Flagstaff House – Centre Sky Architecture – Arizona Architect

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Our focal project is the biggest rendering in the top left corner of Flagstaff House in Flagstaff, Arizona. The rendering is done by Ken Harvey, it is in the review process and we can’t be more excited about where we are at so far and what is to come! We are excited about our precense in arizona and hope to continue as a key arizona architect selection for custom homes.

Here is a little about Flagstaff House:

This is going to be a very “cool” house for a client that requires the project to have Asian and Mountain West influences and to be a rustic skinned and modern form. As stated, heavy influences from the clients ties to Indonesia will give this project a “one of a kind’ style. Initial design charette with the client has started to develop the main level plan and how the spaces will interact with the site and other adjacent spaces. Exterior courtyard will be a focal center piece with connectivity from the Entry and Master Bedroom, this space will have landscaping, existing Ponderosa pines that rise 60 feet in the air, water element and a possible exterior fireplace. The exterior and interior materials will mostly be supplied by http://www.jasonscottcollection.com/furniture.html from antiquated Indonesian beams, teak siding, reclaimed partially paint washed steel panels, and carved stone and wood panels accented with local malapai stone.

To find out more about Centre Sky Architecture:

Arizona Architect _ Jamie Daugaard _ Centre Sky Architecture

 

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