This home, designed by Lightfoot Architecture, has breathtaking vistas and wild terrain that are literally at the backdoor. Steel elements, offering incredible durability, are complimented with the warmth of wood features and a simple, cleanly-executed material palette and clean lines both inside and outside.
The 2000sf floor plan utilizes islands of function and privacy to maximize livability while minimizing the building’s footprint. The home has a master bedroom with en-suite bath, open kitchen, dining, and living room space, a powder room/bath, desk nook, and laundry on the main floor. Upstairs, there are 2 bedrooms and a bath.
The beautiful desert light and rugged scenery of this home are accentuated by a ‘permeable’ floor plan: transparent breezeways allow you to see through to the living areas to the vistas beyond. In addition to thoughtful window and skylight placement, a solar courtyard provides an intimately scaled outdoor room and maximizes year-round outdoor living potential.