In this design for a home in southwest Utah we chose to look back to the historical origins of Spanish Pueblo Revival vernacular and decided to create a compound, which is found in older homes throughout Mexico, Spain and the Middle East. Even though the home is essentially one building, we broke up the massing to give the appearance of several structures organized around a central courtyard. Hence, the primary rooms all have distinct massings and each takes advantage of the best views. In many respects, the architecture humbly steps back to allow the views to be paramount. This was achieved by wrapping butt-glazed windows around corners and seamlessly transitioned windows to skylights.