This home was built in the early 1970’s by the same Architect and Builder that built Tlaquepaque. It shares many of the same architectural and design features as the shopping center. The challenge with this house was preserving the classic Spanish Mediterranean feel, while simultaneously bringing modern updates like a spacious kitchen fit for a Chef.
One special feature that we preserved in this home was the stained glass window at the end of the hallway. It was a very fragile piece that had survived almost 50 years of exposure to every weather condition in Sedona and had suffered some damage during a demolition phase from a different contractor. We very carefully took the panels out of the weathered wood frame and had the glass panels repaired and restored by a local artist. We built a new wood frame that was set inside of a new insulated glass window so it would no longer be exposed to the extreme weather conditions. The results were stunning – a beautiful reflection from the original owners.