Ball-Paylore House by Arthur T. Brown

Ball-Paylore House by Arthur T. Brown

In 1952, Phyllis Ball and Patricia Paylore commissioned Arthur T. Brown—one Tucson’s most important modernist architects—to create an innovative new type of home. To passersby, the 1,200-square-foot residence looks like a typical two-bedroom with mortar-washed brick and angular volumes—but Brown’s ingenuity shines towards the back. Over a rotund back patio, a set of awnings on […]