Architectureinside out is a holistic approach to integrating the built environment with the natural environment. Interior spaces can be made to suit our human nature and connect with the world outside; capturing views, daylight, solar heat gain in the winter and natural ventilation for cooling. A thorough investigation of all design options results in the best design and value for each client. Special consideration is given to materials that are sustainable, durable and affordable. Architecture Inside Outwas formed as a sole proprietorship in 1993 to serve my clients, friends and family in the Pacific Northwest. It is a diversified practice with experience in most every imaginable design project, fromfurniture to factories. Lately, I have been working on local residential projects and international public works projects. firstname.lastname@example.org Thomas Burkle Architect,Washington State Registration, 1987-2018; NCARB certification, 1994-2018. Professional Experience Sole Proprietor, Architecture Inside Out, Seattle, WA; 1993-2005 and 2010-2018; Senior Architect, Hollingsworth-Pack, 2013-2018; Lead Designer, Integrus Architecture, Seattle, WA, 1991-1993 and 2006-2009; Principal, Kazuyuki Murata Architects, Seattle, WA, 1986-1990; Designer, Architects Reed Reinvald, Tacoma, WA, 1985-1986; Understudy, Raili and Reima Pietila Architects, Helsinki, Finland, 1983-1984. Awards and Honors 2013 AASA Walter Taylor Award for Design Excellence, Ingraham High School Addition, Designer; 2012 AIA Civic Design Award, Ingraham High School Addition, Designer; October 2010 AIA Project of the Month, Rachel Carson Elementary School, Lead Designer; 2007 CEFPI Design Concept Award, Rachel Carson Elementary School, Lead Designer; 1996 National Honor Award, Navy and Marine Reserve Center, Lead Designer; 1987 AIA Honor Award, Washington Natural Gas Building, Project Designer; 1987 AIA Merit Award, Tacoma Magnetic Imaging Center, Project Designer; Fulbright Graduate Scholarship, Finland, 1983-1984. Professional Activities Laurelhurst Elementary Playground Design, 2010-2011; Seattle Revit User Group Member, 2008-2012; President of Toastmasters group, 2009 A Toast Odyssey,2009-2010;Ravenna Park Design Committee Member, 2006-2008; Neighborhood Campaign Leader, American Lung Association, 1994-present; Design Studio Instructor, Cornish College of the Arts, 1988-1991; Washington State Representative, Fulbright Alumni Association, 1988-1989; Editor: Reima Pietila; Architecture, Context and Modernism, Quantrill, 1985; Lecturer, University of Tampere, 1984 and University of Washington, 1985. Education Master of Architecture, University of Washington, 1983; BA, Architecture, University of Washington, 1980; Fulbright Scholar, Finland, 1983-84 Contactthomas@architectinside.comCopyright 2002 and 2018, all rights reserved. Architecture Inside Out is a registered trademark.
The office of Architecture Inside Out is an adaptive reuse of an old City Light Substation.
Balanced lighting illuminates white surfaces and birch panels above radiant porcelain tiles.
A natural ventilation loop circulates air between floors to help heat and cool the spaces.
New residential addition rises 3-stories above AIO office
Ravenna Residence Interior: bedrooms, living room and open stairway
The Wolf Residence bathroom opens up to their master bedroom and unobstructed views of Puget Sound
Waterfront house design captures client's vision
Post-war rambler transformed into a modern home
Interior spaces are organized around a central two-story atrium
Complete remodel of period Queen Anne Hill home
Craftsman style kitchen remodel
Space efficient ADU utilizes salvaged aerospace materials for wall panels, cabinets and furnishings.
Other sustainable features include MDF flooring with recycled content and local wood products.
A light wall features aluminum faced wood panels with lights that dim or flash in a random pattern.
Modern house, sculptural forms filled with daylight
Deck added to 70's house with marine view
Retail and restaurant design
Complete remodel of an old Safeway store
^ Aoki Japanese Restaurant on Capitol Hill, Seattle <Kiku Sushi Restaurant in Bellevue, Washington <Uwajimaya supermarket storefront improvements
School design and campus planning
Rachel Carson Elementary School in Sammamish, Washington* The Library Media Center is naturally ventilated with operable windows and ceiling fans>
Spectrum light wall with kid's height views of green roof and Commons
Commons area for assembly and dining
High performance green systems; radiant floors with ground source heat pump, green roof and natural ventilation throughout
Shared instructional area in the orange learning community
Classrooms have north facing windows or solar shades for daylighting to eliminate glare and excessive heat gain
This Muckleshoot K-12 Tribal School* competition entry was formed around a circular gathering space along the cultural axis with respect to tribal stories, salmon, directions and distant views
WSU Glenn Terrell Friendship Mall Competition
ECC Library and Student Center Competition
Commercial office, medical and industrial buildings
Puget Sound Energy Office Building, Tacoma, WA
Tacoma Magnetic Imaging Center, Tacoma, WA
University Square Medical Office Building, University Place, WA
Boeing Atrium and sky bridges, Seattle, WA
Sugyo Seafood Processing Plant entry elevation and offices, Anacortes, WA
Public works projects
Marine Reserve entry and reception area
Navy Reserve building entry, Marine building beyond
Vehicle maintenance shops
Navy and Marines Reserve Training Center, Fort Lewis, WA*