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Baylis Architects

USGBC member

10801 Main Street
Bellevue , WA 98004


Service area: 200 miles

Service Area: Serving projects in the Pacifc Northwest

Throughout our 37 year history, Baylis Architects has advanced its agenda of always designing long term, sustainable projects. Today this commitment continues in the form of LEED, Built-Green, and CTED Green Design project analysis, plus efforts to reduce each project's carbon footprint.

Sustainable techniques utilized in recent projects include using salvaged materials, advanced framing, geothermal technolgies, high performance envelopes, rain water harvesting, and daylighting to name a few.

Baylis Architects creates architecture as a functional art form. Our work is about design - sculpting the form of a building; about the nature of materials and the crafts involved in assembling them. It is equally about the realty of the project - making them cost effective solutions to our clients' needs. With the greatest of care and sensitivity toward the users of each building, we create projects that explore the relationship between structures and the Northwest landscape.

El Baylis founded Baylis Architects in 1972 based on a commitment to make a meaningful contribution to the community and the environment. Today, principles Brian Brand, Rich Wagner, Tom Frye, and the entire staff carry forward the purpose through collaborative efforts and diverse specialties.

Baylis Architects recognizes that each client is unique; each has different design needs, concerns, goals and criteria. We've built a reputation for answering these needs; for providing solutions backed by technical excellence that make each project work. For every aspect of a project, from the building's orientation to the smallest cabinet detail, we offer innovative proposals that are implemented quickly and cost effectively.

U.S. Green Building Council Member
U.S. Green Building Council Member

The U.S. Green Building Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation. More...