This is the back of the Charles P. Sonett Space Sciences Building at U of A and there's a lot going on here in a little space. I'm not an architect, but if I had to wildly guess I'd say we have some Spanish Colonial influence using the red bricks that are so common in Territorial, ranch, and assorted office buildings of pre-80s Tucson. Somebody cared here. The arches, the herringbone patterns, the alternating layers of long and short bricks, the roof vent that maybe echoes the red sun symbol of Zia--heck even the asymmetrical red blinds match the red curb. The curb, no doubt, was just some guy with a paint can and a job to do, but, hey. Even more utilitarian are the brute-modern conduits and junction box, which somehow manage to echo and offset the window trim. Sonett was the first head of the university's department of planetary sciences and I'll bet he gazed out these windows at the moon and Mars and was...content.