Bharucha Residence - Tucson, Arizona (1987-88)
A house of burnt adobe for a Zoroastrian family, built around an octagonal courtyard. The design makes use of decorative brick and clay tile details, to relate the house to its natural setting and to the culture of the owners.
3,000 s.f. net area.
Contractor: George Endrizzi
Status: completed 1990
(Received the Honor Award from the International Symposium on Desert Architecture, American Institute of Architects and the University of Arizona, 1991)