All of us are an integral part of our environment.
A heightened awareness and sensitivity
to this dynamic relationship drives my passion for place making.
Architecture and interior design offer the potential for discovery, creativity and innovation.
The simplest composition can be rich with meaning, importance and wonder.
DiMARCO ARCHITECTURE, PRINCIPAL | SEATTLE WA | 03-PRESENT
A licensed architect in Washington (1993) and California (1990) leading an award-winning architectural and interior design studio providing complete project services.
CORNISH COLLEGE OF THE ARTS, DESIGN STUDIO INSTRUCTOR | SEATTLE WA | 2003-2004
Developed, collaborated and established the new design department program with design chair and department head. Acted as a student liaison for disputed course grading. Wrote course syllabi and taught sophomore and junior level design studios.
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, DESIGN STUDIO INSTRUCTOR | FIRENZA ITALIA | 1986-1987
An introductory course that included critical analysis methodology and design process fundamentals.
NUMEROUS INSTITUTIONS, GUEST JUROR | 1992-2013
Invited guest juror for the University of Washington Architectural Thesis Studio, Cornish College of the Arts Senior Design Studio, and the California College of the Arts design department.
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY | SYRACUSE NY | MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE 1986
Thesis: Typological Study of Residential Colleges, (selected for the Architecture School's archives) Graduated Cum Laude.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON | SEATTLE WA | BACHELOR OF FINE ART 1981
Areas of Concentration: Interior Design, Art History, Color Theory and Furniture Design.
Graduated Cum Laude.
AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS
SEATTLE DESIGN CENTER AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURE
1st place for design of a remote island retreat design competition.
MELITTA CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS COMPETITION
Project lead for a 1st place competition entry and awarded contract for a new headquarters outside of Frankfurt, Germany.
Awarded for exceptional sectional idea in regional executed residential work book illustration.
for The Architecture of Worship in California, A Symbol of Cultural Diversity, by Jane Elison.
Wrote, directed and edited a short independent film, A Little Time. This piece explored the differences between rational and experiential perceptions of time.