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swaback partners

Based in Scottsdale, AZ the team is lead by award winning architect John Sather, AIA, AICP. John has had an integral role in the design of ASCAYA’s sales office and is currently working on plans for the ASCAYA Clubhouse.

Sather, a graduate of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, is a Senior Partner of the firm Swaback Partners. His land planning involvements include some of the most environmentally sensitive projects in the Western United States.

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marmol radziner

Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner formed their partnership in 1989. The award-winning firm is known for its innovative design approach and expertise in architecture, landscape and interior design. Each project engages the surrounding environment and takes a warm, textured approach to modernism that is elegant and timeless.

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lake flato

Established in 1984, Lake Flato has gained national recognition for architecture that is grounded in the belief that design and sustainability are inseparable pieces of a coherent, place-based approach to building that successfully merges with the landscape. Led by Andrew Herdeg, Lake Flato creates buildings that are tactile and modern, environmentally responsible and authentic, artful and crafted.

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sb architects

Over the past 50 years SB Architects has established a world-wide reputation for excellence and leadership in the planning and design of site sensitive architecture. Led by Scott Lee and Bruce Wright, SB strives to honor the site with design solutions inspired by local materials.

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hoogland architecture

Hoogland Architecture is based in Las Vegas and led by Henry CJ Hoogland III, AIA. His portfolio encompasses works of architecture centered on context, materiality and form.

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richard meier and partners

For over five decades, Richard Meier & Partners has been selected to create important works in both the public and private spheres. They aspire to thoughtful, elegant contemporary architecture that exceeds their clients’ expectations for beauty and form, and fulfills complex programmatic and operational needs.