September 2017

n The Press: French Style & Boardroom Magazine
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by PHX Architecture
September 27, 2017

In latest print news, a PHX design was recently featured in French Style magazine and Erik had an article published in the Boardroom magazine.

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Around The Office: New Staff Members
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by PHX Architecture
September 27, 2017

Our diverse staff has grown again!  We’ve recently welcomed FIVE new members to the PHX team. Two new members are returning staffers from the beginning years of PHX. Kim Smith and Araceli Frausto have joined as Project Managers while Claudio Muñoz Whiting as joined as a Senior Designer + Urban Planner.

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And The Winner Is: PHX Accolades
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by PHX Architecture
September 26, 2017

For the second year in a row, PHX Architecture was honored with an Arizona Masonry Guild Award. The North Scottsdale contemporary residence was also in the running for the Grand Prize at the 26th Annual Masonry Awards held on Friday, September 22nd. PHX walked away with a Citation Award for

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In The Community: Vote Today
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by PHX Architecture
September 26, 2017

PHX Architecture recently participated in a few competitions and we need your help to take home the win(s)! PHX along with Keith Woods created a film featuring a desert contemporary design for the AIA I Look Up Film Challenge.  The third annual film challenge invites architects and filmmakers to join together

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You're Invited: Cholla Heights Block Party
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by PHX Architecture
September 26, 2017

It’s party time!  The PHX Architecture designed community, Cholla Heights, will be holding a Fall Block Party on Thursday, November 2nd from 4pm – 7pm. The fun event will include food trucks, a bar, and live entertainment. The block party celebrates the unique mountainside community and guests will have the

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PHX Travels: New York City Trip
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by PHX Architecture
September 26, 2017

Erik attended the 2017 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy conference in New York at the Museum of Modern Art September 13th-17th. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Wrights birth, the conservancy organized an extended symposium at MoMa to coincide with its first major exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking

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