Sited in Paradise Valley, Arizona, with a direct vista to Camelback Mountain, this house is a vessel for a
large contemporary art collection. Great 20th-century works by Bruce Nauman, Robert Ryman, Jeff Koons and
Jannis Kounellis are part of the collection, in addition to significant video artworks.
Constructed of tilt-up concrete, the flat and rotated nature of the walls merges with the simple orthogonal
requirements for displaying art. Shape extensions and light and air chimneys connected to cooling pools articulate
the planar geometry. From an entry courtyard, a ramp leads to a rooftop sculpture garden—a space of silence and reflection.
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Ecological Innovation +
− Shape extensions and light and air chimneys connected to cooling pools
− Tilt-up concrete construction
- Steven Holl Architects
Steven Holl (design architect)
Martin Cox (project architect)
Tim Bade (schematic design)
Robert Edmonds, Annette Goderbauer, Hideki Hirahara, Clark Manning (project team)