Designed by Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat of Stamberg Aferiat Architecture, the Saguaro Hotel based in Scottsdale, Arizona is a desert oasis, a vibrant escape set dramatically against the beiges and sands of Old Town Scottsdale. The design is meant to channel the palette of 12 indigenous wildflowers of Arizona, which both grounds the hotel and sets it apart from the landscape. This is a beautiful and classy resort you must see for yourself!
All of the 194 guest rooms include outdoor patios or balconies, iPod docking station, work desk, flat screen TV and free Internet for Joy of Life members, while you’ll find soaker tubs and walk-in closets in the suites.
The architects say that it was written in the building code that everything you do has to be natural and about the nature of the desert. That is why everything were in beige and sand color. They work in Newtonian color theory, they like the colors to be complementary to each other without oversaturation. They’re always looked to create light. Once they started with one color, they just moved around the spectrum and kept going.
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