"Spry Architecture consistently outperformed and exceeded my expectations at every turn in this project. I love the beauty and simplicity of our home."
"Not only is Eric imaginative, full of great ideas and a problem solver, he was also very easy to work with.”
“Eric combines extraordinary creativity and a deep understanding of design with a practical understanding of how people actually live in a house.”
"We have now been in the house for over a year and can say without a doubt that the house Eric designed with us has far exceeded our expectations. As I type this from our lofted office with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and desert landscape, I am reminded of just how incredible of a job Eric did mastering what we wanted and capturing the very best of what this piece of land could offer."
"We couldn't have been happier with the work Eric Spry did on our behalf. His design was outstanding, we love the creativity and modern feel to our new home, and we feel we've made a contribution to the city and our neighborhood."
“I ended up driving on Pershing for the first time in many months and what I saw literally stopped me in my tracks, made me turn my car around for a second look, and then drive back a few hours later. Wow!”
"He is extremely professional and it shows in all that he does. I am extremely happy with his work ethic, professionalism and knowledge."
"Eric was great to work with and was always responsive to our requests and changes. From the start, he introduced us to the world of architectural design and taught us to look at things from a bigger picture."
"My wife and I have found it has been a pleasure working with Eric. He has good communication skills and helped us get our ideas onto paper in spite of our repeated tweeks. It is a difficult building lot and we had specific needs he had to address."
“Architecture is more than mere building, it's a compositional art. Akin to music. More than a floor, walls and ceiling just as music is more than three disconnected notes and just as notes arrange into a musical composition, so do the elements of a building. In the end, you don't simply have a building, you have an inhabitable song. Architecture is more."