We are excited to announce the recent additions of four new staff members!
Jeff Busby is a well-rounded designer who enjoys all aspects of the design process, from crafting the smallest detail to working out large scale ideas. After receiving his Bachelors of Architecture from Syracuse University, he interned with various firms in Colorado, Washington, and Pennsylvania, designing a wide range of project types. Jeff focuses on his clients’ needs and takes great pride in delivering projects that are on budget, architecturally progressive, and rationally conceived. Jeff is a lifelong connoisseur of food and while he is new to Seattle he can already introduce locals to some of the best new places to eat and hang out.
Sree Iyer has nine years of experience in architecture in California and Washington, and is a registered architect in the state of Washington. She has a Master of Building Science degree from University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Sir JJ College of Architecture in Mumbai, India. She enjoys working on all aspects of building design from building envelope systems to interior design.Sree is both excited and nervous about her first Marathon coming up in October. Most weekends you’ll find her out on long training runs followed by intense relaxing.
Joseph Readdy has 30-years experience in the planning, design, and project management for projects of all scales from the individual building, to the neighborhood, district, village, town, and city. Joseph is past chair of the Urban Design Panel for the Portland chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and adjunct professor of architecture at Portland State University where he teaches urban design, and at Marylhurst University where he teaches in sustainable community development in the MBA program on sustainable business.
James Underwood recently received his March from the University of Kansas. He received his BAS from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, and has interned at several firms, both in Kansas City and Seattle. He has interests in cooperative housing and solid detailing, and believes that great architecture is a union of social responsibility and technical artistry. James, another recent transplant to Seattle, is eager to gear up and start exploring the Great Northwest wilderness.