Photo: Rafael Soldi

                           Photo: Rafael Soldi

Tiffany Bowie
Principal Architect

AIA, Certified Passive House Consultant™

Tiffany began her college education in Vancouver BC where she graduated with an Applied Science degree from Simon Fraser University. During her undergraduate degree, Tiffany took time off to live in Whistler BC where
she was able to ski and apply outdoor recreation to her degree. Her hopes of pursuing post-graduate studies in industrial design took a turn after two month long visit to Japan where she was inspired to change her decision to pursue interior and architectural design.

She has completed an Interior Design degree from Academy of Art University in San Francisco and a Masters of Architecture from the NewSchool of Design and Architecture in San Diego. She has continued her educational path and interest in environmentally conscious housing while working. In addition to becoming a licensed architect, she is also LEED AP, and recently a Certified Passive House Consultant™. 

Tiffany has worked in design offices in California, New York and Seattle prior to starting her own firm with Joe.

A love of the outdoors drew Tiffany and her family to the Northwest. Tiffany can be found trail running, snowboarding or learning French with her daughter.

Joe Malboeuf
Principal Architect

LEED AP, Certified Passive House Builder

During childhood years in Michigan and London, England Joe became interested in the functionality and aesthetics of architecture. 

Joe received a graphic design degree from Michigan State University and a Masters in Architecture from The NewSchool of Architecture and Design. 

After graduate school, Joe worked as a designer at Dan Ionescu Architecture in New York, providing professional services for several large scale commercial and residential developments.

In 2008, Joe relocated with Tiffany to Seattle, where he practiced as a Project Architect with TCA Architecture and then Chris Pardo Design, working with private clients and in the design of residential and commercial mixed use projects.