After graduating from the Yale School of Architecture and beginning her career designing an impressive list of projects for Yale University, Vassar College, and the Seattle Public Library, Amy Driggers-Janof, AIA, found her passion for residential design while working on Bill and Melinda Gates' stunning home under the tutelage of James Cutler. She opened her own practice in 2000, and has steadily built a reputation for elegantly imagined homes designed to inspire and elevate daily living.
Working with a small and dedicated support staff, Amy works with clients as collaborators, not customers, and every project is designed to directly reflect their personalities, aspirations, and dreams. Her work has been featured in Luxe, Architectural Record, and Pacific Northwest Magazine, and has been honored by the American Institute of Architects, the American Library Association, and the American Institute of Steel Construction for excellence in design.
Amy always has great ideas and is an excellent resource for all aspects of design.