Located in the Valley of Sun, Arizona, an amazing house designed by Kendle design collaborative can captivate your attention. The Monk’s shadow residence was built in praying monk. Praying monk is a geological formation which was formed 30 million years old on Camel back Mountain in the Valley of Sun. The house was designed by the owner because he wants to see the Monk as soon as he wakes up.
The house contains of three main room named family room, master bedrooms, children rooms and guest rooms. This house is built almost likes a glass house, because mainly the windows and the doors are uses glass material. The architect perfectly designed the house by considering the wind direction so that the house can get natural air flow from the mountain. Also there is a gallery space which called as secret garden which contains desert plants and soft grass. The gallery cannot be seen from the outside, so that the owner can keep their privacy.
With butterfly shape, the roof can give the owner a beautiful view of the mountain and it is directly face to rainwater which surrounds the landscape. With natural material, the house effectively looked harmonious with the environment. The Monk’s Shadow is the real humble residence which can stay beautiful with the nature.
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