ASPEN, Colo., Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Forum Phi Architecture is pleased to announce that they have recently moved their offices into Aspen, CO. Originally founded in 2006, the firm was previously located in Basalt, CO. Partners Steev Wilson and Christopher May are thrilled with the move, as it will give the firm even further access to the extraordinary community that is Aspen.
Forum Phi is a leader in luxury residential projects in Colorado and California. Furthermore, the team is on the fast track for growth in commercial and national markets. All projects are luxurious and outstanding, custom designed to each client's unique and specific vision. Perfection is a must; therefore the architects exclusively design through state of the art software. Their methods are so error proof that they have made no technical mistakes in four years of business. Forum Phi always delivers on time and always at the exact quoted fixed price—never more.
Forum Phi is dedicated to giving back to the community and the team is on the search for pro-bono work for non-profits. Says Partner Christopher May, "Improving the cultural and non-profit capabilities in the communities that we serve is our core commitment at Forum Phi". As an example, Forum Phi is currently remodeling the Coastal Repertory Theater in Half Moon Bay, California outside of San Francisco. The job is offered completely gratis to contribute to this stunning coastal region.
Forum Phi is innovative in sustainable architecture with a style towards "Mountain Modern", a clean and contemporary aesthetic. Not only do the architects create stunning homes, but they also consider all energy systems and aspects of efficiency including solar orientation and paneling, wind and ventilation, and effective land use. They thoroughly research materials, trends and technology to bring the best and most cost efficient options to their clients. Architect and LEED AP, Steev Wilson, explains, "Design is considering all the implications of both a building's use and it's impact on the community. At Forum Phi we put significant resources into identifying the best designs and materials for every client's use." The team is nothing short of cutting edge, fresh, and always on the pulse of the newest innovations in home and architecture.
For more information visit: www.forumphi.com
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