Partner & Vice President
Having been a leader in multiple firms over his 25-plus year career in architecture and urban design, Scott Glazebrook delivers seasoned leadership and broad and detailed experience to Tiscareno Associates. Scott has worked on numerous project types including master planning, civic and arts facilities, health care facilities, offices, hospitality, and commercial tenant improvements; but, his deepest expertise lies in creating highly livable multifamily communities (condominiums, apartments, affordable housing), from concept through completion with an emphasis on sustainable practices.
Most recently Scott served as conceptual design lead, project manager, and partner in charge for the under-construction Redmond Grand and Redmond Central, a combined a 600+ home high-visibility downtown transit-oriented mixed-use development whose large size and urban context required nimble problem-solving. He has also served as the conceptual design lead and project manager for the completed Modera Redmond, an urban 300 home multifamily development; and as partner in charge for several other large projects including: the affordable housing project Solera, The Spark, The Line; and the recently-started Modera Bel-Red. These projects highlight Scott’s ingenuity in both the aesthetics of design and the complexities of aligning multiple different voices to deliver client goals.
Scott has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and received his Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences with emphases in Urban Geography, City Planning, and Environmental Design from San Diego State University. He is a licensed architect in Washington and California, a member of the AIA, is NCARB certified, LEED AP®, and is a steering committee member of the Urban Design and Mixed-Use Committee of ULI Northwest. Scott has recently had two articles published in The Registry relating to multifamily housing.