16 April 2021 | Updated: January 14, 2022
Located close to the Grand Canyon National Park, this property from construction company Maverick LLC blends seamlessly into the Heber forest thanks to the use of natural materials by PORCELANOSA Group.
Designed by Joseph Dejesus of Maverick LLC, this organic home in Heber (Utah, USA) appears to emerge from its natural setting thanks to the use of collections by PORCELANOSA Group.
Boris S (the name of the house) blends seamlessly into the Deer Creek National Park through a triangular structure with a sloping roof camouflaged by the surrounding stone and vegetation, assimilating the structure into the protected landscape.
With an open-plan design in which natural light forms the backbone of each room, connecting them with the exterior, the home's interior design stands out for its contemporary look, with wall tiles inspired by natural stones such as onyx, Scandinavian-style furnishings and cow hide rugs.
The kitchen is the finest example of the kind of continuous design that blends with the landscape. It features the E5.30 Tórtola Brillo model with grey hues that connect the space with the rest of the property. This ever-present dialogue has been achieved with Rodano Acero floor tiles by PORCELANOSA, recreating the restrained look of cement in every tile.
In the bathrooms an organic look has been achieved through the use of wall tiles such as Brunei Blanco, and Bend, Apol and Laus shower columns by Noken.
See it in Projects Porcelanosa.
Design: Joseph Dejesus, Maverick LLC