Treg Bradley's Modern Temple of Creativity
Treg Bradley stands in his scottsdale home (upper left), the main living room (upper right), Bradley's patented Groball (bottom left), modern kitchen (bottom center), and desert botanical view (bottom right).
photos by Claire Lawton
Part-home, part-gallery, Treg Bradley's modern abode at the tip top of north Scottsdale pays homage to artists both local and international. Bradley, the inventor of the Grobal -- a self-watering plant pot -- says although his home is dedicated to the work of others, it's also very personal.
"I wanted the house to be almost like my own temple," says Bradley, "to inspire me and inspire creativity."
See more about Bradley's home and check out our slideshow after the jump ...
The one-story home is located on two-and-a-half acres of land and created by architect Michael P. Johnson. "He stood by his principles of being a minimalist, so I admired that," says Bradley of his choice.
His favorite space is in his yoga and meditation room, where he can see the sunrise and sunset at perfect angles during certain months of the year through the tinted-glass windows.
A veiw from Bradley's bedroom, to the left is a painting by Kim Dorland.
photo by Claire Lawton
For more photos, check out our slideshow of Bradley's home (and good luck spotting a spot of dust).
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