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10 Best Seattle Architects

  • 3433 21st Ave S, Seattle • Beacon Hill
    Ben Shorr - Terry Mulholland is incredible. She's an architect and professional carpenter. Outstanding to work with. mulholland-design.com/index...
    recommended by Piragash
  • Tony Wright - Great sole operator, works well with general contractors.
    Gary Lundgren - John designs amazing homes. A great person to talk to when you are ready to build or remodel your home.
  • 115 15th Ave E 100, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    recommended by Michael Mattmiller
  • 1050 N 38th St, Seattle • Fremont
    Tom Laramee - I hired Kevin to help with a steep slope analysis prior to beginning a major remodel. He gave me a comprehensive overview of how King County classifies my property and handed a clear plan off to the design build team.
  • Amy McCullough - Ellen is an incredibly talented and thoughtful architect. Clean and elegant design and a great person to work with!
    sugimoss.com
  • 5512 1st Ave NE, Seattle
    recommended by Danna Redmond
  • Adam Broetje - I have worked with Lauren on two projects and get excited every time I get a chance to recommend her. A great person to work with and extremely talented.
  • Gina Tran - We love working with Chris - designed a great layout that was pragmatic and utilized the existing square footage without having to do much of major projects. Would recommend!
  • 1221 E Pike St 305, Seattle
    David Cantu - This firm did all the work for an extensive remodel. They were great to work with, solved some tough design challenges, and helped bring our vision to life. Great fun, creative, and talented team.
  • 10. goCstudio
    321 3rd Ave S 201, Seattle
    Brandon Madsen - Aimee and Jon, GoC's founders, are visionary yet down to earth. They adapt their distinctive style to the needs of clients, the demands of specific sites, and the surrounding environment. And they're solid, quality people to boot. Highly recommended!

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