Our Story

We are a growing studio with deep industry roots and a heart for the South Sound community. We were founded in 2015 based on a commitment to support each in finding a balance that allows each of us to succeed while doing damn good design. Our goal is to thrive - thrive in design, thrive in our relationships with others, and thrive in our lives here in the Pacific Northwest. This ethos extends to our vision for our clients and our community.

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Christopher Boon

Designer

Ben Ferguson

Principal

Alejandro Gallegos

Interior Designer

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Megan Johnson

Project Architect

Jason Karam

Project Manager

Haley Ladenburg

Designer

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Caela McKeever

Interior Architect

Jamie Sandberg

Project Architect

Larissa Stewart

Studio Manager

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Steffany Tuohy

Project Manager

Christian Truscinski

Project Designer

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Our Approach

Building relationships is at the core of our process. Being good partners with every person involved in the design, permitting, and construction of a project leads to the best possible outcome for the client. We value teammates and partners who share the same mindset and push us as hard as we push them. This allows us to collaborate with the best consultant teams to consistently produce high-quality designs for clients who share compatible goals and aesthetics.

Our Clients

Our Partners

Our local industry partners are extensions of our Ferguson Architecture family – we consider their collaboration as important to the success of our studio as that of our own team members’. Through years of partnership on projects throughout the Puget Sound, we’ve developed valuable relationships with people we trust, admire, and genuinely enjoy working with. Their expertise and passion for their profession drives us to continually improve, ask questions, and find solutions that allow each project to exceed expectations.

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