Phoenix, Arizona-based architecture firm The Ranch Mine gave this local circa-1980s home a direly needed revamp for clients who, Contemporist reports, purchased the property site unseen. The firm masterminded a renovation of the main house, turned the guest house into a swanky master suite, and also restored the landscaping on the relatively tight parcel, adding native flora and sculptural lighting. Perhaps the most significant change (and the most impressive) is the restoration of the house's redwood cladding, which had experienced significant rot and weathering. Inside, the polished concrete floors gleam anew and wood paneling has been restored to its former glory. It's all rather nice.
∙ A Redwood Clad 1980s Home In Phoenix Gets Restored Back To Its Original Beauty [Contemporist]
∙ All Before and After posts [Curbed]