Corrie Rosen

Corrie Rosen



“In order to enhance the public’s appreciation of architecture, I’ve made social outreach an integral part of my practice. I consider the built environment a laboratory – an opportunity to create stimulating new ways of learning and to empower students to effect positive change.”

Corrie works closely with school clients to better understand the technical and organizational issues affecting education and the needs of 21st Century learners. Her expertise in educational facilities design and technical strategies has been honed over 22 years of practice, and she brings keen sensitivity and commitment to enhancing the public’s understanding of the importance of architecture.

Though Corrie has worked on a variety of award-winning projects, some of the most notable include Nathan Hale High School Modernization in Seattle, Arlington Elementary School in Tacoma, which received the 2019 AIA Institute Honor Award for Architecture, and Madrona School in Edmonds, winner of A4LE’s LESolutions Planning & Design Award for New Learning Environment in 2020.

Corrie has a Bachelor of Arts in Design of the Environment from University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University. She is a registered architect in Washington and is a LEED Accredited Professional.