Autor: Cutler Anderson Architects
James Cutler FAIA, founding partner of Cutler Anderson Architects (1977 to present) has been known for his finely detailed buildings and his responsiveness to place, program, and cultural circumstances. The small design studio has received six National Honor Awards from the American Institute of Architects and 50+ national and regional design awards.
Jim was educated at University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree and two Masters of Architecture; the second from the Louis Kahn Masters Studio. He is a registered architect in Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, Wyoming, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Tennessee and North Carolina.
In 2012, Jim was awarded the Medal of Honor by the American Institute of Architects-Seattle Chapter for his vast body of work. He has taught architectural studies for Dartmouth College, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Universities of Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Washington, Oregon, California at Berkeley, and Middlebury College in Vermont.
He has lived on Bainbridge Island, Washington since 1974 and is a founding member of the Bainbridge Island Land Trust, a non-profit organization which acquires interests in land having significant conservation values such as scenic vistas, wetlands, wildlife corridors and protection of animal habitat.
Cutler Anderson Architects is currently designing residential and mixed-use projects throughout the United States plus Poland, and the Czech Republic.
James L. Cutler, FAIA
Cutler Anderson Architects
135 Parfitt Way SW
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Phone (206) 842-4710
Fax (206) 842-4420