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In the centre of Phoenix, Arizona, USA, the artistic owners of a large piece of land imagined a new family home that would encourage creativity, growth and togetherness. With a ceramic artist homeowner shaping the design process alongside architecture firm The Ranch Mine, the 5795 square metre ‘Foo’ house became influenced by the ancient art of pottery. Just like ceramic arts, the home has a rigid structure whilst being malleable in use, it has precise form with imperfections in texture, it varies in volume whilst being limited in materials. The bespoke home is crafted around a courtyard & swimming pool, where desert landscaping has been creatively envisioned and implemented by The Green Room.
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