My friend—and Phoenix architect—Aaron Kimberlin’s Willo guest house was accepted in Apartment Therapy’s Smallest Coolest Home Contest.
Lots of good posts this week, here are five of the best.
Five posts that caught my eye this week.
The concept of adaptive reuse grows directly from genius loci.
This building is an often overlooked example of Phoenix’s mid-century architecture. Neil B. McGinnis Neil B. McGinnis was born in El Paso Texas in 1897. He spent his childhood in Missouri, and moved to Phoenix in 1912. McGinnis graduated from Phoenix Union High School and attended Occidental College in California before …
605 East Grant Street has a long and storied history, with connection to some key figures in the Phoenix’s history.
Phoenix is about to loose another historic gem. This time however, the antagonist isn’t a greedy developer but our very own city government and state university.
Over the past two years, amidst all the new buildings popping up, Downtown Phoenix has quietly become a national leader in promoting adaptive reuse.
On Saturday, September 26, a handful of adaptive reuse projects will be highlighted during the Grand Avenue Festival.
If you enjoy living, working or playing in downtown Phoenix, chances are you owe a thank you to the Downtown Voices Coalition.