NEWH GREEN VOICE: ADAPTIVE REUSE: WHAT’S OLD CAN BE NEW AGAIN

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Originally constructed in 1874, the Hayden Flour Mill is one of Tempe and Arizona’s oldest and most storied landmarks. When the mill stopped production in 1997, developers have considered options to adapt and reuse the mill and silos, yet none have come to fruition. NEWH’s Design Competition entry by husband and wife team Raquel Raney and Brennan Broome conceives a compelling adaptive reuse proposal, focused on an embodied carbon reduction with enhanced sustainable integration.