Marlene Druker is a graduate of the McGill School of Architecture (Montreal, Canada). After relocating to the Pacific Northwest, she worked with Callison Architecture in Seattle, Architects Reed Reinvald Johnson Willows in Tacoma and North Pacific Design in Gig Harbor. She has been a Registered Architect in Washington State since 2003.
Her practice focuses on custom residential, new construction and renovations/additions, adaptive reuse projects, tenant improvements and accessory buildings. She loves helping people create places that they love!
References provided upon request. Some examples of her work are pictured below - she would be happy to tell you more about any of them.
Project Gallery - Featured Projects:
(all drawings by Marlene Druker, photos by Marlene Druker, except where noted otherwise)
New Construction - Custom Residential in Gig Harbor area on waterfront
Adaptive Reuse - Conversions of Existing Wing of Temple Beth El in Tacoma for Brotman Early Childhood Learning Center
New Construction - Custom Adult Family Home in Gig Harbor area (some photos by Family First)
New Construction - Custom Residential in Gig Harbor with water view
Renovation - Alterations to Existing Waterfront Home in Gig Harbor area
New Construction - Custom Residential in Gig Harbor with partial view
New Construction - Multi-generational home in Gig Harbor
Renovation - Historic Home in Tacoma (photos of kitchen and family room by contractor - MRF Construction)
New Construction- Custom Home in Gig Harbor's Historic District (unbuilt)