Tempe architects turn 'good bones' into dream home
Brian and Melissa Farling are respected architects. So when it came to building their dream home, they had a few ideas - and knew exactly how to execute them.
Brian, lead designer at Jones Studio, is originally from Pennsylvania. Melissa, born in New York state, is the managing principal at HDR Architecture’s Phoenix office. They met at The University of Arizona and now have a 14-year-old daughter, Candace.
In 1994, Brian had just graduated from college when the couple bought their first home together, a 1956 ranch house in Tempe. They didn’t buy into the idea of a starter home and decided... read more
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