A Paradise Valley landscape is both formal and bears a relaxed vibe.
At Desert Mountain, artist Tammy Lynch-Forrest interprets the fauna and fauna of the Sonoran Desert one tile at a time.
Following in his father’s footsteps, Valley builder John Gurley forges his own path.
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.