Inspired by Tim McCormac’s love of the American Hot Rod and Rockabilly culture, the mancave workshop was designed as a sophisticated interpretation of that era. The space is layered with saturated colors and textures creating a functional practical environment for the modern classic car lover. Located between both garages, this space can serve as a workshop, mechanic’s space or simply an escape.
We partnership with Challenger Design to present matte black tool-box style cabinetry that is both durable and handsome for this space. Thank you, Challenger Design and Jason Beer.
The garages at ICONIC HAUS can hold up to 8 cars (4 on lifts) and an autostacker lift holds the builder’s own vintage Hudson. The lighting, flooring and door systems are all designed for the car lover. In fact, the wall between the garage and game room was constructed to handle a full glass wall for the car lover who wants to gaze upon his/her collection in the garage from the game room.
FORMing human connections with the environments. Celeste Wilson of FORM180 feels that design nourishes her passion for creativity. Her intention is to continually evolve her product, fueled by innovation and social advances. Rendering successful outcomes for her clients while being grounded in the elements and principles of design.
“Design is my Dharma. I truly believe creatives solve problems through design. It’s humbling to be a part of the process and contribute to the livelihood of my clients and their families.”
“Learn to look not just with your eyes but with your heart. Find the things that connect with you. How else will you know how to design your home?” — Kelly Hoppen
Light - Crossroads Linear Suspension
Bar, Stools, Table, Sculpture, Butcher Block Countertop
We hope you enjoyed a few quiet moments of "Living Beautifully," gazing through our VIRTUAL ICONIC HAUS, which was originally designed as an 18-day luxury designer showhouse tour as a fundraiser for The Heart Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. If you feel inspired, you can support PCH here.