Erik’s projects are regularly featured in publications including Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine, Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine, the Phoenix Business Journal, and the Arizona Republic. The firm was rebranded in 2010 to PHX Architecture and broadened its diversity of projects and staff.
Erik’s mentors lead him to his later successes. His first was in London working for Sir Terry Farrell Architects. He then moved to Arizona, where he was accepted the highly valued internship with Taliesin Architects, where he worked on original Frank Lloyd Wright designs including The Monona Terrace Convention Center in Madison, Wisconsin. He left Taliesin to work with Bing Hu AIA, who he became licensed under and eventually principal of the firm H&S International, winning numerous awards for design excellence.
Erik is married and has two children. He enjoys travel, classical music, and opera. His ultimate goal is to design opera sets for the great opera houses of the world.