The Arizona Daily Star featured the architect’s private home in their Sunday home section in September 1998. Most notable was the project’s focus on preservation of early 20th-century Tucson vernacular. Houses in that era were small (800 – 1000 sq. ft.). The challenge was bringing such a home to fit a modern design standard and yet to appear completely compatible with its neighbors. It was not just another renovation and expansion. Visitors continue to ask if the expansion is original. The project also included a stand-alone structure that would serve as a design studio and guest casita, which was built to also be compatible with the surrounding circa 1925 homes.

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