project of the year

A lime-green, laminated glass balcony supplies a bold contrast to the project's rusted steel siding.

Even in spots without the sun-shading mesh, the residence's glazing and overhangs work to frame mountain views but shun direct midday rays.

A master lav is defined by a blue pop-out.

With a residential loft above and a two-level architecture studio below, the Xeros Residence wraps live and work functions in a 1,650-square-foot package.

Strategic shading, an industrial mesh screen, and a surrounding water element help passively cool the studio courtyard.

A lime-green, laminated glass balcony supplies a bold contrast to the project's rusted steel siding.

Architect Matthew G. Trzebiatowski, AIA, designed the Xeros Residence as his own house and studio in Phoenix.

A sumptuously curving stairway serves as the studio's grand flourish.

A splash of tomato red brightens a shower on the mezzanine level.

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