Andaz Opens First Scottsdale Resort
Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows_Delawie_Hospitality Design Magazine

HospitalityDesign covered the grand opening of Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa sharing that Delawie “infused the resort’s Guest House with an inviting, midcentury modern design.”

Read the entire article by Will Speros, Andaz Opens First Scottsdale Resort, below and online.

Andaz Opens First Scottsdale Resort
Delawie Architects and EDG have crafted the Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa’s midcentury modern environment.

Spread across 23 acres in Arizona’s Paradise Valley, the Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa—Andaz’s first hotel in Scottsdale and 14th property worldwide—has made its debut. Established as a serene desert oasis, the location is framed by 50-foot-tall pine trees, cacti, and desert wildflowers.

San Diego-based firm Delawie Architects has infused the resort’s Guest House with an inviting, midcentury modern design. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls highlight the signature eatery—Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen—and lounge spaces, while the exterior features a large patio. The social gathering space offers a relaxing atmosphere during the day and evolves into a convivial cocktail venue in the evening.

Crafted by, Novato, California-based studio EDG Interior Architecture + Design, 201 bungalow-style guestrooms are adorned with vibrant color, folk art, and cultural patterns inspired by architect Alexander Girard and other mid-20th-century designers and artists. Ranging in size from 350 to 500 square feet, guestrooms and suites are clustered into four- to six-unit enclaves, most of which are equipped with private outdoor patios and lounge furniture. Individual guestrooms feature a front terrace with Spanish-style banco seating and contemporary picnic tables. Midcentury-inspired bathrooms offer grand showers and abundant natural light. Hidden among the accommodations is the Retreat, which includes 22 guestrooms and suites surrounding a pool and outdoor dining spaces.

More than 150 chaise lounges and beds and 13 private cabanas are installed across the centrally located Turquoise Pool’s expansive sundeck. The 12,000-square-foot Palo Verde Spa & Apothecary houses four indoor and three outdoor treatment rooms, outdoor hydrotherapy pools, a nail and hair salon, eucalyptus steam rooms, outdoor relaxation spaces, and a private pool.

The resort also includes 10,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor meeting and function space, such as the 3,900-square-foot Foundry ballroom, the 3,800-square-foot Easel and Mural Studios, and four working studios as large as 1,500 square feet. More than 36,000 square feet of outdoor event and function space is available.