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Ralph Haver (AIA) – Tucson’s Mid-Century Modernist Architect for Everyone

This is the next in a series highlighting architects of note, who have worked in the Tucson area. This edition features Ralph Haver, AIA. Ralph Haver (AIA) was born in California and trained as an architect at USC Pasadena.  After serving in the military in WWII, he relocated to Phoenix, AZ to work with his brother …

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Architect Spotlight: Arthur T. Brown

About Arthur T. Brown Arthur Brown was an influential Architect who moved to Tucson area in 1936 and lived here for several decades. He designed many modern houses, as well as churches and schools, while remaining sensitive to the desert environment. Brown designed the first passive solar school in the country  (Rose School, demolished) in …

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Photos from the 2009 Southern Arizona AIA Architecture Tour

Today concluded another great Architecture Tour sponsored by the Southern Arizona AIA Chapter. The annual tour included 6 private residences, one office building, and one commercial space that is currently under construction.  Some were new structures and many were older homes that had square footage added on in an artful way. The tour is a …

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