This Phoenix, Arizona home is located on the side of the Camelback Mountain and was recently transformed into a modern and stunning mountain house by an outdated Spanish colonial renaissance style. The home now works with an irregular landscape that includes an indoor/outdoor lifestyle with a focus on uninterrupted landscapes.
The part of the plan is to remove all the extra elements and start with a two-layer box. The interior is changed and the open living space will lead to the deck, hot tub, pool and valley views.
Limestone covers most of the exterior, not the typical red sedimentary sandstone.
With over refurbishment, over 2,000 square feet of covered courtyards have been created, increasing the available living space and helping to block indoor spaces in the hot desert sun.
A new master bedroom has been added upstairs.
The second layer covers the deck, and the double-folded stencil blocks some sunlight, but allows the breeze to filter in.
Exposed concrete covers the floor to help keep maintenance to a limit. Walnut wood and white are the tune of choice because it does not go beyond the red rocks outside.
Window and double folding glass doors provide a rocky view.
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