Kristen Scott is a Senior Principal at Weber Thompson where she heads the commercial office architecture and lowrise residential design teams. As part of the leadership of Weber Thompson for more than 20 years, her background spans from designing a variety of affordable and market-rate homes, townhomes and multifamily in both urban and suburban communities to more recently, leading teams designing commercial tenant improvements and high performance office buildings. 

A few of her notable past projects include the award winning Bagley Lofts in Seattle, Crofton Springs in Issaquah Highlands, Allegro Townhomes in Rainier Vista, Aljoya Mercer Island Senior Housing Community and two Fremont office buildings currently on the boards.

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 leadership roles in Seattle and at the state level. She served on the AIA Seattle Board of Directors as President and Treasurer, and is a past Board member of AIA Washington and the Seattle Architecture Foundation. 

Kristen Scott AIA, LEED AP
Senior Principal

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
University of Washington 

Master of Architecture

University of Washington