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Built in 1973, this 4,930 square-foot residence in Phoenix, Arizona, was dark, outdated, and missing a connection to its incredible backdrop of Camelback Mountain. This 180 Degrees Design + Build renovation focused on a personal expression of modern, whimsical design and creating an intersection between the home’s structural mass and its surroundin...
Project name
Brandaw at Echo Canyon
Architecture firm
180 Degrees Design + Build
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Photography
An Pham Photography
Walls and fences are typically used to keep people and areas separate, but at the Desert Botanical Garden an unusual series of structures actually brought people together. We combined wood, concrete, steel, stone and block to create a variety of richly textured and highly functional separators that both physically divided and visually connected ope...
Project name
Hazel Hare Center for Plant Science
Architecture firm
180 Degrees Design + Build & coLAB studio, LLC
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Photography
Bill Timmerman
DAAA Haus: Villa P - Dark colours were used to give a moody cosy interior. The raw metal finish staircase and the ebony wood storage system are an architectural statement piece in the house.
Project name
Villa P
Architecture firm
DAAA Haus
Location
Ragusa, Sicily, Italy
Photography
Diana Iskander at Omwliving (www.omwliving.com)
Desert Villa designed & visualized by architect Daniel Morales from MORE + ARCHITECTURE studio. This was a commissioned project developed for a Colombian family located in Tatacoa, Colombia. 
Project name
Desert Villa
Architecture firm
MORE + ARCHITECTURE
Location
Tatacoa Desert, Colombia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, V-Ray, Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop
The Mexican architecture firm Red Arquitectos led by Susana Lopez Gonzalez has recently completed Nivana House, a passive solar house in the desert of Baja California Sur, Mexico for a musical director from Hawaii.
Project name
Casa Nivana
Architecture firm
Red Arquitectos
Location
Cerritos, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Photography
Miguel Angel Calanchini