Environmental Awareness

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by PHX Architecture
December 27, 2017

The PHX Team had the opportunity to give back to the community this year and will continue to get involved in 2018.  Here are some highlights from the past year: PHX Architecture’s Maurita Harris-Walker is an avid volunteer of community student program, AZ Kids Build. The program helps kids understand

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by PHX Architecture
October 31, 2017

PHX Architecture recently volunteered time to Phoenix organization, Build Us Hope. Build Us Hope develops Tiny House communities in hopes of providing housing to our veterans and the homeless. The new homes, Micro on Madison, are located in downtown Phoenix at 12th and Madison. With the help of our foreman

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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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onsultant Spotlight: Desert Skies Energy
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by PHX Architecture
August 18, 2017

With energy costs through the roof and environmental concerns on the rise, the need to conserve energy in residential and commercial building is growing. Desert Skies Energy, located here in the Valley, has worked with PHX on numerous designs in an effort to make homes more energy efficient. Energy improvements on your

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In The Community: Ala Wai Design Challeng
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by PHX Architecture
June 26, 2017

PHX Architecture’s Associate I, Chandler Willie (pictured second from the right), participated in a student design challenge announced by the University of Hawaii and presented by the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Chandler, a recent graduate of ASU with a Masters in Urban Design, joined a team of eight students to

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by PHX Architecture
July 22, 2013

July 20-22 PHX Arch Principals Erik Peterson, Scott Carson, and Associate Architect Ivonek Badilla headed to Denver, Colorado for the  Annual American Institute of Architects National Convention. The team attended classes throughout the 3 days where they learned about International Architecture Practice, Green Building, and Architectural Trends for the Future. This year’s theme

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by PHX Architecture
April 3, 2013

Did you know? Building and construction consume more energy than any other sector and is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases on the planet? With so much attention given to transportation emissions, many people are surprised to learn this fact. PHX Architecture is proud to be an adopter of the

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by PHX Architecture
February 27, 2013

According to ZipRealty, Phoenix ranks 11th-best among the markets to sell a home right now. Surprised? Studies show that home values are surging and the extremely low number of homes for sale has led to a massive imbalance with more buyers than sellers. To find out more, and to read

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by PHX Architecture
February 27, 2013

PHX Architect Nang Ma, AIA and 99 other members of the Scottsdale Community were invited to participate in three, half-day sessions of a Scottsdale Visioning Process that was led by the non-profit Arizona Town Hall Organization. The visioning process involved a discussion of a wide range of issues from housing,

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by PHX Architecture
January 28, 2013

This year Maurita Walker and Ivonek Badilla of PHX Architecture participated in the 2012-2013 Arizona Region Future City Competition on behalf of the American Institute of Architects as Society Judges.  The Future City Competition program introduces students to engineering concepts through practical applications of math and science. Student teams are

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