May 2014

PHX Architecture, Western Art & Architecture Magazine, Silverleaf Traditional Home
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by PHX Architecture
May 19, 2014

The summer issue of Western Art & Architecture Magazine is out and PHX is in it! The Magazine features a home located in the Silverleaf community, designed by Erik Peterson AIA, Principal at PHX Architecture. The residence is a mix of traditional and contemporary styles – it is clean and

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Colonial Architecture, PHX Architecture, Traditional Architecture, Design, Home Design
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by PHX Architecture
May 17, 2014

      With its classic dormers and shutters, can you take a guess as to where this home style stems from? Well to start off, the home owners originated from the east coast and they wanted a house that would remind them of their hometown. Now, if you think

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traditional french country residence, phx architetcure
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by PHX Architecture
May 17, 2014

          This traditional French Country style Residence, designed by PHX Architecture, is located in the beautiful Paradise Valley, AZ. The French Country Architectural Style is pretty self explanatory in its origination based on its name; the design style is inspired by the manors and cottages seen

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by PHX Architecture
May 17, 2014

Located in the prestigious Silverleaf community of Scottsdale, AZ, this Traditional Estate is over 6,000 sf, featuring a Library, and a great room with a formal dining space. This beautiful Formal Mediterranean style estate – designed by PHX Architecture, built by Salcito Custom Homes, and furnished by Jean Claude Canestrelli

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Edwardian Classic Style, PHX Architecture, The Lodge at Pebble Beach
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by PHX Architecture
May 17, 2014

PHX Architecture designed the remodel for the Club Restaurant at The Lodge at Pebble Beach. Located on the Monterey Peninsula in Northern California, the Lodge at Pebble Beach attracts visitors from around the world who come to enjoy the beautiful scenery and golf courses. Not only do guests come for

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Wigwam Resort & Spa, PHX Architectur
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by PHX Architecture
May 17, 2014

    The Wigwam Golf Resort and Spa, originally constructed in 1918, has a unique history and character behind it. While the original Southwestern/ Santa Fe style and design of the resort were very traditional and timeless, buildings still require maintenance and updates every so often.  A few years ago

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by PHX Architecture
May 16, 2014

  Have you picked up your copy of Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine for the month of June? If not, you should check it out! This issue features a classic Spanish Colonial style home (pictured below), designed by Scott Carson AIA, Principal at PHX Architecture.  

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Greater Phoenix Economic Council, PHX Architecture
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by PHX Architecture
May 16, 2014

This past week Nikal Conti, a Principal at PHX Architecture, attended the Greater Phoenix Economic Council’s event about the city’s “Global Identity”. A growing project known as the “Global Cities Initiative” was introduced, along with several local leaders who discussed ways in which we can build and sustain a competitive

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Andrea Lucarelli Architect at PHX Architecture
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by PHX Architecture
May 16, 2014

  Andrea is a licensed Archi­tect in the state of Ari­zona, and a LEED Green Associate.  She holds a Bach­e­lor of Arts in Archi­tec­ture from Miami Uni­ver­sity in Ohio.  Andrea relocated to Phoenix in 2003 and worked for one design firm for ten years on a variety of Higher Education, Library and other

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Davina Griffis Architect at PHX Architecture
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by PHX Architecture
May 16, 2014

    Born and raised in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Davina came to the U.S. to further her education. Having developed her interests in the Arts and Sciences, she completed her first few years in the U.S., pursuing her Associates Degree in Interior Design, and consequently received a full scholarship to

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