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Sculptor Michael Anderson’s legacy can be found around the world and at his North Scottsdale property.

Some 25 years ago, this landscape architect went out on his own, working from a spare bedroom in his Tempe townhouse. Today, with a

Low-maintenance and hardy enough to withstand grandkid visits, this Scottsdale retreat is perfect for a pair of retirees.

In Tucson, three generations of the Patania family have created a legacy of handmade jewelry.

A Mexican colonial residence’s warm, cozy ambiance can be attributed to a succession of owners and design talents.

Meticulous planning yields an elegant Paradise Valley home that reflects the style and cultures of a pair of physicians.

Taliesin’s architecture camp inspires kids of all ages to create for the future and beyond.

Interior designer James McIntyre nudged a client beyond her decorating ennui to achieve stylish serenity.

A minimalist setting in a Scottsdale high-rise frames a significant collection of modern works.

Architect Bing Hu’s new internship program at Taliesin West is rooted in history.