The Architect’s Guide to NKBA Membership

Join Mark in this episode as he interviews Andrew Mikhael, an architect with over 20 years of experience, who shares his journey from discovering his passion for architecture to starting his own practice.

Andrew emphasizes the transformative power of architecture, aiming to imbue everyday activities with wonder and ease, creating what he terms the “Luxury of the Senses.” As President Elect of the National Kitchen and Bath Association Olympic and West Sound Chapter, Andrew highlights the benefits of NKBA membership for architects and stresses the importance of defining a vision for the future.

With a Master’s of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Andrew is a licensed architect registered in multiple states and an active member of the design community. His work has been featured in prestigious publications and exhibitions, reflecting his passion for bi-coastal projects in NYC and the greater Seattle region.

Beyond architecture, Andrew’s interests include cooking, chess, cello, meditation, and gardening in the Pacific Northwest. Tune in to gain insights into Andrew’s journey and his vision for the future of architecture.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, The Architect’s Guide to NKBA Membership with Andrew Mikhael.

Connect with Andrew online at Andrew Mikhael Architect, learn more about the NKBA, and find him on LinkedIn.

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