Joining Weber Thompson in 2011, Sami brought with him over nine years of residential experience in all forms – single family homes, townhouses, and multifamily and mixed-use buildings with a little retail tossed in here and there. At Weber Thompson, he immediately jumped into the fray, working on the complicated South Kirkland TOD, and helping the team complete the documentation.
Through his work, Sami has developed a strong interest in sustainable design and how to best incorporate and promote sustainable design strategies in his work. He is also an advocate of BIM and all the benefits it can bring to a project. Sami is a registered architect in the State of Washington and a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Bachelor of Architecture and Urban Design
École Polytechnique d'Architecture et d'Urbanisme
Master of Architecture
New Jersey Institute of Technology