Here's a little about us.


Teresa Rosano, AIA LEED AP

Principal Architect & Co-Founder

Bio

Well regarded as one of Arizona’s leading female architects, Teresa has been asked to lecture internationally and serve on numerous national design juries and panel discussions on architectural practice and its future.

Teresa's father built her family's adobe house from the very earth on the site. Teresa's southwestern roots...

Teresa's father built her family's adobe house from the very earth on the site. Teresa's southwestern roots...

Teresa's favorite place in Tucson is Cushing St. Bar's outdoor courtyard. "&quote..."

Teresa's favorite place in Tucson is Cushing St. Bar's outdoor courtyard. "&quote..."


Luis Ibarra

Principal Designer & Co-Founder

 

 Bio

Since the inception of the firm, has made a commitment to enhance his hometown’s built environment through careful and appropriate designs and has served on several City Advisory Boards and actively assisted in various neighborhoods with their planning strategies.

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Sarah Luck, LEED AP

Lead Designer & Project Manager

 

Bio

Graduate of lksfjalkdfaklsj University..


Brad Lang, AIA LEED AP

Project Architect

 

Bio

Since graduating from the UA School of Architecture in 1999, Brad has spent the last 15 years designing public and civic projects for Arizona.  A registered architect, Brad comes to Ibarra Rosano Design Architects focused on continuing to make our cities more dynamic and equitable places.


Janeth Vega-Flores

Junior Designer & Project Manager

 

Bio

graduate from the UA School of Architecture with a minor in Spanish, Janeth joined Ibarra Rosano Design Architects in 2012. Growing up and studying in Tucson led Janeth to focus on the cultural history of Tucson, in turn guiding her thesis project on community involvement in public discourse in Southern Arizona.


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Carrie Gauthier

Accounting