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Rebecca Schodin



“Designing is a matter of concentration. You go deep into what you want to do. It’s about intensive research, really. The concentration is warm and intimate and like the fire inside the earth – intense but not distorted. You can go to a place, really feel it in your heart. It’s actually a beautiful feeling.”

– Peter Zumthor

Growing up, Rebecca had a passion for art. In high school she became interested in math and physics. These passions led Rebecca to a career in architecture where she found an intersection of art, math, and poetry. As a member of the design team at Dykeman since 2017, Rebecca has been inspired in her ability as a designer to make a difference in the community through designing schools that are beautiful and comfortable places for kids to learn. In addition to designing schools, Rebecca is currently designing a residence on Camano Island that is pursuing ambitious sustainability goals.


Rebecca is involved with A4LE. Being a part of this group has allowed Rebecca to tour schools that other professionals have designed giving her the opportunity to connect and learn from their work to better serve in her position at Dykeman.


When not designing, you can find Rebecca caring for her many house plants, practicing yoga, or exploring all that the Pacific Northwest hiking trails have to offer.

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