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green shoots. We’re kicking off this spring in pursuit of optimism, creativity and new inspirations. Fortunately, we’ve come across much of it this year, starting in January at Maison & Objet in Paris, where green hues seemed to dominate furniture and accessories, and continuing with an upbeat mood at design markets in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. The evening before I wrote this letter, we hosted dinner with a group of designer friends at San Francisco’s stylish Twenty Five Lusk. During dessert, Ted Boerner posed a thought-provoking question: “Do you know your life’s purpose?” Consider that for a moment while I share my response: “I’m not exactly sure and don’t mind being ambiguous about it.” Perhaps that’s because I consider uncertainty and curiosity to be welcome mats at the door of creativity and reinvention, an environment where ideas take shape and green shoots sprout up. All of us here, however, are quite assured when it comes to our passion for this magazine, and to serving our readers and the design community. Let me share an exciting project that will be in full bloom this November⎯ Maison de Luxe, our first national designer show house at Historic Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills, taking place in partnership with the City of Beverly Hills and the Friends of Greystone. We are delighted to have 25 of the nation’s top interior designers reimagine this exceptional estate. It is also our privilege to have Holly Hunt serve as honorary chair. Stay tuned…
IN BLOOM With Barry Dixon, Randall Whitehead and Susan Inglis at our panel for Design San Francisco; with Roger Thomas and Donghia President Crans Baldwin at Rubelli; with Nobilis President USA Jannice Reynolds at Maison & Objet.
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PRESCOT T PRESCOTT FINE ART & WINE FESTIVAL Located in Prescott’s historic courthouse plaza, this juried festival features fine artists and craftsmen from around the country. A wine garden and winemaker dinners make for a festive weekend event. Through May 8. prescottartfestivals.com
MANY MEXICOS : VISTAS DE L A FRONTERA Displaying objects illustrating 3,000 years of Mexican history, this exhibit at Arizona State Museum includes such highlights as a Maya ritual corn vessel, Santa Anna’s sword and Maximilian’s ring. Through November 30, 2012. statemuseum.arizona.edu
NEW ORLEANS AIA 2011 NATIONAL CONVEN TION AND DESIGN EXPOSITION Join fellow design professionals in New Orleans for workshops, presentations and networking events at this year’s convention, themed Regional Design Revolution: Ecology Matters. Through May 14. convention.aia.org
PHOENIX AVANT- GARDEN : SAUCY LITTLE NUMBER Fashion, art, cuisine and music come together for a summer evening at Desert Botanical Garden. The event will include local vendors, a swing performance and a live band. dbg.org
NEW YORK SURTEX Artists, designers, licensees and buyers fill the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center as talents from around the world share a diverse and original selection of art and design. Through May 17. surtex.com
INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPO RARY FURNITURE FAIR For four days, the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center transforms into a showcase of contemporary design with more than 500 exhibitors displaying furniture, lighting, flooring, wallcoverings and accessories. Through May 17. icff.com
ARTWERKS LATERAL 58 – ART & SOUL This festive monthly event in historic downtown Glendale features performing artists, live music and local painters and sculptors. artwerkslateral58.com
LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL Discover the latest in lighting design, technology and products, and take advantage of educational opportunities during this show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Through May 19. lightfair.com
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MANY MEXICOS PHOTO: ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM. ARTWERKS PHOTO: JASON NYE. PRESCOTT FINE ART PHOTO: FILMER KEWANYAMA. AIA PHOTO: RICHARD NOWITZ. AVANT-GARDEN PHOTO: ADAM RODRIGUEZ. ICFF PHOTO: JOEL ESCALONA. SURTEX PHOTO: LINDA WOOD. LIGHTFAIR PHOTO: BARRY ENTNER SCULPTURE.
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NEOCON The Merchandise Mart hosts this exhibition of contract furnishings where guests can enjoy components such as the Lighting Pavilion, Fine Design and Buildex Chicago. Through June 15. neocon.com
PULSE This three-day event offers inspiring new products presented by hand-selected exhibitors in the categories of home, gift, fashion, bath and body, and launchpad. Through June 7. pulse-london.com
SWITZERL AND ART 42 BASEL This world-renowned show features modern masters as well as emerging stars as they exhibit their best works for art enthusiasts in the halls of Messe Basel. Through June 19. artbasel.com
WILDFLOWERS & WINE Visit The Arboretum at Flagstaff for an evening of wine tastings set up throughout the space, as well as live entertainment. thearb.org
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OLYMPIA INTERNATIONAL FINE ART & ANTIQUES FAIR Olympia’s Grand Hall welcomes visitors from around the world as prestigious British and international galleries offer a vast selection of antiques, including Chinese ceramics, 20th-century design classics and old master paintings. Through June 19. lifaf.com
TUCSON ARIZONA BIENNIAL ’11 This juried exhibit at the Tucson Museum of Art will present the work of Arizona artists in a variety of media, showcasing their strengths and trends in 21st-century art. Through October 2. tucsonmuseumofart.org
TUCSON ARIZONA HISTORIC PRESERVATION CONFERENCE Join the Arizona Preservation Foundation, the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, the Arizona Department of Commerce and the City of Tucson at this annual conference, titled Valuing Historic Perspectives. Through June 24. azpreservation.com
SCOT TSDALE ARCHITECTURE + ART: LEAD PENCIL STUDIO Second in the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s series Architecture + Art, this exhibit will feature a new installation by Seattle architects Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, whose work explores volume, time and memory in architectural spaces. Through November 1. smoca.org
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AUSTRALIA FURNITEX 2011 Meet Australia’s furnishing industry leaders as they share the latest products, colors and trends. Highlights include the Australian New Product Parade, Hotel + Hospitality Furnishings and Decoration + Design. Through July 24. furnitex.com.au
PHOENIX MEXICAN MODERNISM FROM THE ANDRÉS BLAISTEN COLLECTION Focused on seven themes, this exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum showcases the work of Mexico’s most influential modern artists working between 1910 and 1950. Through September 25. phxart.org
SCOT TSDALE SUMMER SPECTACULAR ARTWALK With thousands of artists represented, this evening event—hosted by the Scottsdale Gallery Association and the City of Scottsdale—offers artist receptions and demonstrations as well as live music. scottsdalegalleries.com
EDWARDS EDWARDS FINE ART & SCULPTURE FESTIVAL Juried fine artists will exhibit their latest work at this event held at the Inn at Riverwalk. The festival will showcase a large array of media, including charcoals, mixed media, bronze, copper and clay. Through July 10. thunderbirdartists.com
ATL ANTA THE ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AREA RUG MARKET Browse through this large collection of area rugs, including the newest lines and designs from some of the industry’s most respected manufacturers. Through July 17. americasmart.com
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PRESCOTT INDIAN ART MARKET This event, held on the grounds of the Sharlot Hall Museum, features both traditional and contemporary Native American art, including jewelry, ceramics and hand-woven baskets. Artist demonstrations of weaving and pottery round out the event. Through July 10. sharlot.org
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NEW YORK HOME TEXTILES SOURCING EXPO Focused on fabrics and finished soft goods, this show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center offers a comprehensive sourcing venue for new fabrics and products for the entire home. Through July 21. htfse.com
NEW YORK ANTIQUE JEWELRY & WATCH SHOW Dealers in antique and estate jewelry and watches feature unique and historic pieces at this intimate event taking place at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Through July 25. nyantiquejewelry.com
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DESIGN Just months after the one-year anniversary of his death, the fashion world—and, indeed, the world at large—is still reeling from the sudden loss of designer Alexander McQueen. His penchant for complex storytelling and over-the-top presentations challenged fashion conventions, and his absence reverberates strongly in the industry today. This spring, The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art will honor his legacy as artist and auteur in Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty. On view from May 4 through July 31, the 100-piece retrospective will explore the Briton’s body of work, ranging from his 1992 postgraduate collection to his final posthumous runway show in 2010. Themed galleries such as “The Savage Mind” and “Romantic Gothic” will take viewers deeper into the mind of this dark genius. metmuseum.org; 212.535.7710
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SHOWROOM BRAND - NEW BRADLEY Atlanta design darling Michelle Bradley is branching out—and up— to the Windy City, recently opening the second independent Bradley Hughes showroom. Housed at the Merchandise Mart’s Design Center, the 3,000-square-foot venue comprises the brand’s signature artisanal furnishings (such as the Bianca table, left) featuring intriguing textural finishes like reclaimed wood, antiqued mirror and concrete. Further offerings include custom-printed textiles, an expanded collection of fabrics and a selection of fine art by both established and emerging artists. bradley-hughes.com; 312.624.9997
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PRODUCT IN PIECES We’ve long been fans of the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail that go into the mosaics by Sicis the Art Mosaic Factory. Now, the Italian brand has teamed up with fashion icon Christian Lacroix for a line of home furnishings. The designer (who partnered with Sicis independently of his own company) drew inspiration from his hometown of Arles, France, known as a treasure trove of Roman tiles and antiques, while focusing on maintaining clean lines and comfort. The result is a decidedly Old-World-New-World hybrid; look for it this June. sicis.com
DESIGN The allure of Miami Beach remains strong for international hotel brands, as yet another luxury project just opened on famed Collins Avenue: Dream South Beach. Vikram Chatwal Hotels, owners of upscale properties crisscrossing the globe, scooped up two Art Deco icons, the Tudor Hotel and the Palmer House, and merged them into a Moroccanmeets-1970s fantasyland. Designer Michael Czysz of Architropolis, a Portland firm known for its work with W Hotels, created a sexy, serene ambience with a cool color palette, mood lighting and sleek custom furniture. Highlights include the Chopra Center & Spa, the rooftop pool/lounge space Groovedeck and The Tudor restaurant by chefrestaurateur Geoffrey Zakarian. dreamsouthbeach.com; 888.376.7623
ART MIX MASTER Reconsider your concept of color: That’s both the request and goal of Carlos Cruz-Diez. This FrancoVenezuelan artist views color not as a static property but as an active process of the eye, and his exploration of color has been the driving force of his five-decade career. The first large-scale retrospective of his work, Carlos Cruz-Diez: Color in Space and Time, will be on view at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston through July 4. The show’s 150 works span from the 1940s to present day and include a dizzying array of media, from paintings (such as Chromatic induction 53, right), silk-screen prints and videos to room-size environments, architectural models and even a recreation of the artist’s studio. Elements of engineering, color theory, kinetics and craft all play a role in his interactive art, which often involves impressive production as well. mfah.org; 713.639.7300
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BOOK BON VOYAGE If you just can’t squeeze in a jaunt to France this summer, reading Kathryn Ireland’s new book might be the next best thing. In Summers in France (Gibbs Smith, $35), readers tag along as the Santa Monica-based designer and her family enjoy a visit to their home in the French countryside. First, Ireland sets the scene, evoking the quaint charm of the medieval town of Montauban via snapshots, sketches and journaling. Then, the consummate hostess takes you inside their renovated farmhouse and her signature bohemian-chic style, sharing before-and-after photographs, guest room must-haves, marketplace shopping lists and recipes—overall, a formula for effortless entertaining that you can apply right at home. kathrynireland.com
MATERIAL ALL THE TRIMMINGS From season to season, Perennials Fabrics withstand whatever Mother Nature brings, and that makes the brand a perennial favorite for outdoor textiles in our book. Now, thanks to its latest trimmings line, you can add flair to previously lackluster pillows, sofas and chairs without worrying if the look will last. The four new trim styles, Fringe Benefit, Borderline, Spiral Cord and Cable Cord, are available in 14 colorways. perennialsfabrics.com; 888.322.4773
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MATERIAL OFF THE WALL Just the name of Studio Hérisson—hérisson means “hedgehog” in French—is a cue to the offbeat sensibility of this new wallpaper company. Laguna Beach partners Ben Rubin and Rowan Entress hope to revolutionize the wallcoverings industry with their custom offerings, which users can order to their specifications online and have at their doors within days. The designs themselves, from a roster of contemporary artists and designers, range from retro-modern riffs to surreal pattern play, like Butterflower (above). studioherisson.com
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Reimagining classic forms in a modern context is the forté of designer Maloos Anvarian, of DWM|Maloos, who credits her mash-up aesthetic to a multicultural childhood, which includes stints in Azerbaijan, Iran and France. Now in San Francisco, she draws from an equally wide range of influences (from John Galliano to Dorothy Draper to Philippe Starck) in creating her past-meets-present furnishings. A case in point: In her Mod-Louis Settee (left), Anvarian takes an antique Louis XVI-style chair and substitutes Plexiglas for the conventional upholstered surfaces. dwm-maloos.com; 415.864.3857
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ART CRAFTING HISTORY American decorative arts and craft traditions—especially those born in wartime—are the inspiration for Allison Smith: Piece Work, on view through May 29 at the MCA Denver. The Oakland-based artist creates works that engage observers in the craft as well as the storytelling that surrounds it, such as her large-scale braided rug, which she started herself and had completed by gallery visitors. Accompanying the exhibition, which comprises sculptures and works on paper (such as Untitled, excerpted left), will be programs that welcome area artists, craftsmen and visitors to create their own works in the museum. mcadenver.org; 303.298.7554
PRODUCT MIRROR IMAGE Create your own distinctive wall collage with these new Stainless Modules by renowned New York designer Clodagh. Part of the Clodagh Signature for APF Munn line, each stainless-steel mirror has its own irregular pyramidal shape, lending the industrial material a surprisingly organic aesthetic. The modules measure 24 inches square and can be combined to create various striking effects. clodagh.com; 212.780.5307
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PRODUCT DIVINE BOVINE Viya Home celebrates the life of Hindu god Lord Krishna with its Pichwai collection, which takes its name from the colorful works of art that adorn traditional temples. Images commonly found in those paintings, such as peacocks, banana trees, lotuses and cows, inform the shapes in this line, available through Odegard. Add a bit of good karma—and good design—to your décor with these cow handles, sand-cast in brass and available in mother-of-pearl, lapis lazuli and malachite (left); ancient pietra dura techniques were used to fill the herringbone-patterned grooves. odegardinc.com; 212.545.0069
MAD FOR MOD Palm Springs recently played host to the sixth annual Modernism Week, honoring the clean lines and whimsical elegance of design, architecture and culture in the 1950s and 1960s. During the 10day event, guests were privy to architectural tours of the area’s mid-century modern sites, as well as films, lectures, an architecture symposium and Mad Men-worthy parties in private homes. The center of all the action was the Riviera Resort & Spa, a historic landmark known for its intriguing wheel-shaped design and celebrity clientele (including Elvis, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin). A recent multimillion-dollar renovation polished up this mod gem while giving it a fresh 21st-century spin. Mark your calendars now for next year’s event, from Feb. 16 to 26. modernismweek.com; psriviera.com
SMITH PHOTO: ALLISON SMITH.
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Mostly everything is made with the same techniques as in the ’40s, which work very well for the amount of products that we produce—about 230,000 a year. That’s our max capacity.
