October 8, 2015

Art Brown

Arthur Brown was a self-proclaimed architect, artist and inventor. He moved to Tucson in 1935 and practiced architecture in Southern Arizona for more than fifty years. He is known as Tucson's first modernist architect, and was also known for being a solar pioneer. You may have been in one of his buildings and not even known it. This story looks at Arthur Brown's life, work and legacy. Producer/Editor: Andrew Brown
Videographers: Omar Lopez, Nate Huffman
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