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Cade Manning Hayes

cade@dustdb.com
520.270.4205

Born and raised in Carlsbad, New Mexico. It was the experiences in the Lower Pecos River Valley of the Chihuahuan Desert that nourished his dreams, memories, and intimacy with the desert. As a son of a welder, his early influences come from the time spent helping his father and working on his grandfather’s farm. Through these influences he learned to work with his hands, developing skills and a strong work ethic. It was this time spent that taught him enduring life lessons and to always strive for excellence in life’s endeavors.

Upon receiving his Masters of Architecture from Texas Tech University in 2002, he moved to the Sonoran Desert where he worked with Rick Joy Architects until 2007.

Cade continues to seek and develop poetic pursuit and deep respect for the interdependence of place, experience, and materiality. There resides a strong will to refine knowledge, pursue dreams and apply both rigor and freedom to the ideas that govern the creation of anything new.

-Founding Principal
-AIA
-Registered Architect:  Arizona, Texas, New Mexico. 






Jesús Edmundo Robles, Jr

jesus@dustdb.com
520.358.1818

Originally from the Southwestern United States, Jesús spent much of his youth traveling the landscapes between Southern California and Texas. Jesús studied architecture at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, earning his Masters of Architecture in 2003. Upon departure, he cut a unique path to expand and hone his craft gaining over 15 years of architectural design, project management, construction, and construction management experience.   He studied under various craftsmen and architects, honing his sensibilities and skills as a finish carpenter, designer, and builder. This time spent would greatly influence and form his virtues towards the craft of architecture.

The works reveal an investigation into sustainable material development, articulation of craft throughout the design and build processes, and contributes to the discourse of phenomenology and place in architecture.
 
In addition to practice, Jesús is an instructor at the University of Arizona teaching design studios and Material Fabrication.    

-Founding Principal
-Associate AIA
-Contracting Licenses: AZ ROC 266829, 277848
-Assistant Professor of Practice @ University of Arizona College of Architecture