IN THE MID-1940 S , ARTISAN EDITH HEATH FOUNDED HEATH CERAMICS IN SAUSALITO, CALIFORNIA, WITH A DEDICATION TO THE
Craftspeople are the heart of Heath. Most come to us with no experience and grow into artisans here.
CRAFT AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. NOW UNDER THE HELM OF HUSBAND AND WIFE ROBIN PETRAVIC AND CATHERINE BAILEY
STAYS ROOTED IN THE ORIGINAL FACTORY.
We don’t expect every piece to be the same. Hand-glazing gives beautiful variation, and that speaks to the integrity of the product.
We love being the designer and maker. Bringing these two crafts closer together makes the design more interesting.
You shouldn’t have to replace your dinnerware every 10 years. If something is well made and designed, it should last your lifetime.
(CREATIVE DIRECTOR), THOSE PRIORITIES REMAIN PARAMOUNT, AND ITS PRODUCTION
Right: Heath’s latest line, Heath House Numbers, features three-dimensional clay tiles in Neutra and Eames fonts. Made in collaboration with House Industries, the modular pieces blend seamlessly with other Heath tiles. heathceramics.com
THERE’S A PARTY GOING ON IN HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA: 2011 MARKS HICKORY CHAIR’S 100 T H YEAR IN BUSINESS. AND JAY REARDON, PRESIDENT OF THE CUSTOM FURNITURE COMPANY, IS WORKING TO ENSURE THAT THE BRAND’S TRADITION OF CLASSIC STYLE AND ENDURING QUALITY CONTINUES FOR ANOTHER CENTURY, WITH MOST PRODUCTS CRAFTED IN THE HICKORY WORKROOM.
A classically designed product that can be reupholstered or refinished over time adds value for the consumer and is good for the
We have multiple generations of people who have decided that furniture is not just a career but a vocation. In production, you can only take a machine to a certain point, and then you need that eye and finesse that only human sensitivity can provide. The atmosphere in the workroom is collaborative and creative. There’s a sense of art and craftsmanship and family. Despite the economy, we’ve had growth, and I think it’s because people see how our craftspeople want to serve them. We don’t dictate, and we don’t ask customers to compromise.
Left: The Gentry Chair is a prime example of the Hickory Chair method: The style remains timeless—while giving a nod to early 20th-century Danish designs—and it comes with a range of customization options. hickorychair.com
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environment. We build with traditional techniques because they’re time-tested; they’re not going to fall apart over time.
M AR Y N I CHO L S BALDWIN HARDWARE
BALDWIN HARDWARE IS THE AMERICAN DREAM COME TRUE—AT LEAST, IT IS FOR SEVERIN FAYERMAN, A WWII SURVIVOR AND REFUGEE WHO ESTABLISHED THE COMPANY IN 1946. IT HAS SINCE SET THE BAR FOR STYLE, QUALITY AND DURABILITY, WITH SEVERAL OF ITS LINES STILL BEING MADE IN ITS READING, PENNSYLVANIA, FACTORY, WHERE THE PRIDE IN THE AIR IS PALPABLE, SAYS SENIOR PRODUCT MANAGER MARY NICHOLS.
There’s a tremendous amount of pride in the craftsmanship and quality of the product line. You can sense it throughout the entire facility. The average tenure of our labor force in
Reading is probably 30 years, where sons and fathers work side by side. When we are the ones bringing a concept from cradle to grave—in the fact that we have the designers here and the engineers in the factory— it brings the whole story together. It’s important that we control from concept all the way through to when the consumer gets it on their door. The amount of man-hours that go into the Archetypes line, for example, is astronomical as opposed to a fully automated factory. It’s anywhere from 15 to 20 artisans physically working on the product after concept, so every order has 15 to 20 people touching it along the way. Baldwin is an investment. We’re not the cheapest hardware brand, nor will we ever be. We want to make sure that people’s expectations are exceeded when they choose to invest in us.
Left: In Baldwin Hardware’s Reading, Pennsylvania, factory, upward of 20 artisans lay their hands on each product, from hand-polishing to hand-plating, such as in the Couture Collection (shown here). baldwinhardware.com
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HEADQUARTERED IN BAY SHORE, NEW YORK, TEXTILE COMPANY DURALEE HAS GROWN LEAPS AND BOUNDS SINCE ITS START IN 1952, ADDING SEVERAL LINES AND A FURNITURE DIVISION TO ITS OFFERINGS. BUT, ACCORDING TO SENIOR STYLIST LAUREN PELUSIO OF THE DURALEE FABRICS DESIGN STUDIO, SOME THINGS HAVEN’T CHANGED, INCLUDING ITS FAMILYRUN STATUS AND ITS SUPPORT OF U.S. MILLS FOR SELECT COLLECTIONS.
As a hands-on, family-operated business, we can be nimble to trends and change directions as we see fit. We don’t have to answer to a
plan that is developed years ahead and can react when necessary. We buy a lot from domestic mills. We always go to them first. It’s a long-term partnership with the mill, and they can get us products faster than other countries. In our company, you can be a customer with a small problem or a big one, and your issue might wind up on the president’s desk. We are in touch with our consumers at the very highest level. We can make changes at the drop of a dime if we deem them necessary. What most interior designers are interested in are things that they don’t find everywhere else. So that’s the true key to the craftsmanship: where the mills are constantly coming up with new things that we have not seen before.
Right: Duralee’s Wainwright Collection (patterns from its Azalea/Cranberry color book are shown here) is fully made in the United States and partially contains post-consumer and post-industrial recycled content. duralee.com
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MARK GABBERTAS. London based designer of Bloc & Cloud for Gloster.
“Outdoor Lounge as a style of furniture is about providing the same level of comfort and feeling of relaxation as you would expect from your upholstered sofa system indoors. The really clever part is that you can leave our systems outside all year.”
Imagine your current project complimented with the clean lines and effortless indulgence of Bloc or Cloud. Private, residential or commercial entries are accepted.
Submit your garden, roof top or terrace design to be judged by a select panel of industry professionals. Entries must be received no later than June 1, 2011. Designer Mark Gabbertas, Luxe Interiors + Design Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino and a selection of designers chosen by Luxe Interiors + Design will determine the winning entry.
Top & Above. Gloster’s BLOC ‘Outdoor Lounge’ Collection. Gloster’s CLOUD ‘Outdoor Lounge’ Collection. Mark Gabbertas, London.
Gloster Furniture proudly offers you the opportunity to join this trend and win up to $25,000 MSRP of Bloc or Cloud ‘Outdoor Lounge’ furniture to fulfill your design dreams. Whether professional designer or talented home owner, your design could win you the very latest in outdoor style.
Installation of project required between December 2010 & December 2011. Visit www.glosterpro.com for product information, entry details and full official rules.
At the forefront of an exciting new development in outdoor furniture, Gloster has pioneered the ‘Outdoor Lounge’ seating concept. Trend Spotters fresh from the latest U.S. and European design shows will confirm this new and exciting style of upholstered, fully outdoor furniture, further emphasizing the move of the indoors - out. To Enter: Submit an actual project that you are currently designing, featuring either Bloc or Cloud and you could win Gloster’s Bloc or Cloud to complete your design . Visit www.glosterpro.com for additional details. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and DC 18 and over. Void where prohibited. For entry details and full official rules, visit www.glosterpro.com. Competition closes June 1, 2011.
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1 ROPED IN Cast in metal and Lucite in green and blue shades that bring to mind a lush, Caribbean landscape, these leather necklaces look just as chic when worn together as they do apart. Marni Necklaces, from $570; marni.com
SQUEEZED COME OUT OF HIBERNATION AND SHAKE OFF THOSE WINTER BLUES WITH FRUIT-INFUSED COLORS AND SPIRIT-BOOSTING PIECES FROM SOFAS AND PILLOWS TO BANGLES AND BAGS.
2 GREEN APPLE Dotted with emerald Swarovski crystals and with an apple-shaped charm, Miu Miu’s recently unveiled, slip-on translucent resin cuff provides a juicy burst of style. Miu Miu Bracelet, $265; miumiu.com
5 ORANGE CRUSH A darling of fashionistas for decades, female form–conscious designer Azzedine Alaïa now makes technology sexy with this sleek, fitted leather iPad case. Perforated Leather iPad Case, $555; net-a-porter.com
3 BLOW OUT Glass artist Tracy Glover’s lighthearted sense of color and form is reflected in her jewel-like, hand-blown doorknobs, each one a tiny work of art. Prospect Hill Door Knob, $318 for a set of two; tracygloverstudio.com
4 SWEET MELON Interior designer Melissa Palazzo often marries classic shape with exuberant color, and the Pagoda—her glamorous interpretation of Edward Wormley’s 1957 La Gondola sofa—is no exception. Pagoda Sofa, $4,475; palandsmith.com
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ON TREND 7 ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES These acrylic-and-wood tables by Ted Boerner come in a set of three and are offered in almost as many colors and finishes as you could imagine. Three-Way Nesting Table Set, $5,200 in color shown; tedboerner.com
6 BIRD HOUSE Graffiti-influenced images of dodo birds nest on this cottonencased down pillow, designed by Chicago artist Matthew Lew and exclusive to CB2. Dodo Bird Pillow, $29.95; cb2.com
8 TOWERING INFERNO Brian Atwood’s sky-high, patent leather pump is a playful departure from basic black. Maniac, $534; saksfifthavenue.com
9 YELLOW FEVER Tory Burch introduces an iconic silhouette rendered in luxurious Saffiano leather, in a bright lemony color that’ll chase the clouds away. Robinson Classic Mini Bag, $265; toryburch.com
11 GRASS ROOTS Composed of brilliant, green-colored glass and accented with a shimmering band of gold at its mouth, the simple, soothing shape of this vase from Kate Spade is at home in any setting. Camelia Avenue Posy Vase, $25; katespade.com
10 TURKISH DELIGHT Cloaked in fabric inspired by her travels to Istanbul, Michelle Nussbaumer’s Galata chair channels that city’s heart-quickening confluence of Eastern and Western cultures. Galata Salon Chair in Saffron, price available upon request; ceylonetcie.com
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Hoppen often uses floating shelves to artfully display vignettes of frames and collected objects, all varied in form but united by their common color scheme.
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HOW IS THIS BOOK A DEPARTURE FROM YOUR OTHER SIX? It’s the way I approached the subject: standing very much out of the box and looking in. W HAT W A S T H E E X P E RIE N CE L IK E P UT TI NG T H IS B O O K T O G E T H ER? The book was a lot of fun but also a lot of hard work. From styling all of the shoots around the world, working on page layouts, selecting images, etc.—I have been thoroughly immersed in every part of the process. YOU’RE KNOWN FOR WORKING WITHIN A NEUTRAL COLOR PALETTE. WHAT’S THE KEY TO CREATING A ROOM WITH IMPACT WHILE USING NEUTRALS? You highlight and emphasize using texture. I am not against the use of color and use color frequently; it’s just that color is used to accent rather than as the palette. YOU WROTE ABOUT CREATING DISPLAYS OF OBJECTS. WHERE ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE OFFBEAT PLACES TO SHOP FOR THEM? I love finding items whilst I travel, coming across a small shop that may not look like much from the outside but, upon entering, is a treasure trove. Never judge a shop by its exterior.
This living-dining-cooking venue is emblematic of Hoppen’s skill in space planning, as the room is segmented into three functional zones while maintaining a sense of flow and cohesiveness. The monochromatic color palette is another Hoppen trademark, drawing interest from contrasting forms and textures.
WHAT’S THE BIGGEST MISTAKE THE AVERAGE PERSON MAKES IN DECORATING? Poor space planning, resulting in too much or too little in a room. Always remember to plan, plan, plan—and then plan a little more if you want everything to be perfect.
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“There are no rules. And if they did exist, they should be broken or at least put to a very tough test.” —Charlotte Moss
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THI S I S YO U R S E VE N T H B O O K . H O W I S I T DI FF E RE N T F RO M T H E RE S T ? In so many ways, they’re all very similar because they all speak to a philosophy of trusting your instincts about decorating. I want it to be a kick in the pants to compel readers to go do something they’ve never done before but always wanted to.
Moss designed this bangle as part of her Wanderlust Collection for Halcyon Days. Marrakech, $700; halcyondaysonline.com
In typical Moss fashion, all of the rooms in the book—which were created for past showhouses—start with collages full of the designer’s far-flung influences.
YOU WROTE ABOUT WOMEN OF STYLE FROM THE PAST WHO INSPIRE YOU. ARE THERE WOMEN OF TODAY WHO DO THE SAME? There are a lot of people in my business who are doing exciting things. I love Alessandra Branca’s work because it’s bold and beautiful and fresh. And Mary McDonald, her work is very colorful and alive. YOU WROTE THAT YOU’RE A COLLECTOR. WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR COLLECTIONS? Oh my god, I have too many. My most significant collections are my paintings of interiors, my 18th- and 19th-century garden plans and my bronze perfume burners. And I think I have now reached the age where I have to stop. WHERE ARE SOME UNLIKELY PLACES WHERE YOU DISCOVER GREAT FINDS? If you’re a hunter, there’s no place that’s unlikely because you shop everywhere. I don’t care if it’s all those shows out in the Hamptons or whether I’m in a little stall in the Paris Flea Market—you just find things.
For this great hall, Moss drew inspiration from the English country house West Wycombe Park, whose golden-hued façade is echoed in the ochre walls. The focal point of this comfortable gathering place is a central table stocked with books and curiosities that encourage guests to linger.
IN WHAT WAYS DOES YOUR SOUTHERN HERITAGE SURFACE IN YOUR DESIGN? It’s not so much in the physical; it’s in the ease and hospitality that rooms express. If a room just feels rich, who gives a damn? What are you going to do to make it inviting? And that is the ability—which is a sixth sense, in my belief—to really make a room welcoming. And I think you can do that if you live like that. And I think Southerners live like that.
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“I am a big fan of The Rug Company, and I like everything about this carpet: from the beautiful images of hummingbirds in various stages of flight to the fine and detailed execution. It seems a tad menacing but in an amusing way. The rug is truly a remarkable piece. I’d love to use it for one of my fast-moving, multi-tasking clients. I think it’s a clever reference to our overachieving lifestyles.”
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FASHION IN FLIGHT COMPANY Alexander McQueen for The Rug Company RETAIL $16,524
The late, great fashion icon Alexander McQueen joined forces with The Rug Company to create this opulent collection of rugs and pillows featuring the dramatic, eye-catching designs and skilled craftsmanship for which the Brit was renowned. Composed of cashmere aubusson, this flat-weave rug’s dark background offsets the bright colors of the hummingbirds’ jewel-like plumage.
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“This vase is like a piece of jewelry for a room. Like adding a beautiful gold cuff bracelet to a simple dress, the piece is strong and feminine at the same time. The combination of gold and white is so classic! I often use it in my designs when people want a neutral room. This vase would be perfect on a fabulous tabletop or in bookshelves as a pair to add some glamour. It would be gorgeous mixed in with other white ceramic and gold objects as well.”
