In many parts of Europe, homes remain in the same family for generations – growing with the family as needs change.
This custom home by Intrepid Development reflects that notion. In a design that is reminiscent of both Tuscan and Mission-style architecture, the house appears as an extended, single-story home.
Creating a gracious, welcoming home in the Las Vegas valley calls for a specialist set of skills. To achieve a house that offers privacy and a free-spirited connection to the environment, it makes sense to visit an architecture and design company that specializes in building in the world’s most famous urban desert location.
Tuscan villas are defined by their solid stone walls and terra-cotta tile roofs, which not only give the homes a sense of permanence, but also protect them from climate extremes. It’s an architectural style that works equally well in a hot desert landscape, such as Las Vegas.
Parting ways can be quite sorrowful for interior designer Leslie Parraguirre, owner of the local firm Colours, Inc., who says that the most challenging part of designing a home is closing the door on a finished project.