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DESIG N & R EA LT Y on the market Floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of the Valley make these two Scottsdale homes a sight to see. By Lauren Swanson View From THE TOP Curve Appeal Designed by famed FAIA Architect Will Bruder, this 5,387-square-foot stunner boasts multiple vignettes for showcasing a handsome collection of artwork and modern furniture. e four-bedroom, ve-bathroom home sits atop Mummy Mountain and drinks up its arresting views of beautiful Paradise Valley below. For the courtyard, the former owners tapped artist Mayme Kratz and architect Mark Ryan to produce a custom sculpture wall that glows a ery red-orange in the outdoor space. e home is fully automated with audio and visual controls for seamless operation. Concrete oors and countertops keep the color palette neutral to allow maximum attention to the 360-degree views through the glass walls. “It certainly is one of the most expressive celebrations of architecture in the region,” says listing agent Scott Jarson of azarchitecture/ Jarson & Jarson. LOCATION 6030 E. Hummingbird Lane, Paradise Valley PRICE TAG Listed at $3.7 million CONTACT Scott Jarson and Debbie Jarson, 480.425.9300, info@azarchitecture.com, azarchitecture.com LOCATION 40837 N. 97th St., Scottsdale PRICE TAG Listed at $4.29 million CONTACT Tami Henderson and Scott F. Nauman, 480. 488 .9974, tami.henderson@outlook.com or sfnaumann@gmail.com, desertmountainrealestate.co 86 S C O T T S DA L E M A Y/ J U N E 2 0 1 6 PHOTO OF PARADISE VALLEY HOME BY HIGH RES MEDIA, LLC Award-winning architect Gordon Rogers has a breathtaking ability to design homes that are not only sculptural but functional. Soaring wood-panel ceilings create large, open space while vast expanses of window pull inward the gorgeous views of Geronimo and Chiricahua golf courses. Overhangs serve the dual purpose of adding beautiful lines to the home while shielding the living space from harsh sunlight. At night, the recessed lighting sprinkled about the vaulted ceilings and around the perimeter of the house almost look like a starry sky, with solar panels supplying the energy. Entertain friends in the Sub-Zero and Wolf-equipped kitchen, or enjoy a movie night in the eight-seat media room. e 1,800-square-foot garage accommodates up to eight cars—perfect for collectors. Right Angles

Design & Realty On The Market

Lauren Swanson

Floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of the Valley make these two Scottsdale homes a sight to see.

Right Angles

Award-winning architect Gordon Rogers has a breathtaking ability to design homes that are not only sculptural but functional. Soaring wood-panel ceilings create large, open space while vast expanses of window pull inward the gorgeous views of Geronimo and Chiricahua golf courses. Overhangs serve the dual purpose of adding beautiful lines to the home while shielding the living space from harsh sunlight. At night, the recessed lighting sprinkled about the vaulted ceilings and around the perimeter of the house almost look like a starry sky, with solar panels supplying the energy. Entertain friends in the Sub-Zero and Wolf-equipped kitchen, or enjoy a movie night in the eight-seat media room. The 1,800-square-foot garage accommodates up to eight cars—perfect for collectors.

LOCATION 40837 N. 97th St., Scottsdale

PRICE TAG Listed at $4.29 million

CONTACT Tami Henderson and Scott F. Nauman, 480. 488 .9974, tami.henderson@outlook.com or sfnaumann@gmail.com, desertmountainrealestate.co

Curve Appeal

Designed by famed FAIA Architect Will Bruder, this 5,387-square-foot stunner boasts multiple vignettes for showcasing a handsome collection of artwork and modern furniture. The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home sits atop Mummy Mountain and drinks up its arresting views of beautiful Paradise Valley below. For the courtyard, the former owners tapped artist Mayme Kratz and architect Mark Ryan to produce a custom sculpture wall that glows a fiery red-orange in the outdoor space. The home is fully automated with audio and visual controls for seamless operation. Concrete floors and countertops keep the color palette neutral to allow maximum attention to the 360-degree views through the glass walls. “It certainly is one of the most expressive celebrations of architecture in the region,” says listing agent Scott Jarson of azarchitecture/Jarson & Jarson.

LOCATION 6030 E. Hummingbird Lane, Paradise Valley

PRICE TAG Listed at $3.7 million

CONTACT Scott Jarson and Debbie Jarson, 480.425.9300, info@azarchitecture.com, azarchitecture.com

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