CHANDOS DODSON Chandos Interiors
HEADSHOT: JULIE SOEFER.
As bold, dramatic and original as the late ceramic sculptor Waylande Gregory himself, this graphic vase dazzles through its use of porcelain ceramic and 22-karat-gold luster. Showcasing Gregory’s signature organic pattern, the vase epitomizes the sculptor’s technical precision and distinctive aesthetic.
Derived from hand-blown, recycled glass, this new pendant light by Cisco Brothers was inspired by vintage electric-pole insulators. The rusticyet-versatile piece, with its twine
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“I love this item for its sheer simplicity and straight-tothe-point mentality. I would go for this fixture when in need of a light source that is not trying to vie for attention with the rest of the environment, whereby it’s a complement to the story, not the main protagonist. I often use this type of fixture, of similar scale, clustered in a row to create a rhythm. This would work well over a countertop or any long, narrow space.”
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Netherlands-based designer Kiki van Eijk pays homage to everyday domestic objects with this modern chaise longue. Taking her cues for the contemporary textile from antique cups and plates, handwritten recipes, beautiful silverware and playful teapots, the designer paired the fabric with a cubist construction, whose style is
“I love the lines of this piece.
vaguely reminiscent of 18th-century Louis XVI furniture.
It’s a terrific reinterpretation of a neoclassic French chaise. This reads so minimalist Marie Antoinette to me! It’s a perfect indulgence for the master bath, adjacent to a freestanding marble or ceramic soaking tub.”
TOM STRINGER Tom Stringer Design Partners
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A contemporary pattern with platinum embellishments—rendered by hand—takes center-stage in this Limoges porcelain salad plate from Bernardaud. The company’s head creative designer, Catherine Bergen, fashioned this botanical image in effervescent hues of red, purple, pink and orange (shown here), offering a vibrant dose of color to any tablescape.
“For those not lucky enough as myself to enjoy the glories of California’s golden poppy in person, here is the next best thing, surrounded as if by the settling flakes of a snow globe. I tend to choose my plates in white or a simple variation on that theme and allow the food to do the color work. This plate is a jolly place to start a meal; it almost seems a shame to put food on it.”
KATERINA TANA Katerina Tana Design Venice, CA
HEADSHOT: ANDREAS VON EINSIEDEL.
French designer Philippe Delzers created this elegant cabinet as part of The Appartements Privés for Élitis. Delzers envisioned a modern collection with an ethnic twist, referencing long voyages and African legends. The cabinet’s bronze-sculpted handles with glass cabochons appear like jeweled bracelets against a scratched-wood exterior powdered with gold.
“This cabinet reminds me of the great pieces by Eugene Printz from the 1920s and ’30s. I love the leg and handle detail as well as the overall finish. It looks like a very rich piece. A pair of these in a big entry with beautiful ceramics or sculptures on top would look great. Similarly, a pair in a living room flanking the fireplace would be dramatic and wonderful.”
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SEE THE LIGHT HINKLEY LIGHTING The Atlantis collection of outdoor light fixtures offers sleek, modernist-inspired eco-savvy options in a variety of finishes and configurations. Atlantis Wall Sconce, from $260; hinkleylighting.com
02 METAL OF HONOR REALM Chalky pea gravel gets a vivid punch of color in a residential Tucson garden (left), where seam-welded steel edging creates several framed planting beds. The project, by Tucsonâ€™s Realm, was awarded for Artistry in Landscape in a past xeriscape contest hosted by Tucson Botanical Gardens and the Arizona Department of Water Resources. realmenvironments.com
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To create a natural yet modern setting for a Sonoita home, Tucsonâ€™s Design Collaborations used mild steel to climb a wall and form pots that cradle juniper (below). The firm, along with its counterpart Pure Beauty: horticultural services + amenities, provides landscape design, garden retail and horticultural maintenance. designcollaborations.com; purebeautytucson.com
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Minimal Impact: A high-efficiency xeriscape garden in Scottsdale, designed with drip irrigation and permeable paving (below), uses decomposed-granite ground cover, exposed aggregate concrete, limited turf grass and weathered steel to achieve its clean-lined, modernist aesthetic, conceived by Urban Earth Design in Phoenix. Dry Spell: Drought-tolerant and native materials fill the garden as an homage to the Sonoran Desert locale, including mesquite, ironwood and palo verde trees; native grasses; cacti; and desert wildflowers. Geometric patches of hardscape mimic the rusted steel windows of the home. urbanearthdesign.com
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05 DESERT BOUND TODD BRIGGS , ASL A
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Materials: “Native trees and plantings include ironwood, mesquite, palo verde, brittlebush, tecoma, hop bush, agave, aloe, nolina and euphorbia species.” Goal: “We wanted to enhance outdoor gathering spaces that were multifunctional, providing visitors a connection to water in the desert, displaying the beauty of native and
06 HORTICULTURAL CL ASSROOM TUCSON BOTANICAL GARDENS The mammillaria cactus (right) is just one of the succulents at Tucson Botanical Gardens, which hosts classes and demonstrations amid a desert oasis of 17 gardens. Check its website for new events, including the summer’s Third Thursdays celebrations and May’s workshops on gardening and ideas for repurposing a swimming pool into an outdoor living space. tucsonbotanical.org
NATURAL WOMAN CHRISTIANE LÖHR German artist Christiane Löhr’s arresting sculptures are composed of natural materials such as seeds, stalks, leaves and stems and project a sense of both delicacy and strength. Kleine Kuppel (Little Dome) comprises plant stalks. christianeloehr.de
08 RESORT INSPIRED XEROPHYTIC DESIGN , INC . Inspired by a Mexican resort, the sustainably minded Phoenix firm Xerophytic Design created a xeriscape garden using bougainvillea, agave and other plantings for a Scottsdale residence (left), providing a relaxing retreat right at home. Concrete floating steps, retaining walls and antique Spanish pots give the garden a solid foundation. xero.pro 128 LU X E I N T E R I O R S
desert-adapted plants, and ensuring beautiful mountain views were maintained.” Biggest Challenge: “The resort remained open during all renovations and required quick turnaround on design and even faster on construction. Ten Eyck played a very active role in the construction observation phases to reduce delays in construction and to ensure executions were to the standards of the design and the desires of the owner.” Up Next: “We are finishing Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, a spring training facility for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies in Scottsdale. Projects in design include two student recreation centers for Arizona State University, Maricopa County Court Tower in Phoenix and the Parkland hospital in Dallas.” teneyckla.com
TEN EYC K PHOTO : TOD D BRI G G S . TU CSON BOTANI CAL PHOTO : RANDY LARSON . LÖ HR PHOTO : BURAT. XEROPHY TI C PHOTO : XEROPHY TI C DESI GN .
Design Elements: Outside the spa and fitness area of the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North, there’s a desertinspired gathering spot (left) that Todd Briggs has been working to renovate with Christy Ten Eyck, ASLA, principal for the firm and lead designer for this project. The gardens comprise stucco seat walls, a spiraled fireplace, flagstone accents, native boulders and cast-in-place concrete features.
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GARDEN VARIETY TROUVÉ Phoenix lifestyle shop Trouvé is a treasure trove of European antiques, vintage garden furnishings, home décor and tabletop sprinkled amongst three showrooms and a central courtyard. The latter is the location for Trouvé’s May French-inspired antique and brocante market where merchants and locals are invited to sell their own objets d’art. trouvehome.com
10 WATER WORLD
EARTH ART L ANDSCAPE AND DESIGNS , INC . Depth of Field: Water runs through natural boulders while red fairy dusters, euphorbias and bright yellow damantia flowers bloom around cacti and desert spoons to give texture and depth to the entry of a Phoenix residence (above) designed by Earth Art Landscape and Designs. In the Zone: The Phoenix-based design-build firm specified the xeriscape garden to fit into a low-water-use pallet, used a long-life drip irrigation system and zoned the plant material according to varying degrees of watering needs. earthartlandscape.com
11 GOLDEN GLOBES
Vertical Horizon: Golden barrel cacti form a fractal pattern on a national award–winning living wall supported by a system of recycled steel, soil media and rock (above). The designers, Scottsdale-based Plant Solutions, provide consultations for green projects and LEED services concerning plants and indoor plant benefits. Temperature Reading: Environmental benefits from living walls include improved air quality through a process called evapotranspiration, which cools the surrounding air and promotes energy efficiency. plantsolutions.com
FOR THE BIRDS M C GUIRE FURNITURE The recently launched Bowmont Outdoor Collection by Barbara Barry for McGuire includes this sculptural, glaze-finishedclay and cast-bronze birdbath, crafted by artisans in the Pacific Northwest. Bowmont Outdoor Birdbath, $1,953; mcguirefurniture.com
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Enjoy the most expansive golf course views in all of Gainey Ranch at this elegant, jaw-dropping property that is perfect for entertaining. Features include five gas fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, a family space with a crescent bar and pool table that recesses into the floor, and an unbelievable pool and spa area.
PRICE: $1,775,000 SQUARE FEET: 5,703 BEDROOMS: 5 BATHROOMS: 4
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This Gainey Ranch property, built in 2005 by Mark Candelaria, overlooks the Dunes Golf Course and the McDowell Mountains. Features include a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and state-of-the-art appliances, a bright, open floor plan for entertaining, and a Crestron home automation system.
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LOCATION: Scottsdale, AZ AMENITIES: Media room, wine storage, spa/sauna, pool, elevator and exercise room
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design. “Being multifaceted is extremely important in the real
the sales made for their clients, but also the lengths to which
estate industry,” she says. “I’m a believer, for example, that
concierge-style services are provided. When the Phoenix Business
unless you have knowledge of an area, you shouldn’t represent it.
Journal released its “Book of Lists” this year, Sandra Wilken’s
I hire agents who are experts in different areas of town—they have
brokerage ranked No. 20 for residential sales volume. Fifteen of
to know their area like the back of their hands.” Wilken’s agents
the 19 companies on the list have more than 100 agents; the
provide concierge-style service to clients looking for luxury
top seven all have in excess of 600. Wilken is very selective with
properties in and around the metropolitan Phoenix area,
the agents she hires and keeps her brokerage small. But what her
including Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. “We introduce clients to
team lacks in numbers it more than makes up for in customer
the community and much more,” Wilken says. “We’ve helped with
service and attention to detail. It helps that Wilken, who launched
everything from setting up dinner parties to weddings. You name
the company in 1995, brings a vision to her business that
it, we’ve done it.” Clearly Wilken knows what she’s doing; Sandra
incorporates the many hats she has worn over the years—from
Wilken Luxury Properties was named Top 10 in the 2011 Ranking
residential re-sales to working with developers to creating
Arizona for residential real estate companies, and Wilken herself
marketing strategies to an early interest in architecture and
was named second among the Top 10 agents.
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Tucson artist Joe Pagac recently painted a wraparound mural of the Sonoran Desert in the patio area of The Historic Hotel Congress. Opposite: Pagac created this trompe lâ€™oeil mural of a Santa Barbara-style courtyard in the California Design Center/Studio C Interiors showroom in Tucson.
Joe Pagac thinks—and works—in the big picture. Literally. From trompe l’oeil residential projects and surreal restaurant murals to performance paintings splashed across Tucson’s Rialto Theatre and Phoenix’s Eye
The romantic works of Italian figurative artist Pino, such as Flamenco in Red, inspire Pagac in his commercial paintings and personal work.
Lounge, it’s tough to look away from his arresting art. “I love to work big,” says the Tucson resident. “There’s something about it that’s so powerful. I love having a painting that can command a room or command a courtyard or command a street.” But Pagac’s Brobdingnagian mentality extends beyond paint. He recently leased a studio space in downtown Tucson’s upand-coming Gallery Row, and he’s hoping to trade on some of his local celebrity to start showing more of his works-on-canvas. And Tucson, while it’ll always be home, is just the beginning. “I want to produce a series of works and try to ship them to Tokyo or Paris or someplace outside the country and then travel with them,” says Pagac, who admits to a strong case of wanderlust. The world, no doubt, awaits. joepagac.com; 520.490.2794
OFF THE WALL
JOE PAGAC First Job: A client commissioned me to paint an underwater mermaid scene on his fence. The neighbors built a wall to block their view of it after it was finished.
Influences: Modern oil painters like Odd Nerdrum and Pino are favorites.
In My Toolbox: Some basic brushes, a fan brush, six gallons of premium paint and a paint roller. I can create anything, in any size, with these few things.
Next Big Buy: A plane ticket to another continent I have yet to explore; likely South America.
Inspiration: Boredom and a lack of access to any technology or communication devices. For these reasons, I have started sitting in on boring classes at the nearby university and doodling in the back of the room.
Luxury Defined: A eucalyptus-infused steam room.
Philosophy: Life is short; eat dessert first.
Lisa Sette and her eponymous contemporaryart gallery just celebrated their 25th year in Scottsdale. Opposite: Sette considers her unorthodox Phoenix home, the House of Earth + Light by Marwan Al-Sayed, a daily inspiration.
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You might not consider Lisa Sette an artist, technically speaking, but she Kim Cridler’s Field Study #2, a
chalks that up to semantics. “I’m not an artist, but my gallery is an art
2010 piece comprising steel,
form,” she says. “I’m curating the things I see and distilling them into what
copper, silver and gold, is an
enlightens me and viewers.” For the last quarter century, Lisa Sette Gallery
on view at Lisa Sette Gallery.
example of the intriguing works
has brought the best of contemporary art to Scottsdale, exhibiting works by the likes of William Wegman, James Turrell and Mayme Kratz. Sette, trained in art history and studio art, looks for pieces that stimulate her intellect while stirring her emotions. “There’s always something seductive about the images that draw me in,” she says. “And they’re informative; they teach me something I don’t know.” That sort of inspiration doesn’t end when she leaves the gallery, either: She and husband Peter Shikany live in a highly unorthodox home, Phoenix’s House of Earth + Light by area architect Marwan Al-Sayed, which originally had a fabric roof. “It’s like a living work of art,” Sette says. lisasettegallery.com, 480.990.7342
AN ARTFUL LIFE
LISA SETTE Keepsake: My father’s samurai sword. He brought it back from Japan during World War II.
On My Nightstand: Franz Xaver Messerschmidt 1736-1783: From Neoclassicism to Expressionism from the Neue Galerie and Chang and Eng by Darin Strauss.
Prized Possession: A 19th-century Buddhist monk sculpture. I bought it at the Phoenix Art Museum antiques fair as a 40th-birthday present to myself.
Design Icon: Elm Design in Reykjavik, Iceland. They make fabulous women’s clothing. I own a couple of their dresses; they’re like art.
Self-Indulgence: Wheat-free coconut macaroons.
