With more than fifteen years of design practice, Carey Dagliano Holmes brings a dynamic range of project type experience spanning from multifamily and commercial work, to custom residential and affordable housing. At Weber Thompson, she employs her design and project management strengths to advance the design development and permitting of complex urban projects.  Her current focus is a boutique multifamily project in South Lake Union, the Southeast Economic Opportunity Center redevelopment, and several restaurant and cafe tenant improvements in Fremont and Beacon Hill.

Prior to Weber Thompson, Carey acquired extensive experience in ground-up custom residential design in Washington and New York. Space planning, building design, drawing set and design detail development are just a few of the areas within which Carey excels. She has a strong design background including professional work experience with Cutler Anderson Architects, Bosworth Hoedemaker, and John Pawson Design.

Carey currently serves on the Southeast Design Review Board for the City of Seattle. She cares deeply for community work and has volunteered extensively for many non-profit agencies including Habitat for Humanity, A Li Mi A for the Crow Indian Reservation, Auburn University’s Rural Studio, AIA Seattle, and Architecture 5 Cents. In 2016 she was actively involved in the design and construction of a family-oriented Tiny House prototype for the Low Income Housing Institute. She is passionate about design, and is constantly engaged in graphic, photographic, furniture, fine art and architectural projects. Carey is a licensed architect in Washington.

Carey Dagliano Holmes RA, LEED AP BD+C
Senior Associate
Projects
  • Southeast Economic Opportunity Center | Seattle, WA
    Project Architect
  • Project Architect
  • Project Architect
  • 1110 Dexter | Seattle, WA
    Project Manager
Education

Bachelor of Architecture
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 

Articles

It Takes a Village
WT Blog
November 22, 2016

 

Small But Mighty: Making a Big Impact with Tiny Houses
WT Blog
August 24, 2016