With its modern vibe harkening back to Palm Springs style, Stone Radius is sited so that almost every room has a view of Camelback Mountain. Graceful in form, the residence is designed to mimic the radius of the circular cul de sac on which it lives. Only a handful of walls in the three-bedroom residence are straight. Instead, an almost imperceptible curve defines the home.
A generous primary suite begins with an office/sitting/TV area outside the bedroom where the home owners can relax before heading in for the night. The space offers direct views of Camelback Mountain and access to a spacious patio. In the beautifully tailored bedroom, a massive wall clad in Turkish limestone doubles as a textural architectural element while walls of glass extend the view of the mountain. This luxurious room exudes a calming ambiance with its warm neutral color palette.
Off the sleeping area is the entrance to a spacious his-and-hers closet on one side, a stunning bathroom with a glassed-in shower, freestanding soaking tub, and three vanities on the other. This light-filled space backs up to the bedroom’s limestone wall, which travels from inside to out.
Architect/Designer | Drewett Works
Builder | Bedbrock Developers
Developer | Bedbrock Developers
Interior Designer | Ownby Design
Photographer | WS Photo
Judges’ Comments | The floor-to-ceiling glass in this owner’s suite is impactful and provides good integration to outdoors.