Ascaya, a tranquil refuge from Las Vegas’ energetic pace, sits on a half-acre site with sweeping views of the city and the surrounding mountain ranges. The 7,200-square-foot luxury estate includes four bedrooms, six and a half baths, office, entertainment room, and expansive indoor-outdoor space. Clad in a combination of rammed earth, plaster, steel and glass, the design captures a “contemporary desert” aesthetic. The simple massing and horizontal lines are tempered by rich, earthy textures of stone, rammed earth, wood and corten steel. The contemporary home offers expansive living, dining and kitchen areas. And through a series of clerestory windows, the roof seems to float, semi-disconnected from the structure. The home also features a covered outdoor dining room, a sunken fire pit, outdoor spa, an indoor multi-functional room with a highly coveted roof deck.