Tile Roofs and Borrowed Styles 

Josias Joesler's many influences on the look of the Old Pueblo are on display in 'Tucson Architect'

Tucson’s most famous architect, Josias Joesler, can’t be entirely blamed for the sea of pink-tiled houses flowing out from Tucson in all directions. But he probably did more than anyone else to bring Spanish Colonial Revival building styles—and their tile roofs—to the…

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