Hoedemaker Pfeiffer is a design studio focused on the creation of space that reveals the human spirit and connects us to the world in which we live. Through the interweaving of architecture, interiors, and landscape, we strive to reveal what is essential in the human experience. We look to create layers of meaning that tell the stories of people and place through the experience of space and materials.

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Rooted in residential design, often for family retreats, we embrace a passion for what is too often taken for granted—small moments, family, and shared memories that make life’s journey meaningful. This same attitude infuses the firm’s work with bespoke commercial and lifestyle projects.

Recognized with numerous awards and featured in dozens of publications, we have garnered a reputation for our honest use of materials, and sympathetic response to nature and site. We seek to merge contemporary design with timeless traditions meant to last generations.

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Leadership

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Steve Hoedemaker

Principal Architect, AIA

Steve Hoedemaker is a third generation Seattle native whose education and travel have taken him around the world but he always finds his way back to life in the city and a farm in the San Juan Islands. Steve has an undergraduate degree from Vassar College and a Masters in Architecture from the University of Washington. His work explores the relationship between indoors and out, modern and vernacular, and the relationship of people to buildings, and buildings to site. Recent projects have taken him to Georgian Bay in Canada, Wyoming, Oregon, Massachusetts, and throughout the Pacific Northwest.

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Tim Pfeiffer

Principal Designer

Tim Pfeiffer is a Northwest native whose vision and passion have inspired him to explore the nature of storytelling through design and objects. His love for art, decor and furniture has evolved into a singular approach to design that develops meaning through the layering of objects. Having worked in San Francisco, New York, Europe, and Asia for families as well as major brands, his experience is as varied as it is unique. His work at Ralph Lauren led to the creation of its iconic signature and concept stores. As senior vice president of global design and development at Starbucks, he led the creation of a next generation store design which served to relaunch the company’s retail stores worldwide. And working with the Rockwell group, Tim helped launch bespoke and branded restaurants, as well as the Shinola brand.

Team

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Bryan Chilcote

Project Architect

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Tori Masterson

Project Architect

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Kelly Jimenez

Project Architect

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Todd Beyerlein

Project Architect

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Brianne MacLean

Interior Design Manager

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Holland Stephens

Interior Designer

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Justin Oldenhuis

Project Manager

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Brittney Kroon

Project Manager

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Ben Loeffler

Project Manager

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Ashley Cantor

Project Coordinator

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Lindsey Werkhoven

Project Coordinator

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Zack Spencer

Project Coordinator

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David Boyton

Junior Designer

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Sara Bone

Junior Designer

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Aimee Noel

Finance & Purchasing Manager

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Chloe Gilstrap

Office Manager

Awards

2016

International Interior Design Association INawards16

Honorable Mention

2015

International Interior Design Association INawards15

People’s Choice Award

2014

AIA Seattle Design Awards

Home of Distinction

2010

Masonry Institute of Washington Design Awards

Award of Excellence

2009

AIA Northwest Region Design Awards

Honor Award

AIA Northwest Region Design Awards

Glen Hunt Award

2007

AIA Northwest Region Design Awards

Honor Award

AIA Northwest Region Design Awards

Glen Hunt Award

AIA Northwest Region Design Awards

Citation Award