Arizona Agriculture Discovery Center
This master planned campus was created to serve a three-fold purpose. First, it was to be a formal educational campus experience, including student living space. It was also to be a demonstration campus for displaying historic items, like tractors, as well as contemporary farming practices. It was planned for housing equestrian facilities, including stables and a riding arena. The oversight committee included members of the University Agricultural Extension Service, local farmers, master gardeners and equestrian groups.
Paul Winslow, FAIA, led the design development, and was the project architect while working at Orcutt/Winslow.
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