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U. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT WILL FEATURE THE WORKS OF AWARD-WINNING S.L. FIRM

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The works of the Salt Lake architectural firm of Brixen & Christopher will be featured in a University of Utah Graduate School of Architecture exhibit in Bailey Exhibition Hall this month.

The firm has won 50 state, regional and national awards in its quarter-century history. Brixen & Christopher's projects include Nunemaker Place at Westminster College of Salt Lake City; an addition and remodeling at US WEST's Data Processing Center No. 1; Bennion Junior High School; the synagogue for Congregation Kol Ami in Salt Lake City; the Alfred Emery Building addition at the U.; the Salt Lake research center of the U.S. Bureau of Mines; and work at Snowbird resort.The Nunemaker center and the synagogue designs won awards from the Interfaith Forum for Religious Art and Architecture. The Emery building addition was honored by the Portland Cement Association of the United States and Canada.

Brixen & Christopher received the 1987 Western Mountain Regional Award from the American Institute of Architects for outstanding designs demonstrated over a period of 10 years or more.

James W. Christopher and Martin Brixen founded the firm. Brixen is now retired. The firm's other active principals are Myron Richardson, J.A. Pett Jr. and Andrew Ramsay.