Desert House Architecture Design By Circle West, A house with a minimalist modern design that is built on the land area of 5000 square meters located at 4812 E Berneil Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA. Through the living space, the views to the surrounding mountains and desert sky naturally radiate in it. The circulation experience and the relationships between uses for a spontaneous and organic residential experience are refined by the additive program. The concrete and stucco structure f the original house is remains intact minimizing the material which is required to be sent to the landfill. A large percentage of the construction and building materials are high recycled the content such as the glass, zinc siding and a concrete flooring. The new high-efficiency HVAC units are utilized to condition the added space.
To the exterior materials of zinc metal siding and glass sets a dramatic relationship of a refreshing living experience, the layering of the elements from the natural “filtering” of the desert landscape. To capture the entire roof ad site rainwater, the one-acre parcel has been regarded, it is reducing the total amount of the storm water which is required to be treated by the municipality, while it is naturally supplementing the vegetations needs.