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El Paso County Judicial Complex

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1979, Edward L. Bunts, Robert Muir. 20 E. Vermijo Ave. (northwest corner of Tejon St.)

Spacious grounds and courtyards lead west from the Pioneers Museum to a plaza between the Modernist courthouse and jail. Pre-Fabricated aggregate panels prevail in the new county buildings, but a visual highlight is the polished granite that girds the inset first story of the courthouse, with curved corners that soften the sharp edges of the rest of the complex.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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