Rhodes Architecture + Light is an award-winning Architect specializing in residential design, planning, and lighting in Seattle, Washington. Rhodes Architecture + Light approaches each project as unique. We believe in simple solutions based on individual dreams, honest materials, and the orientation, colors, and textures of the site. We seek to produce building and lighting designs that function smoothly and surprise, encouraging thought and discussion about the structures around us. We work with our clients to explore their personal architectural needs and desires. We believe that architecture should accommodate the people who use it. Our work is current yet incorporates traditional elements and materials, responding to our client's wishes, the climate, and the environment. We seek to create warm, comfortable spaces that embody a sense of home.

Service Provided
Architectural Design, Management, Planning, Project Management, Residential Design and Consulting.

Area Served
Pacific Northwest

Certification and Awards
Seattle Time/American Institute of Architecture Home of the Year Award, Cited and published five times by the Seattle Times for Residential Design, Three Master Builders Association Awards, Multiple Projects Published inNational and Regional Journals.
Seattle Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2014 Winner
Contact: Tim James Rhodes
4218 SW Alaska Street, Suite G
Seattle, WA 98116
License Number: WA 6671
Typical Job Costs: $350,000.00 - $1.75 million
Rhodes Architecture + Light takes pride in creating beautiful and well built structures at reasonable costs per square foot.
Commented: Nice work. What type of windows are those? Eagle? Thanks Hi djkiwi: The windows used on the Eight West Residence were clear anodized aluminum (thermally broken, insulated) manufactured by Milgard in Washington State. TJR
September 15, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Walk way to house & drive way Thank you! The Magnolia Gardens Residence used a stained concrete drive (darkened with lamp black added to the concrete mix) and a Mutual Materials (Bellevue, Washington) precast architectural paver for...
September 15, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What is the counter material Hi Laura, Forgive the delay....busy times. The counters are plain, site-poured concrete.
July 28, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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