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AIA Western Mountain Region 50 Year Anniversary
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History of Recognition: The Honor Awards Jason Pettigrew Scholarship
50th anniversary logo competition History of Recognition: The Design Awards
2005 Design Award Winners 2006 Design Award Winners 2007 Design Award Winners 2008 Design Award Winners
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1959 Western Mountain Region Established
From it’s inception in 1857 until 1892, the American Institute of Architects had no chapters or components located within the Western Mountain Region. In 1892 the Colorado Chapter of the AIA was the fi rst component to be established within the current boundaries of the Western Mountain Region (Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming).
By 1900 there were two fellows from the Colorado Chapter. They were Robert S. Roeschlaub of Denver (elevated to fellowship in 1900 – one of only three that year) and Francis W. Cooper of Pueblo, Colorado, who was automatically made a “fellow” when the Western Association of Architects merged with the AIA in 1889. The only other fellow in the region at the time was J. S. Mathews of Cheyenne who was elevated to fellowship in the WAA in 1886
and, consequently, by the AIA in 1889. For the next forty years, no other WMR member was elevated to fellowship. In 1940, Robert K. Fuller of Denver and Walter Ellsworth Ware of Salt Lake City were elected to the College of Fellows. In the following 15 years, only Burnham Hoyt (1949) of Denver was elevated to Fellowship from the region.
By 1910, the Colorado Chapter had grown to a total of a total of 48 members. In 1913, the states of Wyoming and New Mexico were included as components of the Colorado Chapter and, in 1916, Utah was added. Also in 1916, Nevada was assigned to the existing San Francisco Chapter, a chapter since 1881. At the same time (1916), Arizona was part of the Southern California Chapter. Five years later (1921), Utah established an independent 10
By: Phillip H. Gerou, FAIA / Evergreen, Colorado / 1998
W e s t e r n M o u t n a i n R e g i o n A m e r i c a n I n s t i t u t e o f A r c h i t e c t s
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chapter, which included the state of Utah and a number of counties in southern Idaho; the total membership was 15.
Regional Districts appear at least as early as 1922 when, on June 4, at the National Executive Committee meeting, the regions were numbered with Region 8 including Washington, Montana, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Alaska. At that time, Colorado was included in Region 6 and New Mexico in Region 9. Five years later, at the National Board Meeting (30 November 1927), Region 8 was re-designated the Western Mountain District and included all the states from the former Region 8. Colorado was still part of Region 6 and New Mexico remained in Region 9. In 1929, the San Francisco Chapter was renamed the Northern California Chapter but still incorporated all of Nevada.
In 1937, Arizona separated from the Southern California Chapter to establish an independent state organization. Wyoming and New Mexico both separated from the Colorado Chapter in 1947 to form independent state organizations. The Districts/Regions were renamed and reapportioned in July of 1959 forming the current six-state Western Mountain Region. The WMR has had two national presidents, Raymond J. Ashton, FAIA, of Salt Lake City in 1943 and John D. Anderson, FAIA of Denver in 2001. For a full list of all national offi ces held by WMR members, see WMR Awards and Offi cers.
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Prior to 1980, WMR had only one director; the dates below refer to December of 76’ to December of 79’, ect. – a three year term.
