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Brandaw at Echo Canyon designed by 180 Degrees Design + Build, is a stunning renovation project from the old 4,930 square-foot house, built in 1973. Indeed, by great architectural talent, they have transformed the old house from dark, outdated, disconnected from the natural into an impressive, modern home that expresses individuality and connects with the incredible views of Camelback Mountain. Central to the program was pulling the home’s original footprint back from the property line. Also, raising the roofline, and installing an 18-foot tall by a 36-foot wide glass wall and sliding door to maximize backyard views.

The landscape and hardscape plan welcomes visitors and moves them through specific points of interest. The first of two custom fabricated portals features a custom steel gate, which introduces some of the steel details found throughout the house. Besides, the second, a large steel parallelogram powder coated in a bold marigold color, frames the home’s main entry and beckons visitors through the courtyard.

Once insides, the house offers luxurious living spaces with sophisticated and meticulous, include spacious living room, combination of dining room and kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Besides, clerestory windows along the North elevation add more natural light. Also, a suspended steel fireplace anchors the entry. And creates a junction point for the home that reveals the mountain views upon entry. Indeed, the house brings the wonderful outdoor, indoor living spaces and stunning connection with the surroundings.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build
Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build
The dramatic entry contrasts the original 1970’s design; dark, outdated and overgrown with Ficus trees; the courtyard now recaptures its connection to the breathtaking proximity to Camelback Mountain.

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Also, an acid-etched concrete path moves through large ironwood trees—various groupings of fencepost cactus and agave in raised steel planters.
Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build
Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build

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Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build
Conversation points along the path provide scenic viewpoints of the surrounding red rocks.

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Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build
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Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build
In addition to this, frameless glass windows that flank the courtyard reflect the garden’s texture.
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Brandaw at Echo Canyon,  Renovation by 180 Degrees Design + Build

The Brandaw at Echo Canyon House Gallery:

Text by the Architects: Built in 1973, this 4,930 square-foot residence in Phoenix, Arizona, was dark, outdated, and missing a connection to its incredible backdrop of Camelback Mountain. This 180 Degrees Design + Build renovation focused on a personal expression of modern, whimsical design and creating an intersection between the home’s structural mass and its surrounding views.

Photo credit: An Pham| Source: 180 Degrees Design + Build

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 4955 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85013, United States
– Tel: +1 602-288-0138
– Email: [email protected]

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