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ΛRCHIS ARCHITECTS

 

OUR PROJECTS

ΛRCHIS Architects is an Architectural Design firm seeking to obtain "Relevant Design Solutions" for every project. Currently working in Texas, Colorado and New Mexico; we do work in both the commercial and residential markets. There is no job too big or too small. The critical design drivers that go into any project are the same regardless of budget, size or genre. They are location (site and region), surroundings, owner's needs and requirements, innovative building systems, budget, timing and style. Putting these factors together in the right way on each project makes each outcome unique.

 
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INTERIORS

Interiors are a fundamental part of any project whether it be a small kitchen or bath remodel or a new spa. We take as much pride in the quality of interior spaces and finishes as the exteriors. The right proportions, material selections and quality of light makes an interior space go from good to amazing. Interior decoration should complement the thoughtful design of a space, not make up for the lack there of.

EDUCATION & PUBLIC

Educations and public projects are a generation building piece of the Architectural landscape. Not only do they provide for the current generation and needs of our children, but they should also be designed to provide many years of return beyond that. They should be relevant and innovative at the same time.

RENOVATION & TENANT IMPROVEMENT

We also do a lot of restaurant work, all types of tenant improvement projects, various commercial projects, church work and any other project type you can throw at us. There is no project too big or too small for ARCHIS design.

CES NEW MEXICO

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AS FEATURED IN

Best of HomeGuide 2017

BBB ACCREDITED

Better Business Bureau A+ Rating. See our Profile.

 
 

CONTACT US

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Current projects located in New Mexico and Texas

505-998-7717

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