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Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like. People think that designers are handed this box and told, "Make it look good!"
That is not what we think design is. It is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.
 
STEVE JOBS
Co-founder of Apple

 At winslow + partners' we use a DESIGN THINKING methodology, 

a user centric approach to design, to augment our design solutions

and create value add for our clients.

FEATURED PROJECTS

Through a partnership with Chicanos por la Causa Development, our firm proposed a mixed-use project for Mesa’s downtown at Main and Country Club.  Our design response was to encourage foot traffic by addressing the street with the building forms, creating a desert pocket park, landscape promenade, and providing a mix of residential sizes and uses within the site.

animation & renderings by winslow + partners

A new, state of the art 83,000 sq.ft. K-6 elementary school facility in Marana, AZ, completed in the summer of 2016. The result of masterplanning with the Marana Unified School District. winslow + partners worked with the teachers, administrators, parents, students and district officials to create the programming of spaces that encompassed the district's vision of a school for the 21st century.

GLADEN FARMS MARANA,AZ

winslow + partners worked with a private developer and the City of Phoenix Historic Preservation Office to renovate three, 1920's bungalows in downtown Phoenix. Street Coffee is the first business venture of the three houses to launch within the site. winslow + partners removed the non-historic, interior walls to create a modern, lofted interior with natural light throughout.

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our design focus
THE WORLD IS CHANGING

IN THE NEWS

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06  /  17  /  2020

Architects see changes, increased work from pandemic influence.
by Dale Brown

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01  /  23  /  2018

Winslow + Partners emphasizes collaboration in schools of the future.
by Peter Madrid

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03  /  30  /  2016

Downtown Mesa property could see $42 million makeover.
by Maria Polletta