David Neiman founded the practice in 2000, specializing in single family and multi-family housing uniquely adapted to the Northwest climate. David’s work is characterized by a particular focus on the design of homes that are authentic to their time and place and configured to help build community among residents.
He is an active participant in development of public policy that governs neighborhood scale land use and zoning. He advocates for flexible land use policy that incentivizes innovation, quality design, and configuration that meets the needs of all citizens.
Before establishing his own practice in 2000, David worked at the Seattle office of NBBJ, specializing in large-scale public projects such as Safeco Field and the University of Washington Bothell Campus.