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It looks right at home: contemporary urban infill in historic Phoenix

12 June 2014

2014 Arizona Historic Preservation Conference, Nogales, AZ

Jeremy T S Kotter, AIA, Shepley Bulfinch

Jeremy KotterHow can historic preservation offices and architects work together to create success stories for economic development in historic neighborhoods?

How could historic neighborhoods benefit from transit-oriented design and urban infill opportunities?

How does contemporary architecture be successfully integrated into a historic neighborhood?

Jeremy Kotter discusses contemporary urban infill at Economic Engines of Preservation, the 2014 Arizona Historic Preservation Conference. He presents Casa Mariposa, a single-family residence in Phoenix’s historic Pierson Place district as a case study for contemporary urban infill within existing residential neighborhoods. He presents the history, design, and review process for the project, along with drawings and images of the completed home and a review of neighborhood outcomes since its completion.

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