Extraordinary Properties: Form & Function

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In certain circles, innovative architecture is a boundary-pushing test of one-upmanship, with architects juxtaposing and exaggerating existing styles and silhouettes while playfully embracing the element of surprise. But to be successful, design has to do more than be wildly creative: it has to be functional. Such structures are common in big cities, but they can also be found in areas like Scottsdale, Arizona, where some luxury homebuyers are deviating from traditional Tuscan- and Southwest-style homes, opting instead for contemporary statement properties.  Certainly, architecture that challenges the norm has the power to turn heads, but innovative design fuelled by functionality transforms lives.

Extraordinary Properties: Form & Function

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