Previously a printing house, the two-story building was transformed by PHX Architecture for the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS® by reorienting the entrance and creating a stunning glass-enclosed atrium.
This beautiful two-story home is a study in striking contrasts. Its black roof and shutters are a crisp counterpart to the white siding and porch railing. A wooden porch and deck are welcome outdoor retreats.
A circular driveway with detailed landscaping leads to this two-story lakefront home with a white brick exterior. Light gray shutters on the windows, rocking chairs on the porch, and a large wooden glass panel front door give this home a traditional feeling.
On the former site of the ranch house (now demolished) construction begins on the two-story pavilion. The lower level opens to the outdoor room and includes a half bath and a greenhouse. What you see here is the upper pavilion which includes a slate roof, copper gutters, rain chains and a limestone floor.
The scroll design of the console table is echoed in the chandelier, keeping traditional elements alive throughout this transitional living room. The combination of traditional, transitional and contemporary design elements allows the homeowners a variety of options to add pieces in the future.
Long lines define this neutral contemporary living room, ranging from the low sofa to the bookcases to the in-wall fireplace. A gallery wall featuring black-framed artwork adds interest, as does the sculptural light fixture hanging above the sitting area.
This home has all the classic architectural elements of a prairie-style home. long flat roofs with big eaves, rows of windows and horizontal lines. Developed in the Midwest by architectural trailblazer Frank Lloyd Wright, the prairie style was built based on the idea that a home should serve all practical needs without being overly embellished or showy. It was influenced by the Arts and Crafts Movement and features many of the same concepts such as built-in furniture, simple materials and open floor plans.