About

Andrew Salkin

LEED AP AND PRINCIPAL OF SALKIN ARCHITECTURE

Andy has over 40 years of commercial, residential, planning and consultant services experience.

The firm is committed to a sustainable future and supports LEED design principles, the living building challenge and all organizations committed to this goal.

AWARDS & PUBLICATIONS:
  • Rex Award Winner – 2012
    Mt. Baker Complete Lower Level Remodel
  • Rex Award Winner – June 2009
    Fremont Residence Kitchen
  • Seattle Homes & Lifestyles – may 2002
  • Builder/Architect – Pritchard Island Residence – Feb. 2002
  • Seattle Times – AIA Home of the Month, Aug. 2001
    Pritchard Island Residence
  • “Subtle Shift” Custom Home Magazine, 1998
  • Mercer Island Community Design Award – 1994
    Halverson Law Office Building
  • King County Bd. of Realtors Merit Award 1988
    Arboretum Court
  • Article – “John Yeon, the Influence of the Region” – Arcade – 1982
EDUCATION:
  • B.A. in Architecture -Washington University in St. Louis, MO., 1975
  • Master of Architecture – University of Washington, 1982
REGISTRATION:
  • State of Washington – 1985
  • NCARB – 1988
COMMUNITY SERVICE:
  • Vista Volunteer & Board Member- Design Coalition – Madison, WI 1975
  • Site Council, Whitworth Elementary School – Seattle 1989
  • NSA/Rainier Little League – Softball Coach – Seattle 1989-99
  • Mt. Baker/Lakewood Soccer Coach – Seattle 1990-94
  • Friends of Franklin Sports, Franklin H.S. Seattle – 2001-2002
  • Powerful Buddies, Powerful Schools – Seattle 2001-3
  • Rainier Valley Food Bank/Planning Consultant – 2009
  • Southeast Seattle Senior Center/Building Consultant – 2009