1958-1961 Fred Porter (WY)
1961–1964 R. Lloyd Snedaker, d. (UT) 1964–1967 James Hunter, d. (CO)
1967-1970 Sydney Little, d. (AZ)
1970–1973 Max Flatow (NM)
1973-1976 Robert Fielden (NV)
1976–1979 Gerald Clark (AZ)
1980 - 1981 John Rogers (CO) WMR Senior Director Tom Muths, d. (WY) Junior Director
WMR Presidents Commission Chairs (1982-1994)
1982 Tom Muths, d. (WY) WMR Senior Director Phil Dinsmore, d. (AZ)) Junior Director Dave Daileda (NV) (CO) Regional Secretary Fred Hynek (WY) Regional Treasure
1983 Phil Dinsmore, d. (AZ) WMR Senior Director Bill Muchow, d. (CO) Junior Director Dave Daileda (NV) (CO) Regional Secretary Fred Hynek (WY) Regional Treasure Dave Hasse, WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
1984 Phil Dinsmore, d. (AZ) WMR Senior Director Bill Muchow, d. (CO) Junior Director John Prosser (CO) Regional Secretary Fred Hynek (WY) Regional Treasure Dave Daileda (NV) WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
1985 Bill Muchow, d. (CO) WMR Senior Director Dave Daileda (NV) Junior Director John Prosser (CO) Regional Secretary Fred Hynek (WY) Regional Treasure Roger Baalman (WY) WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
1986 Dave Daileda (NV) WMR Senior Director Greg Franta (CO) Junior Director Penny Posedly (AZ) Regional Secretary Fred Hynek (WY) Regional Treasure Neil Stowe (UT) WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
1987 Dave Daileda (NV) WMR Senior Director Greg Franta (CO) Junior Director Penny Posedly (AZ) Regional Secretary Don Schlegel (NM) Regional Treasure Chris Hard (WY) WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
Chronolgy of Past WMR Offi cers
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2003 Brad Schultz (NV) WMR Senior Director Randy Byers (WY) Junior Director Ned White (CO) Regional Secretary Rick Bright (AZ) Regional Treasure Robin Treston(NV/AZ) Regional Associate Director Randy Lavigne (NV) CACE Representative
2004 Randy Byers (WY) WMR Senior Director Glenn Fellows (NM) Junior Director Steve Loos, (CO) Regional Secretary Rick Bright (AZ) Regional Treasure Robin Treston(NV/AZ) Regional Associate Director Cecilia Portal (NM) CACE Representative
2005 Randy Byers (WY) WMR Senior Director Glenn Fellows, (NM) Junior Director Steve Loos, (CO) Regional Secretary John Padilla, (NM) Regional Treasure Ronnie DiCappo Regional Associate Director Cecilia Portal (NM) CACE Representative
2006 Glenn Fellows, (NM) WMR Senior Director Steve Loos, (CO) Junior Director Chris Green, (CO) Regional Secretary John Padilla, (NM) Regional Treasure Jered Minter, (CO) Regional Associate Director Tina Litteral, (AZ) CACE Representative
2007 Stephen K. Loos, (CO) WMR Senior Director John Padilla, (NM) Junior Director Chris Green, (CO) Regional Secretary John Alejandro, (NM) Regional Treasure Matt Howell, (CO) Regional Associate Director Tina Litteral, (AZ) CACE Representative
1988 Greg Franta (CO) WMR Senior Director Jess Holmes Junior Director Phil Gerou (CO) Regional Secretary Don Schlegel (NM) Regional Treasure Chris Hard (WY) WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
1993 Mike Stransky (UT) WMR Senior Director Phil Gerou (CO) Junior Director Gabor Lorant Junior Director Pat Rehse (AZ) Regional Secretary Marvin Sparn (CO) Regional Treasure Doug Whitneybell (AZ) WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
1994 Phil Gerou (CO) WMR Senior Director Pat Rehse (AZ) Junior Director Doug Whitneybell (AZ) Regional Secretary Marvin Sparn (CO) Regional Treasure John Rogers (CO) WMR Pres. Comm. Chair
1995 Pat Rehse (AZ) WMR Senior Director John Anderson (CO) Junior Director Doug Whitneybell (AZ) Regional Secretary William Miller (UT) Regional Treasure
1996 Pat Rehse (AZ) WMR Senior Director John Anderson (CO) Junior Director Barry Smith (UT) Regional Secretary William Miller (UT) Regional Treasure Elizabeth Mitchell (UT) CACE Representative
1997 John Anderson (CO) WMR Senior Director Terry Brown (NM) Junior Director Barry Smith (UT) Regional Secretary Dino Sakellar (AZ) Regional Treasure Elizabeth Mitchell (UT) CACE Representative
1998 Terry Brown (NM) WMR Senior Director Marvin Sparn (CO) Junior Director Wayne Silberschlag (AZ) Regional Secretary Dino Sakellar (AZ) Regional Treasure Tina Gobbel (AZ) CACE Representative
