SF Business Times, 2007

Unlike a lot of architects just starting out, Kurt Melander began with one big job, rather than a series of smaller ones.  In 1999, after working at a number of large design firms, Melander had just gone out on his own when he landed an interior job for Overlake Residence, a 32,000-square-foot private house in Seattle. The client was Microsoft’s chief technical officer and the project kept him busy for two years.

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