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The Ranch Mine builds casiTa guesthouse in Phoenix backyard

April 12, 2021 Jenna McKnight 0
casiTa by The Ranch Mine.

A massive pivot door enables an interior room to open onto a covered patio in casiTa, a guesthouse in Arizona designed by architecture firm The Ranch Mine. Encompassing 974 square feet (90 square metres), the guesthouse sits on an urban lot in a residential area in Phoenix. It was designed for the backyard of the Foo house,

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The Ranch Mine creates board-marked concrete home in Phoenix for a ceramicist

March 14, 2021 Jenna McKnight 0
Foo house by The Ranch Mine in Phoenix

Board-marked concrete, creamy stucco and weathering steel form the facades of Foo house in Arizona, designed by US firm The Ranch Mine for a ceramicist and her family. Local studio The Ranch Mine designed the home to be a suitable environment for creative activities and a growing family on a half-hectare property in Phoenix, a sprawling metropolis

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The Ranch Mine creates modern courtyard home in the Arizona desert

November 18, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Pleats House by The Ranch Mine

American studio  The Ranch Mine has completed a residence in Phoenix that features a mix of gabled and flat volumes wrapped in corrugated metal, white stucco and honey-toned wood. The Pleats house is located near the Dreamy Draw Mountain Preserve, just north of Uptown Phoenix. The clients – proud owners of two rescue dogs –

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The Hidden Canyon Retreat Looks Out To Valley Views In Arizona

September 5, 2019 Erin 0

Tor Stuart-Barstad of ArchitecTor has designed a house in the hills near Phoenix, Arizona, that offers serenity and tranquility for the home owners. ArchitecTor collaborated with Joni Wilkerson to complete the interior design throughout the house. In the living room, the seating is focused on the built-in fireplace that sits below the television, while walls […]

The Ranch Mine’s Weave house in Phoenix draws upon work by Georgia O’Keeffe

March 27, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Weave House by The Ranch Mine

American studio The Ranch Mine has completed a modern courtyard home in Arizona that alludes to Georgia O’Keeffe paintings and prioritises “simple materials, distinctive geometries and the desert sky”. Located in Uptown Phoenix, the Weave house was built atop a former parking lot in a historic district. The project’s name stems from the weaving together of

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A Georgia O’Keeffe Inspired Courtyard House in Phoenix

March 25, 2019 Erin 0

Photography by Roehner + Ryan   Architecture firm The Ranch Mine, has designed a modern courtyard house in Phoenix, Arizona, that draws inspiration from famed artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s adobe houses and patio paintings.   Photography by Roehner + Ryan At the front of the house is a semi-private courtyard with woven wood ceiling and bench seating on […]

Frank Lloyd Wright house intended for Taliesin architecture school up for sale

September 10, 2018 Eleanor Gibson 0

The Phoenix residence that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his son is back on the market, because funding to support its donation to the School of Architecture at Taliesin fell through. David and Gladys Wright House owner Zach Rawling has listed the spiralling property in the Arizona city’s Arcadia neighbourhood for nearly $13 million (£10 million), after coming to a “mutual

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Red Rocks house by The Ranch Mine nestles into Arizona mountainside

July 31, 2018 Jenna McKnight 0

American firm The Ranch Mine has overhauled and expanded a Phoenix residence, adding limestone cladding and generous terraces, and reorganising the home so it capitalises on views of the desert terrain. The Red Rocks house hugs the side of Camelback Mountain and overlooks the vast desert metropolis below. Local studio The Ranch Mine was tasked

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Before & After – This Spanish Colonial Revival Style House In Arizona Was Transformed Into A Contemporary Home

July 19, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Roehner + Ryan   The Ranch Mine have recently transformed a Spanish Colonial Revival style house into the ‘Red Rocks’ residence, a contemporary house that sits against the side of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona.   Here’s a before photo of the house. The homeowners were frustrated by the thick columns that interrupted the views, […]

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“Is Phoenix doomed to fall back into the ashes?”

December 12, 2017 Aaron Betsky 0

If sprawling desert metropolises like Phoenix, Arizona, are going to survive an increasingly scorching climate, they will require a different kind of sustainable urbanism than typical cities, says Aaron Betsky. Is Phoenix doomed to fall back into the ashes? In his 2015 book, The Water Knife, the author Paolo Bacigalupi imagines a future Valley of

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