Guy Dreier

The Designer - Bougainvillea, Lot 4

Being a small firm, Guy personally designs every home. They take only a limited number of projects, which enables Guy to be personally involved in every design - from start to finish. Every home is a study in sculptural shapes and organic warm spaces that their clients don't want to leave. They follow every project through to its completion, working with the client to make the process a fun and creative one. The majority of their projects are complete architectural and interior packages. Son of noted Swiss architect, Eduard Dreier, Guy Dreier was introduced to architecture at an early age. With over 35 years of professional experience, Guy Dreier has designed some of the most sculptural and unique homes in America's most distinctive sities, including:

  • Boca Raton
  • Vail
  • Salt Lake City
  • Las Vegas
  • Rancho Santa Fe
  • La Jolla
  • Malibu
  • Bighorn

Featured in the pages of Architectural Digest, Palm Springs Life Magazine, Décor & Style and the Robb Report as well as on Home & Garden Television. Guy Dreier’s designs have become synonymous with dramatic innovation and sculptural elegance.

Steven De Christopher

The Designer - Brittle Brush, Lot 2

Over the last 40 years the company has evolved from providing just interior design services to offering building design, construction and landscape design. The company has now become the desert’s premiere one stop resource for all phases of design and construction.

Compared to most other desert Building Designers and Architects, De Christopher is unique in its approach to designing and construction of residential architecture. The company believes that to be a great designer of architecture, you must also be a great interior designer and have a construction background. As a building designer, interior designer and general contractor, De Christopher has the unique sensitivity of how rooms will be ultimately lived in and the costs involved.

From Past to Present Day, De Christopher continues to redefine what a design company should be.

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