Home design which called the Silvertree Residence is completed designed by the Secrest Architecture. This residence is based in Tucson, Arizona. This desert house is designed as a comfortable dwelling by the architect.
This vaguely Mediterranean 1970s home is located in Sonoran desert which has the wonderful climate. This living space project is a study in how a small, dated, closed in and inwardly focused residence can be revived into an inspiring modern space which interacts with the outdoors.
In the floor plan of the existing living space, a nicely scaled rear the terrace with a great desert, mountain and partial city views is nearly inaccessible. To access the rear patio, the user had to either go through the existing garage or through to the master bedroom. A new multifunctional space and a remodel kitchen and the dining room, all is revolve around a new three sided fireplace.
This fireplace is placed in the center of the space and its acts as a focal point while separating the spaces. As well as the exterior patio, the fireplace is positioned to open to all of the living spaces. This garage is relocated, it is creating better access in and out of the garage and it is allowing the rest of the rear of the living space to open to the exterior.
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The living spaces are buffered by the new location from the roadway. The integral color plaster which is contrasting but complementing the existing painted stucco living space and the site walls are covers the garage. Behind the birch panels, the storage is concealed; it is allowing the garage to be minimal and uncluttered. This living space new garage acts as a showplace for the owners beloved restored the 1970 Citroen DS. Between the living areas and the new garage, a pantry is added to creating a transitional space and the extra storage for the new kitchen. With concealed pullout panty doors, the pantry is cad in the birch panels.
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