Jack Debartolo 3 is the principal and design leader of debartolo architects, graduated from The University of Arizona College of Architecture and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he received honors for his Master’s thesis in architecture in 1994. From 1994 to 1996, DeBartolo worked with innovative desert architect, Will Bruder, supporting his firm in making architecture that strives to be timeless and poetic. In 1996, DeBartolo joined his father, forming the studio of debartolo architects, where for 12 years they collaborated in making ‘significant’ architecture in the academic, religious and residential markets. Dedicated to ‘architectural excellence’, the studio has gained a reputation for creating potent architecture through the innovative use of common materials within the discipline of restraint and simplicity, shaping space with light and material.
Jack DeBartolo 3, AIA images 1 Hanny’s Restaurant, adaptive reuse project in downtown Phoenix. Photo Courtesy Suad Mahmuljin 2 The Vig Uptown, adaptive reuse project in uptown Phoenix 3 Windsor Neighborhood Bar and Restaurant, bar and seating area, North Central Phoenix 4 Windsor Neighborhood Bar and Restaurant, host/ess stand 5,6 Manzanita Hall, ASU Campus, before and after 7 Windsor Neighborhood Bar and Restaurant, entrance Photos courtesy of Debartolo Architects, unless noted otherwise
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