Tag: architecture

This Spring 2017 issue of Utah Style & Design is packed with “finished” rooms, homes and, yes, even a barn. Check out our lineup of sensational laundry rooms, bold floral designs, a remodeled Avenues kitchen, and savvy decorating, cooking and entertaining ideas. Need design inspiration? Be sure to subscribe to...
I revisited a home that I first photographed over 32 years ago to make new photographs, and I was struck how the timeless design has endured.
Markay Johnson Construction’s entry in the 2017 St. George Parade of Homes is a desert home designed to enjoy the beauty, vistas, and climate of Kayenta, an environmentally sensitive development near Ivins. Called the Point, the home functions just as intended and serves as an example of how a...
Interior designer Kaye Christiansen-Englert, ASID, invited me to take some photos of the kitchen and adjacent areas of an exciting recently completed modern home designed by Sparano+Mooney Architecture. The home is in the Cottonwoods neighborhood, one of my favorites because of the mature trees and watercourses. Our photos focus on...
Along a four-mile stretch of river and outdoor natural beauty, sits an unmatched private mountain community. Victory Ranch is a special place. Be it winter, spring, summer or fall, this private community is set amid 6,700 pristine acres of hiking and skiing landscape.
In Park City, a recently remodeled home renders a fresh and refined take on mountain living.

Opening Act

Overlooking the magnificent Wasatch Range, a new Park City home combines bold modern architecture with high-style livability and sustainability.

Inside Out

A talented team creates a modern open home for a young St. George family
An interesting aspect about being an architectural photographer is driving up to a project and really not knowing what to expect for that day’s work
The making of Utah's newest architectural gem: the Natural History Museum of Utah