Above Left: Blending Balinese pod-style architecture with our own contemporary design aesthetics and placing it in a desert landscape with towering saguaros and views of Pinnacle Peak was no small challenge. The 3-car garage has a travertine facade that extends into the house and kitchen. Copper details accentuate the roof structure and chimneys.
Above Right: Oak cabinets, a basalt backsplash, and travertine countertops complete the kitchen-dining area. Eight chairs sit around a custom oak and ebony table. Another island extends out into the barbecue area allowing for indoor-outdoor dining.
Right: An open concept great room is accented by a wine display case, copper clad fireplace, and clerestory windows. A vibrant blue diptych painting and a series of prints by Robert Motherwell introduce pops of color into the neutral palette of the space. The black river rock placed on both sides of the windows creates the illusion of uninterrupted space.
Above Left: The blending of Balinese and contemporary styles continue into the master bedroom with special attention focused to the home's surrounding landscape and bringing in natural light. Hidden blackout shades allow for the occupants the choice of enjoying their mountain views or more privacy. A sliding pocket door leads into the master bathroom and master closet areas.
Above Right: A freestanding Victoria + Albert tub looks out on Pinnacle Peak while a Buddha statue and petrified wood end table selected by Ownby Design complete the master bathroom.
Right: The patio area wraps around the negative edge, black water pool and spa. Resting inches above the waters surface is a bronze sculpture titled 'Devorah' by Venice Beach artist, Guy Dill. Motorized sliding glass doors retract allowing for seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living spaces.