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Jim Brown, John Chau, Dean G. Clark, Chris Eseman, Adam Hunter, Michael Kugelberg, George Henry Loschky, Judsen Robert Marquardt, Damien McBride, Samuel Miller, Sherill Myers, John Frank Nesholm, Walter Niehoff, Wendy Pautz, Mark Reddington, Claire Shigekawa Rennhack, Timothy Rice, David Schneider, Justin Schwartzhoff, George Shaw, Robert Smith, Stephen Van Dyck, David Van Galen, Rafael Viñoly-Menendez, Robert Widmeyer, Robert Zimmer

Active 1979 - present

Firm Notes

The architects Loschky, Marquardt and Nesholm (LMN) all worked for the Seattle architectural firm of NBBJ. They split off to form their own Seattle-based partnership in 1979. In 2001, the firm had its main headquarters at 801 2nd Avenue, Suite #501, Seattle, WA 98104. In 2005, LMN Partners included: John Nesholm, Chris Eseman, Walt Niehoff, Mark Reddington, Rob Widmeyer, and George Shaw; in 2008, LMN Partners consisted of: John Nesholm, Chris Eseman, Walt Niehoff, Mark Reddington, Rob Widmeyer, Wendy Pautz and George Shaw.

In 2015, the partners had become: George Shaw, John Chau, Mark Reddington, Rafael Viñoly-Menendez, Rob Widmeyer, Sam Miller, Stephen Van Dyck, Walt Niehoff and Wendy Pautz. Two years later, in 10/2017, the partners consisted of Shaw, Chau, Reddington, Viñoly-Menendez, Miller, Van Dyck, Niehoff and Pautz.

PCAD id: 1127

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