Flagstaff House
Flagstaff House
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
This unique project has heavy Asian influences due to the owner’s strong connection to Indonesia, along with a Mountain West flare creating a unique and rustic contemporary composition. This mountain contemporary residence is tucked into a mature ponderosa forest in the beautiful high desert of Flagstaff, Arizona. The site was instrumental on the development of our form and structure in early design. The 60 to 100 foot towering ponderosas on the site heavily impacted the location and form of the structure. The Asian influence combined with the vertical forms of the existing ponderosa forest led to the Flagstaff House trending towards a horizontal theme.
Dry stream Front Walkway
Dry stream Front Walkway
Red Fern Landscape Design LLC
Red Fern Landscape Design; Jon Benford Photography
Washington DC - Asian-Inspired - Teak Wood Vanity Top
Washington DC - Asian-Inspired - Teak Wood Vanity Top
Grothouse Wood Countertops
Countertop Wood: Burmese Teak Category: Vanity Top and Divider Wall Construction Style: Edge Grain Countertop Thickness: 1-3/4" Size: Vanity Top 23 3/8" x 52 7/8" mitered to Divider Wall 23 3/8" x 35 1/8" Countertop Edge Profile: 1/8” Roundover on top horizontal edges, bottom horizontal edges, and vertical corners Wood Countertop Finish: Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish in Matte sheen Wood Stain: The Favorite Stock Stain (#03012) Designer: Meghan Browne of Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath Job: 13806 Undermount or Overmount Sink: Stone Forest C51 7" H x 18" W x 15" Roma Vessel Bowl
Singapore
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