Some homes have garden gnomes in their yards. Others have a James Turrell Skyspace. The Arrowhead House happens to have the latter. Built in the desert neighborhood of The Ridges, the dwelling is wrapped around a central courtyard housing the contemporary art piece. The structure itself complements the installation with its own set of clean lines and sandy-colored boxes. On the periphery, you’ll find a swimming pool, indoor basketball court, and subterranean garage. While the outside is impressive, the interior holds its own offering five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a theater, and a wine cellar, but the highlight is the double-height living area. Featuring a wall of floor-to-ceiling glazing, the room affords views of the desert landscape, surrounding mountains, and even the glowing neon of the Las Vegas Strip.
Crosby Doe Associates