A Glass House Harmonizes with the Desert by Becky Harris (houzz.com)

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This striking pavilion of glass and steel emerges from a desert landscape, making the most of its views and light while protecting its inhabitants from the blazing sun. Designed by Lake Flato Architects, the house uses large panels of glass to let in the views, provides inviting spaces for outdoor living and has a system of overhangs and shades that shield it from the sun. Lake Flato enlisted The Construction Zone to build this custom design for a golf- and desert-loving couple from Texas. Sit back and take a tour with Construction Zone founder Andy Byrnes, who oversaw the construction. Read More

Houzz at a Glance

Who lives here: A golf-loving couple

Location: Desert Mountain, Arizona (near Scottsdale)

Size: About 4,400 square feet; 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms

Year built: 2009

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