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Located in the Uptown area of Phoenix, the residence is designed as a modern interpretation of 2 classic barn-like forms connected by a glass walkway. Each gable end of the home is clad in a three-dimensional panel system. The project is a high-performance home and is rated as a net-zero residence, creating more energy than it uses.
Project name
2 Barns
Architecture firm
Koss design+build
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Photography
Roehner + Ryan
The Xeros Residence is located in a late 1950’s era neighborhood on a narrow double lot facing the mountain preserve to the north and the city center to the south. The design includes a two-story lower level design studio that descends down into the earth with a single story residence that exists above the studio that is accessed solely by an exter...
Project name
Xeros
Architecture firm
Blank Studio
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Photography
Bill Timmerman
James Trahan AIA’s Slope House located in Sunnyslope, Arizona started out as an unassuming 1964 cinder block ranch perched on a hillside at the top of Central Avenue in Phoenix, Arizona. The home was marketed for its “gazillion dollar views” when it caught James’ attention in 2002; this proved to be true each day at dawn.
Project name
Slope House
Architecture firm
180 Degrees Design + Build
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Photography
Matt Winquist
Built in 1973, this 4,930 square-foot residence in Phoenix, Arizona, was dark, outdated, and missing a connection to its incredible backdrop of Camelback Mountain.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
This residence rests on a spectacular lot at the base of the iconic Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona, offering our firm a wide range of design latitude. This part of the Southwest offers residents a ‘resort’ climate for much of the year and our clients wanted the property to fully embody al fresco living.
Project name
Rockridge
Architecture firm
180 Degrees Design + Build in collaboration with Studio B
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