BC&J Architecture hires David Cinamon

BC&J Architecture, Planning and Construction Management has hired architect David Cinamon as a member of their design and project administration team.

David Cinamon

BC&J Architecture, Planning and Construction Management has hired architect David Cinamon as a member of their design and project administration team.

Cinamon’s previous experience as a project architect includes work in custom residential, education centers, public libraries and master planning with firms such as The Miller Hull Partnership, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Cutler Anderson Architects and Olson Sundberg.

The firm said collaboration and inclusion are important to Cinamon, and BC&J believes that he will strengthen the dialog between the owner, design team and contractor to achieve the most cost-effective and aesthetic solutions.

Cinamon will also contribute to creatively integrate sustainable materials and environmental practices at BC&J Architecture, as well as coordinate new design work for The Perfect Little House Company. Both companies are owned by architect Peter Brachvogel, AIA and Stella Carosso of Bainbridge Island.

“We are very excited that David has joined our firm and by the opportunities that lie ahead for both BC&J Architecture and The Perfect Little House Company with his involvement,” Brachvogel said.

Cinamon joins two additional new members to the BC&J Architecture team: Ogun Arslan, who has served as both architect and contractor on several projects in Oregon before moving to Kitsap County; and Stuart Kleiger, who also brings a degree in urban planning and public management to BC&J and is a painter.

 

 

 

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