As a Native American-owned firm, Dyron Murphy Architects spends each day celebrating the unique and vibrant cultures of Native people across the country through our architecture. We are honored to collaborate with Native communities to understand their history and culture, and use these traditional influences to design community centers, clinics, schools and public safety facilities that will serve them for years to come.

Throughout the month of November, we will be revisiting some of our most prolific projects  and sharing the local influences that inspired our designs in order to celebrate Native American Heritage Month.

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Related Projects
Navajo Nation Division of Transportation Office Complex
Baca Dlo’ay Azhi Community School
Rough Rock Community School
IAIA Lloyd Kiva Welcome Center
Nahata Dziil Health Center
To’hajilee EMS Field Office
Chinle Justice Center
Crownpoint Justice Center
Tuba City Justice Center