Kivas, circular rooms used for religious rituals and political meetings by Puebloans, can be found in the North-American Southwest. The concept of a “kiva” emerged through design discussions between the client and architect and is the basis of organization of the home. The clients’ passion for art, many design styles, and the American West provided design challenges and inspiration for the architectural team. This industrial modern and eclectic home culminated in an architectural masterpiece which defies traditional design aesthetic and physically embodies the clients’ unique vision.
Photographs courtesy of David O. Marlow Photography
SITE: 0.78 ACRES AREA: 9,936 S.F. MATERIALS: STONE, METAL, WOOD, ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE