PHX Architecture put on their hardhats and hammered away to build a home for a deserving family in Tempe with Habitat for Humanity of Central Arizona.
“We are very excited to support our community, while having a great team bonding experience,” Nikal Conti, Principal of PHX Architecture said. As designers, the PHX architects enjoyed the opportunity to leave the office, hit the field, and bring a building to life.
Habitat for Humanity of Central Arizona builds in cities across the Valley from Apache Junction to Surprise. They primarily build single-family, detached homes, both on in-fill properties and in community settings.
All Habitat for Humanity homes are between three and five bedrooms with a minimum of two bathrooms, and they reflect the style of the neighborhood in which they are built.
“We are proud to help Habitat for Humanity accomplish its goal of eliminating overcrowded, substandard housing throughout the Valley.” Erik Peterson, Principal of PHX Architecture said.