Transforming Villas into Handcrafted Art
Perched high above the desert floor, this exclusive community of homes was designed specifically to take full advantage of close indoor/outdoor relationships, to showcase panoramic views and directional breezes. Adjacent mountains sweep across the site, and varied massing combined with rustic stone and wood beams recall historic European hill-towns. Each of the three plans incorporates multiple courtyards and porticos with a centralized, formal entry experience. The interplay of interior volumes articulates natural light and dramatic textures. Public and private spaces have been carefully zoned, to provide pockets of seclusion, balanced with generous entertainment areas. Inclusion of multiple water features combined with indigenous landscape seamlessly blend with the architecture to create a stunning sense of place among the rugged desert terrain.
Eldorado Stone featured: Veneto Fieldledge
Eldorado Brick featured: Brolio RomaBrick
Architect: Steve Sennikoff
Architecture Firm: Mark Scheurer Architect
Mason: Dan Stringer Masonry