1999 Terry Brown (NM) WMR Senior Director Marvin Sparn (CO) Junior Director Wayne Silberschlag (AZ) Regional Secretary Randy Byers (WY) Regional Treasure Tina Gobbel (AZ) CACE Representative
2000 Marvin Sparn (CO) WMR Senior Director Wayne Silberschlag (AZ) Junior Director Dennis Humphries (CO) Regional Secretary Randy Byers (WY) Regional Treasure Joe Jackson (CO) CACE Representative
2001 Wayne Silberschlag (AZ) WMR Senior Director Brad Schultz (NV) Junior Director Dennis Humphries (CO) Regional Secretary Randy Byers (WY) Regional Treasure Joe Jackson (CO) CACE Representative Regional Associate Director
Prior to 2002 there were no Associate Directors
2002 Wayne Silberschlag (AZ) WMR Senior Director Brad Schultz (NV) Junior Director White (WY) Regional Secretary Randy Byers (WY) Regional Treasure Jason Pettigrew (CO) Regional Associate Director Randy Lavigne (NV) CACE Representative
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Stephen K. Loos, AIA (CO) WMR Senior Director
2008 Western Mountain Region Senior Director
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“John and I have the privilege and the pleasure of representing more than 3,000 AIA Architect members in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming on the AIA National Board of Directors. As we close out our celebration of the Institute’s Sesquicentennial Year, we look forward to our own celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Western Mountain Region next year. Once again, the New Year fi nds us energized and excited by the future prospects of our Institute and our Region and look forward to working with you in the coming year.”
Stephen K. Loos, AIA WMR Senior Director
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2008 Western Mountain Region Executive Committee
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Stephen K Loos, AIA (CO) WMR Senior Director
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Steve Lichtenberger, AIA (AZ)Regional Secretary
Elizabeth Mitchell, Hon. AIA (UT) CACE Representative
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“The American Institute of Architects is THE voice of the architectural profession and THE resource for its members in service to society.”
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A History of the WMR Fellows...
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“An idea is salvation by the imagination.”
Frank Lloyd Wright
the Honor Awards
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21 Silver Medal Honor Awards have been given out, since 1979, when it was established. The Silver Medal recognizes an individual who has made signifi cant contributions to the institute, profession and the citizens of the Western Mountain Region, their community, and who ahs transcended local boundaries in making these contributions.
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1980 DeVon Carlson, FAIA
(no records exist of the 1981 & 1982 recipients)
1983 George C. Pearl, FAIA
Albuquerque, New Mexico
1987 Robert L. Bliss, AIA
Salt Lake City, Utah 1994
John B. Rogers, FAIA Denver, Colorado
1995 Cab Childress, FAIA Denver, Colorado
Fredric Benedict, FAIA Aspen, Colorado
1996 Les Wallach, FAIA Tucson, Arizona
1997 Jack Debartolo, FAIA
1999 Pat Rehse, FAIA Phoenix, Arizona
2000 TerryBrown,FAIA
Denver, Colorado
2007 Dennis Humphries, AIA
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21 Firm of the Year Awards have been given out, since 1979, when it was established. This award recognizes the continuing collaboration among individuals in a fi rm who have produced distinguished architecture over a period of at least 10 years, and have made signifi cant contributions to the institute, the profession and their community, and have transcended their local boundaries in making these contributions.
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ral Firm of the Year
1980 W. C. Muchow
1988 FFKR
2005 Orcutt/Winslow Partnership
Denver, Colorado
Denver, Colorado
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WMR Awards of Distinction have been given out, since 1979, when it was established. This award recognizes those individuals and organizations outside the AIA membership category of Architect, who have recorded, illustrated or contributed to a better understanding and interpretation of awareness in the Western Mountain Region.
