PALM DESERT – The word “elegant” does not normally leap to mind when describing carports.

The steel structures, increasingly used to install solar panels in large parking lots, tend to be oversized, industrial affairs — the new solar carports at Palm Springs and Cathedral City high schools being a case in point.

But pull into the parking lot at the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation Charitable Center in Palm Desert, and you may experience an sudden shift in carport consciousness. Installed earlier this year, the brick red and black structures are unobtrusively designed with clean lines and a low profile that leaves the surrounding mountain vistas untouched.



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