Dykeman

Julia Park, LEED BD+C

Project Architect

With about 20 years of experience, Julia has been involved in a variety of project types and project sectors.  It is with this diversity that she has been able to hone her technical skills as an architect.  She finds pleasure in getting in the details of a project and figuring out how a building comes together.  She knows the importance of initial design concepts and inspirational ideas.  However, her skill becomes apparent in translating those concepts and ideas into a constructible building.  Her design philosophy is straightforward -- to keep things simple.  To Julia, simple does not have to mean boring.  Simplicity can translate to elegance, and if done right, can result in a wonderful structure and space.

Away from the office, she also keeps her life fairly simple.  She spends her time doting on her sweet nieces and spoiling her big goofy dog.  Her life revolves around a black lab named Winnie who makes her laugh and smile every single day. Julia is also a huge Mariners fan and would love to see a World Series title in Seattle (never give up hope).

Education & Certifications

Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies (minor in Mathematics), University of Washington