Paul Reimer is a registered architect and lecturer at the University of Arizona School of Architecture, where he has taught since 2001.  Paul has two professional degrees in architecture, one from the University of Minnesota and a second from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).  Prior to joining the faculty at the UofA, he was a visiting critic at the Catholic University of America.


Paul has practiced in San Francisco and Washington DC prior to moving to Tucson, Arizona and joining the Design Build Collaborative (DBC) in 2001.  While at DBC, the firm has been engaged in projects that can be characterized as regionally specific, utilizing earthen materials, alternative energy systems, and water harvesting technologies.  As a Project Architect with DBC, he worked on numerous buildings including residential, multi-family, commercial, and public infrastructure projects, which have been published internationally.


  • The Archon Prize, an annual academic and design achievement scholarship award, embedded in CAPLA's professional... Read More
  • Earlier this spring  the Holocaust History Center and Jewish History Museum re-opened after an extensive... Read More
  • SoA Lecturers Paul Weiner and Paul Reimer (as DesignBuild Collaborative) won a HOTY award... Read More
  • SoA Lecturer Luis Ibarra and Adjunct Lecturer Teresa Rosano have won the American Institute of... Read More
  • The Lava House, a residence by Design Collaborative - SoA Assistant Lecturer Paul Weiner and Lecturer... Read More
  • The San Cayetano Mountain Residence, a design/build project by SoA Assistant Lecturer Paul Weiner and Lecturer Paul Reimer... Read More
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