It's always difficult for an architect to select his favorite building. It's like asking which of your children you love the best.... there is no correct answer. But the Immokalee Charter School has a special place in my heart. For one thing, I was instrumental in programming what exactly the program would be, having lived the RCMA experience for so many years. This is a rare experience for an architect having a say in the creation process who usually has a program dictated to him or her based on factors outside of their control. So it was a rare privilege to not only influence what the building would look like but, in fact, what it would be. It remains, 10 years after it's completion, a very special place and I am extremely proud of the role I had in it's creation.