scorecardThis $10 million 'Star Trek' themed Silicon Valley home looks like a spaceship and has a two-story airplane hangar door
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This $10 million 'Star Trek' themed Silicon Valley home looks like a spaceship and has a two-story airplane hangar door

Mary Meisenzahl   

This $10 million 'Star Trek' themed Silicon Valley home looks like a spaceship and has a two-story airplane hangar door
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Junaid Qurashi

The Los Altos Hills, California home has references to Star Trek, Star Wars, and other famous sci-fi movies.

This Silicon Valley home feels like a step into the future with designs inspired by "Star Trek," and smart devices controlling nearly every aspect of life.

The $10 million, six-bedroom home is filled with innovations that feel straight out of a sci-fi film. Owners Junaid Quraishi and Malika Junaid told The Wall Street Journal of some of the many high-tech tools they've installed.

Lights, sound, and climate can all be controlled from their phones or smartwatches, and they can also adjust pool and shower temperatures the same way.

The kitchen has hidden features, too. For example, one button releases a hidden spice rack from the island, while another exposes a second, smaller kitchen used for parties.

The highlight of the home, though, is the two-story glass airplane hangar door, which can be raised to open up the house to the outdoors, giving Quraishi and Junaid stunning views from their elevated dining room.




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