WMR Award
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of Distinction
Dana Crawford Denver, Colorado
Denver, Colorado
Brent Davis Tucson, Arizona
1997 Adele W. Weiler
Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 Nore V. Winter
1999 Lou Wynn
Colorado Springs, Colorado
2001 Tina Gobbel AIA Phoenix, Arizona
2003 Randy Lavigne AIA Las Vegas, Nevada
Susan Barnes-Gelt Denver, Colorado
2007 Mayor John Hickenlooper
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5 Young Architect Awards have been given out since it was established in 2003. To recognize those individuals, who at an early stage in their architectural career, have shown exceptional leadership in design, education and/or service to the profession.
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2006 Scott Rodwin
Denver, Colorado
Las Vegas, Nevada
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3 “25 Year” Awards have been given out since it was established in 2003. This award recognizes the built structure that has most infl uenced design and lifestyle in the Western Mountain region.
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Ye ar Award
Las Vegas, NV
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9 “Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship” Awards have been given out since it was established. This scholarship has been awarded to diverse and unique individuals across the United States.
The AIA National Associates Committee established the scholarship fund to remember their friend and colleague, Jason Pettigrew, Assoc. AIA.
Jason dedicated much of his time with the AIA towards the development and growth of others and a commitment to community service. He touched the lives of everyone around him through his selfl ess service which included not only leadership roles locally, and with AIA Colorado, but through his national service as well. His signifi cant contributions include assisting in the formation of the NAC through service on the fi rst NAC Executive Committee, serving multiple years as Representative to the IDP Coordinating Committee, and most recently through his contributions towards the development of the Emerging Professional’s Companion released in 2004.
As noted by Ana Guerra, Assoc. AIA, current Associate director on the AIA Executive Committee and past NAC chair: “Jason Pettigrew was committed to the future of the profession and kept all of our heads turned in the right direction toward progress. He was an architecture intern’s strongest advocate on many fronts and created conversations for all of the profession to work as one.”
2006 Rebecca Brunt,
2008 Vasso Kampti,
Dalimar Martinez-Carreras, Assoc. AIA
Jason Dale Pierce, Assoc. AIA
41orial ARE Scholarship
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Competition Criteria:
The design must include “aia, wmr, 50”, the identity can be text-based, logo • or any combination of these and other graphic formats. it must be easily recognizable and text should be easy to read
The design must be able to be printed in black and white, and in full color (2 • color max)
The size must be adjustable from very small to large it must be possible to use • on screen: internet, CD-ROM, TV , video and banners; on paper: in newspaper print, letterhead, cards, advertisements, posters; and on textile: hats, t-shirts, sweaters or various gadgets (pins, pens etc)
“aia western mountain region 50th anniversary logo competition”
Winner Michael Vinh AIA, LEED AP
Michael Vinh is a Senior Architectural Designer at Steelman Partners in Las Vegas, Nevada. Michael received his undergraduate architecture degree at the University of Virginia and a Master in Architecture from Harvard University. Prior to joining Steelman Partners, Michael has contributed to a number of internationally signifi cant projects while working in the offi ces of Richard Meier & Partners in New York and later as an Associate with Gensler in Los Angeles. Since joining Steelman Partners in 2006, Michael’s work has centered on establishing the architectural design vision of a project through an advanced study of program, context, building systems and form.
Michael’s work has been widely printed in professional publications including Architectural Record, and The Architectural Review. His projects have received numerous awards including Awards of Design Excellence from AIA chapters in Nevada and California. He is involved with the development of future professionals through IDP mentorship and has served as a guest critic at the University of Southern California, the Boston Architectural Center and University of Nevada Las Vegas.
logo competition
the Design Awards
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Desert Broom Library
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Location: Austin, Texas
Austin City Hall
Flint Riverquarium Ice House Lofts
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Architect: David Heymann, Laura Miller, and Michael Underhill
Location: Ames, Iowa
Stanwood Oakwood Road Church
Quincie Douglas Library
Architect: Design Build BLUFF/ College of Architecture & Planning, University of Utah / Hank Louis AIA
Rosie Joe House
2 0 0 5 C
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Architect: GouldEvans + Lord Aeck Sargent
Architect: Stephan Dynia Architects PCArchitect: Jones Studio, Inc.
