Danielle Sheldon joined our PHX team in Fall 2020. Danielle works primarily on residential projects for the firm and has over seven years of experience as an Architect. She attended Arizona State University (Go Devils!) for both her Bachelor’s in Landscape Architecture and her Masters in Architecture. Her work is inspired by Mid-Century Modern design, minimalism and nature. Danielle strives to blend the indoors and outdoors into one cohesive environment.

Prior to PHX, Danielle worked as an Architect for Gould Evans in which she spent significant time designing the recent reinvention of the ASU Football Stadium in Tempe. Danielle also worked in environmental graphic design at the Office of the University Architecture at Arizona State University.  Danielle’s also worked on the design for the Yosemite National Park Half Dome Village Dining Pavilion. During her tenure here at PHX – Danielle has made a tremendous impact working on many high-profile projects including several custom residences, Orinda Country Club, and two hospitality projects located in L.A.

Danielle was born and raised in Western Colorado before making the move to Arizona.

Outside of work Danielle enjoys dining out with friends, watching football and spoiling her pets.  A fun fact about Danielle is that she lived in Buenos Aires for 5 months during her time in university.

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