In 2009, Phoenix Architecture, LLC was founded by three former partners of a local architecture firm and a fourth registered architect. Jason Williams, Jeff Osterman, and Tom Schweer worked together for 7 years before forming the new firm. They spent this time building their working relationship into a collaborative effort that saw successes in many regional projects. The addition of Amy Osterman allowed Phoenix to benefit from her knowledge in residential, hospitality, small commercial, and multi-family projects. Through the team's combined 100 years of experience in architecture and planning, they have worked with major developers in the Cincinnati region, a wide breadth of contractors and suppliers, and major hospitality operators.
At a time when businesses were reevaluating their positions in a new economic climate, the founders of Phoenix Architecture saw an opportunity to reinvent themselves. Through careful analysis of firm culture, service, and values Phoenix Architecture was born. This allowed the opportunity to provide clients the exceptional and intuitive services they have come to expect from the individual partners with renewed efficiency, energy, and focus within the firm.
Master planning, feasibility studies, zoning assistance, programming, space planning, interior architecture, construction documentation, bidding and negotiations, construction services, sustainable design and consulting services
Employees of Phoenix Architecture are trained in AutoCAD, Microstation, Photoshop, Sketchup, Illustrator and hand drafting/drawing techniques, allowing us to provide quality contract documents and presentation graphics.
Office, medical office, corporate, retail, hospitality, community, multi-family residential and mixed-use developments.
At Phoenix Architecture we strongly encourage open communication and collaboration in all phases of design. Within our organization we value a good work ethic, dedication, and an open mind. We believe that by working together we can better foster creativity, innovation, and learning. A work place should not just be a place to go each day, but a place to grow each day.