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Link Architecture, PC
5 Reviews
Amazing transformation
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The floor tile is travertine, purchased from Arizona Tile.
The wall stone is split face travertine and it was supplied by Worldwide Stone in Scottsdale, Arizona.
It is honed travertine from Arizona Tile.
“entrada” — MaryJo Diaz
Design Directives, LLC
3 Reviews
Desert Contemporary residence
Ideabooks5,381
Questions8
The stone on the floor is vein cut travertine from Cactus tile and stone in Phoenix Arizona. The stone on the wall is Sedona Brown veneer stone from Anasazi Stone in Scottsdale, AZ
- all the glass items (window, mirror, sink and vanity countertop) were custom made by artists. The backlit mirror was made by a very talented Arizona artist who passed away about 18 months ago.
Awesome. Reminds me of the Arizona dessert.
“mirror” — sunshyne2u
William Kleinschmidt, Architect
2 Reviews
Burkholder Residence, Sedona, Arizona
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I honestly don't know exactly what color is used. It is probably close to Pewter 3016L on the Parex USA Color Collection chart, see: http://www.elrey.com/parexusa-color-collection.shtml Hope this helps! Bill Kleinschmidt 505.761.0000 wkarch@comcast.net www.wk-architect.com
Burkholder Residence, Sedona, Arizona
“Modern EE” — dsams9986
DrewettWorks
11 Reviews
Collector's Paradise | Estancia
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Designed to embrace an extensive and unique art collection including sculpture, paintings, tapestry, and cultural antiquities, this modernist home located in north Scottsdale’s Estancia is the quintessential gallery home for the spectacular collection within. The primary roof form, “the wing” as the
“Backyard” — cyn1633
Candlelight Homes
11 Reviews
Modified Telluride by Candlelight Homes
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Questions23
Also different finishes on the stools at Home Decorators Collections and much lower prices!
Hi! The tiles are 3"x6" White Subway Tiles from Arizona Tile. We would love to get a review from you here on Houzz
This is a white subway tile from Arizona Tile. We love the sophisticated look the bright white brings!
These look similar but are not an exact patch for our Fresnel Collection, the P5197 and P5188 come available in Brushed Nickel or Oil Rubbed Bronze finishes as well as two 6", one 12" and two 15" stems and 5 links of 9-gauge
“RH Harmon Pendants” — bllangford
Interiors by Cary Vogel
3 Reviews
Chef's Kitchen
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Hello...The granite is called "Desert Amarillo". It was purchased at Arizona Tile Co. Hope this helps...
Hello...The Oceanside Tile is "VINTAGE TIFFANY MATTE" and the granite is called "DESERT AMARILLO" purchased through Arizona Tile. Hope this helps!....Cheers!
from The GE Monogram Collection
“Love Backsplash” — ronniedoo63
Spry Architecture
11 Reviews
Black House (Steinman Renovation)
Ideabooks8,112
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Sanders, the fireplace could be wrapped in chicken feathers." ... I'm still laughing about that. Good stuff! For reference on Aspen: Fieldstone Collection: http://nsvi.com/slideshow.iml?Stone=90
walls. This architect tore down four walls to create this open dining-living space. it makes the house feel twice as big.Photos: See more of this Arizona ranch house
“Floors” — rachelnlove
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Logan Residence
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Jones Studio inc. The Logan Residence is first a private museum, and second a personal winter residence. Their art is one of the top contemporary collections in the world, and the goal was to make the architecture an equally significant addition. After several studies, it was mutually decided the program
cause the copper to degrade. Care was taken during construction to have a barrier between the metals to minimize this action. This home is also in Arizona where there is less concern about moisture bridging the barrier. For more information about copper and Galvanic Action, I suggest; http://www.copper
“Don't like the big panels or the shiny look. But for the tower center tower section of our addition” — timw48
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