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Home Remodeling using FAUX PANELS™

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
Home Remodeling using FAUX PANELS™

FAUX PANELS™, is ensuring that consumers can remodel homes even with the bad economy by providing faux panels. These fake stone panels are reasonably priced to offer a home remodel that is economical while still giving a realistic stone finish to the .... 

Modern Architecture Commercial Office

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Modern Architecture Commercial Office

Pristine Commercial office by award winning architect Richard Doria. Beautiful build-out into two finished suites plus a third bonus space partially finished and easily converted. Roll-up door for rear access, beautiful desert landscape and DG drive. .... 

Modern Phoenix Hillside House

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Modern Phoenix Hillside House

The Architects own home: Crisp lines and strong geometry define this beautiful modernist view home in north central Phoenix. Two bedrooms plus den/family room, 2.5 baths, large open kitchen, built in desk niche, living/dining combination, all open to .... 

Arcadia Ranch in Old Town Scottsdale

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Arcadia Ranch in Old Town Scottsdale

idden quietly within the East Arcadia district, this little gem is a superb affordable turn key residence. Almost everything is new! This home boasts new landscape, 2 car garage, concrete floors, new pool, new bath rooms, and is move in ready. Enjoy the .... 

Contemporary House in Arcadia by Peter Lendrum

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Contemporary House in Arcadia by Peter Lendrum

Originally designed by Peter Lendrum in 1969, this custom contemporary still stands out in Arcadia, boasting true modern style and timeless design. Situated on a 17,000 SF lot filled with citrus trees & other lush landscaping, this home features .... 

1940 Historic Modern Home

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
1940 Historic Modern Home

Church of the Reformed Modernist? For those who worship design and architecture, could there be anything better than this historic church renovation? Cathedral-like ceilings (really!) 3 bedrooms plus den, and loft, palatial living-room and dining area, .... 

Goodhouse by CircleWest Architects

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Goodhouse by CircleWest Architects

A conceptual in-fill residential home based on a module that would fit easily on most urban lots as typical for our area. SIPS panels allow for easy assembly and modification/expansion. Conceived as an obtainable solution for Modern housing in most any .... 

Paradise Gardens by Alfred Newman Beadle

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Paradise Gardens by Alfred Newman Beadle

Al Beadle is best known as one of the Case Study architects, and then regionally for his strong influence on desert modernism. Beadle graced the Phoenix Mountain Preserve with his only single family home project, the Paradise Gardens Subdivision. Avant .... 

Homestead Tract 1930s Adobe Homes

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Homestead Tract 1930s Adobe Homes

Unique Hand-built 19370’s Adobe homes can be found in the in Phoenix Homestead Historic District. Phoenix Homestead has significant historical merit that speaks of a time when hand built homes and communal gardens made owning your own home a reality. .... 

Charming Coronado Historic District Area

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Charming Coronado Historic District Area

This remodeled 1930’s red brick bungalow in Historic Coronado area is a nice example of the diverse historic homes found within this location. Hardwood floors throughout the living room, bathroom finished with travertine stone, many original architectural ....