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Refugio en la Montaña Tucson,© Jeff Goldberg/Esto

Galería de Refugio en la Montaña Tucson / DUST - 1

Outdoor Area. Outdoor Area Ideas. Outdoor Area Design. Outdoor Living Room. Outdoor Kitchen. Outrdoor Living Space.  Linda Fritschy Interior Design

Outdoor Area. Outdoor Area Ideas. Outdoor Area Design. Outdoor Living Room. Outdoor Kitchen. Outrdoor Living Space. Linda Fritschy Interior Design

Photo by Cade Hayes.

Off-Grid in Arizona: Casa Caldera by DUST Architects

Photo by Cade Hayes.

WEBSTA @ dezeen - Inspired by vernacular desert architecture, this house by @dustarchitectcomprises two solid volumes symmetrically organised around a central void and walls made from volcanic residue. We're rounding up our favourite desert houses today, and there's more examples on dezeen.com/tag/deserts #architecture #deserts #house #volcanic #Arizona Photograph by Jeff Goldberg.

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WEBSTA @ dezeen - Inspired by vernacular desert architecture, this house by @dustarchitectcomprises two solid volumes symmetrically organised around a central void and walls made from volcanic residue. We're rounding up our favourite desert houses today, and there's more examples on dezeen.com/tag/deserts #architecture #deserts #house #volcanic #Arizona Photograph by Jeff Goldberg.

Dust, Tucson, ArizonaWhen Jesús Robles and Cade Hayes founded their studio in 2007, they adopted a name that would signify their spiritual connection to the desert landscape of the Southwest. The duo channels that connection in the structures and spaces they design, using native materials and minimizing impact on pristine sites—and, in projects such as their acclaimed Tucson Mountain Retreat (shown), reconciling these principles with seductively crisp geometries.

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Dust, Tucson, ArizonaWhen Jesús Robles and Cade Hayes founded their studio in 2007, they adopted a name that would signify their spiritual connection to the desert landscape of the Southwest. The duo channels that connection in the structures and spaces they design, using native materials and minimizing impact on pristine sites—and, in projects such as their acclaimed Tucson Mountain Retreat (shown), reconciling these principles with seductively crisp geometries.

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