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If you’re looking for an architecturally interesting custom home in Tucson, you may be interested in homes designed by Tucson architect Kevin Howard. And if you don’t have the time needed for planning and building a custom home, a resale Kevin Howard designed home might be the perfect fit for you. His well-designed homes can be found in Dove Mountain, Pima Canyon, Oro Valley, Ventana Canyon, and Catalina Foothills.
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About Architect Kevin Howard
University of Arizona alum, Kevin Howard grew up in Arizona and started his firm, Kevin B. Howard Architects in 1994. The company specializes in high-end residential and commercial projects throughout the Tucson area. Projects designed by Howard’s architecture firm are typically site-specific and have a lot of natural stonework complimented with stucco exteriors, curved walls, and a lot of glass.
The firm has won many awards including several from the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects and Tucson Lifestyle.
The architecture firm also works on commercial projects that can be seen around town, including the former Contents Interiors building on Fort Lowell Road, Studio Del Barrio on Oracle Road, Plaza Colonial, and Paloma Village, both located at Campbell & Skyline.
“We evolved from a small architecture firm to a building construction and design company.”– Kevin Howard, Architect
Stone Village – a neighborhood designed by Kevin Howard Architects
In the early 2000s, the firm worked on a small gated community of 32 homes within the Rancho Vistoso area of Oro Valley. The neighborhood, called Stone Village, was built by Pathway Homes 2004 – 2006. The homes here are situated around a loop that features a small community park with a sundial sculpture. Stone Village homes have spacious floor plans, typically 2200 – 2900 sf on small lots with nice views. The homes have 3 – 4 bedrooms and some of the plans have casitas.
Stone Village is serviced by Amphitheater School District with Painted Sky Elementary, Coronado K-8, and Ironwood Ridge High as the schools for the area.