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Also on this tour was this contemporary by Ned Sawyer on the north side of Mummy Mountain.

Another home tour of architectural wonders for sale by Azarchitecture and Jarson & Jarson. This time, a Blaine Drake in Paradise Valley.

This was another house on the tour with the Beadle. This is the first stop. This is a Frank Lloyd Wright design inspired house. I can't recall if this was designed by Tucson home builder Tom Gist.

Also on this tour was this contemporary by Ned Sawyer on the north side of Mummy Mountain.

Also on this tour was this contemporary by Ned Sawyer on the north side of Mummy Mountain.

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

2009 Tour of Howard Madole's work up in Sedona.

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

Also on this tour was this contemporary by Ned Sawyer on the north side of Mummy Mountain.

Another home tour of architectural wonders for sale by Azarchitecture and Jarson & Jarson. This time, a Blaine Drake in Paradise Valley.

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

A wonderful house on a corner of Paradise Valley by Al Beadle.

Originally a Valley National Bank, this incredible structure was finished in 1968 and designed by Frank Henry. Mr. Henry was a designer at Weaver and Drover and now teaches at Taliesin West.

 

Visit Modern Phoenix for more information on this awesome Chase Bank branch.

The Evertson Residence

By Ralph Haver AIA circa 1959 in the Marion Estates neighborhood

This rare split-level home was designed for contractor Sven Evertson and was called "Swedish Modern" in its time. It features a pitched roof that is steeper than typical Haver Homes but clad in one of his favorite finishes, wood. The roofline extends to shelter a complete guest suite downhill. Of all of Ralph Haver's homes, this design best expresses his concept of a "patio-port", where parking areas could be adapted for entertainment purposes. Minor alterations make the second-story suite a bit more spacious, but the home is otherwise much the same as the day it was built.

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

Also on this tour was this contemporary by Ned Sawyer on the north side of Mummy Mountain.

Also on this tour was this contemporary by Ned Sawyer on the north side of Mummy Mountain.

"Wendell Burnette"

"Will Bruder"

"Frank Lloyd Wright"

Architecture

Modern

"Modern Architecture"

Design

"Modern Design"

"Modern Phoenix"

Masonry

"Solar Panels"

USGBC

LEED

East Osborn Road

Phoenix, Arizona

 

The middle building is affectionately called "The Punchcard Building". It was designed by W.A. Sarmiento.

 

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Al Beadle

White Gates Residence

beadlearchive.com

The home that Al Beadle built for his family in the early 50s on the south side of Camelback Mountain has fallen prey to time and neglect, and stands today as an empty shell. It was planned to be knocked down for a new home last year.

But due to the persistence of the Modern Phoenix community—one curious “Mr. X” in particular—the owner has had a change of heart and intends to restore this historic property to its former polish, as well as update the property for modern living.

A unique Al Beadle on a private street. This house was preserved.

2009 Tour of Howard Madole's work up in Sedona.

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