Studio Kamppari provides design consulting and architectural services for new construction and renovations. Our residential experience spans the range from log cabins to family estates. Studio Kamppari was founded in Oxford in 2013, and is currently based in Seattle.
Sini is an architect. Originally from Finland, she has also lived in the US, England, and China. Her multinational background provides inspiration for her work. She loves to create unexpected and beautiful spaces.
Sini's professional experience was cultivated at Olson Kundig, Miller Hull, and Cary Bernstein Architects. She has worked on residential, academic, commercial, and government projects in the US, Europe, and Asia.
Sini has a Bachelor's degree in architecture from MIT and a Master of Architecture degree from Yale.
Lead designer and project manager for 600 square foot vacation residence located on a remote site. Provided client with full design services: programming, site planning, building design, interior design, and construction administration. Developed a scheme that combines traditional forms and materials with contemporary systems and details to create a new twist on the log cabin.
Respace Competition, Wake County, NC
Winner of Honorable Mention for Exceptional Prototype Solution. Competition entry for a 600 square foot community gathering space featuring a panel and roof truss system using reclaimed building materials.
Remotely coordinate plans, collaborate with engineering consultants, manage construction contract administration, and develop high performance exterior details for several projects, including a 35,000 square foot dormitory project in Massachusetts, a 16,000 square foot private residence in Colorado, and a private residence currently under design development in London, England.
Project architect responsible for interior detailing of 5,500 square foot vacation residence located on a 300 acre estate. Large, operable wall panels allow for direct connection to the outdoors. Dramatic cantilevering of the main floor enables the site to flow beneath the building. Materials palette includes raw metal exterior paneling with rich wood, stone and metal interiors.
Project architect engaged with project development ranging from campus master planning to the design and construction of three new academic buildings. Created design solutions that strengthened the campus fabric while providing individual character to the three new buildings. This $10 Million dollar project totalled 29,000 square feet.
Intern project team member for 3,000 square foot residence located in the archipelago northwest of Seattle. Nestled into the site, the house blurs the boundaries between the inside and outside.
Core team member of multi-phase 40 acre border crossing with a budget approaching $350 Million dollars. Project Architect of 99,000 square foot pedestrian building.
Team member for 110,000 square foot science building that features light filled public spaces and 50-person tiered lecture halls.
Researched the social, technological, economic, environmental, and political impacts of water related issues. Created a graphic template that was used as the basis of design for the first edition of the Drivers of Change card set.
Yale University, Master of Architecture, 2004-07
Feldman Prize Nominee
Frederick T. Ahlson Scholar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 1998-2002
Outstanding Undergraduate Prize for Academic Excellence 4.9/5.0 GPA
Media Lab Research Intern
Computer Science Lab Research Intern
Aalto University (Helsinki University of Technology), Study Abroad 2001
International Architecture Program
Washington State Architecture Board License
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certification
American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2012-2015
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED AP)