For the first Estancia project, Ernst sought out the architect who had designed the clubhouse at Desert Mountain. Bob Bacon designed a home with all 60˚ and 120˚ angles inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s triangle period. The angles perfectly frame the views of unique rock formations and city lights.
Brissette architects refined the designs and developed working drawings for the 5,000 square foot home with all copper roofs. Tongue and groove cedar ceilings and cherry cabinets set off the architecture.
Large boulders were left in place to make a partition between the kitchen and dining area.