The original ceiling, comprised of exposed wood deck and beams, was revealed after being concealed by a flat ceiling for many years. The beams and decking were bead blasted and refinished (the original finish being damaged by multiple layers of paint); the intact ceiling of another nearby Evans' home was used to confirm the stain color and technique.
Architect: Gene Kniaz, Spiral Architects
General Contractor: Linthicum Custom Builders
Photo: Maureen Ryan Photography
Boho Southwestern is this space. Vintage rugs with jute and natural woods. Plants help make this interior feel the natural elements from outdoors. フェニックスの小さいサンタフェスタイルのおしゃれなLDK (ミュージックルーム、白い壁、濃色無垢フローリング、暖炉なし、テレビなし、茶色い床) の写真
Located near the base of Scottsdale landmark Pinnacle Peak, the Desert Prairie is surrounded by distant peaks as well as boulder conservation easements. This 30,710 square foot site was unique in terrain and shape and was in close proximity to adjacent properties. These unique challenges initiated a truly unique piece of architecture.
Planning of this residence was very complex as it weaved among the boulders. The owners were agnostic regarding style, yet wanted a warm palate with clean lines. The arrival point of the design journey was a desert interpretation of a prairie-styled home. The materials meet the surrounding desert with great harmony. Copper, undulating limestone, and Madre Perla quartzite all blend into a low-slung and highly protected home.
Located in Estancia Golf Club, the 5,325 square foot (conditioned) residence has been featured in Luxe Interiors + Design’s September/October 2018 issue. Additionally, the home has received numerous design awards.
Desert Prairie // Project Details
Architecture: Drewett Works
Builder: Argue Custom Homes
Interior Design: Lindsey Schultz Design
Interior Furnishings: Ownby Design
Landscape Architect: Greey|Pickett
Photography: Werner Segarra