Modernism Memorialized 

A self-guided tour shows off some of Tucson's most striking midcentury architectural treasures

The kitchen window in the Diamos house is long and horizontal, stretching out over the sink and counters—just like the sweep of desert outside. Through the glass in this little-known 1951 house by Nicholas Sakellar, you can see one of the landmarks…

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