STUDIO ZERBEY

Studio Zerbey is a Seattle-based architecture and interiors firm founded by architects Lauren and Kyle Zerbey. We specialize in custom homes and renovations in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Kyle and Lauren live and work in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, where they’re raising their young family and experimenting with modern small space living concepts in a 1910 home that they are almost (almost!) done remodeling.

Studio Zerbey Team Members

Lauren Zerbey

Lauren Zerbey
Architect

Lauren received her Bachelor of Architecture from Oklahoma State University, graduating magna cum laude and awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal. Before founding Studio Zerbey in 2012, she spent eight years at Johnston Architects working on a variety of projects from remodels and new single-family residences to mixed-use and small public buildings. She is a Licensed Architect, a LEED accredited professional and a Certified Sustainable Building Advisor.

Kyle Zerbey

Kyle Zerbey
Architect

Kyle received his Bachelor of Architecture from Oklahoma State University, graduating cum laude and awarded the AIA Henry Adams award as the second ranking student in his class. (Yes, Lauren beat me!) After working on custom single-family residences for a combined eight years at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and Balance Associates, he joined his wife at Studio Zerbey. He is a Licensed Architect.

Studio Zerbey In The Press

Studio Zerbey in the media

Seattle Magazine
A Ballard Couple Strikes the Perfect Work-life Balance in Their Own Backyard

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Sunset
Smart Ways To Stretch A Kitchen

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Mountain Living
Naturally Modern

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Dwell
Your Rooms We Love

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Sunset
Stretch A Small Bungalow

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Fine Homebuilding
To The Studs and Back

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Seattle's Child
A Family Remodel Creates A Modern Hideaway

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Seattle Times
Right Time, Right Place

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Houzz TV
Seattle Family Almost Doubles Its Space Without Adding On