A view of the first floor interior stick framed walls in adobe home – Sedona, Arizona. The status of the project at this point shows – many layers of adobe bricks have been laid to the correct wall height, and the concrete bond beam has been poured and is dry. The next step seen here in progress, is to frame up the interior walls on the view of the front door and entry foyer in the 2500 sq. ft. adobe house. This image shows the first floor of the home taking shape in detail – the walls being raised upon the mono pour cement slab and the many steps which will follow to create the second story. This area of the house will contain later the staircase which leads up to the second floor and ultimately this entry will have a ceiling height of roughly 15 feet, for an open, grand feel to the front door entrance.