Teresa Rosano and Luis Ibarra, a husband and wife team of Tucson’s Ibarra Rosano Design Architects, will be featured on HGTV’s Extreme Homes this fall. The series features four houses each episode, representing different parts of the world. The duo will be representing the Tucson Sonoran Desert.
The Levin Residence, the home to be featured on the show, has also earned the couple its 8th “Home of the Year” Award. The American Institute of Architects Southern Arizona Chapter and Tucson Lifestyle Magazine award a top home each year in the Tucson area.
Ibarra and Rosano are both Tucson locals and graduates of the University of Arizona School of Architecture. With an extensive background in and love for the Southern Arizona community, Ibarra and Rosano are the perfect duo to represent Tucson in the upcoming show.
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects was founded in 1999. The power couple has worked hard ever since, gaining recognition as one of Arizona’s top design firms for their modern desert architecture. The new-age architecture of the firm has been published internationally and has received over 50 national and regional design awards.
Ibarra and Rosano are strong believers that architecture is space. They believe that architecture has the power to nurture and inspire. They have used these beliefs in the creation of the Levin Residence, which is pictured above.
For more information about the upcoming show, or the firm, visit www.ibarrarosano.com.