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PHX Architecture 6th Annual Summer Camp

It’s almost that time of year again – Summer! And you know what that means…it’s time to register your teens for PHX Architecture Summer Camp!

Each year PHX hosts an educational summer program for High School and Junior High School Students to learn more about architecture and decide whether or not a career in it is right for them.



PHX Architecture to Host O’Connor House Art Benefit

For the first time in 35 years, a collection of works from internationally-acclaimed artists Beth Ames Swartz, Hunt Slonem and Wolf Kahn will be available for public viewing and purchase.


Todi Birds by Hunt Slonem


PHX Architecture's Top 10 Picks for Spooky Buildings

phxarch Cathedral2

Have you ever stepped into an office building and felt like you were going to fall asleep staring at the blank walls? What about a museum that inspired you? Or maybe a haunted house that scared your socks off? Architecture has the potential to have a great influence on the mood present within an edifice. Being the season of scare, PHX Architecture did some research and came up with what we thought were the top 10 spookiest buildings! Here’s what we found:


Architecture is the ‘New’ Gym – How Buildings Can Help You Lose Lbs

Last month, the PHX Architecture team headed to the 2013 American Institute of Architects Arizona Convention at Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, Arizona. The topic for this year was “Creating Community” and brainstorming ways in which Architects could improve our cities and neighborhoods which includes how buildings are designed.



A Celebration Of Light

Completed in April 2012 in North Phoenix, the 2,700-sq.-ft. Dialogue House synthesizes two volumes, serving unique lifestyle needs and celebrating different light.

5 Living Dining Kitchen-2 copy

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