Aaron’s interest in addressing homelessness and inadequate affordable housing in our region brought him to EW, where he is honored to apply his professional skills to these community challenges. Aaron focuses on affordable housing, farmworker housing, housing for the homeless, community facilities, construction detailing, building envelopes, energy efficiency, and daylighting.
Representative projects include:
Brender Creek (seasonal farmworker housing in Cashmere, WA)
Haines Apartments (a rehab of affordable senior apartments in Capitol Hill, Seattle)
Vine Maple Place (social services office in Maple Valley, WA)
Aaron holds a Bachelors in Architecture from North Carolina State University, and a Masters in Architecture from the University of Washington. He is a LEED accredited professional and a graduate of the Pomegranate Center’s community facilitation training program.