Anne Schwab Architect began in a Seattle Pioneer
Square loft in 1986, moved to The Pike Place Market, and later,
to Mercer Island. A move back to Seattle is in the planning stage.
The practice has been self-referring since its inception.
Anne Schwab holds a BFA in sculpture from Tyler
School of Art in Philadelphia and a Masters in Architecture from
The University of Washington, where she received the Graduate Faculty Design
Experience prior to private practice includes work on commercial,
museum, high-rise hotel and multi-family projects at award-winning
firms in Seattle and Philadelphia.
Before architecture, Anne studied glass-blowing at The Penland
School in North Carolina and Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood,
Washington, taught glass-blowing at the Naples Mill School in Naples,
New York and studied physics at The University of Pennsylvania.
Anne has been a guest critic in architecture studios at The
University of Washington and has presented the Saturday “How to
Select & Work with an Architect" seminar at The American
Institute of Architects in Seattle.
Anne enjoys tennis, watching her daughter play ultimate frisbee
and has a passion for ping pong.
Awards & Publications
AIA / Seattle Times Home of the Month - Daugs
Pacific Magazine - Beacon Hill Triplex
Architect, State of Washington
Architect, State of Pennsylvania