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Peter Sydloski-Tesch


Peter’s interest in architecture can be traced back as early as middle school, when he took a drafting class and realized his excitement for creativity and rigorous guidelines. After a suggestion from his teacher to pursue architecture, he knew it was the right path for him. With a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies from the University of Washington, Peter has an uncanny ability to visualize what has yet to exist and to translate his vision clearly to his clients through sketches, diagrams, and computer modeling. Working primarily in higher education, he believes that this sector presents an abundance of opportunities to express his creativity with different building types, varying constraints, and a wide range of objectives. Recently, Peter brought his creativity outside of work and spent two years venturing into the automotive world by resto-modding a 1961 Chevrolet.