Greg Robinson, AIA LEED AP has been designing custom homes and timber structures for Cascade Joinery since 1996. During this time he has worked with over 170 clients in 11 western states including Alaska, Hawaii, and British Columbia. Greg has always had a passion for timeless wooden architecture. Prior to joining the Cascade Joinery team he worked as an architect preserving and rehabilitating historic structures for the National Park Service in Mount Rainier, Rocky Mountain, and Grand Canyon National Parks. During graduate school at The University of Washington he received a scholarship to study historic wooden structures in Norway.
Since 1996 Greg’s work at Cascade Joinery has received 5 Northwest Chapter AIA design awards and appeared in numerous publications including The Cabin Book, 2004 Universe Publishing and The Face of Home, 2006 Taunton Press. He is licensed in Washington and Hawaii and maintains memberships in the American Institute of Architects, AIA, The United States Green Building Council, USGBC, and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional, LEED AP.
Cascade Joinery’s clients come from all walks of life. Their projects range in size from 500 square foot cabins to large luxury homes. They have designed additions, remodels, picnic tables and tool sheds, and they are proud of the diversity of their clients and their projects. Nothing is too big or small – good design applies to all.