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April 30, 2018

We’re excited to be breaking ground on a new True Spec Golf location in New York City. The space will convert an old Emigrant Bank and incorporate the existing marble. True Spec is the top provider of custom club fittings. The new location follows the opening of True Spec Scottsdale. True

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April 30, 2018

PHX’s Erik Peterson and Tom Bell traveled to New York City to attend the first ever Luxe Magazine RED Awards honoring excellence in design. The event was held at the Neuehouse in Madison Square. PHX was honored to receive the award for Classic Architecture in the Arizona region. The amazing project

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by PHX Architecture
April 30, 2018

The new Saint Marc restaurant at Westfield Century City in Los Angeles recently had a soft opening and is getting its finishing touches. The new restaurant is reflective of the original Saint Marc in Huntington Beach but bigger and better! The new space is 8,000 square feet indoor with an additional 1,000 square

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April 30, 2018

PHX recently sponsored a film contest, “I Love the Arts” , for local high school students in partnership with Scottsdale Public Arts. We hosted clients and consultants at an Arizona Diamondbacks game and designed a Boho Beach House playhouse for PANDA which supported the Children’s Epilepsy Project. Huge congratulations to Kate Hammond

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April 30, 2018

You may have seen a new face at the front when visiting our office or heard a Long Island accent on the phone and that’s because we’ve added Erin Elliott to the PHX team. Erin has taken over front desk hosting duties from the “other Erin” and is present to greet

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April 30, 2018

Erik attended the 2018 National Club Conference in Los Angeles, California. John Cochran of ClubDesign also attended and the duo managed a vendor booth on the exhibitor floor. The conference includes multiple days of educational sessions and networking events to those in the club and hospitality industry. The event included a

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by PHX Architecture
March 29, 2018

Our fearless leader has been all over lately! Erik recently attended a CMAA Convention in San Fran, visited San Antonio to participate in the Pella Design Council, and visited Los Angeles to pop in to our new office and to check out the Pacific Design Center’s WestWeek events. First, Erik

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March 29, 2018

PHX’s Maurita Harris attended the first meeting of the inaugural chapter of NOMA, National Organization of Minority Architects. Maurita is one of 18 founding members to the Arizona Chapter which looks to inspire and empower under-served communities. To kick-off the chapter, the first meeting included a March Madness job search

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March 29, 2018

The PHX team recently spent the day at DC Ranch volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. The first ever Habitat at the Ranch was open to community members of all ages and was spread out over two days. Volunteers built the frames of several tiny homes and storage sheds, built shelving

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March 29, 2018

Do you have an eagerness to learn more about what an architect does on a daily basis? Do you have a passion for Architecture and design? If you answered yes, PHX Architecture Summer Camp is the place to be! Summer time is one of our favorite times around the PHX

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