Pueblo architecture, with its soft edges, rounded corners, thick walls and sheltered courtyards, provides a refreshing choice for the desert Southwest and Arizona landscape. Curved mortared stone walls that look like the rock strewn desert, combine with heavy wood columns and exquisitely paneled wood doors. Patios have exposed beams and tongue-and-groove paneled ceilings. This theme is continued inside with wood framed floor-to-ceiling window walls that blur the interface between inside and outside. Entry Foyer extends from front to back, its ceiling a brick-lined oval dome.