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Arizona Home Styles
Contemporary style homes is often associated with modernism. Contemporary architecture stems from a wide variety of influences. However, the ultimate intention of contemporary style homes is to create a feeling of space, putting emphasis in entertaining in the outdoors. These homes are more concerned with energy efficiency and uses sustainable materials. Eco-friendly homes are trending for the past decade, where materials and methods give a zen ambiance.
This architectural style is immensely influenced by homes in the Mediterranean region such as Spain, Italy and Portugal. Mediterranean style homes is characterized by red tile or clay roofing, arches, plastered adobes, terraces or courtyards, stucco finishing, terra-cotta tile flooring and balconies. These features are designed for sunny, warm and dry climates.
These homes are characterized by strong horizontal lines and wide open floor plans to complement the flat prairie landscape. Another distinct feature of this style is the low pitched hipped roof, grouped windows and secluded entrance. The Prairie architectural style was popularized by the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, where his personal archives are found in Scottsdale Arizona.
Santa Fe Style
Santa Fe style homes is a variation between a Spanish Colonial and an Indian Pueblo design usually one story that features flat roofing, round-edged walls, stucco finishing, covered porches and exposed ceiling beams. The Santa Fe architectural style is best suited for the desert climate of the Southwest US.
The ranch house is noted for its long, close-to-the-ground profile, and wide open layout. The house style fused modernist ideas and styles with notions of the American Western period of wide open spaces to create a very informal and casual living style. While the original style of the ranch was very informal and basic in design, starting around the early 1960s, many ranch homes constructed in the United States (particularly in the Sun Belt region) were increasingly built with more dramatic features like varying roof lines, cathedral ceilings, sunken living rooms, and extensive landscaping and grounds.