Nestled into the desert on over 3 acres sits the Javelina House, designed by Architect Robert Swaim. Completed in 1972, and is one of the Architects early commissions. Well sited on an East / West axis, this home steps down with the contours of the property allowing for a true indoor & outdoor connection. The original plan remains intact, with a separation of public and private spaces connected via the main entry hall. Natural light floods the interiors in all directions. Extended overhangs shelter sliding doors & windows that open to patios, gardens and the desert horizon beyond. A material palette of brick, concrete, glass and wood bring warmth and texture to the space. Interior wood casework and built-ins, brass hardware, and 3x6 aqua tile add to the patina of the home.