The following article was written by Josie Gulliksen and published by Home Builder Digest on October 07, 2021:
The 5 Best Residential Architects in Hollywood, Florida
2310 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, FL 33020
"SKLARchitecture is a progressive architectural firm, based in the Hollywood area serving homeowners and developers in South Florida. With its small but capable team of architects and designers, the firm creates memorable, high-impact living spaces. The firm’s design philosophy revolves around practical but unique design projects that create a strong impression on users. They make use of both innovative and classically design and materials to bring their aesthetics to life.
Thanks to its LEED AP team members, the firm is at the forefront of green building. Their architectural practice is just as concerned with sustainability as it is aesthetics and usability. The firm is affiliated with the Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) and American Ins. Of Architects (AIA), which is committed to improving the built environment.
The firm also specializes in Contemporary design as you can readily see in their body of work. The Fusion House is an excellent example of the firm’s unique design sensibility. The 5,471-square foot property features an intriguing blend of contemporary tropical architecture and Asian-influenced design elements, hence the name. The design incorporates a central water feature and treated woods to bring the outdoor experience indoors.
SKLARchitecture received the 2020 People’s Choice Design Award for Residential Architecture from AIA Miami. The firm has been featured in a number of impressive magazines and news articles.
President and Managing Partner Ari Sklar, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP has more than 30 years of experience in project design, interior design, and surveying facilities for code compliance. Son of Oscar Sklar, a recognized South Florida Architect, he sits on the Historic Presentation Board of the City of Hollywood and the City of Hollywood Permitting Task Force. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture."
The full article can be found here.
More details on the project can be found here.