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Melissa Loewenthal is an Interior Designer at SPS+ Architects in Phoenix, Arizona.
SPS+ Architects was established in 1960 by Wendell Rossman, a forward-thinking architect who set the firm's precedent of innovation through design. Rossman's experimental concrete forms of the '60s, such as St. Maria Goretti Church and Arizona State University's Manzanita Hall, are now local landmarks. Since that time, the firm has designed what continue to be the largest wood-frame structures in the world (including the NAU Skydome) and developed the Turntable Divisible Auditorium (featured in the Chandler Center for the Arts), a design solution which has become widespread internationally. The firm was an early proponent of 21st-Century Learning Environments, featured most recently in Compadre Academy and West-Mec. SPS+ Architects recently finished designing Bluestone, a revolutionary, sustainable 200-unit community on the Navajo Nation centered on traditional Diné cultural values.
SPS+ Architects innovative design solutions have extended nationally and beyond. Their primary focus as a firm has always been on their work in Arizona. In particular, SPS+ Architects have made a point to reach out to Arizona's under-served, minority, and rural populations. In many cases, they have developed long-term relationships with these clients spanning decades and multiple projects. This longevity is a direct result of SPS+ Architects focus on customer service and delivering a quality product that meets and exceeds client expectations.
Before joining SPS+ Architects Melissa Loewenthal worked for 180 Degrees Design Build and Richard+Bauer Architecture.
Melissa Loewenthal graduated with a Bachelor of Art (BA) Design Studies from Arizona State University.
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