Our client initially asked us to assist with selecting materials and designing a guest bath for their new Tucson home. Our scope of work progressively expanded into interior architecture and detailing, including the kitchen, baths, fireplaces, stair, custom millwork, doors, guardrails, and lighting for the residence – essentially everything except the furniture. The home is loosely defined by a series of thick, parallel walls supporting planar roof elements floating above the desert floor. Our approach was to not only reinforce the general intentions of the architecture but to more clearly articulate its meaning. We began by adopting a limited palette of desert neutrals, providing continuity to the uniquely differentiated spaces. Much of the detailing shares a common vocabulary, while numerous objects (such as the elements of the master bath – each operating on their own terms) coalesce comfortably in the rich compositional language.
Photo Credit: William Lesch
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We want to put sochi doors in kitchen instead of cabinest. Where can we find rthem? »
what would something like this cost for just two units. - I am looking how to store my husbands collection of comic books in his office. His own lil space. but would like maybe just drawers with nice hanging stuff comics are on boards and bagged. Any ideas would help. I see you are in cindy we live in Carmel and sub. of Indianapolis! »
Rails used for these shelves - Do we know what type of rails are used for these shelves and what are the weight restrictions. Would like to do something like this, but not sure if the rails I am looking for are available from the hardware store or if it something I would have to special order. »
6. Phoenix home's hidden media storage. A DVD collection as impressive as this needs to be organized with care, but it's not always ideal to keep it on display. These doors pull out for storage with easy access.