Tour any of Seattle’s newest residential high rise projects and it becomes crystal clear: they are rapidly rising to meet the level of luxury and service one expects at the finest of hotels. Continue reading “Blurred Lines: how high rise homes are becoming more like hotels”
Meet Brock Williams, a Project Manager in Weber Thompson’s High Rise and Hospitality Design Studios. He has a wealth of experience in hotels, restaurants, commercial office buildings and tenant improvements. Learn more about him in this Q & A, or visit our website to read his bio.
Brock Williams, Project Manager
How long have you worked at Weber Thompson and what is your favorite thing about working here?
I’ve worked at Weber Thompson for almost a year now and one of the things I like most about working here is the support I get from the office and individuals to pursue my professional goals and balance work and life outside of work. Continue reading “Meet the Staff: Brock Williams”
What is your Name & Title/Role? Bernadette Rubio, Interior Design Principal
You were just promoted! What about this new role excites you the most?
I’ve been with WT for almost four years and have been part of an incredible group of designers. Carrie Smith has been instrumental in making that happen and I learned a lot from working alongside her. What I’m really excited about is building upon that success, taking the WTid team to the next level and helping each of our team members flourish as designers.
What has been your favorite project?
My favorite project is a tossup between 4730 California Apartments in West Seattle and Pike Motorworks in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Both projects were urban infill projects developed by The Wolff Company. Each project design was inspired by the uniqueness of their respective neighborhoods.
These projects were successful because the entire design team, especially the client, stayed true to the concept and were committed to executing the design throughout the process. It’s a testament to a great client/designer/contractor team relationship. Continue reading “Meet the Staff: Bernadette Rubio”
Let’s get away!
To a dreamy, dreary morning on the coast, in a field, in a dream. Who said fall can’t romance us as much as summer? In a city where trees are becoming less abundant, fall is not as rich with oranges, deep reds, or hints of pine as the countryside. No, our fall is a little more….gray.
But even still, it inspires us. Check out our fall Pinterest board to get a little inspired by October in Seattle yourself.
To see how we incorporate our inspirations into our projects, view our online portfolio.
Fanny Idoux joined the Weber Thompson Interior Design team in May of 2014, jumping in right as two of our interior design staff took leave for several months. She hit the ground running and has been working on a wide variety of hospitality and residential projects. Her sense of style, great attitude, and attention to detail make her a valuable asset to the team.
How long have you worked at Weber Thompson?
Since May 2014
What is your favorite thing about working at Weber Thompson?
I love the environment and the talented group of people I get to work with and learn from. Weber Thompson offers me the opportunity to be fully creative but also to learn something new everyday.
Summarize your job in a paragraph.
My job is to contribute to the development of complex hospitality and multi- family projects throughout each phase of design, from concept to construction drawings and construction administration. Continue reading “Meet the Staff: Fanny Idoux”