Healy / Fearnow Residence
Architect: Alfred Newman Beadle, original 1959 design with extensive 1995 rehab
by Alfred Newman Beadle
Consulting Contractor: Rich Fairborne & Andy Byrnes
Landscape: Christy Ten Eyck
Notes: This original home built largely of wood, designed for the family of West Phoenix tract home builder, restaurateur and long-time Beadle friend and neighbor Bob Healy, was acquired from the Healys by the Fearnows in 1995. The two year rehab was one of Beadle's last projects before he passed away. Upgrading the materials palette, Beadle re-envisioned the home as a Modernist classic, with red and yellow steel accenting — according to Al, "the color the desert when it is happy".