Situated in remote, northern Arizona is the Shonto Preparatory School, a 32,000 sq.-ft. high school. Built in eight months, this modular school serves Navajo students in the north central part of the state. The design process included guidance from a Navajo Architect practicing Neo-traditional Native American Architecture. Albert Damon collaborated with lead architect Joe Lundeen of Modular Technology, Inc., to create culturally significant design elements throughout the building interior and exterior. Those elements were incorporated specifically to honor the Navajo culture.
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