Firm founder architect C.P. Drewett’s commitment to stewardship permeates every project and is the guiding principle of the firm. “Why do our clients seek us? Our clients want our stewardship, leadership, and vision,” said Drewett. “My clients trust me and my commitment to their lives, their site, and their architecture. That stewardship begins in the initial conversations about wants and needs, continues through the design process, and trickles down into every detail of the project and on to the final construction plans.”
About Drewett Works
Since opening its Old Town Scottsdale office in 2015, Drewett Works has rapidly become one of the most prolific and awarded architecture firms in the area. A boutique architectural firm with a luxury focus. DW specializes in the upper end of both residential and end-user commercial building projects. With a detail-focused team and extensive exposure to the use of high-end finishes, they are eager to spread their creative boundaries on every project.
Passion for Design
A childhood of working alongside his father building furniture and working with his hands, CP helped his dad remodel homes creating a natural progression for his life towards architecture. “My father taught me the art in critical thinking. My entire life I have been a student of detail, art, and construction,” says Drewett. “I am blessed beyond words to have a career driven by my passions and even more blessed to be recognized by my peers for my work.”
Bringing Home the Hardware
Fresh from the Gold Nugget Awards in May 2019, DW added two more Awards of Merit to its list of accolades including a Best Residential Detached Collection of the Year for its infill community Kachina Estates. The year began with a bang at The Nationals in February 2019, where DW brought him a Silver Award for Desert Prairie, a project which now boasts multiple awards and a feature article in Luxe Interiors + Design. At this year’s Best in American Living Awards, DW brought home the most coveted award of the night — Home of the Year — for its Outside In project.
On the Boards
DW received the architectural commission for the newest clubhouse at the world-renowned Desert Mountain, Seven, which recently completed construction and features a gastropub with both indoor and outdoor dining. Currently on the boards at DW are the Ritz Carlton Estate Homes which range from 5,500 to 12,000 square feet and include all the services and amenities of the Ritz-Carlton, Paradise Valley, soon to be under construction, as well as both residential and commercial projects in Monterrey, Loreto, and Los Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.