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July 25, 2011

Eddie Jones on Design in Ruin

by: Eddie Jones

Tweet Today’s post is by one of my favorite architects Eddie Jones. I heard Eddie speak at the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference a few weeks ago about a new direction he’s taking with design. Find out why Eddie is tired of shiny new buildings and is more intrigued with the effects of time on the built environment. Edward (Eddie) Jones, with his business partner and brother Neal, were raised in the oil fields of Oklahoma. From a very early age the two bothers aspired to be architects and share a studio. Eddie was born in 1949 Texas and moved to…

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Tweet Last week I had the honor of interviewing one of my all-time favorite architects in the Valley, one of my heroes, Eddie Jones.¬† Below are video segments of the first half of our interview.¬† I hope you’ll be as inspired¬† and thrilled as I was when you watch. Part I: Architects that have had the most influence on Eddie:   Part II: Eddie on how his work responds to the local context and what sustainability means to him:   Stay tuned for the second half of my interview with Eddie tomorrow!  

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