Hunt ResidenceBiodesign Institute @ Arizona State University House of Five Dreams
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Lattie F. Coor Hall
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Architect: VCBO Architecture
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“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex...It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.”
Albert Einstein
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Architect: Jones Studio, Inc. Location : Phoenix, Arizona
Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Building 2
Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Building 3
University of Arizona Meinel Optical Sciences Building
Architect: Richärd+Bauer Architects, llc Location: Phoenix, Arizona
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2 0 0 6 M
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Architect: Circle West Archtiects, PC. Location : Phoenix, Arizona
The Duke
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
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2 0 0 6 C
IT A T IO
Architect: Antoine Predock Architects, PC Location : Albuquerque, New Mexico
National Palace Museum
US Arid Land Agricultural Research Facility
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Architect: DeBartolo Architects Location: Yuma, Arizona
Architect: Allen + Philp Architects Location : Phoenix, arizona
Architect: Jon Anderson Architect Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Stone Ridge Church Hotel Valley Ho Sandia Mini Cooper Dealership
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“A great building must begin with the unmeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed and in the end must be unmeasurable.”
Louis Kahn
2 0 0 7 H
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Prayer Pavilion of Light
Architect: Turnbull, Griffi n, & Haesloop Architects Location : Jackson County, Colorado
Conor Creek Ranch House
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Location: Jackson, Wyoming
Performing Arts Pavilion @ the Jackson Hole Center Hyatt Regency Denver
Architect: Klipp/Brennan Beer Gorman Architects joint venture
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
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The Blue Rondo
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Miramonte Residence
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Private Residence
Architect: Line & Space Location : Phoenix, Arizona
Cesar Chavez Library
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2 0 0 7 C
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Architect: Diamond and Schmitt architects, Inc. & Studiowest Architects, Inc. (joint venture)
Location : Phoenix, Arizona
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One Cental Park East
Landsource Tempe
New Fork Social Club Residence
Architect: Carney Architects Location: Jackson, Wyoming
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#6 Water Song Lane
Architect: Carney Architects Location : Jackson, Wyoming
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Architect: SmithGroup Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Arcadia Historical Museum
Architect: Fentress Bradbum Architects, Ltd. Location: Denver, Colorado
Arizona Biomedical Collaborative Colorado Convention Center Expansion
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Architect: Rob Paulus Architect, Ltd. Location : Tuscon, Arizona
Silverado FlatsSea-Tac Central Terminal Expansion
Architect: Fentress Bradbum Architects, Ltd. Location: Seatle, Washington
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“Architecture arouses sentiments in man. The architect’s task therefore, is to make those sentiments more precise.”
Adolf Loos
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Cleveland State University Fine and Visual Arts Facility
Architect: Blank Studio, Inc. Location : Phoenix, Arizona
Social Condenser for Superior, Arizona
Architect: Circle West Architects, P.C. Location : Scottsdale, Arizona
Desert House Arabian Branch Library
Architect: Richärd+Bauer Architects Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
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Architect: Carney Architects Location: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Architect: Westlake Reed Leskosky Location : Phoenix, Arizona
Laurence S. Rockefeller Preserve Balboa Theatre Betty H. Fairfax High School
Architect: DLR Group Location: Denver, Colorado
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Architect: SmithGroup, Inc. Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Architect: Rob Paulus Architect, Ltd. Location : Tuscon, Arizona
Architect: Carney Architects Location: Denver, Colorado
IndigoMODERN Papago Gateway Center Queens Lane Wine Silo
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Architect: Jones Studio Inc. Location: Tuscon, Arizona
Architect: Weddle Gilmore Architects Location : Scottsdale, Arizona
McDowell Mountain Ranch Aquatic Center University of Arizona Roy P. Drachman Hall
Architect: SmithGroup, Inc. Location: Phoenix, Arizona
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Architect: Mark Roddy, AIA + Caren Roddy, AIA
Colegio Americano de Puebla
Architect: Anderson Mason Dale Architects in association with Idea Asociados de Mexico
Location : Puebla, Mexico
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