Sandy is a multifaceted architect who can be as excited about providing excellent customer service and efficient project management as she is about beautiful design. She founded Office of Ordinary Architecture to create a firm where these three elements converge. The name is a nod to her belief that great design can be found in any project and that the ordinary deserves celebrating.
Sandy is a licensed architect with ten years of experience in architecture and interiors. She earned her dual bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Interior Architecture from Auburn University, and spent her thesis year at the school’s prestigious Rural Studio. Through that design-build program based in rural Alabama, she learned to weld, pour concrete, and generally tolerate manual labor in the Alabama heat. Since moving to Seattle she has gained experience in a variety of project types. Her resume includes residential projects ranging from custom homes to multi-family apartment buildings and commercial interiors for numerous small businesses as well as a Fortune 500 Company. Her ability to move seamlessly between architecture and interiors allows her to approach holistically to beautiful result.
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Here We Are Where We Ought To Be4 February 2020Inspired by Karen Blixen much quoted saying from Out of Africa, we are delighted to share the exciting news of our next development: the Angama Mara Map Room. Architects Sandy and Dan flew from Seattle to the Mara to design it for us and this is Sandy’s storyBySandy Wolf