From Left to Right: Sean Morgan, Mariana Gutheim, Robert Hutchison, Scott Claassen

From Left to Right: Sean Morgan, Mariana Gutheim, Robert Hutchison, Scott Claassen

Robert Hutchison is a practitioner, researcher, and educator whose interests and practice overlap the fields of architecture, art and photography. Hutchison received a MArch degree from the University of Washington in 1996, and a BS degree in Structural Engineering and a BS degree in Architectural Engineering from Drexel University in 1990. From 1996 to 2001, he was a Project Architect and Project Manager at The Miller/Hull Partnership. In 2001, Hutchison formed the Seattle-based architectural firm Hutchison & Maul Architecture in collaboration with his friend and colleague Tom Maul. In 2013, Hutchison established the architecture studio Robert Hutchison Architecture. Honors and awards include the 2016 - 2017 Rome Prize in Architecture awarded by the American Academy in Rome, the 2010 Creative Artists Fellowship awarded by the Japan-US Friendship Commission & National Endowment for the Arts, the 2009 Emerging Voices awarded by the Architectural League of NY, a 2008 AIA Honor Award for Washington Architecture for the installation project 7, and one of fifteen individuals to be selected as a 2013-2014 On the Boards Ambassador. Hutchison is an Affiliate Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture at the University of Washington, where he teaches architectural design studios at the undergraduate and graduate levels. For the last five years Hutchison has served as Program Director and Lead Instructor for the Architecture in Mexico Studios, based in Mexico City. He has also taught design studios on a periodic basis for Washington State University’s College of Architecture & Construction Management. Hutchison is an Advisory Board Member for the independent non-profit architectural organization Space.Cityand served six years (two terms) as a Public Art Advisory Committee member for King County's 4Culture’s Public Arts Advisory Committee.

Scott Claassen has been with RHA since our founding in Summer 2013. Scott received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Washington in 2009, was a 2010 Architectural Researcher at the Bauhaus Dessau Stiftung, and received a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan in 2013. Prior to joining RHA, Scott worked for the internationally known firm Henning Larsen Architects, and the Michigan based firm LAMAS. Scott is a multi-faceted architect. He brings to RHA a strong design sensibility, a keen eye for detail, and incredible graphic abilities. Scott has served as a staff architect for the Cantilever House, the House on the White River, and the Hotel in Lishui, China. For a glimpse of some of the amazing drawings that he has executed for us, see the House with a Courtyard #2, the Hotel in Lishui, China, the Earthwork (Re)Inhabited, and the Hole Pavilion.

Sean Morgan has been with RHA since the summer of 2016. Sean received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Kent State University and his Master of Architecture from Syracuse University. While at Syracuse, he also co-taught Freshman Design Studio for two semesters. Prior to joining RHA, Sean has held positions at design offices in Syracuse, Philadelphia, and Switzerland. Sean has been working on several projects in the studio, including schematic design for the Two Houses on a Steep Site and the conceptual MEM projects. He holds a particular interest in architecture of the Everyday, and in collaboration with Rebecca Marsh curates domestic anomalies through their instagram account @strangedomesticity, "... a curation of everyday anomalies, objects, and growths."

Mariana Gutheim has been working for RHA since March 2017. Hailing originally from Argentina, Mariana received her undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Buenos Aires in 2011, and an MFA Degree from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Tufts University in 2016. Prior to joining RHA, Mariana was an intern at Olson Kundig Architects. Mariana has a particular interest in site-specific installations which combine her backgrounds in architecture and art.