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Jeremy is well-versed in new and repurposed residential and large-scale design projects in Washington, Oregon, Minnesota, and Florida—including Native American cultural centers and museums, environmental learning centers, campus facilities, and mixed-use retail buildings. He earned a Master of Architecture from University of Washington and Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Minnesota. Jeremy runs our Minnesota office branch in Minneapolis.
Myra joins SKL after graduating with her B. Arch from Rice University in Houston, Texas. As designer and artist, she hopes to engage, harvest, and encourage the inventiveness, beauty, and resilience of human life thorough design interventions large and small. Currently she shifts between focusing on her work, improving her many crafts, and exploring urban futures.
Wing-Yee joined Sundberg Kennedy Ly-AuYoung in April 2012. Wing-Yee has over 17 years of experience working as an architect on residential, public and commercial projects. Born in Hong Kong, She lived in England and Canada before getting her M. Arch. from the University of Oregon in 1994. After graduation, she worked for an urban design consulting firm in Vancouver BC doing urban rehab projects in Australia and SE Asia.
Nicole Tsen LewDESIGNER
Nicole has been with Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects since its inception. She worked in San Francisco and Shanghai before graduating with a Master of Architecture degree from University of California Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design in 2011. In 2013, her “South Park Food Bridge” conceptual design was recognized with an AIA Seattle Honor Award – Honorable Mention, and was the only conceptual project recognized by the jury. She is on the board of Design in Public, a non-profit that is devoted to promoting design to create a healthier, more livable city.
Mika graduated from the University of Washington College of Arts and Sciences in 2002 with a degree in Anthropology, and graduated from University of Oregon College of Allied Arts and Architecture with a Master’s degree in 2009.