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ANF Partners, formerly Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects and originally Lee Askew and Associates, is a Memphis, Tennessee based architectural firm established in 1975. It is led by Lee Askew III, a Fellow (FAIA) at the American Institute of Architects. The founders were Lee H. Askew, William B. Ferguson, William Nixon and Butch Wolfe.
In 1982 the firm became Askew Nixon Ferguson Wolfe. It became Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects in 1998. In 2008, the firm was run by eight partners, including Askew and Ferguson, and employed about thirty registered architects.
Its office building features a gallery which displays monthly art shows of local Memphis artists.
- University of Memphis, School of Law campus, re-purposing, retrofitting and interior design work.
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- Design Award of Excellence, American Institute of Architects[when?]
- Award of Honor, American Institute of Architects[when?]
- Award of Excellence, American Institute of Architects[when?]
- Design Award, American Institute of Architects[when?]
- Design Award, Progressive Architecture Magazine[when?]
- Honorable Mention for Design, American Institute of Architects[when?]
- Educational Design Excellence, American School and University Magazine[when?]
- Koeppel, Fredric (25 January 2008). "Art review: Tamboli's 'Broken Portraits' a grand experiment". Retrieved 7 May 2010.
- AIArchitect, October 2007
- The Memphis Business Journal, August 2005
-  The Memphis Flyer, January 2008