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Glassbook House / Sibling Architecture

© Katherine Lu
© Katherine Lu

© Katherine Lu© Katherine Lu© Katherine Lu© Katherine Lu+ 16

Tempe, Australia
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  100
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Cemintel, Lysaght, Mutina, Okalux, Oliveri, +4

Arizona State University, Biodesign Institute C / ZGF Architects

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Kenneth Place Townhomes / Chen + Suchart Studio

© Matt Winquist© Matt Winquist© Matt Winquist© Matt Winquist+ 46

Tooker House at Arizona State University / Solomon Cordwell Buenz

© Bill Timmerman
© Bill Timmerman

© Bill Timmerman© Bill Timmerman© Bill Timmerman© Bill Timmerman+ 25

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  458000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2017
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Viracon, Grand Rapids Chair Company, Koraseal, Zodiac

School of Earth & Space Exploration / Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects

© Bill Timmerman
© Bill Timmerman

© Bill Timmerman© Bill Timmerman© Bill Timmerman© Bill Timmerman+ 26

ASU Health Services Building / Lake|Flato Architects

© Bill Timmerman © Bill Timmerman © Bill Timmerman © Bill Timmerman + 17

Lake Residence / Architekton

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  • Architects: Architekton
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2008

[OVER]fill / Architekton

© Architekton
© Architekton

The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Flip a Strip competition challenged designers around the country to re-imagine the suburban strip mall as an urban typology, proposing an alternative to the ubiquitous developments which have emerged as an economic response to a rapidly outward expanding residential market and the availability of inexpensive land.

Martinek Residence / 180 Degrees Design + Build

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Tempe Center for the Arts / Architekton

Tempe Center for the Arts / ArchitektonTempe Center for the Arts / ArchitektonTempe Center for the Arts / ArchitektonTempe Center for the Arts / Architekton+ 23

Roth House / Debartolo Architects

© Debartolo Architects
© Debartolo Architects

The studio of Debartolo Architects is a unique architectural design firm in that they are passionately committed to architectural excellence parallel with their commitment to serving clients and creating relevant and functionally-tuned environments for people. Founded in 1996 as a collaboration of the father-son team, the firm is built on the rich history of Jack Debartolo Jr. FAIA’s 22-year partnership with Anderson DeBartolo Pan, Inc. Through creativity, innovation and careful listening, their team has become one of the leading studios in creating highly-custom, well-tuned built-environments that respond to their client, context, culture and community.

Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration (ISTB4) / Ehrlich Architects

© Ehrlich Architects
© Ehrlich Architects

Arizona State University’s new Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4 (ISTB 4) was designed to be a progressive home for ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) and some departments from the Fulton Schools of Engineering (FSE). At 294,000 sq.-ft., this seven-story “smart” structure will be the largest research facility in the history of the university. In addition to cutting-edge laboratories and research offices, ISTB 4 will house extensive public outreach and K-12 education spaces designed to engage the Greater Phoenix community in earth and space exploration. Ehrlich Architects’ new Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration is a clearly organized laboratory building that will enhance the research, science and educational programs housed within.

Cedar Street Residence / colab studio

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  • Architects: colab studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  2222 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2010