Ephemeral and enchanting, the Northern Lights have fascinated and haunted human beings with their spectral presence for millennia. But only over the past decade has there been a distinct surge in international tourism to the remote and icy locals above the Arctic Circle where the Aurora Borealis can best be viewed and photographed. The recently opened Aurora Villa, a boutique hotel designed by Sparano + Mooney Architecture was created with the specific intention of viewing the Borealis within the comfort and coziness of the lodge.Read More
With an anticipated occupancy in the early fall; all exterior materials are nearing completion and the focus is shifting to interior finishes.Read More
If you are looking for a pleasant way to pass time indoors as the seasons change, look no further than the Summer 2016 issue of Utah Style & Design - a Park City modern home designed by Sparano + Mooney Architecture has been featured on the cover!
The corresponding article, “Opening Act”, written by Natalie Taylor and photographed by Scot Zimmerman, showcases the “strikingly beautiful” contemporary residence, which “combines dynamic architecture with high-style livability and sustainability”. The clients were clear about choosing the right Park City architect and about their must-haves: “We wanted a relatively quiet house with no duplicate spaces. It was critical that the house feels like it belongs on the land and that it fits peacefully into its environment without feeling forced”.Read More