Jonathan Hartung, AIA, Principal

During his thirty years of architectural practice, Jonathan has led numerous institutional, commercial and residential projects. Through his emphasis on responsive project management, thoughtful design, and clear, concise documentation, Jonathan strives for innovative, technically sound projects that meet design, schedule and budget goals. An avid rower with Green Lake Crew, Jonathan is an effective team-leader and motivator who understands the importance of pulling together towards the same goal. He is a recent fellow of the Northwest Institute for Architecture and Urban Study and is particularly inspired by Carlo Scarpa’s Castelvecchio Museum in Verona. Jonathan is a member of several organiations, including the Association for Preservation Technology, and serves on the WA State Capital Project Review Board, the Associated Recreation Council Board, and the Green Lake Rowing Advisory Council. 

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SHKS Architects finds elegance in necessity, elevating the core principles of each unique site and building project to reflect our clients' aspirations.

Through collaboration, care, craft, and discovery, we reveal architecture's inherent optimism, contributing to our local community and to the global stewardship of natural and built environments.