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January 12, 2022

Neiman Taber Architects

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The Seattle architecture firm Neiman Taber Architects (NTA) is funded Liz Pisciotta Partner and Anton Dekom to senior associate. In addition, several design staff have been promoted to associates: Sari Ellis, Kyle Francis, Kyle Jenkins, Sharon Rubin and Patrick Taylor.

Pisciotta has worked with NTA for nine years and has been involved in interior design, corporate culture and project management. She is currently working on the Littlefield Apartments side project and recently designed the interiors and branding of the Freya and Karsti apartments. Dekom has experience with a wide variety of project types including apartment buildings, commercial offices and sustainable infrastructure. He also co-led efforts to design and build the Mighty House, a prototype transitional shelter for people affected by homelessness.

Ellis has experience in restaurant design, educational renovation, and apartment buildings. She is currently a project architect and Dekom is the project manager for a new mixed-use development in the International District and the Washington Irving Apartments Annex. Francis has experience in upscale single family home construction and in the commercial sector. He is currently the project architect on a new transit-oriented project near Cal Anderson Park. Jenkins specializes in design culture at NTA and also organizes training courses. He is currently the project manager for a 191-unit mixed-use facility near Othello train station. Rubin has led the community’s efforts to combat homelessness and also leads website development at NTA. Taylor’s expertise lies in local land use and advocacy for residential construction. Rubin is currently a project architect and Taylor is a project manager in a 271-unit mixed area near Othello train station.


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