Current Obsession: Fiona Pardington, a New Zealand photographer of Maori descent. I own one of her images of a Maori chief. Out of respect for Maori beliefs, there are restrictions on the photograph with regard to reproduction and marketing. It is an honor to live with the artist’s vision and the chief ’s spirit. LUXE INTERIORS
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Architects and twin brothers Andrew (left) and Ben Walker, founding members of Studio 1to1, stand beneath the Mill Avenue bridge over Tempe Town Lake. Opposite: The exterior and interior architecture of the Seattle Public Library, by Rem Koolhass, serves as inspiration to the Walkers.
The Walker brothers cite architect Michael
Maybe it’s the natural consequence of being twins: the ability to balance individual expression with the recognition of being part of something
Rotondi as a major influence on their work; his design for the Architecture and Art Building of Prairie View A&M University in Texas is shown below.
larger than oneself. As part of their graduate work at Arizona State University, brothers Ben and Andrew Walker helped create the 10-member Studio 1to1. The project, which Ben describes as “a multifaceted design practice emphasizing human-centered research,” won the architecture program’s top independent thesis prize. Today, despite busy day jobs—Ben with Phoenix’s Tomecak Design and Andrew with Tempe’s Architekton— the Tempe-based duo remains devoted to the studio. “We were fortunate to segue from an academic thesis to a real-life, very political project,” says Andrew, referring to their current work on transit stations along Phoenix’s nascent light rail. Such endeavors “require us to go out into the field,” explains Ben, “to understand the places and people.” Only then, notes Andrew, can the team “develop innovative solutions that tie into research, architecture and urban design.” studio1to1.org
ANDREW & BEN WALKER Current Obsession: AW: Surfing really exotic spots around the world. BW: Cool furniture, turning wood on a lathe and playing golf with my brother.
Design Icons: AW: Steve Jobs, Hank Louis, Michael Rotondi. BW: Philippe Starck, Bruce Mau, Le Corbusier, Philip Johnson, Mark Roddy and John Kane. I’m also a big fan of the Bradbury Building in LA and the Seattle Public Library.
Self-Indulgence: AW: Too much sleep. BW: Carne asada burrito from Tacos Jalisco.
Greatest Strength: AW: I’m constantly working on becoming a better listener. It’s a real challenge to listen to understand, and it’s very easy to listen to reply. BW: Generating ideas. If you toss a hundred things at the wall, one will stick.
Life-Changing Read: AW: Any edition of Calvin and Hobbes. BW: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.
Influences: AW: My brother, because we’re totally competitive. BW: My brother. LUXE INTERIORS
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DAZZLING DISH Swarovski’s two-tiered cake stand boasts 600 of the company’s signature crystals in its central column, lending an unexpected element of festivity to even the most traditional food offerings. Crystalline Cake Stand, $450; swarovski.com
INSPIRED DESIGN KITCHENS ARE GREAT FOR ENTERTAINING AND HAVE STYLE IN SPADES, BUT, OFTENTIMES, THEY’RE SERVING DOUBLE-DUTY: CHURNING OUT MEALS FOR FAMILIES AND FOODIES ALIKE. HERE, KITCHENS THAT WORK HARD WITHOUT LOSING POINTS FOR BEAUTY.
SITTING PRETTY After repeated inquiries and much interest from the design world, Garten’s designer Robert Stilin took it upon himself to begin reproducing the gorgeous, vintage French stools he used in the chef’s kitchen. Buell Stool, $1,975; robertstilin.com
IDOL ENVY If this kitchen looks a bit familiar to you, it’s
What emerged is a space that nods to cooking
probably because some of your favorite
competency with an eight-burner Viking
meals have been dreamt up in it. Celebrity
range and hood, Sub-Zero refrigerators and
chef Ina Garten—the Barefoot Contessa,
two Bosch dishwashers but still delights
herself—has built her reputation on creat-
in the whimsical: The center island boasts
ing wholesome, delicious dishes. So, when
Belgian stone countertops with tiny, embedded
she was looking to make some improve-
fossils. The rough-hewn salvaged beams
ments to her East Hampton, New York,
overhead are another nod to the design-
home, making sure that her kitchen got
friendly aspect of the room—giving the eye
some extra TLC was only natural. And, while
something to connect to when it’s not firmly
it’s certainly beautiful with its open shelving
planted on the delectables in front of it—
and pristine white cabinetry that pops
and join with the custom lamps in giving a
against Farrow & Ball’s Light Gray walls, it
sense of enduring timelessness to the space.
was vital that the kitchen also be a work-
Personal touches throughout, like Garten’s
horse. Garten turned to East Hampton
handsomely displayed collection of cake
designer Robert Stilin, of Robert Stilin, LLC,
stands, lend a homey feel and ensure that
to balance the aesthetical with the functional.
kitchen work doesn’t feel like a chore.
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“You need to be able to cook, socialize, remain true to the architecture of the home and implement quality materials; if you balance those four things, you’ll have a good kitchen.” Jean Rehkamp Larson, Rehkamp Larson Architects Inc., Minneapolis, MN
RETRO CHIC It’s not only renowned cooks who have the luxury of a
“Kate packed the oven up and sent it to Alabama to have
successful kitchen, but what’s important to one home-
it refurbished,” Larson says. “She was committed, and the
owner is not necessarily paramount to the other. So,
rest of the room reflects that.” Other vintage touches, like
while this airy Saint Louis Park, Minnesota, kitchen
the scalloped edging on the center island and on the
shares the light cabinetry and open walls that define
custom hood, make the updated kitchen appear seamless,
Garten’s barn-inspired space, architect Jean Rehkamp
as do the inset cabinets from Nest Woodworking in
Larson and project manager Will Spencer, of
Dennison, Minnesota. A Landsdale Carrara backsplash
Minneapolis’ Rehkamp Larson Architects, followed
from The Tile Shop, CaesarStone countertops and drap-
homeowner Kate Grussing’s lead to deliver something
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that works just as hard but speaks to her unique sensi-
the look. “Composition is so important,” Larson says, “but
bilities. In this case, it was Grussing’s dedication to
it’s the playful things that happened here with texture
preserving the historical integrity of the residence—
and color that really made this project.”
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and the original Roper oven—that dictated the design.
HOT AND COLD
Homeowner Kate Grussing’s colorful textile line brings a pop of interest to light spaces with fun patterns and designs. Corn Stripe, price available upon request; beebolt.com
The bell shape of the Randolph pendant’s glass shade stays true to the vintage feel of the kitchen. Randolph Pendant, $975; hudsonvalleylighting.com
The cool gray color of the Landsdale Carrara tiles used on the backsplash forms a nice contrast with the warmer tone of the countertops. Landsdale Carrara 3” x 6”, price available upon request; tileshop.com
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DISCO FEVER The crystal beading on the suspended base of the Tobias pendant from Eurofase Lighting adds glamour in the form of sparkle to the otherwise elegantly simple square shade. Tobias 4-Light Pendant, price available upon request; eurofase.com
GUEST EXPRESS THERE’S A LOT TO BE SAID ABOUT THE COMFORTS OF HOME, BUT THERE’S A REASON PEOPLE LIKE TO GET AWAY. HERE, WE TAKE A PEEK AT THE BEST OF HOTEL DESIGN AND HOW IT TRANSLATES INTO DAY-TO-DAY LIVABILITY.
SOUL ESCAPE When visitors cross the threshold of Toronto’s
fitness and pool areas. The space’s artisanal
The Hazelton Hotel, they’re looking for a
finishes and handcrafted elements, like
retreat: a bespoke, luxury getaway. Architect
Palissandro honed-stone walls from Maple,
Robert Walshaw, of Toronto- and New York
Ontario, Canada’s Connolly Marble & Granite
City-based YabuPushelberg, however, was
and custom-stained zebrawood built-ins from
intent on creating something more. “It was
Salzburg Interiors in Brampton, Ontario,
important to us to provide a sense of authen-
Canada, feel highly tailored, and the clutter-free
ticity and, more importantly, ‘soul’ to the
calm they create can easily be brought into the
guest experience,” he says. “Of course, the
home. Walshaw insists, “If you take a spa-like
visitors we envisioned would be accustomed
approach to the design—by implementing
to an uncompromising level of service and
concealed storage for bath products and trying
quality, but adding that additional layer was
to minimize visual distractions—any bath-
crucial.” That soul is easily identifiable in the
room can offer a bit of sanctuary.”
hotel’s changing room, a gateway to the spa,
ROCK SHOW Architect Robert Walshaw’s love of materials was evident when he selected these Palissandro honed-stone walls and allowed them to function as a focal point in the changing room. Palissandro Marble, price available upon request; connollymarble.com
“We try not to use more than just a few, carefully considered finishes in bathrooms; the trick is to be minimal without being devoid of detail or interest.” Robert Walshaw, YabuPushelberg, New York, NY
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“There’s a very linear element to this bathroom, but it still feels organic. Playing with texture lends a softness to the hard angles that balances them in an understated way.” Annette English, Annette English & Associates, Los Angeles, CA
GRAY GROOMING With the lifestyle of the ultimate bachelor in mind,
still holds a lot of the same character, personality and
Los Angeles designer Annette English, of Annette English
warmth it does now, without being overbearing.” The
& Associates, went to work on a game-changing master
jagged-edge, charcoal stone wall from Stone Source that
bathroom that offers a definite nod to spa-inspired design
separates the bath from the master bedroom creates a
while holding fast to all the creature comforts of home.
dramatic focal point, while other texture-heavy highlights
Architect Robert Walshaw’s advice definitely rings true
like the Boyd Lighting chandelier and hanging sconces from
here, where English has relied on luxurious textures and a
Fuse Lighting provide a striking contrast to the smooth
subdued palette to create interest with a delicate whisper
finishes of the countertops and cabinetry provided by
instead of a drumroll. “I wanted the space to speak to
Ferragamo. The result is a room that accomplishes every-
today but also be timeless,” English says. “I’d like to visit
thing English sought to capture: “It’s contemporary and
again in five years and find that it doesn’t look dated and
masculine but neither cold nor hard. It’s home.”
IN THE CHAIR
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INTERIOR DESIGN Douglas Marsceill, Marsceill Design Interiors ARCHITECTURE Kevin B. Howard, AIA, Kevin B. Howard Architects, Inc. HOME BUILDER Berner F. Loftfield and Scott Schagel, Desert West Construction Inc. LANDSCAPE DESIGN Tray Gers, The Garden Gate BEDROOMS 7
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CONTEMPORARY COMFORT In the great room, the red-gold hues of the impressive copper ďŹ replace surround, by Metals and More in Marana, not only provide a counterpoint to the earth-toned brick but also add a more contemporary surface to the interior palette. B&B Italia chairs from Diva Furniture in Los Angeles and Philippe Starck sofas from Cassina in LA pull up to a coffee table from Minotti in LA.
STYLE SELECTION From Italian architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti, the graceful curves of this fabric-cloaked chair exude classic appeal, with stitched seam detailing. Portofino Bergère, price available upon request; minotti.com
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“We didn’t want to do what everybody else was doing,” Amy says. “We wanted it to be inspiring and something that was playful because of the kids.” Amy and Michael, once high school sweethearts in their native South Dakota, had spent time on the East Coast and fallen in love with the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. They chose Kevin B. Howard, principal architect of Kevin B. Howard Architects in Oro Valley, and designer Douglas Marsceill, owner and founder of Marsceill Design Interiors in Los Angeles, to create what Howard calls a “desertmodern Zen” home, nestled unobtrusively into the surrounding natural landscape with a jewel-like array of light-filled interiors.
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GOOD EATS A second breakfast nook, centering on a Knoll table and chairs from Jules Seltzer in LA, was added at the clientâ€™s request to make it easier to connect with her children while cooking. Minimalist cabinetry by Poliform in West Hollywood, California, and Homeworks Cabinetry & Design in Tucson pairs with sleek appliances by Miele and Sub-Zero from Ferguson Enterprises in Tucson.
STYLE SELECTION This structural, steel hanging fixture, designed by self-taught artist Kevin Reilly, radiates a rustic yet chic aesthetic. Market Hanging Light, price available to the trade; hollyhunt.com
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Bordering a national forest, the lot not only affords pristine views but has two arroyos meandering down the slope—a challenge that ultimately made the site special. The home nevertheless bridges the arroyo with a light hand, connecting the north and south wings via the “floating” living room. A striking glass enclosure affords breathtaking views and a close connection with nature. “What people didn’t recognize as an unbelievable lot, Kevin did,” recalls builder Berner F. Loftfield, president of Tucson’s Desert West Construction, who helmed the build with Scott Schagel. “It was the last to be developed, but now it seems like the best lot in the whole subdivision.” The landscaping approach utilized a repeating rhythm of certain plants, such as Mexican fence post cacti, golden barrel cacti and elephant food. “Everything was about restoring the natural landscape,” says landscape designer Tray Gers, of Tucson’s The Garden Gate.
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LINE STUDY A wool rug—by Kilim from Aga John Oriental Rugs in West Hollywood—“draws you to the seating area,” says designer Douglas Marsceill. “That ties with the linear ﬁreplace.” A Kevin Reilly light ﬁxture from Holly Hunt in LA presides over the Maxalto Collection table and Antonio Citterio chairs from Diva.
TRANSITION AREA The house has two outdoor rooms: the communal space off the family room to the rear, featuring outdoor furniture from Janus et Cie in West Hollywood, and another on the roof of the garage. In the distance is a pool and spa, by Cimarron Circle Construction Company in Tucson, and an array of native plantings.
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With such a big family, extra thought was given to how kids and parents could interact amidst their everyday activities, so the heart of the home is a wide-open area comprising the great room, kitchen and family room. In the kitchen, “we pulled that breakfast table off the main island. The concept for me was like a country kitchen with a kitchen table,” Marsceill remembers. “Amy’s thought was that she’d be cooking and could interact with the kids while they’re doing homework.” The two outdoor rooms offer different ambiences. “The one on the north is where the house feels earth-integrated. It’s very cozy,” Howard explains. “In the south, it’s on the roof of the garage because of the sloping site. You feel like you’re on top of the world.” Marsceill chose a muted color palette, utilizing soft earth tones such as limestone floors and oak cabinetry, but adding occasional bursts of color, like tangerine pillows on the family-room sofas. At the same time, the designer favored an array of textural materials, from the antique copper on the fireplace to the sandblasted glass in the vanity bathroom sink to the smooth travertine countertops in the master bathroom. “I love mixing rustic and new materials,” Marsceill says. “And every color came from outside. The orange is from the cacti that bloom just beyond the glass. I think it makes the color feel more intense.”
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PROGRESSIVE LIVING The entry stairway was fabricated by Artec Industries in Benson, featuring limestone from Conway Tile Company in Tucson. With plantings, “the premise was to renaturalize those with the same kind of rock and vegetation that would have been there originally,” says landscape designer Tray Gers. Another green-minded feature is the rooftop solar paneling, by Solar Path in Oro Valley, that provides half the home’s electricity.
