Rhodes Architecture + Light is a team of Professional Architects designing award-winning Northwest Architecture and bringing a diverse set of backgrounds to each project. We work closely with our clients to deliver beautifully created, comfortable, efficient + sustainable buildings and have completed and published Custom Residential Design, Commercial, Mixed Use and Retail Facilities. For over twenty-six years we have been supporting our clients and delivering creative + exciting building solutions.

Tim James Rhodes, RA. AIA


I formed Rhodes Architecture + Light, a Seattle Architecture Firm, in the summer of 1995 to be close to design. I wanted to be closer to and understand the people I was working with to realize the spaces they wanted while keeping my hands in the details and materials.

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Josh Meharry, RA. LEED AP.


Josh’s interests in residential architecture and custom home design in Seattle stems from a belief that homes are one of the few spaces that people interact with on a deeper, personal level and have the ability to shape the way the residents feel about themselves, their connection with their community, and their environment.

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Hugo Javier Carrion Berru


Hugo’s love of residential architecture and custom home design in Seattle comes from his background and his personal approach. He believes in getting to know our clients and understanding their needs in order to create unique, welcoming spaces for them. Originally from Ecuador, Hugo graduated with a bachelor’s in Architecture from the University of Quito, Ecuador.

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Kevin Ebersole


Growing up in Wichita, Kansas Kevin was exposed to the world of construction and historic housing from an early age as his father was working on remodeling and rehabilitating houses. As he got older he started helping his father and developed a lifelong interest in how materials and techniques interacted to create interesting buildings and spaces.
Getting a Master’s of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas exposed him to the more aesthetic side of design and he has continued to explore how materials and techniques can create interesting and appealing spaces.

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