- Mixed Use
Las Vegas, NV
Built along a steep hillside that naturally faces approximately 30-degrees away from the Las Vegas strip, the site is designed to terrace naturally along the contours of the slope. Providing views and outdoor spaces to enjoy them was a priority when designing these homes. This drove the decision to rotate the rooms along the rear of the home 30-degrees, orientating the great room, kitchen, loggia and master bedroom toward The Strip. Floor plans are open, single-story plans with multiple outdoor spaces including; enclosed front courtyards, covered rear loggias and private outdoor spaces off the master suite. The home parcels sit at the highest allowable point on the site, which is located at the bottom of Red Rock National Park. This strategic placement means permanent open space with no chance of development behind Ironwood.
KTGY Architecture + Planning Honored with 2 Gold & 3 Silver Awards at The Nationals Awards
KTGY Architecture + Planning Honored with 3 Platinum & 3 Gold Awards at Best in American Living Awards Show
Granite Heights and Ironwood – A 30-Degree Design Shift for MAXIMUM LIVABILITY
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