W.PA is announcing five New Associates

June 27th, 2016

Works Partnership Architecture is promoting five members of the firm who each embrace our approach to design, and continually enhance our reputation through their work.

Lauren Page earned her Masters of Architecture Degree at Yale University and a BArch at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Prior to joining W.PA in 2013, she worked at Grimshaw and Buro Happold in New York. Lauren was involved in the Slate throughout all design and construction phases. She is also involved in the design of a music venue in Denver and a masterplan development in Cleveland. Lauren is a licensed architect in the State of New York.

Kegan Flanderka earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2012. Joining W.PA in 2013, he has worked on projects ranging from commercial office TIs, adaptive re-use, to multifamily and hospitality. Kegan has served as guest critic at University of Oregons Architecture program and Portland State University.

Don Lee, a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in Architecture and Fine Arts has been practicing architecture for over 20 years. Don has managed a diverse array of projects ranging from commercial high-rise and mixed-use, to residential projects. He is currently working on student housing for Concordia University and a 9 story commercial office building in Central Eastside. Prior to joining WPA, Don was a Senior Associate at Robert AM Stern Architects in New York. Don is a licensed architect in New York and Oregon.

Mark Nye In his 17 year career, Mark’s diligence in service to both design and client involvement have enabled him to offer a depth of expertise for award winning design on projects challenged by tight budgets and strict regulatory requirements. At W.PA Mark has been leading large scale mixed-use development projects, some including the innovative use of heavy timber frames. Mark is a licensed architect in Washington and Oregon.

Judson Moore — a designer and educator with 18 years of experience practicing architecture in Texas, Montana, and Oregon, incorporates expertise from an array of project types including commercial, educational, adaptive-reuse, and industrial. A graduate of Texas A&M University and Rice University, his experience focuses the development of architectural systems through the utilization of environmental and programmatic resources. Judson joined W.PA in 2014, and works as a Project Architect and Design Manager, leading a number of commercial projects including Framework and 811 Stark.