Houses and landscapes for lifestyles that value an awareness of the outside. Blurring boundaries between buildings and gardens, we bring into balance the relationship between indoor and outdoor living.
Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Matt received his Master of Architecture in 2003 from UC Berkeley, where he was awarded the Gerson Prize for Design Excellence.
His work continues the modernist tradition of integration with nature and doing more with less.
Matt is currently a visiting critic at the University of Oregon and University of Washington Departments of Architecture. He is a licensed architect in the State of Washington, and a LEED accredited professional.
Born and raised on Vashon Island, Jody received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington in 1999, and her Master of Architecture from UC Berkeley in 2003. She studied in the doctoral program for Architectural History, with a focus on mid-century modern housing and landscapes.
Prior to founding Wittman Estes, designed and project managed numerous award winning residential and multi-family landscapes in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Her work is focused on creating outdoor spaces that are experientially rich and have a feeling of intimacy within a simple modern layout.
Jody is a keen observer of social and natural phenomena, an avid gardener, and an expert in the native flora and fauna of the Puget Sound ecosystem.