Traditional Tuscan architecture with a contemporary flair. Main house visually connected to its Casita with wood-beamed trellis supported by Canterra columns. Glass and metal Entry, with strong Tuscan influence, opens to a circular Foyer. Smooth transition from indoor-to-outdoor is heightened by wood-beamed and tongue-and-groove paneled ceiling extending through the Living Room and out over the Patio. The formal Dining Room’s ceiling is an oval dome; a shape integrating well with the room’s curved walls. Tradition meets natural desert at the Patio, where tile roof, natural stone walls, columns, and tile blend with rock-strewn Arizona desert.