Caron Architecture, LLC is a full service multi-disciplinary firm with extensive commercial, mixed-use, and multifamily experience. We have the resources and a team of highly qualified designers that are able to provide services for new construction, shell and core alterations, and refurbishments. Caron provides a full range of architectural services from initial feasibility studies for potential developments to construction administration through project closeout.
Caron was established in Seattle in the summer of 2002 to provide architectural and design services. Combining a European background and education with a deep interest in the culture and design philosophy of Asia, we are uniquely qualified to provide innovative design solutions for local urban markets and multicultural clientele of the Pacific Northwest. The regional and international experience of our staff is reflected in the cultural and aesthetic sensitivity of our designs.
In 2005, Caron established a subsidiary California office to provide contemporary and modern architectural design services for California clients. Our diverse staff has extensive experience in consulting clients with feasibility studies, code compliance, coastal regulations, construction management and market research.
Collaboration between offices allow Caron to provide quality, dependable, and specialized design services to a wide variety of clientele. With office locations in Seattle, Washington and San Luis Obispo, California, and licenses to practice in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii, we proudly sustain a wide-reaching firm focused on commercial, mix-use, multifamily, interiors, hospitality, and residential projects.
Caron [cahron] is a typographical term for an accent mark specific to the Czech language (hacek). As with the language, where an accent changes a letter to acquire new meaning, sound and unique character, we strive in our work to add accent to every project, small or large to elevate it from a basic, practical solution to a new level of meaning and character.