This private residence is located on a 1.7-acre horse property in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. Designed by the architectural firm The Ranch Mine, the home provides a peaceful space for the owners to retreat from city life. The house takes advantage of Arizona's climate by using solar power as well as natural lighting for the interior spaces. Overall, the building integrates with its surroundings with windows, openings, and a central courtyard that allow expansive views and access to the dessert.
Doors and Windows
The house is fitted with various doors and windows by Western Window Systems that emphasize a natural aesthetic including:
Series 600 Multi-Slide Doors - The central courtyard and main living room are accessed through this sliding door, allowing fresh air to travel inside with covered open-air spaces. The multi-slide doors are made with thermal efficient low-E glass which creates better energy performance, and the aluminum fixtures ensure durability.
Series 600 Window Wall - This floor-to-ceiling window system frames the courtyard and master bedroom, providing views of the Sonoran desert landscape. The Series 600 Window Wall is customizable and features energy-efficient glass, making it an ideal solution for projects like this Phoenix residence which blends indoor and outdoor spaces.
Series 980 Pivot Door - The pivot glass door is hidden in one of the wooden slat walls and leads into the master suite. It can swing in or out, maximizing views and natural light with single-panel large openings.
|The Ranch Mine
|Series 600 Multi-Slide Doors, Series 600 Window Wall, Series 980 Pivot Door