Not only do we have a cool new office in Beverly Hills, we also get to share our space with some awesome industry friends. Making up Suite 205 includes Cantara, DeJager Design, ClubDesign, and Kitchell Custom Homes. We’re pumped to have such a successful and diverse group to collaborate with.
Cantara Design is a leader in home automation technology. Cantara is noted on many prominent projects in California and has won many CEDIA and Electronic Home awards.
ClubDesign Associates offers consulting, design, and construction services to Country Club, Golf Club, and other hospitality clients. They have offices in Dallas-Fort Worth, Scottsdale, Palm Desert, and now Beverly Hills! CDA’s John Cochran has been featured in Boardroom magazine and Club & Resort Business magazine recently published a story on CDA’s new design/build project which includes a $12M renovation at Great Hills Country Club. Check it out here!
DeJager Design, Inc. led by Errol de Jager, is a renowned interior design firm in Southern California. Errol’s team has 25 years collectively of working with the top builders and architects.
Kitchell Custom Homes is a division of Phoenix based Kitchell. Kitchell has been building impressive custom homes for over 65 years in Southern California, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, and Texas.
Our new office will soon be receiving some cool new furniture straight from Italy. We worked with our friends here at Studio 3125 to dress the new space.
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
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