Originally from Seattle, Shannon Wing has a passion for community-centered design. Shannon entered the architecture field following in her grandfather’s footsteps, receiving her Bachelor of Art in Architecture from the University of Washington and her Master of Architecture from the University of Maryland. During her education, she spent time in France and Italy, absorbing inspiration from the local art, architecture, and culture. Following a short period working in Washington, DC, Shannon returned to the more “laid-back” West Coast, and now resides in Seattle with her husband, two young children, and their family dog. Outside of the office, she enjoys camping, canoeing, and helping her husband with his family’s hard cider business.
Shannon’s focus on community filters into all aspects of her work at Atelier Drome. She has experience working in a variety of roles on a range of project types, from residential to hospitality and commercial. In each and every project, Shannon prioritizes personal connections – both with the client and within the design and construction team. Working closely with clients and future occupants, Shannon designs spaces which not only meet their immediate need, but which also enrich the larger community. She is currently working on several projects in West Seattle, and has recently finished work on a multi-family project in the Queen Anne neighborhood.
Master of Architecture, University of MARYLAND
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