Art Deco Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1925-1940s) 

A mix of smooth swirls, curves and high-gloss finishes, Art Deco style evokes 1930s movie-star glamour. read more... 

 

Bungalows Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1880-1925) 

The 19th century Arts and Crafts Movement sparked the Craftsman and bungalow styles. read more...

 

Cape Cod Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1930-1950) 

Early American settlers developed this northeastern U.S. style, which is known for its gabled roof and plain front. read more...

 

French Provincial Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1915-1945) 

These symmetrical homes are inspired by French estates from the 1600s. read more...

 

Pueblo Revival Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1912-present) 

The flat roofs and earth-toned walls of the Pueblo style were inspired by the simple structures of the Pueblo Indians. read more... 

 

Ranch Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1930-1980) 

Single-story, open ranch homes are modeled after the casual style of true Western homes. read more... 

 

Spanish Colonial Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1890-1930) 

This style shows strong Latin influences and fosters a connection to nature. read more...

 

Tudor Revival Architecture in Phoenix, Arizona 

(1890-1950) 

Half-timbered exteriors, steep roofs and gables mark the Tudor Revival style. read more...