To Our Clients Who Engage Us, We Provide:

A Wealth of Design Experience
Over the course of the past 20 years, we’ve been fortunate to have worked on the design of a host of well-known, iconic projects. We’re eager to bring this experience to new projects for the benefit of our clients.

Accessible & Attentive Service
As custom residential architects in a small firm format, we’re focused on creativity, quality, and execution. We strive to remain firmly centered on the needs and desires of those clients who choose to work with us – from start to finish. Our goal is to stay highly focused on a very small number of select projects.
Strong Relationships
We’ve gained the trust and support of many great individuals and companies in our industry through the years – we know that they’re as focused on their missions as we are on our own. Let us introduce you to them.

Attention to Detail
We’ve established our reputation not only by virtue of the design of the projects we’ve worked on, but also by the diligent technical effort we made to get those projects constructed. In the end, it’s what architectural practice is ultimately about, and it has always been at the core of who we are and what we do.
featured projects
  • Silverleaf Residence 3
  • Silverleaf Residence 2
  • Tucson Foothills Renovation

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  • If it's anything but Sunday or Monday afternoon in #tucson, 99.9% chance I've stopped here!

    spiral_architects: "If it's anything but Sunday or Monday afternoon in #tucson, 99.9% chance I've stopped here!"
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  • #TBT A more recent #TBT moment - the first week of demo on our #paradisevalley #adobe project, September of 2015!

    spiral_architects: "#TBT A more recent #TBT moment - the first week of demo on our #paradisevalley #adobe project, September of 2015!"
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  • The pool at our first completed residence at Silverleaf, with the Outdoor Kitchen and Dining Loggia in the background. The combination of a large house and tight building envelope necessitated a clever design solution- a "jewelry box", with everything neatly tucked into place.

    spiral_architects: "The pool at our first completed residence at Silverleaf, with the Outdoor Kitchen and Dining Loggia in the background. The combination of a large house and tight building envelope necessitated a clever design solution- a "jewelry box", with everything neatly tucked into place."
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  • The Family Room fireplace at our Silverleaf Lot 3610 project is coming along nicely!

    spiral_architects: "The Family Room fireplace at our Silverleaf Lot 3610 project is coming along nicely!"
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  • #tbt silverleaf clubhouse under construction in April 2004, from a series of b/w photos I shot one Saturday

    spiral_architects: "#tbt silverleaf clubhouse under construction in April 2004, from a series of b/w photos I shot one Saturday"
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  • Umbria farmhouse pt. 6: a view of the classic farmhouse window. Probably the most poignant photo I think I've ever taken. It reinforces that these were real homes, inhabited by real people for years and years, until they left for Italy's cities after the war.

    spiral_architects: "Umbria farmhouse pt. 6: a view of the classic farmhouse window. Probably the most poignant photo I think I've ever taken. It reinforces that these were real homes, inhabited by real people for years and years, until they left for Italy's cities after the war."
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  • Umbria farmhouse pt. 5: Looking out the front door of the living quarters, up the hill to another farmhouse under reconstruction. One of the more poignant photos I've ever taken . . .

    spiral_architects: "Umbria farmhouse pt. 5: Looking out the front door of the living quarters, up the hill to another farmhouse under reconstruction. One of the more poignant photos I've ever taken . . ."
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  • Umbria farmhouse pt. 4, clockwise from upper left: the firebox (cast locally) for heating the drying tower, staggered wood beams inside the tower for hanging tobacco during drying, and a detail of the stone and brickwork of the barn.

    spiral_architects: "Umbria farmhouse pt. 4, clockwise from upper left: the firebox (cast locally) for heating the drying tower, staggered wood beams inside the tower for hanging tobacco during drying, and a detail of the stone and brickwork of the barn."
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  • Umbria farmhouse Saturday bonus post: the farmhouse seen from across the still-extant tobacco fields.

    spiral_architects: "Umbria farmhouse Saturday bonus post: the farmhouse seen from across the still-extant tobacco fields."
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  • Umbria farmhouse pt. 3: the barn building sits aside the main house. Contained within are the tobacco drying tower (this region of Umbria being famous for its Virginia-derived tobaccos), workroom, and tractor garage.

    spiral_architects: "Umbria farmhouse pt. 3: the barn building sits aside the main house. Contained within are the tobacco drying tower (this region of Umbria being famous for its Virginia-derived tobaccos), workroom, and tractor garage."
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