bio

Anne Hamilton, AIA, LEED AP, CPHC®

AnneHamilton1My obsession with all things related to the built environment, cities and demographics comes partly from living in a variety of places from a small town outside of Cincinnati, growing up in the suburbs of Dallas/Ft. Worth, attending graduate school in Chicago, studying abroad in Rome, living in the heart of Seattle for nine years, and now settling close to family in the beautiful college town of Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Projects I love: deep green homes (passive solar, water re-use, and salvaged materials), challenging remodels and additions, adapting existing homes and buildings, sustainable and affordable multifamily, cohousing, mixed-use, suburban retrofits and infill development.

My passions: simplifying how we live, problem solving, analyzing, reading, watching football, exploring, traveling, road trips, getting lost, waterfalls, walkable living, health-promoting places, the in-between, trails, off the beaten path, sunny brunch on a patio.

Master of Architecture, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2003
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University, 2000

Certified Passive House Consultant {CPHC®}, 2014
Member, American Institute of Architects
Member, Urban Land Institute, 2012-2013
LEED Accredited Professional, 2006

Hight-Jackson Associates PA, Architect, December 2014-Present
Board & Vellum Architecture and Design {Seattle}, Project Architect, January 2014-November 2014
D+A Studio {Seattle, San Juan Island} Project Manager, 2005-2012
KLLM Architects {Chicago} Designer, 2004-2005

Volunteer Tax Preparer, United Way of King County, 2005-2014