Collector's Paradise | Estancia - Dining

Designed to embrace an extensive and unique art collection including sculpture, paintings, tapestry, and cultural antiquities, this modernist home located in north Scottsdale’s Estancia is the quintessential gallery home for the spectacular collection within. The primary roof form, “the wing” as the owner enjoys referring to it, opens the home vertically to a view of adjacent Pinnacle peak and changes the aperture to horizontal for the opposing view to the golf course. Deep overhangs and fenestration recesses give the home protection from the elements and provide supporting shade and shadow for what proves to be a desert sculpture. The restrained palette allows the architecture to express itself while permitting each object in the home to make its own place. The home, while certainly modern, expresses both elegance and warmth in its material selections including canterra stone, chopped sandstone, copper, and stucco.

Project Details | Lot 245 Estancia, Scottsdale AZ
Architect: C.P. Drewett, Drewett Works, Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Luis Ortega, Luis Ortega Interiors, Hollywood, CA
Publications: luxe. interiors + design. November 2011.
Featured on the world wide web: luxe.daily
Photos by Grey Crawford

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braxtenbarkley added this to Interior Architectural Features16 May 2019

I like the brick surrounding the entrance

Shaun Nelson added this to Lobby26 April 2019

Brickwork. Mixed with plain wall. Windows/ natural light.

Maria added this to Salón6 December 2018

Lámpara grande para mesa cristal

Aline Lindemann added this to Carefree Kitchen20 April 2018

huge dome -- very cool, but this metal finish wouldn't work

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