Farm mine together Identity creation He is responsible for this newly built modern courtyard house on a large estate in Phoenix, Arizona. The design of this house is inspired by ancient ceramic art – one of the homeowners is a ceramic artist.
This residence spans 6,500 square feet and has been designed to be shaped in use, but with a difficult structure, flawed texture, and changing volume while being limited in delicate shape and form Material. The house is schematically divided into its functional elements, a living room, a sleeping volume and a usable volume.
On the site, it was agreed to create a large courtyard with buildings that propose privacy and protection from the desert sun. Outdoor spaces are designed for both entertainment and production.
Our beloved ones: This modern courtyard home has great design elements both inside and out. The layout of this residence was designed around a large courtyard, offering this family shelter from the hot desert sun to enjoy outdoor activities. We love that this house offers lovely scenery that inspires work from home, especially for an artist!
Tell us: What details do you find most attractive in the design of this Arizona home? Let us cognize what you think in the comments, we look forward to your feedback!
Note: Check out another astonishing home tour that we propose here at One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this home: The house on the mountain is receiving a spectacular modern remodel in the Arizona desert.
When you abandon the house, you will be greeted on a covered terrace with a sunken fireplace, olive grove and integrated Baja shelf, as well as a dining and barbecue area, which is only a few steps away from the pool with jacuzzi.
In terms of production, the property includes a chicken coop, citrus garden, seed garden and plantings for vegetables and herbs.
Behind the corten steel cladding there is a space in the wall cavity and continuous rigid insulation as well as R-20. Like all materials, steel absorbs solar radiation, transmits it and reflects it to varying degrees. Steel has a very high emissivity and is well suited to radiating heat back into the atmosphere, which is beneficial in the hot and sunny Arizona climate with large temperature fluctuations.
Photos: Roehner + Ryan