January 6, 2023
Since its beginnings in 1929, Arizona Biltmore has been considered an architectural masterpiece in which Theresa Virserius showcases the influence of Frank Lloyd Wright and Albert Chase McArthur. Presidents, world leaders and Hollywood names have all found comfort and relaxation at this resort.
Surrounded by an epic landscape and majestic mountains, Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Arizona was renovated in 2021 to create an atmosphere that would make guests feel truly at home. The first step was to rearrange the space, which led to the creation of a swimming pool, the Spire Bar, Lawn (an exclusive event area), Wright's Bar and high-end guest cabins.
The outdoor area has retained its classical character, both in the use of materials and in the scale of the buildings. Here we find a new terrace for enjoying beautiful uninterrupted views of the mountains surrounded by plants that keep the space cool.
Inside, the earthy colours, woods and stucco wall give a welcoming quality to the lounge room, adorned with bespoke furniture and cosy lighting. The design of this space combines artisanal elements and concrete patterns, characteristic of Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural style, which contrast with the Linkfloor Multiformat Cream floor tiles from L'Antic Colonial.
The suites are the epitome of vintage glamour, with beautifully restored interiors, artistic touches, cosy rooms and private patios offering an exclusive atmosphere for relaxation.
See it in Projects Porcelanosa.
Architecture: Theresa Virserius