Today’s post is the second third of my interview with Phoenix architect Eddie Jones. I promised that I would post the entire second half today, but there is too much goodness and I don’t want you to miss out on any of it. So I’ll post the rest of the interview in a special edition of the blog this Thursday. Tomorrow I’ll give you an update on the Castaway House.
If you missed the first two parts of this interview, go back and watch here.
Below, find out why Eddie says that being named a key figure in the Arizona School isn’t necessarily a compliment and how his firm has been weathering this recession.
Part III: Moving Beyond the Arizona School
Part IV: How Jones Studio is Faring in this RecessionTags: architect, arizona school, blooming rock, Eddie Jones, Jones Studio, recession, reed kroloff, taz loomans
Hey look at that, I mentioned yesterday that I wish Eddie Jones/Jones Studio would do more affordable housing and here he is saying he wishes they could too!
I’m like a low level soothsayer, very low level.
Lol Will, I believe it…
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