Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Monk’s Shadow Residence Exterior Design

June 8, 2014 Contemporary House Design, Exterior Design

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This is contemporary house design in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Monk’s Shadow, contemporary residence designed by Kendle Design Collaborative. Below some picture of Monk’s Shadow exterior design.

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According to the architects, this design of this project answers to the challenges of the existing site: A narrow lot with 60’ of vertical elevation combined with a restrictive Hillside Zoning Ordinance made designing a conventional home impossible. In response the home is divided by use: parents zone including master suite, primary family and entertainment functions, the teenager zone including bedrooms, game room, pool access and one of two garages and guest zone including a bed/bath suite and small great room that doubles as the owner’s home office.

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