Fall in-love with the Perfect Fusion of rustic/contemporary design

I have to admit I am a fan of Oz Architects from Arizona, every project I see I fall in-love with their fusion of rustic/contemporary design and interiors.  I am honoured that Don Ziebell has given me permission to showcase his work, see ‘This Property Is Utterly Breather-Taking’ which features another of their projects.

“Designed for a young active family in Silverleaf, Scottsdale, the design of this home encourages family connections while providing private spaces for each family member. Based upon simple rural Mediterranean farmhouse architecture, the various pieces of the home surround a central courtyard, creating a private compound with an authentic scale. Indoor outdoor connections are emphasized, with numerous exterior covered living spaces and fireplaces. The interiors are simple, and modern leaning. Materials were chosen that have a patina and can age well, while the spaces are purposefully intimate, comfortable and human scaled. The plan avoids large connected rooms, instead incorporating rooms for a specific purpose such as the kitchen which features a cooking fireplace and farm table at the center. A private enclosed swimming grotto can be accessed from both the pool and the master shower.”


Thank you to Don Ziebell for the kind permission to share this exceptional property.

P R O J E C T   I N F O :

Oz Team:
Don Ziebell, Principal
Zahir Poonawala
Francisco Icedo

Linthicum Custom Builders

Interior Design:
David Michael Miller Associates

Landscape Architect:
SiteWorks, LLC

Efficiency Mechanical, Inc.

Quail Plumbing, Inc.

Wang Electric, Inc

Caruso Turley Scott, Inc.


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