Architect's Bio

James S. Rogers is a registered architect in the States of New Mexico [#2096], Arizona [#43280], Texas [#20095], New York [#022064] and the U.S. Protectorate of Guam [#362]. His professional qualifications include over twenty-eight years of architectural experience, seventeen in private practice. A graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1980, he has maintained an active and diverse architectural practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico since 1992. While a graduate student at the University of Illinois, Mr. Rogers was one of two 1987 recipients of the School of Architecture’s Frank B. and Jennie M. Long Traveling Fellowship for Architectural Study in America. With this award Mr. Rogers pursued his interest in the continuity of built environment and cultural traditions in the American Southwest. His studies included extensive travel within the region’s historic and indigenously populated areas, as well as participation with an interdisciplinary community assistance team working with several Northern New Mexican Hispanic villages on issues of built environment. His continued interests in issues of culture and landscape are reflected in his current architectural practice where he employs his familiarity with a variety of sustainable building materials and traditional design methods on a variety of different project types. Active on behalf of several local community planning efforts, Mr. Rogers maintains active professional membership in the American Institute of Architects, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, and The New Mexico Architectural Foundation.

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