Modern Architecture in Phoenix Photos

Phoenix, because of standards set by early architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, enjoys very high standards of building design.

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Renaissance Square & Phelps Dodge Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Phelps Dodge Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Patriot Square. Phoenix, AZ.Patriot Square, Wells Fargo Building, City Hall & County Court House. Phoenix, AZ.
Renaissance Square & Phelps Dodge Tower. Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern.Corner rotunda of Phelps Dodge Tower (2001). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: SmithGroup.Sail covered stage in Patriot Square. Phoenix, AZ.Sail covered stage in Patriot Square against Wells Fargo Building, City Hall & County Court House. Phoenix, AZ.
Patriot Square. Phoenix, AZ.Patriot Square. Phoenix, AZ.Patriot Square & skyline. Phoenix, AZ.Patriot Square with Luhrs Tower & Luhrs Building. Phoenix, AZ.
Brick fountain & buildings in Patriot Square. Phoenix, AZ.Sail roof details of stage in Patriot Square. Phoenix, AZ.Patriot Square & skyline. Phoenix, AZ.Patriot Square with Luhrs Tower & Luhrs Building. Phoenix, AZ.
Maricopa County Complex. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Municipal Building. Phoenix, AZ.Maricopa County Administration Building. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix bird sculpture & Maricopa County Administration Building. Phoenix, AZ.
Maricopa County Complex (1965 & 73) (Jefferson at First). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Stephens, Walsh, Emmons & Shanks.Phoenix Municipal Building (1963) (251 W Washington). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Edward L. Varney Assoc. & Ralph Haver Assoc..Maricopa County Administration Building (3rd & Jefferson). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern.Steel sculpture of a Phoenix bird seen against Maricopa County Administration Building. Phoenix, AZ.
Phoenix Municipal Court building. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Municipal Court building. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.
Phoenix Municipal Court building (1999) (3rd & Washington) bridges over neoclassical building. Phoenix, AZ. Style: Postmodern.Flagpole on Phoenix Municipal Court (Valemar A. Cordova) building. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix City Hall (3rd & Washington). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern.Oval roof structure of Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.
Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Public Employee Memorial at Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.
Ground floor arcade of Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Sunburst over entrance of Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Sunburst over entrance & terraced highrise of Phoenix City Hall (1994). Phoenix, AZ. Architect: Langdon Wilson.Public Employee Memorial (1994) by Otto Rigan at Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.
Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Renaissance Square. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Bank. Phoenix, AZ.Bank of America Tower. Phoenix, AZ.
Atrium exterior of Phoenix City Hall. Phoenix, AZ.Renaissance Square corner perspective (1986). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville + Emery Roth & Sons.Arizona Bank (1976) (101 N First). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Planning & Design Consultants.Bank of America Tower (2000) on Phoenix Civic Plaza. Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Jerde Partnership International + Opus Architects & Engineers.
Phoenix Hilton. Phoenix, AZ.Heritage buildings reflected in Bank One windows. Phoenix, AZ.Bank One Building. Phoenix, AZ.Herberger Theater Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Phoenix Hilton (1975) (Central Ave & Adams). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Schwenn & Clark.Palms & heritage buildings reflected in Bank One windows. Phoenix, AZ.Bank One Building (1972). Phoenix, AZ. Architect: Ellerbe Becket.Herberger Theater Center. Phoenix, AZ.
Acrobatic statues at Herberger Theater Center. Phoenix, AZ.Dancer statues at Herberger Theater Center. Phoenix, AZ.Hyatt Regency. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Civic Plaza. Phoenix, AZ.
Acrobatic statues at Herberger Theater Center. Phoenix, AZ.Dancer statues at Steele Pavilion of Herberger Theater Center. Phoenix, AZ.Hyatt Regency (1976) (2nd Street & Adams). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Charles Luckman Partnership.Phoenix Civic Plaza (1972) (225 E Adams). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Modern. Architect: Charles Luckman Partnership.
Phoenix Civic Plaza Convention Center. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Museum of History. Phoenix, AZ.Bank One Ball Park. Phoenix, AZ.
Phoenix Civic Plaza Convention Center. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Science Center. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Museum of History. Phoenix, AZ.Bank One Ball Park (1998). Phoenix, AZ. Architect: Ellerbe Becket.
Bank One Ball Park. Phoenix, AZ.Bank One Ball Park. Phoenix, AZ.America West Arena. Phoenix, AZ.America West Arena. Phoenix, AZ.
Roll away roof of Bank One Ball Park. Phoenix, AZ.Bank One Ball Park interior. Phoenix, AZ.America West Arena. Phoenix, AZ.America West Arena. Phoenix, AZ.
Hard Rock Cafe & skyline. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.
Hard Rock Cafe & skyline. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ. Style: modern. Architect: Bruder DWL Architects.Sails to shade windows of Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Elevators of Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.
Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.
Reading room of Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Skylights of Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Southern face of Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Western face of Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.
Trolley Museum building. Phoenix, AZ.Skyline from Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Skyline from Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.City Square building. Phoenix, AZ.
Bridge abutment next to Phoenix Central Library & Trolley Museum building. Phoenix, AZ.Skyline southward from Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.Skyline northward from Phoenix Central Library. Phoenix, AZ.City Square building (3899 N Central). Phoenix, AZ.

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