Amy Bubier, Allied ASID
We value client relationships, consistent communication, creative collaboration, the power of positive thinking, and the beauty of simple, elegant design. AB Design Elements is an empowered team focused on transforming homes and lifestyles through seriously beautiful design!
With a BS in Interior Architecture and 24+ years of experience, Amy's sketching, space planning, and innovative design skills transform dated, average, and empty spaces into artful and unique interiors. Clients are consistently pleased with the open communication and ability to find solutions to design and construction challenges. She believes that the most successful projects are a result of a flexible, creative, and proactive design team made up of the client, the designer/architect, and the contractor(s).
~ focusing on residential remodels over 100k, custom homes, and furnishings
Awards & Publications
(4) ASID Design Excellence Awards 2016 all 1st place (5) ASID Design Excellence awards 2015 including BEST OF SHOW, (4) ASID Design Excellence Awards 2014, (3) ASID awards in 2013, (2) ASID Design Excellence Awards in 2012, NAHB Green Remodel of the Year 2012 (over 100k)
Magazine feature projects in Phoenix Home and Garden Sept 2008, April 2015,and Feb 2016 including a profile of Amy as one of Arizona's Inspiring Women in Feb 2016 issue
Published in Arizona Republic as designer of mid century modern featured project in the "Cool Home" section 2.22.13 http://www.azcentral.com/home/articles/20130213midcentury-modern-home-makeover-phoenix.html
Published in Phoenix Home and Garden magazine, March 2010 issue "Idea File" for custom designed 'Wavy shelf' (see page 208)
Published on cover of Hearth and Home magazine, March 2010 issue
Included in an NPR (National Public Radio) Morning Edition story because of our involvement with 'green', NAHB certified, residential remodels along the light rail system in downtown Phoenix.
NAHB 'Green Remodel of the Year 2010' published in ECOHOME magazine May/June 2010 in article 'Back on Track'
NAHB 'Green Remodel of the Year 2010' published in the Arizona Republic newspaper on August 20, 2010 in article 'GreenStreet upgrades modest urban houses'