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GOCARE Learning Campus in El Madrono, Nicaragua

NPR station KCLU recently picked up a story about a school I’m providing pro bono design services for in Nicaragua. It’s part of my work as a volunteer for Architects Without Borders and is for GOCARE, [read more]

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Named one of the Best Architects in Seattle by Expertise

I'm happy to announce I was named one of the Best Architects in Seattle by Expertise. I’m one of 18 selected based on the following criteria: reputation, credibility, experience, availability, professionalism and engagement. Thanks, Expertise!  

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Featured in a Pro-Spotlight article on Houzz

“When designing rooms that flow together, it’s important to create different-feeling spaces through subtle changes in ceiling height, materials and views.” I'm excited about the being featured in a Pro-Spotlight article on Houzz. It captures my [read more]

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Book Review: The Life-Changing Art of Tidying Up

The Life-Changing Art of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo Marie Kondo’s book is now an international best seller and has inspired a backlash but it remains one of the [read more]

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The drop zone: tame the mess at your front door

People are drawn to modern houses because the clean, uncluttered look can be very calming. Achieving this does not mean putting the kids up for adoption, consigning your spouse to the garage or hiring a full [read more]

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Q: How do I select a contractor?

A: The best resource for finding a contractor is your architect. We have either worked with contractors that we can recommend or have architect colleagues that have worked with contractors they recommend. If you get three [read more]

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