Editor's letter for the February/March 2023 issue.
A passion for modernism compelled Alison King to become one of our city’s biggest advocates for preserving midcentury gems.
For this landscape designer, embracing the desert’s natural beauty is both a practice and a personal meditation.
This second-generation luxury homebuilder carves his own path as an innovator with a can-do spirit.
As she cruises into her third decade of interior design projects, Wendy Black Rodgers reflects on influences, travel, lakeside living and rail cars.
Architect Craig Wickersham’s natural talents for art and design have made him sought-after in the Valley and beyond.
Goldsmith and jeweler Michael Ellsworth relies on more than steady hands and sharp eyes to meticulously craft fine jewelry.
An impressive portfolio of high-end modern and contemporary Italian furnishings and accessories awaits shoppers at The Space Bazaar.
This refreshing twist on classic Spanish is making its mark in Arizona.
Add a touch of the tropics to your garden with these desert-adapted hibiscus and hibiscus lookalikes—no hothouse required.
Formerly closed-off and dated home gets a bright, modern redo.
Books that are currently occupying our nightstands.
The results for our second annual poll for best local design resources, shops and services
What to do, where to go, what to see and who to know from our sister publication, PHOENIX magazine.
Your architecture, interior design and landscape questions answered by Valley pros.
What to plan, prune and pluck this spring, according to your elevation.
This purple leafy plant makes a desert-hardy ground cover.
Phoenix artist John Albert Armstrong crafts pieces with salvaged aluminum, his material of choice for everything from printmaking to painting to sculpture.
The homeowners’ favorite feature gets an unexpected twist.
Turn a blank wall into a gorgeous art collection display in your home.
Born of necessity, the historic Grunow Memorial Medical Center remains a gift to Phoenix.