SUITE SURRENDER The master bedroom centers on a floating bed from In-Ex in Beverly Hills, California, with a neon lamp in the headboard. Odeon Chairs from Donghia in LA ďŹ‚ank a custom cowhide ottoman from Gibson in LA. The ďŹ replace is a mixture of colored concrete and brickwork that extends to the outside.
LIFE AQUATIC In the master bathroom, glass mosaic tile by Walker Zanger in West Hollywood festoons the backsplash and wraps around the wall to a thin window. The limestone flooring and silver travertine countertops are also by Walker Zanger, and the Robern mirrors are from HD Altmans in LA.
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While Amy and Michael are as happy in their new home as when they first met, the striking contemporary structure isn’t lost on their children, either. “I know, at their ages, they have no clue what they’re living in, but I do know they are inspired by it. Some of them are animal lovers, and some are artists. I think that comes from the juxtaposition of being able to see the city in our front yard and coyotes and cacti in the back.” Sounds like the habitat of a happy Huether Bunch. L
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ARCHITECTURE Jeff Innes, AIA, PHX Architecture HOME BUILDER Nancy Brunkhorst, Nance Construction, Inc. BEDROOMS 5
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UPWARDLY MOBILE A grand staircase in the foyer sets an Old World tone, ascending in a graceful curve toward the second floor. At left is homeowner Andrew Cohn’s library, boasting antique oak millwork stained silver-blue “to show off its handsome grain,” says wife Amy, who handled the home’s interior design.
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Arizona has become that sort of place, says architect Jeff Innes, a principal (with founder Erik Peterson) at PHX Architecture in Scottsdale. “People from all over the world come here to live, and they want the look of the places they came from.” So neighborhoods like the city’s Arcadia arose from orange groves and ranches precisely for émigrés who eschewed adobe or modernist homes for architectural styles reminiscent of native terrains. Case in point: the Norman-inspired home that Innes designed for Amy and Andrew Cohn.
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ACCESSIBLE ELEGANCE Crown molding by Perry Woodworks in Phoenix, an antique ﬁreplace from Westland London and parquet walnut ﬂoors by Timberwood Floors in Scottsdale telegraph the living room’s traditional formalism. But upholstered furnishings— bergères from Ralf’s Antiques in West Hollywood, California, low-slung slipper chairs and a sofa covered in Ralph Lauren’s ﬂoral-embossed mohair—balance it with a plush sense of modern comfort.
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Amy hails from Cleveland, Andrew from Long Island. “We desired a home that reflected the traditional styles and architectural elements typical in the neighborhoods we grew up in,” says Amy, who has a background in interior architecture, space planning and design, and worked closely with PHX on the layout. “Jeff, who had worked on many homes on the East Coast as an apprentice, understood how to embrace architectural authenticity while adapting it for the Southwest.” One characteristic element of desert living, for example, is an enhanced indooroutdoor relationship, commonly accomplished these days with walls of glass that open the interiors to the landscape. But how to achieve this in a historic context? “We stuck to traditional devices: French doors, a conservatory, extended terraces,” explains Innes. To further adapt the conservatory to Arizona’s punishing sun, Innes capped it with a zinc roof instead of a glass one.
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Though this bath’s proportions are lavish, the cabinetry, with its warm blue-green finish, adds a French provincial air that keeps things grounded. The trellis wallpaper also brings everything back to earth by making the space feel less soaring. The tile and stone are from Facings of America in Scottsdale.
COUNTER CULTURE The secondary island, designed in the form of a bombĂŠ chest, offers a countervailing layer of richness to the all-white cabinetry by Desert Cove Woodworks in Phoenix. The marble countertops are from Stockett Tile & Granite Company in Phoenix.
STYLE SELECTION An embroidery pattern was the inspiration for this monochrome 22-karat-gold porcelain plate by painter Albert Gregory from Royal Crown Derby, which adds timeless style to any formal tabletop. Gold Aves Plate, price available upon request; royalcrownderby.co.uk
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Another challenge was the oblong parcel of land on a cul-de-sac with barely 60 feet of frontage. “It had to have presence,” says Innes. “Our approach was to have the house tell a story, as if it had been enlarged over successive generations. We created a gabled portion that would look like it was the original house and made the rest stucco so it looked added onto.” The decision to clad it in reclaimed, creamy-white brick came from another Arizona transplant: Nancy Brunkhorst, owner of Nance Construction in Scottsdale, which built the home. Brunkhorst grew up in the Midwest, where this material was ubiquitous. “Since it was handmade and reclaimed, plus had a great color,” she explains, “I felt it would give the texture that a home this size would need to soften its presence.” Andrew adds: “We wanted to use materials that were durable and generational, that were timeless. This brick is a trademark of many older buildings in the Midwest.”
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COLONIAL CHIC Paul Montgomery Studio in Churchville, Virginia, executed the hand-painted pastoral scene that deďŹ nes the New England-style dining room, which is crisply framed by traditional wainscoting painted a creamy white. The room also features a crystal chandelier from Currey & Company in Atlanta, draperies from Pindler & Pindler in Scottsdale and a Georgian dining table and sideboard from Holland & Company in Atlanta.
BRICK BY BRICK Architect Jeff Innes designed the modestly proportioned front entry to look like an original structure that was subsequently added onto. Builder Nancy Brunkhorst had more than 50,000 white bricks brought by rail and truck from the Midwest to soften the steeply peaked roofs and large volumes of the architecture.
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Clearly, the interiors also had to depart from the indigenous kivas and Navajo rugs so prevalent in Southwest décor. Innes was initially skeptical about Amy’s decision to handle this herself. “When an owner says they’re going to do the
The circular vaulted conservatory showcases diamond-patterned, leaded beveled glass, much like conservatories and solaria found in England. A glass roof would have been unbearable in the Arizona sun, so Innes used zinc instead, from Metal Works in Phoenix. The Niermann Weeks secretary is from Dean Warren, and the Galerie des Lampes floor lamp is from Tod Carson in West Hollywood.
interiors themselves, you kind of just hope for the best,” he says, chuckling. “But Amy just blew us away.” Taking her cues from “a number of antique pieces we had collected over the years, either passed down to us by family or bought together mostly on our travels,” says Amy, “my decisions were intuitive.” One of those intuitions was to offset the elegant architectural elements PHX created (wainscoting, crown moldings and built-ins) with “more casually upholstered soft furniture.”
GALLIC DREAMING “The master bedroom required nothing more than a bed, nightstands and a bench,” says Amy, “because the extensive woodwork and decorative hardware fill the space and define the room.” The home’s lighting design was done by LiteFX in Scottsdale.
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The living room’s early 18th-century cast-iron fireplace is contrasted with
The elaborate millwork extends to her bath in the master suite, continuing the idea of a classical architectural envelope for each room that is deﬁned by traditional details like built-ins, carved moldings and wainscoting.
turquoise silk-upholstered bergères, the conservatory’s vaulted proportions are humanized with supple drapery, and a wrap-around mural and damaskswathed armchairs warm the formality of the Georgian dining room. In effect, then, the road home for the Cohns doubles back to Arcadia. “Many homeowners in this neighborhood grew up here and have returned to raise their own families,” observes Amy. Whether fourth-generation or newly arrived, she adds, they come “with the desire to be part of a tight-knit community without walls and gates separating them.” A community, in other words, like the ones they used to call home. L
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STYLE SELECTION Captured in silent meditation, the Hindu goddess Parvati—the daughter of the mountain—is shown on a double lotus base and was created by artisans of the Bronze Creative in India. Bronze Statue of the Hindu Goddess Parvati in Meditation Pose, $2,250; lotussculpture.com
Scottsdale. “So we tried to push that as far as we could, where the house still made sense.
INTERIOR DESIGN David Michael Miller, ASID, David Michael Miller Associates ARCHITECTURE Susan Biegner, Biegner-Murff Architects, LLC HOME BUILDER Jerry Meek and David Schumm, Desert Star Construction, Inc. BEDROOMS 4
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You can superimpose a traditional treatment on a contemporary house and let the pieces fall where they will, but this was a more calculated equation.” Taking his color cue from the rock veneer of the home’s exterior, Miller went with a gray palette expressed in subtle variations of color and material, apparent as soon as one enters the sleek entryway. A large print of a Buddha by Doug and Mike Starn presides over the space’s mid-tone gray walls and vein-cut travertine floors. “It feels warm and really Zen,” Miller says. The entryway was reconfigured as part of a remodel of the master suite, kitchen and lower-level bedrooms
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The foyer, with a cubed skylight, leads to a steel gate original to the house. Interior designer David Michael Miller implemented the center-pivot door in the foreground a couple of years before the major remodel; it comprises ebonized white oak, an embossed bronze plate and bronze poles cast by Corbin Bronze in Kansas City, Kansas.
SUBTLE PALETTE Two antique Chinese chests from Charles Jacobsen in Culver City, California, draw the eye across the living room. An existing ottoman covered in Rose Tarlow leather faces a fireplace with a surround fabricated by Stockett Tile & Granite Company in Phoenix. Adjacent is a Dessin Fournir sofa from Kneedler-FauchĂ¨re in West Hollywood, California, upholstered in Nancy Corzine fabric and illuminated by a lamp from Therien & Co. in Los Angeles. Behind the sofa is the dining area, anchored by a Dessin Fournir table (designed by Miller and purchased at Kneedler-FauchĂ¨re) and surrounded by chairs from Michael Taylor in LA, covered in Fortuny fabric.
ROOM WITH A VIEW Against the stunning backdrop of Camelback Mountain in the distance sits a Frank oriental-vellum coffee table by Mattaliano Furniture from Holly Hunt in Chicago, topped by Chinese burial artifacts dating from the Han Dynasty. A couple of Gregorious | Pineo chairs in patterned velvet from Stark Fabric’s Old World Weavers, ﬂanking a Rose Tarlow side table, forms a seating cluster. A ﬂoor lamp from Randolph & Hein in LA sheds light on the area.
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and bathrooms, which replaced a congested warren of closed-off rooms with spacious areas that flow together and take advantage of the spectacular vistas of Camelback Mountain. For the remodel, which transformed as much as two-thirds of the home, Miller brought in Phoenix architect Susan Biegner, founder and partner of Biegner-Murff Architects, and Desert Star Construction of Scottsdale. Biegner had a solution for warming up the airy rooms that resonated with the contemporary structure. “We STYLE SELECTION This abstract expressionist painting by New York School artist Esteban Vicente hangs over the living room ﬁreplace. The 40-by-50-inch oil-on-canvas came from the Riva Yares Gallery in Scottsdale. Over Above, rivayaresgallery.com
created clean spaces, and they have areas within them, so it feels cozy,” she said. The kitchen that had been virtually closed off from the adjacent breakfast and dining rooms is now an inviting space with a European country feel, with three new windows capturing the view (including an unexpected one over the La
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Cornue stove), a generous pantry and plenty of seating at the new banquette and the island topped with Calacatta marble. â€œThe lady of the house loves a rural French, softer rural Italian aesthetic, so I wanted to bring as much of that to her as I could without creating Disneyland inside a contemporary building,â€? Miller says. Some premium materials, such as the European black granite used for the lower-level bar, required long lead times to acquire, but the yearlong renovation came in on schedule, says David Schumm, project manager with Desert Star, who worked on the construction with Jerry Meek.
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The remodeled kitchen flows around an island created by Christopher Peacock Cabinetry in West Hollywood and paired with Rose Tarlow Melrose House barstools, purchased at John Brooks in Scottsdale. Natural light spills in through newly created windows, including a view-framing opening over the La Cornue stove. Peacock also constructed the painted cabinets above the Le Nid tile backsplash from Exquisite Surfaces in Beverly Hills, California.
HEART OF THE MATTER Encouraging homey gatherings around the cook is a banquette designed by Miller and fabricated by Paul Ferrante. Across the oak table—which was also concepted by the designer and made by Paul Ferrante—are reproduction provincial Italian chairs from Michael Taylor. Above the seating area, sunﬂower-hued pots from Antiquities in Scottsdale provide some color. A light ﬁxture by Niermann Weeks illuminates the space.
PARADISE FOUND Camelback Mountain offers the main decorative feature in the pool area, where the homeowners can lounge on cast-aluminum chairs from Murrayâ€™s Iron Works in LA covered in Perennials outdoor fabric from Inside/Out in Scottsdale. Miller designed the bench planter clad in a greige Buddy Rhodes concrete and ďŹ lled with tubular rush.
GREAT DIVIDE To partition the master suite into a more intimate bedroom and sitting area when the occasion calls for it, Miller designed bookcases of quarter-sawn white oak (with a ceruse treatment) that disappear into pockets. Unifying the space are white oak ﬂoors from Premiere Wood Floors in Phoenix. The bed was built by Dessin Fournir, purchased from Kneedler-Fauchère, and modified according to Miller’s specifications; it sits on a Stark rug.
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To add an intimate touch to the expanded master suite, which has a glass wall, Miller designed bookcases that divide the space into a sitting room and a bed-
The Dennis & Leen bedside table is a Louis XVI reproduction with a limestone top, from Dean Warren in Scottsdale. The bedside lamp, constructed from a cast-iron artifact, came from Lucca Antiques in LA. Past that is the master bathroom, where natural light spills down the wall through a slit skylight onto a Water Monopoly tub from Clyde Hardware in Phoenix.
room or slide into pockets when they’re not needed. The home’s showcase is the living room, which took two antique Chinese chests already in the couple’s collection as a starting point. Miller filled out the room with Chinese burial artifacts, comfortable seating in a range of grays and a custom black-lacquered table by Dessin Fournir that references the Chinese chests. “I wanted it to be eclectic,” Miller says. “In an earlier iteration, the room was beigey. The client likes drama and elegance, and I wanted the room to do that.” L
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H O M E A S A “D I A M O N D I N T H E R OUG H ” I N S C OT TS DA L E ’S D E S E R T H I G H L A N D S . Having remodeled a 1940s home in Chicago and
built a custom home in Utah, they weren’t intimidated by the fact that the property needed some help. Originally built eight years ago, the house had good bones, but repetitive interiors with literal references to the Pueblo Revival style were begging for a design transfusion. Furthermore, the interiors didn’t relate to the spectacular surrounding vistas. INTERIOR DESIGN Janet Friedman, ASID, and Traci Shields,
ASID, Friedman & Shields Associates HOME BUILDER Jason Smith, Identity Construction LLC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Tracey Adams, Duo Design Group BEDROOMS 4
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The homeowner interviewed interior designers but didn’t find a fit until looking through a magazine. “There was an advertisement for Friedman & Shields with photographs of rooms that were not my taste at all; they were much more contemporary,” she says. “But they were very beautiful—and I appreciated the beauty!” Once brought on board, designers Janet Friedman and Traci Shields, of Friedman & Shields Associates in Scottsdale, drew on a transitional style they call “contemporary territorial,” a combination of contemporary design and the more relaxed territorial style, to update the home and breathe some much-needed life into it. The front door’s massive solid-wood panel was relinquished to one with windows that maintains the Southwest sensibility while brightening up the foyer. Mullioned windows throughout the home were replaced with taller clear-view windows to take full advantage of the golf course view, and the former blockwall fence that further obscured the beautiful greens was replaced with the deconstructed profile of minimalist rebar stakes. A French door was also removed, making way for a 16-foot-wide sliding glass door that brings in more light and creates easy outdoor access.
