Tucson Lifestyle - October 2014 - page 9

Great Designs
Outdoor LivingSpace
PatriciaMooney, ASID
Designlines Interior Design
Photography by Jeff Volker
The desire to have a pizza oven drove the decision to
renovate this formerly unused space. It had no over-
hang to protect from the oven, seating and garden. The
revised space complements the Santa Fe architecture
but still maintains an Italian influence. Added to the Pizza
Courtyard were a Bocce court, all-weather ambience
and task lighting, and a tortoise enclosure.
First Place
Residential Product Design
Lori Carroll, ASID, IIDA, NKBAMember
Lori Carroll &Associates
Photography byWilliamLesch
The front entry to a home is one of its most important features.
For this grand 7,000-square-foot home, the designer needed to
create an equally grand double door. Surrounding the entrance,
concrete pavers trimmed with pre-cast molding were precision
cut to form niches. Naturally warmwalnut travertine was the
perfect complement to the forged black iron of the doors.
Residential Product Design
Terri Taylor, ASID, IIDA, IDS, IFDA
Taylor DesignGroup
Photography by Robin Stancliff
Tomaintain the light source for the walk-in shower but
provide privacy without using glass block, the designer
commissioned a beautiful stained-glass window inspired
by a tapestry in the owner’s collection. The art glass is sand-
wiched between a storefront window on the outside for
protection and a glass panel on the inside that is set flush to
the surrounding tile, making it easy to clean andmaintain.
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