Kristen Scott is Managing Partner and Senior Principal of Weber Thompson where she heads the commercial office design team. As Managing Partner of Weber Thompson for more than 20 years, she has overseen the growth of the firm from its beginnings to the sustainably focused 70 person multi-disciplinary firm it is today. Her background spans the design of a variety of affordable and market-rate homes, multifamily and senior housing in both urban and suburban communities to currently leading teams designing high performance office buildings.

Kristen received her Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Washington, a background which provides a foundation for her collaborative, solution oriented approach to design. She is licensed to practice architecture in the State of Washington and became a LEED AP in 2007.

Active in the broader architecture community, she has held various professional organization leadership roles in Seattle and at the state level including AIA Seattle President.


Professional community service

AIA Seattle Board of Directors | 2000-2005

AIA President | 2003-2004

Seattle Architecture Foundation Board Member | 2004-2005

AIA Washington Board Member | 2004-2005

Founder, Art In Craft Arts Group | 2009-present


Honors & Awards | Business Management

Architect Magazine’s National Top 50 Firms | 2017, 2016, 2012

PSMJ Circle of Excellence for Business Management | 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 Honoree

Zweig Hot Firm - Top 50 NW Architects | 2007

Seattle Business Monthly - Best Places To Work | 2007

Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 Honoree | 2001

Kristen Scott AIA, LEED AP
Senior Principal
Projects
Education

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
University of Washington 


Master of Architecture

University of Washington

Articles, Interviews & Presentations

Don’t question the value of green design — bank on it
Daily Journal of Commerce  |  Urban Development Special Section  |  2017

 

On the Block: Check out Seattle’s Other Tech Hub: Fremont
Daily Journal of Commerce  |  2017

 

This modern Seattle building doesn't have AC — on purpose
KUOW Seattle  |  2018

 

Surviving the summer without A/C
WBUR Boston  |  2018

 

Officially underway project in Fremont highlights change in an Evolving Seattle Neighborhood
The Registry Puget Sound  |  2018

 

CoreNET Tour: The Changing Face of Fremont Office  |  2018

 

CREW Tour: The Changing Face of Fremont Office  |  2018