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SOUTHWEST WELCOME Landscape architect Tracey Adams created a sense of arrival for the home with beds of golden barrel cactus. Rust-colored urns, a ﬂagstone pathway and dramatic lighting honor tradition while hinting at the interior’s new contemporary vibe.
TUMBLED ORGANICS Natural stone and stripped-log rafters, known as vigas, are now more dramatic thanks to new textures like custom alder-wood cabinets from Blue Horizons in Phoenix and BeamsDesign in Silver City, New Mexico, as well as a custom spoon-carved console crafted by Earth & Images in Scottsdale. The Timber coffee table by Mimi London is composed of wood blocks wrapped in metal and was acquired at John Brooks in Scottsdale. Beverly Hills, California, artist Kyle Codyâ€™s oil landscape, Road to Oak Alley, leads the eye to the landscape outside.
BRANCHING OUT The dining areaâ€™s custom branch light fixture by Paul Ferrante was purchased at John Brooks. The rubbedbronze Milan table base is by Century Furniture and was purchased from the Scottsdale showroom. The figured cherry Higashi tabletop is by Apache Junction artist Ronald Gill and was acquired at Trappings in Scottsdale. Dining chairs are by All Wood Treasures Co. in Tempe, in a woven fabric by Pollack from JW Harris in Scottsdale. The ginger jars are from Brix Home in Scottsdale.
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Inside, dated square openings in walls near the ceiling were merged into more contemporary horizontal elements, and redundant display niches were walled over to improve visual flow and create broader expanses for large artwork. “People are moving away from clutter and toward open, cleaner, more contemporary spaces,” says builder Jason Smith, owner and principal of Identity Construction in Scottsdale. Interestingly, Smith was recruited to the project by the designers and, by sheer coincidence, was also the home’s original builder, with his father, Dan, formerly head of Phoenix Smith & Co., Inc. (Dan remains a consultant and project manager at the company, which Jason renamed when he took the helm.) “A lot has changed in these eight years as far as how we view STYLE SELECTION Designed by Paul Ferrante, this light ﬁxture is available in a variety of ﬁnishes, shown here in iron with a Dutch metal finish, providing an organic focal point. Branch Chandelier #2125, price available upon request; paulferrante.com
how a home, great room or a kitchen function,” Jason says. “What was up to date and satisfactory at the time is no longer sought after.” Walls were washed a warm neutral, and subtly reflective surfaces like reglazed cabinets and metallic glass tile above the range now dance in the light. Rich hues of copper, sage and graphite were also introduced. “Patina drew everything together,” Friedman explains. “Before, everything was flat and rough.
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There was no real contrast to the stone and beams. So we put in contrasting textures like wool and silk rugs and woods like the sofa-back table that make you want to run your fingers over them.” Before construction, the man of the house scouted out a view of the sunset and staked the location of his soon-to-be-favorite chair, where an intimate seating arrangement just off the dining room has become a preferred place to relax. A dining table was positioned in the middle of the enormous great room to create three distinct living areas, and, where a heavy 5-foot-wide traditional chandelier once hovered ominously over the dining table, a delicate branchstyle fixture now adds artful ambiance that doesn’t compete with the view. The fireplace wall remains the focal point in the great room, now outfitted with cabinetry in a shallower profile for today’s slimmer electronics and liquid metal accents layered onto the copper and stone. Recessed ceiling lights and hidden illumination visually wring every drop of subtle coloration from wood, stone and metal.
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EARTHY SPARKLE In the kitchen, cabinets received new life with reglazing and iron pulls by Rocky Mountain Hardware from Flair Supply Company in Scottsdale. The custom light ﬁxture by 2nd Ave. Lighting was acquired at Alexander • Sinclair in Scottsdale, as were the counter stools by Wesley Hall. Tres Feltman tile from Ann Sacks in Scottsdale adds sheen to the backsplash.
DYNAMIC ENERGY A banquette and custom-crafted table echo the curves of the breakfast alcove. The olive wood tabletop with solid alder band was crafted by BeamsDesign so the grains radiate in a graceful sunburst. The table base of distressed hot-rolled steel was crafted by Blue Horizons. The chairs were manufactured by and acquired from Walters Wicker in Teterboro, New Jersey, and covered in faux leather from Pindler & Pindler in Scottsdale. The woven tray is from Palecek in San Francisco.
WELL DRESSED In the relaxing master bedroom, recessed ceiling channels hide mechanicals for motorized room-darkening blinds from Mr. Pâ€™s Blind and Shade Company in Scottsdale. The Berman Rosetti bed from John Brooks is dressed in seven fabrics, including silk, wool, cashmere and a variety of textured and woven fabrics that coordinate with the chaise by Classic Custom Upholstery & Furniture in Scottsdale. The alder bedside tables with zebrawood ďŹ nish were custom-made by Blue Horizons and BeamsDesign.
WARM EMBRACE The master bath includes a bust fashioned from banana leaves acquired from Trappings and purchased for the homeowner by a friend. The sea of warm earth tones includes reglazed wood cabinetry, honed travertine, a rug from Azadi in Scottsdale and a vanity bench by Scottsdale ironworker Vilma Besch in fabric from John Brooks. The vases are by Kinder-Harris for Paragon.
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Outside, landscape architect Tracey Adams, of Phoenix’s Duo Design Group, redesigned the front and rear yards. Her work on the former included creating an agave garden and removing part of the patio for more planting space. For the latter, she tamed overgrown vegetation for better views and added a seat wall and fireplace, amongst other changes. Adams chose arid plants that would “perform best during the months the clients are in town,” she says. Today, the house’s zestful joi de vivre measures up to the majesty of the panoramic Arizona highlands. Best of all, the couple feels right at home. “I love it,” says the lady of the house. “The reveal was just unbelievable—one of the most euphoric moments of my life.” L
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LIGHT FIXTURE Kevin Reilly Holly Hunt Los Angeles, CA 310.659.3776
LAMPS Fat Chance Los Angeles, CA 323.930.1960
RUG Aga John Oriental Rugs West Hollywood, CA 310.657.0890
A R C H I T E C T U R E Kevin B. Howard Architects, Inc.
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APPLIANCES Miele and Sub-Zero Ferguson Enterprises Tucson, AZ 520.575.7320 ARCHITECTURE Kevin B. Howard Architects, Inc. Oro Valley, AZ 520.322.6800 ART CONSULTANT Martha Macks Kahn Goya Contemporary Baltimore, MD 410.366.2001 BATHROOM COUNTERTOPS & TILE Walker Zanger West Hollywood, CA 310.659.1234 BATHROOM MIRRORS Robern HD Altmans Los Angeles, CA 310.274.5896 BEDROOM CHAIRS Donghia Los Angeles, CA 310.657.6060 248 LU X E I N T E R I O R S
BEDROOM FIREPLACE SURROUND Cline Masonry Tucson, AZ 520.940.4571
DINING AREA TABLE Maxalto Collection Diva Furniture Los Angeles, CA 310.278.3191
KITCHEN CABINETRY Homeworks Cabinetry & Design Tucson, AZ 520.296.4440
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BEDROOM OTTOMAN Gibson Los Angeles, CA 323.934.4248
DOORS Architectural Traditions Tucson, AZ 520.574.7374
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BEDSIDE LAMPS Artemide, Inc. Los Angeles, CA 310.888.4099 BREAKFAST TABLE & CHAIRS Knoll Jules Seltzer Los Angeles, CA 310.274.7243 DINING AREA ARTWORK Kandy Lozano Martin & Lozano Gallery West Hollywood, CA 310.358.0617
GLASSWORK Plum Windows & Doors Tucson, AZ 520.795.4104 HALLWAY ARTWORK Father Bill Moore Japanache West Hollywood, CA 310.657.0155 HOME BUILDER Desert West Construction Inc. Tucson, AZ 520.529.2885 INTERIOR DESIGN Marsceill Design Interiors Los Angeles, CA 310.859.0255
KITCHEN CHAIRS Carlo Colombo Poliform West Hollywood, CA 310.271.7836 KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS Conway Tile Company, Inc. Tucson, AZ 520.747.9636 LANDSCAPE DESIGN The Garden Gate Tucson, AZ 520.574.7585 LIVING ROOM COFFEE TABLE Minotti Los Angeles, CA 310.278.6851
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PATIO FURNITURE Janus et Cie West Hollywood, CA 310.652.7090 POOL & SPA Cimarron Circle Construction Company Tucson, AZ 520.881.2777 SOLAR PANELS Solar Path, LLC Oro Valley, AZ 520.322.6801 STRUCTURAL STEEL Artec Industries Benson, AZ 520.906.9977 STUCCO Hansen-Kramer Stucco, Inc. Tucson, AZ 520.743.9611 WOOD CEILINGS Holderness Supplies Tucson, AZ 520.889.1300
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CABINETRY Desert Cove Woodworks, LLC Phoenix, AZ 602.944.0118
BATHROOM VANITY CHAIR FABRIC Cowtan & Tout Dean Warren Scottsdale, AZ 480.990.9233
CONSERVATORY CHANDELIER Lamplight Tod Carson, Inc. West Hollywood, CA 310.271.1947
BATHTUB BainUltra Clyde Hardware Phoenix, AZ 602.264.2106
CONSERVATORY FLOOR LAMP Galerie des Lampes Tod Carson, Inc. West Hollywood, CA 310.271.1947
CHANDELIER Currey & Company Atlanta, GA 404.523.8282
TABLE Holland & Company Atlanta, GA 800.446.5526
HAND - PAINTED WALLPAPER Paul Montgomery Studio Churchville, VA 540.337.6600
H O M E B U I L D E R Nance Construction, Inc.
BEDROOM RUG Kravet Scottsdale, AZ 480.994.3900
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A R C H I T E C T U R E PHX Architecture
ARCHITECTURE PHX Architecture Scottsdale, AZ 480.477.1111
BEDROOM BENCH Scalamandré Los Angeles, CA 310.657.8154
DRAPERY FABRIC Pindler & Pindler, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.874.0744
COUNTERTOPS Stockett Tile & Granite Company Phoenix, AZ 623.344.8400
DRAPERY FABRICATION Mac’s Custom Drapery Phoenix, AZ 602.997.1689 HARDWARE Clyde Hardware Phoenix, AZ 602.264.2106 HOME AUTOMATION Varner Sight and Sound Phoenix, AZ 602.863.0078 HOME BUILDER Nance Construction, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.663.7894
LIGHTING DESIGNER LiteFX Scottsdale, AZ 480.632.2949 LIVING ROOM BERGÈRES Ralf’s Antiques West Hollywood, CA 310.659.1966 LIVING ROOM MANTEL Fine’s Gallery Fort Myers, FL 239.277.0009 LIVING ROOM SCONCES The Brighton Collection Fairfield, NJ 973.227.5280
MILLWORK Perry Woodworks & Construction Phoenix, AZ 480.419.0942 PANTRY CHANDELIER ArtsyLights, LLC New York, NY 212.759.9672 POOL Daniel J. Goss & Associates, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 602.763.7876 SLATE ROOF Collum Roofing, Inc. Phoenix, AZ 602.437.1184
STONE & TILE FLOORS Craftsman Court Ceramics Scottsdale, AZ 480.970.6611 UPHOLSTERY European Custom Upholstery and Woodcraft Mfg. Phoenix, AZ 602.263.5516 WALNUT FLOORS Timberwood Floors Scottsdale, AZ 480.588.6752 WINDOWS Dimensional Millwork Mesa, AZ 480.966.0643 ZINC ROOF Metal Works Phoenix, AZ 602.323.0560
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ARCHITECTURE Biegner-Murff Architects, LLC Phoenix, AZ 602.252.5692 BATH FILLER Kallista Clyde Hardware Phoenix, AZ 602.264.2106 BATHROOM FLOOR Exquisite Surfaces Beverly Hills, CA 310.659.4580 BEDROOM LAMPS Lucca Antiques Los Angeles, CA 310.657.7800 BEDROOM RUG Stark Chicago, IL 312.329.9043 BEDSIDE TABLES Dennis & Leen Dean Warren Scottsdale, AZ 480.990.9233
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CABINETS Charles Jacobsen, Inc. Culver City, CA 310.815.9250
DINING TABLE Custom Dessin Fournir Kneedler-Fauchère West Hollywood, CA 310.855.1313
TABLE LAMP Therien & Co. Los Angeles, CA 310.657.4615
ARTWORK Esteban Vicente Riva Yares Gallery Scottsdale, AZ 480.947.3251
A R C H I T E C T U R E Biegner-Murff Architects, LLC H O M E B U I L D E R Desert Star Construction, Inc. I N T E R I O R D E S I G N David Michael Miller Associates
CABINETRY Chadwick Design Phoenix, AZ 623.330.0859 ENTRY ARTWORK Doug & Mike Starn Lisa Sette Gallery Scottsdale, AZ 480.990.7342 HOME AUTOMATION Elite Integration Phoenix, AZ 623.587.1950
KITCHEN BARSTOOLS Rose Tarlow Melrose House John Brooks, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.675.8828 KITCHEN CABINETRY Christopher Peacock Cabinetry West Hollywood, CA 310.854.7222
