Spanish Colonial Revival style Safford School designed by architect Annie Rockfellow, working for Henry Jaastad in 1917 in Tucson's Armory Park neighborhood.

Annie Rockfellow: A Master of Spanish Revival Architecture

Chances are, you haven’t heard of Annie Graham Rockfellow. Somehow, Arizona’s first female architect got pushed aside in local history for several decades. So, who is she? Annie Rockfellow was the first woman to study architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one year after they allowed women to enroll. After working back east for several …

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Sam Hughes Place condos - view of the upper floor ramada patio

Sam Hughes Place Condos – Luxury Living Next to UA Campus

About Sam Hughes Place at the Corner Sam Hughes Place is a mixed-use development, consisting of businesses and condominiums, directly across the street from the University of Arizona campus in the Sam Hughes neighborhood. You can’t get much closer to UA than this! It’s located conveniently at Campbell Avenue and 6th Street in Tucson, Arizona. …

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Newly constructed masonry home in historic Barrio Viejo, just steps from downtown Tucson.

Miramonte Barrio Viejo – New Townhomes in Downtown Tucson

About Miramonte Barrio Viejo Arizona home builder Miramonte Homes is building 13 new townhomes in downtown Tucson in the historic Barrio Viejo neighborhood. The masonry homes are currently under construction at Meyer Avenue between Simpson Street and Kennedy Street, on what was previously 5 long-time vacant lots. Let’s take a look at Tucson’s latest infill …

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Tucson homes designed and built by architect David Tyson

David Tyson Architect of Desert Contemporary Homes

About David Tyson’s work David Tyson was an architect who designed beautiful, quality, contemporary residential and commercial buildings throughout Tucson. His work is easily recognizable with the use of massive rectilinear horizontal roof-lines (sometimes with recessed geometric patterns), wood window framing, stucco construction, contemporary wood doors, interiors with natural stone materials, and a contemporary style …

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