Transitional Santa Barbara
This Transitional design features it’s elegance throughout, while maintaining a high level of comfort and function. Lending to this design is it’s large Paradise Valley lot, and mature lush landscapes found in the area. With over 7000 sq. ft. livable this home will certainly feel spacious throughout, yet maintain proper volume to make each living environment extremely inviting.
With over 6800 sq. ft. of energy efficient conditioned space in this Paradise Valley Classic Contemporary home is just the start. Having ultra clean lines throughout, along with it’s spacious floor plan will lend to it’s inviting amenities. This popular style of home is aesthetically pleasing while optimizing building cost.
Santa Barbara Scottsdale
A classic Santa Barbara design settling in the heart of a Scottsdale neighborhood, while featuring its lush mature vegetation found in the area. With 5562 sq. ft. of very functional livable space, this spec will certainly not last long in today’s sales market. Value engineering was incorporated throughout, as this optimization process frees up monies that were applied towards the higher end finishes. The spacious floor plan showcases it’s function, while aesthetically pleasing throughout.
North Scottsdale Ranch
This simplistic Ranch style home nestled in North Scottsdale is ideal for the location. The energy efficient design has a little over 5000 sq. ft. livable, while value engineering all aspects for an optimized budget. Special consideration towards all materials used to increased longevity, and decrease maintenance throughout have been applied. The architectural design and materials used melds perfectly with all the neighboring horse properties, and the lush desert vegetation found in this area.
Paradise Valley Elegance
Having 10,600 sq. ft. under roof, and over 7000 sq. ft. livable this luxury home certainly has the room to entertain. With four en-suite beds, gorgeous master suite, covered viewing deck with fireplace, and pool cabana, are just some of the features this design has to offer. The energy efficient design strategically uses the roof system to capitalize on the use of solar. This classic Paradise Valley designed home solidifies function, while maintaining its elegance throughout.
With over 1200 sq. ft. of livable space, this single bed luxury guest house will leave your guests thinking that they have arrived at a destination resort. Capitalizing on the absolutely stunning views of the McDowell Mountains and valley below, this architectural design takes full advantage of all the beauty nature has provided. From its custom imported hand carved Cantera accents, to having direct access to the untouched mountain preserve only enhances its absolute beauty.
Settling in at the base of Mummy Mountain this Contemporary home in Paradise Valley embraces everything the client had envisioned. Strategic placement along with an optimized floor plan enabled us to capitalize on all the available views, while removing all the unfavorable ones. The large three car garage with its vehicle lift system allows storage of 3 more collectibles. The inviting open floor plan with full function butler’s pantry is perfect for entertaining.
Pima Acres Scottsdale
This contemporary home design nestled in the heart of Pima Acres absolutely solidifies the intended vision. With its optimized 5400 sq ft floor plan we were able to maximize every inch of usable space, while maintaining the luxury feel. The energy efficient design uses building orientation, as well as passive design qualities to reduce energy consumption. This gorgeous home takes full advantage of the beautiful terrain, while capturing the incredible views.
Paradise Valley Contemporary
Taking full advantage of the gorgeous views of Camelback mountain this luxury contemporary design is exactly what the client envisioned. The spacious 6900 sq. ft. livable floor plan commands form and function, with absolutely no compromise to its elegance. Clean crisp lines are maintained throughout, and enhanced with its unique finishes. From its pass-thru garage, to its multi-functional entertainment room with full theater, this design has all the detailed amenities one could ask for.
Formal Italian Estate
The transformation started with a 1978 Southwestern home, and finished with 26,000 sq. ft. livable. This exquisite Italian Villa has 9 bedroom suites all with private patios/balconies, 17 baths, 4 indoor kitchens, 3 outdoor kitchens, and much more. 11 fireplaces, 8 fountains, and a multitude of stone finishes throughout. All pieces were hand carved and imported, specifically designed for the client. With its spectacular views and luxurious amenities, this certainly is a home to admire.
With its lush, mature landscape, and its large parcels found in Arcadia this Ranch Style home fits in perfectly. The proposed 3400 sq. ft. home has all the amenities the client requested, and stylistically exactly what was envisioned. Every bit of available lot coverage was used in the design, keeping only the existing pool on this site. Staying with the Arcadia theme certainly makes this custom home design a winner in today’s market!
Modern Industrial Design
Ideally located on Phoenix Mountain Preserve, this design takes full advantage of the surrounding views. Designed for the mountain bike enthusiast with 1500 sq. ft. of garage, and 1000 sq. ft. of condition man cave, all in the lower level with direct access to the trails. Upper level uses 2133 sq. ft. for one en suite bed, huge bed/office, full master suite, and open floor plan. View decks are strategically placed to capture every bit of ambiance, from gorgeous sunsets to the city lights at night.
East Gold Dust
Designing this Ranch Style home we started by using only the existing concrete slab, finding this was our most cost effective approach due to the clients wants and needs. By doing this it’s considered a new 2013 home, thus considerably increasing resale value. Adding just over 2000 sq. ft. livable gave us plenty of room to work with. With it’s spacious rooms and open floor plan, this home has everything the client envisioned. Photos by John Anthony Photography © 2014
This charming 1637 sq. ft. livable remodel was created using the existing block walls and slab. Essentially maintaining the original 966 sq. ft. livable foot print. Second floor is purely generated using only the roof system, which is highly economical. We were able to add 671 sq. ft. livable attic space to this 1956 home. Photos by John Anthony Photography © 2013