HOME BUILDER Desert Star Construction, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.951.4425
KITCHEN CHAIR FABRIC Michael S. Smith, Inc. John Brooks, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.675.8828
INTERIOR DESIGN David Michael Miller Associates Scottsdale, AZ 480.425.7545
KITCHEN CHAIRS Michael Taylor Designs Los Angeles, CA 310.360.8118
KITCHEN BANQUETTE FABRIC Carlton V Town Denver, CO 303.282.8696
KITCHEN CHANDELIER Niermann Weeks Millersville, MD 410.923.0123
KITCHEN CLAY POTS Antiquities, LLC Scottsdale, AZ 480.556.0303 KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS Stockett Tile & Granite Company Phoenix, AZ 623.344.8400 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Berghoff Design Group Scottsdale, AZ 480.481.3433 LIVING ROOM CHAIR FABRIC TylerGraphic Thomas Lavin West Hollywood, CA 310.278.2456 LIVING ROOM COFFEE TABLE Mattaliano Furniture Holly Hunt Chicago, IL 312.661.1900
LIVING ROOM FLOOR LAMP Randolph & Hein Los Angeles, CA 323.233.6010 LIVING ROOM SOFA FABRIC Nancy Corzine Los Angeles, CA 310.652.4859 OVEN HOOD Abbaka Range Hoods Bodega Bay, CA 800.548.3932 PATIO FURNITURE Murray’s Iron Works Los Angeles, CA 310.289.3587 PATIO FURNITURE FABRIC Perennials Inside/Out Showrooms, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.994.1060
RED & SILVER CHAIR Rose Tarlow Melrose House Los Angeles, CA 323.651.2202 SKYLIGHTS Freelite Phoenix, AZ 602.233.1981 WOOD FLOORS Premiere Wood Floors, Inc. Phoenix, AZ 480.991.3393 WROUGHT IRON Accent Design & Manufacturing Phoenix, AZ 602.253.2555
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TABLETOP BeamsDesign Silver City, NM 602.793.5532
BENCH LEATHER Arpel Leather Corp. High Point, NC 336.885.2424
SOFA FABRIC Osborne & Little Dean Warren Scottsdale, AZ 480.990.9233
ARTWORK Kyle Cody Beverly Hills, CA 310.497.7175
CONSOLE Earth & Images Scottsdale, AZ 480.596.0498
H O M E B U I L D E R Identity Construction LLC I N T E R I O R D E S I G N Friedman & Shields Associates L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T U R E Duo Design Group
BATHROOM RUG Azadi Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.4600 BATHROOM VANITY BENCH Vilma Besch Scottsdale, AZ 480.213.7167 BEDDING FABRIC Pindler & Pindler, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.874.0744 BEDDING FABRICATION Jeanne’s Workroom Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.315.0123 BEDROOM SIDE TABLE Ladlow’s Fine Furniture Scottsdale, AZ 480.609.5000 BREAKFAST AREA CHAIRS Walters Wicker Teterboro, NJ 201.567.2000
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BREAKFAST AREA TABLE BASE Blue Horizons Woodworking & Design Phoenix, AZ 602.253.8938 COUNTERTOPS Montana Tile and Granite Company Glendale, AZ 623.915.1300 DINING AREA CHAIR FABRIC Pollack JW Harris, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.425.9393 DINING AREA CHAIRS All Wood Treasures Co. Tempe, AZ 480.921.4100 DINING AREA GINGER JARS Brix Home Scottsdale, AZ 480.355.6050
DINING AREA TABLETOP Ronald Gill Trappings Scottsdale, AZ 480.941.1334
KITCHEN BACKSPLASH TILE Tres Feltman Ann Sacks Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.0025
LIVING ROOM COFFEE TABLE Mimi London John Brooks, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.675.8828
SITTING AREA TRIPOD TABLETOP Old World Tile & Granite Co. Scottsdale, AZ 480.483.0608
DOORS Scottsdale Custom Building Material Scottsdale, AZ 480.948.4697
KITCHEN CABINET HARDWARE Rocky Mountain Hardware Flair Supply Company Scottsdale, AZ 480.596.8595
LIVING ROOM LAMP C.J. Welch North, Inc. San Francisco, CA 415.864.1700
UPHOLSTERY Classic Custom Upholstery Scottsdale, AZ 480.348.9377
FOYER ARTWORK Cathy Locke San Francisco, CA 415.328.3562 HOME AUTOMATION Lutron Ironwood Lighting and Solar Phoenix, AZ 602.291.4798 HOME BUILDER Identity Construction LLC Scottsdale, AZ 480.948.1030 INTERIOR DESIGN Friedman & Shields Associates Scottsdale, AZ 480.922.4521
KITCHEN CHANDELIER 2nd Ave. Lighting Alexander • Sinclair Scottsdale, AZ 480.423.8000 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Duo Design Group Phoenix, AZ 602.433.1174 LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION Desert Earth Works Phoenix, AZ 602.326.9932
MOTORIZED WINDOW SHADES Mr. P’s Blind & Shade Company, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.947.1854
WINDOWS Johnson Windows & Doors Phoenix, AZ 623.434.1400
PATIO FURNITURE Inside/Out Showrooms, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ 480.994.1060
WOOD COLUMNS T.W.M. Custom Homes & Framing Wickenburg, AZ 602.501.8077
RAILINGS Colletti Design Tempe, AZ 480.922.4500
WOOD FLOORS Timberland Hardwood Floors Glendale, AZ 602.818.7654
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SUBTLE SEPARATION Just as interiors are divided into rooms, so, too, should this method be applied to the outdoors. Scott Byron, landscape architect and CEO of Lake Bluff, Illinois-based Scott Byron & Company, designated areas on this terrace for different activities. “There’s a small lounging space by the barbecue, a larger dining area and a more intimate sitting spot,” he says. “It’s a very large terrace, so we had to find a way to create a sense of intimacy through furniture placement and scale.”
PICTURE SPOT Having a high-rise terrace in a large city is a luxury many choose The 31-inch depth of this reclaimed teak planter allows for strong root growth of plantings in less forgiving environments. Reclaimed Teak Flower Pot, price available upon request; halostyles.com
to enjoy. Accordingly, Byron always bases his design concepts for high-rise projects on one thing—the scenery. “Everything you do on a terrace is about the views,” he says. “A successful landscape design is kept very simple. It’s not about adding layers of stuff so much as it is about taking the layers away.” Minimal and unfussy plantings, furniture and accessories work best, as shown in the scene at right, featuring Janus et Cie’s Amalfi II collection, surrounded by crabapple, lilac and boxwood.
WIND POWER Chicagoans know their beloved habitat isn’t dubbed the Windy City without reason. As a landscape architect, Byron must consider these weather extremes. “On higher floors, we have to design a space that would hold up if it were to be hit Thin, elongated legs provide a delicate touch to Janus et Cie’s powder-coated stainless steel sofa from the Amalfi II collection. Deep Tuxedo Sofa, price available upon request; janusetcie.com
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with a Category 4 hurricane,” he says. For this project, that meant heavy wrought-iron furniture and deep, sturdy wooden planters that allow the roots of the plantings to penetrate far below the top of the soil.
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Deep planters made of ipe, a South American hardwood, are durable enough to survive the winter climate and strong Chicago winds.
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POOL VIEW The open-air cabana of this Newport Coast, California, estate, featuring a coffee table from Paul Ferrante and chairs from Palecek, connects two wings of the home.
DUAL HOUSE Midwestern artist Ken Rausch created this vivid outdoor painting on a copper “canvas” for Frontgate. Original Copper Outdoor Art, from $199; frontgate.com
It’s not hard to imagine a night spent outdoors when the luxuries of the interiors are present. In the pool house at right, Sheldon Harte, principal of Laguna Beach, California’s Harte Brownlee & Associates, along with Irvine, California’s EBTA Architects, incorporated such elements as radiant floor heating and retractable doors that close to the outside on command. “The structure allows people the luxury of being outside but not exposed to the elements of sun and moisture,” Harte says. “But it can also be used as auxiliary guest space.”
COMFORT ZONE Fortunately for homeowners, no longer does the “outdoor-friendly” label mean you must sacrifice comfort. “Outdoor furnishings have come so far in recent years,” Harte says. “They handle much better, Los Angeles designer Kristen Buckingham’s first line of outdoor furnishings includes this intricate piece, shown in traditional teak. Laurent Étagère, $19,500; kristenbuckingham.com
and there are so many more options in material and style.” With a plethora of possibilities—from canvas and acrylic fabrics to wood, wicker and steel furnishings to outdoor paintings, sculpture and lighting—transforming the outdoors into an extension of the home is effortless.
WEATHER REPORT Combating the everyday sun and moisture of a coastal Southern California property is best achieved through covered environments with means for temperature control. But, Harte says, that’s not the only weather concern he’s dealt with. “The Santa Ana winds can wreak havoc on exposed furniture and plants, particularly on Inspired by Roman architecture, this chair from Brown Jordan comprises hand-forged aluminum. Florentine Lounge Chair, price available upon request; brownjordan.com
the coast.” Securing loose chairs, chaises and planters, or bringing them inside when the winds get strong, is essential to protect pieces from damage.
Dress up the outdoors with original artwork atop copper or all-weather canvas for the complete decorated feeling of an interior living room.
Potted flowers and plants serve as a living accessory to an outdoor room and are best incorporated early on in the design plan.
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Tumbled, antique travertine floors outfitted with radiant heating provide an attractive and comfortable flooring option.
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DINNER PARTY The rear terrace of this Coral Gables, Florida, estate comfortably seats 10 at a glass-topped dining table set atop cast stone bases from Sutherland Furniture.
PERFECT MATCH Soak up the sun’s rays on a handcrafted premium-teak and woven-wicker chaise lounge from Giati. Tessuto Chaise Lounge, price available upon request; giati.com
Every South Florida waterfront home begs for ample outdoor lounging space, and this Tuscan-style structure by interior designer Carola Hinojosa, principal at Miami’s Hinojosa Design Studio, and Miami architect Ramon Pacheco, of Ramon Pacheco & Associates, Architect and Planner, is no exception. “We aimed to create a very relaxed and calm atmosphere,” Hinojosa says. The spacious rear terrace features stone columns, light-walnut travertine flooring and contrasting dark wood beams on the ceiling.
SOCIAL NETWORK Designed to be enjoyed alone or with the owners’ frequent guests, the terrace is equipped with a variety of seating options, including Jeffrey Court’s crushed glass mosaics are perfect for dressing up an accent wall behind a grill or outdoor kitchen. Wisdom Crushed Mood Glass, price available upon request; jeffreycourt.com
single chaise lounges by the pool, space for two dining rooms—one more formal and the other casual—and a lounge area. Outdoor kitchen and bar areas allow the hosts the freedom to stay near their guests. “I encourage my clients to enjoy the outdoors as much as they can,” Hinojosa says. “That’s what living in Florida is all about.”
MATERIAL WORLD Though it’s easy to enjoy an outdoor living room, South Floridians must take heed of the furnishings they opt to leave outside. “Choosing the correct materials is essential for the outdoors in Florida,” Hinojosa says. “Avoid any metals, unless they are powder Sutherland Furniture’s dining table features a teak top with lazy Susan attachment. Cast Stone Base Dining Table, price available upon request; sutherlandfurniture.com
coated or protected, due to the risk of oxidation.” The humid climate of South Florida works best with wood, stone and outdoor-friendly fabrics, as evident in Hinojosa’s selections of the teak Sutherland furniture and fabric from Perennials seen here.
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NATURAL GROWTH The uneven terrain of Colorado often brings with it architectural hurdles. In this case, it was an old-growth Ponderosa pine located centrally in the site’s building envelope. “Challenges often represent opportunities for extraordinary design solutions,” says Valerie Alexander Yaw, principal at Aspen’s Bluegreen. “We chose to preserve the tree and design the home around this great specimen.” Staying true to the environment, Yaw repurposed materials from the site and sourced local stone, boulders and wood for the outdoor living spaces.
