Camilla Cok AIA, LFA


“I have a passion for creating solutions that evoke beauty though simplicity. I try to simplify materials and clarify details to create cohesive, beautiful solutions that go beyond owner expectations.”

Camilla has more than a decade of experience designing civic, academic, and commercial projects. Passionate about sustainable design, she has led the firm’s efforts to continually improve its sustainable design processes. Her recent work includes the design and documentation of several award-winning projects, including Cascades Academy of Central Oregon and Multnomah County Rural Fire Protection District 10 Fire Station 76. She was the project architect for stations with Clackamas County Fire District #1, which won a national fire station design award. Camilla received a master’s in architecture and bachelor’s in environmental design from Montana State University and serves as a member of the City of Gresham Design Commission.

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American Institute of Architects

Living Future Accreditation, International Living Future Institute

U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional

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