The views looking out from a contemporary new home built on the Draper foothills all were different and wonderful
It’s long been a favorite neighborhood of mine. Since I can remember, the furniture stores, parks, obelisk, coffee shops, and small bungalows made Sugar House feel like its own small town set in the midst of a city. This week took me to Sugar House to photograph an apartment home in a new multi-use complex….
There comes a time in every man’s life when it all catches up with him. It sounds like a plot line for a novel, but actually, it’s my office.
I will be featuring gardens in Midway, Utah, that serve as my inspiration as I drag the tiller out and try to revive our half-acre from winter’s wear and tear and the newly blossomed carpet of dandelions.
Perhaps it’s the reduce-reuse-repair-recycle messages of Earth Day, but my thoughts this week turn to historic home restorations.
While many couples say they could never do it, I meet many couples where the strong relationship at home extends to business.
The Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer home was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for an unbuilt home in California and then adapted for property at Taliesen West.
I usually feature and discuss residential architecture and design, but this week I am showcasing office and commercial buildings and the return of modernism.
Where better for a golfer to find happiness on a rainy day than in this golf simulator I photographed in a house built by Upland Development?
I revisited a home that I first photographed over 32 years ago to make new photographs, and I was struck how the timeless design has endured.