Saturday, October 16, 2010

Jarson Residence


Looks like a real-life architect is reading my little blog. I really don't know much about architecture, just what I like, so I'm very happy to see that what I'm writing here appeals to someone with actual knowledge on the subject.

Anyways, Eric Weber sent me these photos of the Jarson residence, which was named House of the Year by AIA Phoenix Metro. Eric designed the house with Will Bruder+Partners, and it's right up my alley - modern and rustic with some mid-century influence. The wall of windows and serene desert landscaping don't hurt either.

More photos after the jump...
 


13 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! I love it!

    http://minnja.blogspot.com/

    Kisses
    minnja

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  2. Seriously, can he come over and design a place for me and the man in Greece??? WOW!!!
    Have I seen his work anywhere else - Architectural Digest? I'm such a sucker for cool buildings/designs!
    Also rally love Marmol Radziner, Bart Prince, Steven Ehrlich & Sam. A Cardella's work - check out 'Desert Homes' in A.Digest - such an amazing feature.
    x.o.x.o

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  3. What a beautiful place. I love the view from the kitchen and the serenity of all of it. Very chic! Love, A
    www.365fashionrehab.com

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  4. I could retire in a house like this- great taste and design

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  5. That's really so amazing! The house is gorgeous! It does seem right up your alley!
    xo M

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  6. I want to live there please!!

    Leia

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  7. OMG, this hause is so full of windows and light... Amazing! New follower, it would be a pleasure if you want to follow me back!

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  8. Dear Marissa:

    Thanks for the kind words, and also thanks to all of your readers for their generous comments. Please let them know that I'd be happy to help them out with any design needs they might have, especially from the reader in Greece; I'd LOVE to have an excuse to visit ! :)

    eric weber, architect
    www.ericweberarchitect.blogspot.com

    P.S: Marissa, it's Will Bruder+Partners, not Will Gruber; not a big deal now that I'm on my own, though.

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  9. WOW.

    One day - ONE DAY - I will live somewhere like this!

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  10. i just wish i could move there right this instant!!!

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  11. love the nude shades used on these shoes, they are beautiful.

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