Architecture Travel


Nestled among granite boulders and Saguaro cactus, The House of Doors embraces its desert surroundings and incorporates them into its design. The dwelling features rammed earth walls made with the soil from the site, while the addition of weathered steel helps blend the structure into the landscape. It’s organized around a natural courtyard and connects the outdoor space to the interior with floor-to-ceiling glazing. A pivoting glass wall leads to the main living area occupied by a stainless-steel kitchen, dining area, and sitting room. On the lower level, there’s a media room, wine cellar, and audiovisual room, along with the master suite, and a 65-foot glass bridge leads to two guest rooms with a fitness room and spa below. his impeccable Scottsdale home took 12 years to construct and is being listed for the first time since its completion.