Jeff Warner traces his passion for architecture back to helping his grandfather build houses and spending endless hours creating Lego masterpieces as a kid. He has a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University and is LEED BD+C certified. A Principal at ALSC, he enjoys working with talented co-workers and creating architecture that inspires and delights our clients.
Born and raised in Spokane, Jeff is committed to helping improve the quality of life in his community. He is a Board Member of Cup of Cool Water, a Spokane ministry for homeless teens. Jeff has also volunteered with multiple civic and professional groups over the years.
Outside the office, you’ll find Jeff enjoying weird music, a glass of good wine and exploring the great outdoors on a mountain bike, skis or in a kayak. He loves spending time at Priest Lake, where he and his wife are renovating a historic cabin.
The use of natural light and sculptural forms of Notre Dame du Ronchamp by Le Corbusier make it one of Jeff’s favorite buildings. If he could travel anywhere, Jeff would hop on a flight to Norway and experience the breathtaking fjords dotting the coastline- just as he did on a family vacation years ago.