is an architecture studio based in Portland, Oregon and Detroit, Michigan.
We take a methodical, careful and resourceful approach to design. Our goal is to maximize the architectural potential of every commission and exceed the expectations of every client.
Beebe Skidmore provides comprehensive architectural services for both commercial and residential projects. Since establishing the firm in 2007, we have completed projects throughout the Pacific Northwest and in Idaho, Michigan, California and New York. Our solutions navigate zoning challenges, public design review and tricky construction logistics.
We welcome creative collaborations, team efforts, and all projects regardless of type or size. In our experience, complicated or unusual parameters lead to unique and unexpected solutions.
"within the limits, the variety is endless" -Merce Cunningham
is a registered architect in Oregon and Massachusetts with expertise in design, planning and project management. Heidi received her Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University. Currently she serves as an adjunct professor of architecture at the University of Michigan Taubman School of Architecture and Urban Planning in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Prior to establishing Beebe Skidmore, Heidi practiced in Boston, Massachusetts at Thompson & Rose Architects and Machado and Silvetti Associates, and in Portland, Oregon at Paden Prichard Design and Allied Works Architecture.
From 2002 to 2007, Heidi was project manager for the $60 million expansion of the Seattle Art Museum. Additional responsibilities included a Programming and Pre-Design phase for Disney's Feature Animation Facility in Glendale, California, and an urban Master Plan for Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon. In addition to institutional projects, Heidi has worked on housing, hospitality and numerous residential projects on Long Island, Martha's Vineyard, Wyoming and Oregon.
is a registered architect in Washington State with expertise in architectural design, detailing and materials. He holds a Master of Architecture from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts and Robert D. Clark Honors College. Doug is an assistant professor of architecture at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan.
Prior to 2007, Doug was a Senior Associate at Allied Works Architecture where he worked for ten years. During that period, he served as project architect for several high-performance facilities for visual art, including Seattle Art Museum's award winning downtown expansion, its modern and classical art galleries, and an intimate adaptive re-use gallery for pdx Contemporary Art in Portland, Oregon.
Doug was also project architect for several noted timber-frame structures at Camp Caldera in central Oregon, and a residence in Sun Valley, Idaho that received a 2004 Honor Award for Craft from the American Institute of Architects for its use of site-cast concrete.