A front view of a glassy home that eliminates the barrier between the interior and pool outside.

Taking Home the Gold

Praised for its visually appealing, modern-yet-comfortable design, this Scottsdale residence took home the gold in the 2014 Design Awards from Professional Builder Magazine. Built by Calvis Wyant Luxury Homes, the 5,877-square-foot residence features an open floor plan that includes Western Window Systems’ multi-slide pocket doors to allow for optimal inside-outside flow. Tropical influences such as covered patios, a pool, and reflecting ponds give the home a lush, resort-style feel.

Categories

  • Residential
  • Multi-slide doors
  • Series 600
  • Classic Line
  • Windows

Location

  • Scottsdale
  • Arizona
Fixed windows provide views of the yard from behind the bathtub.

This wall of windows bathes the bathroom in natural Arizona sunlight

First, they had to position the home perfectly on the lot to take advantage of the views of Camelback Mountain. That presented a challenge. “The cul-de-sac cuts into part of the lot. Then you have the views out what might be a side yard,” Nassos says. “So we had to angle the house to capture the views of the mountain and design around the cul-de-sac and all the setbacks that come along with it. It was extremely challenging to come up with a floor plan that worked but embraced what was around it.”

A pocketing multi-slide door seamlessly merges the great room, decorated with brown furniture and green accents, with the expansive pool area in the backyard.

A pocketing multi-slide door seamlessly merges the stunning great room with the expansive pool area in the backyard.

The elegant bathroom is complemented by the clean lines of Western Window Systems’ fixed windows behind the bathtub.

The elegant bathroom is complemented by the clean lines of Western Window Systems’ windows.

What We Stand For

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What Makes Them Great

Designed for indoor-outdoor living.

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How They’re Made

Built and tested to last.

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