A creative soul with a passion for detail-oriented projects, Associate Noelle Galicia joined Weber Thompson’s mid rise studio in 2013 launching immediately on to the four building Westlake Steps project. Her technical savvy and high attention to detail has been a major asset to the team.
Throughout her career Noelle has focused her technical skills on both new and renovated projects. These include a renovation and addition for a supportive setting for survivors of domestic violence, medical/healthcare tenant improvement projects, and multiple residential buildings ranging from affordable housing to condominiums. Together these have allowed Noelle to develop her understanding of the mechanics of how a building goes together.
Still underlying all this is Noelle’s creative side. A lover of arts and crafts she sells her own textile designs, and runs a craft and art blog where she writes about sewing, food and creative hacks. When not focused on these, Noelle spends her time volunteering with non-profits such as the Seattle Architecture Foundation, or rock climbing, hiking and traveling out of the country.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
University of San Carlos, Philippines