Tom Bell

Tom Bell


Archi­tect II

Tom is a licensed Archi­tect in the State of Ari­zona. He is also a LEED Accred­ited Pro­fes­sional and has attained NCARB certification.

Tom received both his Bach­e­lor of Design with Influ­ence in Archi­tec­ture and a Mas­ters of Archi­tec­ture degree from Ari­zona State Uni­ver­sity. While at ASU, Tom worked in the com­puter aided model and pro­to­typ­ing shop (CAED), where he devel­oped exper­tise in using the Com­puter Numer­a­tor Con­troller (CNC) machine, com­bin­ing advanced com­puter tech­nol­ogy with rout­ing cut­ting capabilities.

Tom began his pro­fes­sional career at PHX Archi­tec­ture in 2006, where he worked directly with senior archi­tects in the prepa­ra­tion of con­struc­tion draw­ings for the firm’s lux­ury res­i­den­tial projects. In 2009, he moved to Con­necti­cut to work with another firm on large cus­tom homes. A year later, Tom returned to Ari­zona and rejoined PHX Archi­tec­ture, where he is an Archi­tect and Project Man­ager. In his cur­rent role, Tom leads project teams to pre­pare con­struc­tion draw­ings on many of our sig­na­ture res­i­den­tial projects in com­mu­ni­ties like Sil­ver­leaf, Desert Moun­tain, and Par­adise Valley.

Tom used his envi­able shop skills to design and build his own kitchen cab­i­nets. Out­side the stu­dio, Tom enjoys hik­ing and the out­doors. He’s also an avid sports fan – you’ll catch him watch­ing hockey or just about any­thing involv­ing the ASU Sun Devils.