CREATIVE FORCE Working closely with nature warrants plenty of opportunities to Upholster pillows and cushions in hues evocative of nature, such as those in this turquoise striped fabric from Perennials. Jake Stripe, Agave, price available upon request; perennialsfabrics.com
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baldWin 800-566-1986 www.baldwinhardware.com
WoodcaSe fine cabineTry 8340 East Raintree, Suite B8 Scottsdale, AZ .....480-948-0756 www.woodcaseinc.net
randel Jacob deSiGn Group 2980 North Swan Road, Suite 222 Tucson, AZ ............520-321-0220 www.randeljacob.com
Sun valley bronze
rinGS of Wood 1936 West Weymouth Street Tucson, AZ ...........520-792-0056 www.ringsofwood.net WoodeSiGn 3234 East Corona Avenue Phoenix, AZ................602-305-9550 www.woodesign.us
doors & windows
Sub-zero 800-222-7820 www.subzero.com
robineTTe archiTecTS, inc. 1670 East River Road, Suite 112 Tucson, AZ ........... 520-323-3979 www.robinettearchitect.com
Sub-zero Wolf 15570 North 83rd Way Scottsdale, AZ ......... 480-921-0900 www.subzerowolfsouthwest.com
SoloWay deSiGnS, inc. 7532 North La Cholla Boulevard Tucson, AZ .........520-219-6302 www.soloway-designs.com
cabineT deSiGn by david WiTTine 1727 East Deer Valley Drive Phoenix, AZ..........623-810-1290
archiTecTural TradiTionS 9280 East Old Vail Road Tucson, AZ ............. 520-574-7374 www.architecturaltraditions.com
urban deSiGn aSSociaTeS 8150 North 86th Place Scottsdale, AZ ....... 480-905-1212 www.udaltd.com
rio Sonora crafTSMen 6741 Thornydale, Suite 127 Tucson, AZ ............. 520-407-6922 www.riosonoracraftsmen.com
krauSch archiTecTural WindoWS & doorS 1141 West Grant, Suite 105 Tucson, AZ .......... 520-623-2249 www.kawdaz.com
burdeTTe cabineT co. 3941 North Higley Road Mesa, AZ ..............480-830-8818 www.burdettecabinets.com
nanaWall 888-226-0488 www.nanawall.com
Grizzly iron, inc. 1329 West Lincoln Street Phoenix, AZ......... 602-716-9660 www.grizzlyiron.com
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furniture & accessories
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az cuSToM deSiGnS 15023 North 73rd Street, Suite 103 Scottsdale, AZ ...........480-659-6440
carliSle Wide plank floorS 800-595-9663 www.wideplankflooring.com
holler & SaunderS Nogales, AZ ..............520-841-1249 www.hollersaunders.com
calvin fabricS 888-732-1996 www.calvinfabrics.com
david e. adler, inc. 7350 North Dobson Road, Suite 108 Scottsdale, AZ .........480-513-3200 www.davideadler.com
baker + heSSeldenz deSiGn 8125 East Moonstone Drive Tucson, AZ ................520-760-0037 www.bakerhesseldenz.com
hollo collecTion 141 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ ................... 520-300-5351
deSiGn SurfaceS, llc 480-946-2565 www.designsurfacesllc.com
berMan roSeTTi 310-476-6242 www.bermanrosetti.com
hudSon furniTure, inc. 419 West 14th Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY ......... 212-645-7800 www.hudsonfurniture.com
donGhia 256 Washington Street Mount Vernon, NY ...... 914-662-2377 www.donghia.com
floor STyleS 480-421-0221 www.floorstyles.com
bernhardT 1839 Morganton Boulevard SW Lenoir, NC..............888-801-1889 www.bernhardt.com
J. roberT ScoTT 500 North Oak Street Inglewood, CA ...........310-680-4380 www.jrobertscott.com
floorinG reSourceS 480-991-9605 www.flooringresourcesinc.com
Jack peSarcyk aSSociaTeS, llc 480-947-6582 www.jpallc.us
fabricuT 800-763-0524 www.stroheim.com
John brookS 480-675-8828 www.johnbrooksinc.com
kyle bunTinG, inc. 512-264-1148 www.kylebunting.com
colonial fronTierS 244 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ ....................520-622-7400
la caSa Mexicana 204 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ ...................520-624-1420
Moore & GileS 800-737-0169 www.mooreandgilesinc.com
pariS ceraMicS 888-845-3487 www.parisceramicsusa.com
color QueST 480-675-8830
lee induSTrieS 800-892-7150 www.furniturebylee.com
ruG Gallery 1825 East River Road Tucson, AZ ..............520-571-7847 Ruggallerynet@gmail.com
diSTincTive inTeriorS and deSiGn 8950 East Indian Bend Road Scottsdale, AZ ......... 480-278-8933 www.distinctiveaz.com
rhino lininGS 4994 North 12th Street Phoenix, AZ............602-482-8200 www.rhinoaz.com
Tufenkian 800-470-6318 www.tufenkian.com
fieSTa furniShinGS 15320 Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ ......... 480-951-3239 www.fiestafurnishings.com
MaiTland-SMiTh 1925 Eastchester Drive Highpoint, NC .......... 336-812-2400 www.maitland-smith.com
rhino lininGS 1802 West Grant Road, Suite 104 Tucson, AZ ........ 520-888-2480 www.tucsonrhinolinings.com
zocallo Group/ az ruG coMpany 15505 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ ........ 480-797-0000 www.arizonarug.com
GiorGeTTi 888-836-9100 www.giorgettiusa.com
MaST 299 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ .................520-720-0299
aGa John orienTal ruGS 480-443-0345 www.agajohnrugs.com
zocallo Group/ blackhaWk floorS inc. 15507 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 150 Scottsdale, AZ ........ 480-595-9554 www.blackhawkfloors.com
Global hoMe (induS deSiGn iMporTS) 2230 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ............... 602-957-2776 www.globalhomeaz.com
MiTchell Gold + bob WilliaMS 800-789-5401 www.mgbwhome.com
Goodall Wood creaTionS 2215 West Parkside Lane Phoenix, AZ....................623.879.6300 www.goodallwoodcreations.com
MoTo arT 310-375-4531 www.motoart.com
old brazil 228 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ .................. 520-360-6623
alyShaan fine ruGS 15125 North Hayden Road, Suite 110 Scottsdale, AZ ........ 480-607-4955 www.alyshaan.com azadi fine ruGS 7001 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 124 Phoenix, AZ ...............480-483-4600 www.azadifinerugs.com
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arroyo deSiGn 215 North Hoff Avenue, Suite 127 Tucson, AZ ........ 520-884-1012 www.arroyo-design.com
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home builders & remodelers
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pearSon 1420 Progress Avenue Highpoint, NC ...........336-882-8135 www.pearsoncompany.com
coSTello childS 2724 North 68th Street, Suite 1 Scottsdale, AZ ....... 480-949-2701 www.costellochildsart.com
Mra hoMeS 10559 North 119th Place Scottsdale, AZ ........ 480-451-9899 www.mrahomes.com
perry deSiGn and ManufacTurinG 610 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ .............. 520-884-5152 www.perry-design.com
GeberT conTeMporary 7160 Main Street Scottsdale, AZ ..............480-429-0711 www.gebertartaz.com
red Moon cuSToM hoMeS 28145 North 91st Street Scottsdale, AZ .......... 480-947-9253 www.redmoonhomes.com
peTroGlyphS 212 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ ...................520-628-4764
interior design showrooms
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The arizona deSiGn cenTer 7350 North Dobson Road Scottsdale, AZ ....... 480-949-1990 www.arizonadesigncenter.com
rJ Gurley cuSToM hoMeS 8707 East Vista Bonita Drive, Suite 140 Scottsdale, AZ .........480-473-7300 www.rjgurley.com
Schaefer deSiGn Group 1121 East Adelaide Drive Tucson, AZ .......520-615-5050 www.barbaraschaeferdesign.com
rinGS of Wood, llc 1936 West Weymouth Street Tucson, AZ ............. 520-792-0056 www.ringsofwood.net
auToMaTion SpecialiSTS, inc. 4237 East Grant Road Tucson, AZ .........520-299-6838 www.automationspecialists.net
SalciTo cuSToM hoMeS 20909 North 90th Place, Suite 202 Scottsdale, AZ .......... 480-585-5065 www.salcito.com
SpaceS inTerior deSiGn 1733 East McKellips Road Suite 103 Tempe, AZ ......... 480-994-0833 www.spacesinteriordesign.com
SouThWeST furniTure & deSiGn 212 South Park Avenue Tucson, AZ .................. 520-461-1341
cyber Sound & SecuriTy 16559 North 92nd Street, Suite 115 Scottsdale, AZ ....... 480-483-6900 www.cybersound.tv
ScoTTSdale arizona cuSToM hoMe builderS/Sidi 8700 East Pinnacle Peak Road, Suite 221 Scottsdale, AZ ......... 480-488-3645 www.azchb.com
aShley p deSiGnS 8150 North 86th Place Scottsdale, AZ ..............480-367-1156 www.ashleypdesigns.com
The Modern fan coMpany 888-588-3267 www.modernfan.com
zocallo Group/ lMc hoMe enTerTainMenT lTd 15507 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 135 Scottsdale, AZ ........ 480-403-0011 www.lmche.com
Sun valley inTeriorS 602-381-1289 www.sunvalleyinteriors.com
baker + heSSeldenz deSiGn 8125 East Moonstone Drive Tucson, AZ ............... 520-760-0037 www.bakerhesseldenz.com
The Mn collecTion, llc 480-946-2664 www.themncollection.com
home builders & remodelers
home theater design
blueSeedS 4108 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ................602-952-1342 www.blueseeds.net
ThinGz 15125 North Hayden Road, Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ ............ 480-368-8111 www.thingzcontemporary.com
caSaS del oSo 7950 East Acoma Drive, Suite 104 Scottsdale, AZ ..............480-502-8408 www.casasdeloso.com
auToMaTion SpecialiSTS, inc. 4237 East Grant Road Tucson, AZ .........520-299-6838 www.automationspecialists.net
charleS Glover inTeriorS 9170 East Bahia Drive, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ .........480-478-6652 www.charlesgloverinteriors.com
uSona 113 South 16th Street Philadelphia, PA ...... 215-496-0440 www.usonahome.com
fhp builderS llc 15333 North Pima Road Suite 275 Scottsdale, AZ .... 480-797-9678 www.oldpuebloadobe.net
daGr deSiGn Scottsdale, AZ ........ 602-953-4807 www.dagrdesign.com
eST eST, inc. 17770 North Pacesetter Way Scottsdale, AZ .......... 480-563-1555 www.estestinc.com
vi-SprinG 866-611-1199 www.vispring.com
hilliS bolTe 8080 East Gelding Drive, Suite 109 Scottsdale, AZ ............480-990-7979 www.hillisbolte.com
zocallo Group/ lMc hoMe enTerTainMenT lTd 15507 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 135 Scottsdale, AZ ..........480-403-0011 www.lmche.com
inTerior STudio Group/ deSiGn direcTiveS 8340 East Raintree, Building D Scottsdale, AZ .......... 480-443-4800 www.susanherskerasid.com
zocallo Group/ creaTive leaTher 15501 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ .........602-337-7000 www.creativeleather.com
luSTer conSTrucTion 14850 North Scottsdale Road Suite 295 Scottsdale, AZ ............. 480-304-5525 www.lustercustomhomes.com
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exQuiSiTe deSiGn oriGinalS Gallery 78 Main Street Old Bisbee, AZ ..... 520-432-5013 exquisitedesignoriginals.com
Mccaleb conSTrucTion, inc. 6565 East Grant Road Tucson, AZ .............. 520-323-2100 www.mccalebconstruction.com
Moâ€™S Gallery and fine fraMinG 3650 East Fort Lowell Tucson, AZ ........... 520-795-8226 www.mosgallery.com
MileSTone hoMeS 3615 North Prince Village Place Suite 141 Tucson, AZ ............520-322-6336 www.milestone-homes.com
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inTerior STudio Group/ denniS JohnSon inTeriorS 8340 East Raintree, Building D Scottsdale, AZ ........... 480-443-4800 www.dennisjohnsoninteriors.com
SancTuary caMelback MounTain 5700 East McDonald Drive Paradise Valley, AZ ... 480-948-2100 www.sanctuaryaz.com
interior design showrooms
ScoTTSdale deSiGn diSTricT 68th Street and Thomas Scottsdale, AZ www.scottsdaledesigndistrict.com
inTerior STudio Group/ SaMarTziS MincheW deSiGn 8340 East Raintree, Building D Scottsdale, AZ ........... 480-443-4800 www.samartzisminchewdesign.com inTerior STudio Group/ SeSShu deSiGn aSSociaTeS 8340 East Raintree, Building D Scottsdale, AZ ...........480-443-4800 www.sesshudesign.com JaneT brookS deSiGn 8701 East Vista Bonita Drive, Suite 115 Scottsdale, AZ ....480-776-2700 www.janetbrooksdesign.com
4108 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85018 P: (602) 952-1342 www.blueseeds.net
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lori carroll & aSSociaTeS 2496 East River Road, Suite 100 Tucson, AZ ............520-886-3443 www.loricarroll.com
benTWood luxury kiTchenS www.bentwoodkitchens.com
one poSh place 5625 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ................. 480-941-8054 www.oneposhplaceaz.com
benJaMin Supply 440 Seventh Avenue Tucson, AZ ..................520-777-7000 www.benjaminsupply.com
oWnby deSiGn 13825 North Northsight Boulevard Suite 120 Scottsdale, AZ .......... 480-575-8448 www.ownbydesign.com
bulThaup 4225 North Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ ............480-945-5500 www.bulthaup.com
pearSon & coMpany 7022 East Main Street Scottsdale, AZ ........... 602-840-6447 www.pearsonandcompany.com
porTobello 7293 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ .......... 480-584-3435
brizo 55 East 111th Street, P.O. Box 40980 Indianapolis, IN 877-356-BRIZO (2749) www.brizo.com
planT SoluTionS 7255 East Adobe Drive, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ ......... 480-585-9501 www.plantsolutions.com
robinSon perry deSiGn Group 610 South Park Tucson, AZ ......... 520-628-9500 www.robinsonperrydesign.com
eGGerSMann uSa 800-276-1239 firstname.lastname@example.org www.eggersmannusa.com
rochelle rubin deSiGn reSource 3035 North Swan Road Tucson, AZ ...........520-323-6666 www.rochellerubindesign.com
ferGuSon baTh, kiTchen & liGhTinG Gallery Scottsdale, AZ ........ 480-556-0103 www.ferguson.com
bevolo 504-522-9485 www.bevolo.com
GloSTer furniTure 866-GLOSTER www.gloster.com
Suzanne bierS harrinGTon 8234 East Wing Shadow Road Scottsdale, AZ ............. 602-999-1550
ferGuSon baTh, kiTchen & liGhTinG Gallery Tucson, AZ ............. 520-575-7320 www.ferguson.com
fine arT laMpS 5772 Miami Lakes Drive East Miami, FL ...................305-821-3850 www.fineartlamps.com
Maly & aSSociaTeS, inc. 4729 East Sunrise Drive, Suite 312 Tucson, AZ ............ 520-299-0856 www.malyandassociates.com
The deSiGn collecTive Group 623-236-2484 www.thedesigncollectivegroup.com
inax uSa inc. www.inax-usa.com
haMMerTon liGhTinG 888-973-8095 www.hammerton.com
paddy o’furniTure 18540 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ ..........480-619-5474 www.paddyo.com
vallone deSiGn inc. 7007 East Third Avenue Scottsdale, AZ ...........480-421-2799 www.vallonedesign.com
krafTMaid 800-861-1986 www.KraftMaid.com
hinkley’S liGhTinG 4620 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ ......... 602-279-6267 www.hinkleyslighting.com
planT SoluTionS 7255 East Adobe Drive, Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ ............. 480-585-8501 www.plantsolutions.com
WiSeMan and Gale 4015 North Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ ......... 480-945-8447 www.wisemanandgale.com
neWporT braSS 949-417-5207 www.newportbrass.com
zocallo Group/ preMier liGhTinG 15507 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 140 Scottsdale, AZ .......... 623-907-2669 www.shoppremier.com
SuMMiT furniTure 831-375-7811 www.summitfurniture.com
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poGGenpohl 800-987-0553 email@example.com www.poggenpohl.com
clyde hardWare coMpany, inc. 331 South Olsen Avenue Tucson, AZ ............ 520-622-6431 www.clydehardware.net
rohl 800-777-9762 www.rohlhome.com
clyde hardWare coMpany, inc. 4808 North 15th Street Phoenix, AZ ...........602-264-2106 www.clydehardware.com
able diSTribuTinG 9015 East Pima Center Parkway Suite 150 Scottsdale, AZ ..... 480-302-6220 www.ablekitchenbath.com
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215-604-1350 firstname.lastname@example.org www.siematic.com
exTeriorS by chad roberT, inc. 2001 North Third Street, Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ .......... 602-252-6775 www.exteriors-cr.com
valerianne of ScoTTSdale 6922 East Main Street Scottsdale, AZ .......480-946-8772 www.valerianne.com
cloSeT TrendS 3110 North First Avenue Tucson, AZ .........520-325-1880 www.closettrendsaz.com
california cloSeTS 21430 North 15th Lane, Suite 116 Phoenix, AZ .............623-434-8888 www.californiaclosets.com california cloSeTS 4061 West Costco Place, Suite 101 Tucson, AZ .............. 520-884-1105 www.californiaclosets.com
arTScapeS STone SculpTure 8402 North 84th Street Scottsdale, AZ ..... 480-314-4468 www.artscapesinc.net caluco 702 Jessie Street San Fernando, CA .... 866-535-6558 www.caluco.com
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baxTer iMaGinG, llc. 623-876-1583 www.baxterimaging.com
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stone & tile
anTolini luiGi www.antoliniusa.com
arTeSana Tile 2301 East Speedway Boulevard Tucson, AZ ..............520-319-1777 www.artesanatile.com
SiciS 877-839-8900 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sicis.com
bridGevieW condoMiniuMS 140 East Rio Salado Pkwy., Suite 102 Tempe, AZ ...............480-966-5253 www.bridgeviewazcondos.com
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azTec Marble & GraniTe 1234 South Eighth Street Phoenix, AZ.................. 602-244-9091 www.aztecmg.com
luxury porTfolio fine properTy collecTion www.luxuryportfolio.com
papaGno’S Marble & GraniTe 15716 North 76th Street Scottsdale, AZ ......480-948-4282 www.papagnos.com
canTera cuSToM creaTionS 4818 East Speedway Boulevard Tucson, AZ ............520-326-6051 www.canteracustomcreations.com
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picaSSo Tile & deSiGn 126 West Forest Grove Avenue Phoenix, AZ........... 602-225-0525 www.picassotile.com
clineS naTural STone coMpany 2058 West Rose Garden Lane Phoenix, AZ.................. 623-516-1516 www.clinesnaturalstone.com
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