This home, part of a residential compound built in the 1930’s, is intended to blend essential characteristics of Sonoran and Andalusian architecture with the stylistic expression of traditional eclecticism. The stylistic sensibility of this project is intended to reference Western living in the early 20th century, while blending with it furniture styles from other eras and regions. The simple material palette, together with spartan furnishings, communicates a restful and simple interiors treatment.
George Christiansen, FAIA
Stonecreek Building Company