Tag: architecture

I associate the term fieldhouse with Utah. While there are probably fieldhouses elsewhere, it’s common here to see them titled as such at college campuses and elsewhere.
Every year, more than four million visitors flock to Zion National Park to sightsee, hike, climb and bike. There are a lucky few, though, who actually get to live in Springdale and gaze at the towering vistas every day. Among them are Erik and Sally Ryberg, who decided that there was nowhere else on earth they’d rather retire.
Last week I paid a second visit to Neuroworx in Sandy, a $9 million non-profit rehabilitation center that daily works with adults and children with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries and other neurological conditions causing paralysis.
Need some inspiration for redesigning your home? We've look back at some of the great homes Scot Zimmerman has photographed for our Photo Friday series. Be inspired. And get designing.
The views looking out from a contemporary new home built on the Draper foothills all were different and wonderful
One of the most versatile and hardest working spaces in Utah homes, today’s laundry room is awash in style and fully loaded with fabulous, functional features.
The Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer home was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for an unbuilt home in California and then adapted for property at Taliesen West.
I usually feature and discuss residential architecture and design, but this week I am showcasing office and commercial buildings and the return of modernism.
Where better for a golfer to find happiness on a rainy day than in this golf simulator I photographed in a house built by Upland Development?
Not long ago, while photographer Scot Zimmerman and I were shooting a home’s spectacular chef-style kitchen, we couldn’t help but marvel at the enormous La Cornue range. A behemoth of stainless steel and gleaming brass, it had the turn-on factor (and matching price) of a racing-red Ferrari. I couldn’t...