Camelback Mountain Contemporary | Front Entry Courtyard
This “Arizona Inspired” home draws on some of the couples’ favorite desert inspirations. The architecture honors the Wrightian design of The Arizona Biltmore, the courtyard raised planter beds feature labeled specimen cactus in the style of the Desert Botanical Gardens, and the expansive backyard offers a resort-style pool and cabana with plenty of entertainment space. Additional focal areas of landscape design include an outdoor living room in the front courtyard with custom steel fire trough, a shallow negative-edge fountain, and a rare “nurse tree” that was salvaged from a nearby site, sits in the corner of the courtyard – a unique conversation starter. The wash that runs on either side of the museum-glass hallway is filled with aloes, agaves and cactus. On the far end of the lot, a fire pit surrounded by desert planting offers stunning views both day and night of the Praying Monk rock formation on Camelback Mountain.
Landscape Architect: Greey|Pickett
Architect: Higgins Architects
Builder: GM Hunt Builders
Landscape Contractor: Benhart Landscaping
Interior Designer: Kitchell Brusnighan Interior Design
Photography: Ian Denker
Lo que dicen los usuarios:
architecture honors the Wrightian Arizona Biltmore with courtyard’s raised planter beds, specimen cactus / front courtyard with steel fire trough, shallow negative-edge fountain. The wash that runs on either side of the museum-glass hallway is filled with aloes, agaves and cactus.