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Tempe Municipal Building

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Type  Inverted pyramid
Country  US
Completed  1971
Opened  1971
Architectural style  Modern architecture
Inaugurated  2 October 1971
Address  31 East 5th Street
Construction started  1969
Owner  City of Tempe
Floors  3
Town or city  Tempe
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Architects  Kemper Goodwin, Michael Goodwin
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The Tempe Municipal Building is an inverted pyramid-shaped building which serves as the city hall of Tempe, Arizona. It was designed by architects Michael Goodwin and Kemper Goodwin, and built during 1969-1971.

Map of Tempe Municipal Building, 31 E 5th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, USA

The building's inverted pyramidal shape helps in keeping the building cool in summer and warm in winter. The ground floor comprises only 2,025 square feet (188.1 m2) of reception space, while the second floor is 5,625 square feet (522.6 m2) and the third floor 10,000 square feet (930 m2). The council chambers are in a semi-buried basement level. The building is flanked by free-standing fire stair towers.


Tempe Municipal Building Wikipedia

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