Based in Seattle, WA, Luke Golesh, AIA is a licensed architect in the states of Washington and Florida. After graduating from Gonzaga University in the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society with a degree in Business Administration, Luke attended the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture where he graduated top of his class with a Master of Architecture and was published in multiple publications of the Acroterion, an annual publication of exemplary student work. The program included four months abroad studying architecturally rich cities throughout Europe.
Luke worked with Krupali Uplekar Krusche in her research of the Roman Forum and other cultural heritage sites. He also interned with Duncan Stroik, an award winning architect of numerous notable churches and author of Sacred Architecture journal; and Thomas Gordon Smith, an internationally acclaimed architect with projects in a wide range of types including museums & monastic complexes.
Upon graduation, Luke worked four years with Scott Merrill, a Driehause prize winner, urbanist, and architect of numerous notable buildings including the internationally acclaimed Seaside Chapel. After moving to Seattle, he gained valuable insight into the workings of large project teams while working with the award winning firm Integrus Architecture in Seattle. Prior to starting his own firm, Luke worked two and a half years with Duncan McRoberts, a classical and gothic architectural expert and alumnus of the Prince of Whales Foundation.
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