Not only have we been busy designing amazing projects for our clients, but we squeezed in opening a brand new office in California AND getting a new look on the web! We are excited to announce that PHX Architecture is now open for business in Beverly Hills and our new website (but same address) is now LIVE!
With a lot of hard work and a little luck, PHX has expanded our reach to Southern California. Our brand new office space is located nearby the Pacific Design Center and La Cienega Design Quarter, off Wilshire Boulevard. We’re located right next to Saks 5th Avenue! We’re excited to work with some new clients out in California. Claudio Muñoz Whiting is our lone employee in LA but we hope to add to the team in the near future. If you’re ever in town, feel free to check out the new space located at 9696 Wilshire Boulevard Ste. 205 Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Did we mention we also have awesome suite-mates!? Joining our space is ClubDesign Associates, Kitchell Custom Homes, Cantara, and DeJager Design. To learn more about them, click here.
In other exciting office news, we’ve got a brand new website! The new site features larger pictures of our work, an easy form to subscribe to our newsletter or get more information about working with us, easy social media widgets, and great mobile usability! Big thank you to Eric, Amanda, and her team at Fasturtle for getting us up and running and giving us a better browsing experience. Visit our new site at our old address at www.phxarch.com.
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
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