TRANSFORMATION

The complete gut and remodel of the existing house plus a large addition brought new life and energy to its “mid century”, red brick bones resulting in a thoroughly updated home.  Abutting the old brick,  a new multi-slide disappearing door opens the sitting room to the covered patio and out to the backyard.  Sensitive to its companion brick walls, the concrete scrim wall (foreground) has horizontal lines that correspond to the brick mortar joints of the existing 71 year old house.


Recognitions and Awards

Published in “Tucson Lifestyle” April 2014 issue

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ADAMS ST. TRANSFORMATION    Interior published in Tucson Lifestyle April  2014 and Landscape published in May 2014 issues.

The design and construction of the exterior hardscape, and landscape designed and built by Dean Alexander = Blue Agave.

in creative coordination with taylordesign + BUILD.      

ADAMS ST. TRANSFORMATION    Published in Tucson Lifestyle April 2014 issue

Upper left

    Colored concrete wall acts as a theatre scrim boundary of  patio space.  Concrete bench by Dean Alexander.

Upper right

    Interior bed alcove creates a darkened sleeping area with “a push of a button” and the roman shades magically descend.

Lower left

    Sitting room used for entertaining.  Multi-slide doors open to to the patio and backyard.  Mesquite table by Stephen Paul.

Lower right

    A steel and glass table designed (Bil Taylor Associates, Inc) and built (Just Build,LLC) for this tight dining space. It is called the “steel bisous”

bisous is French word for kiss!  The mill finish blackened steel is contrasted with the elegant 1” thick glass table top. 

Photo Liam Frederick


this concrete wall was part of a modern addition to a mid century red brick house, the horizontal textural lines correspond to the mortar lines in the original house

"Rainsnakes"© were a gift to the clients of an original work of functional art that my office produced.

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Photo Liam Frederick


SCRIM

This concrete wall was part of the new addition to a mid century red brick house;  the horizontal textural lines correspond to the mortar lines in the original house.



"Rainsnakes"©  to the right, were a gift to the clients as an original work of functional art produced in my office and donated in appreciation for the opportunity to design and build for them.












Photo Bil Taylor

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