In latest print news, a PHX design was recently featured in French Style magazine and Erik had an article published in the Boardroom magazine. Interior Designer, Kim Scodro, had her home featured in the Fall issue of national publication, French Style. PHX Architecture designed her Arizona retreat and it has since been featured in Luxe magazine and also won the NAHB Builders Choice Home of the Year in 2015. The article highlights the French influences of her desert vacation home. The home combines aged elements with modern amenities. When Chicago native, Kim Scodro, made up her mind to plant firm roots in the Southwest, she envisioned a collaboration of the family’s classic yet current design sensibilities within the desert terrain. The design team includes PHX Architecture’s, Erik Peterson, Tanner Luster of Luster Custom Homes and landscape architect, Russell Greey of Greey Pickett. The 7,480 square foot residence is inspired by a classic foundation which has been updated with a neutral color palette and layers of texture and warmth. To see more of French Style magazine, visit their site here!
Our very own Erik Peterson also had an article published in the latest issue of The Boardroom magazine. The feature titled “How to Add Casual Dining to Your Club” speaks on just that. PHX is no stranger to clubhouse design. The article touches on the needs of club members to have quicker food options instead of just the formal dining room at their clubs. Erik talks about the success of adding a fast, casual grab-n-go cafe to the Sonoran Clubhouse at Desert Mountain and adapting that concept into the design of other clubs. Stuffy, hotel style environments in clubs are out and the trend is leaning toward a casual, inviting, family friendly place to gather. Our friend, John Cochran of Club Design Associates also had an article featured on re-purposing spaces in clubs. Check out more from The Boardroom here!