mayer sattler-smith has developed an approach
that is responsive to the specific conditions of the
alaskan climate, culture and building technology,
creating uniquely sensitive places for human
all projects are a result of collaboration between
the principal partners and the respective clients,
including varied stakeholders and users.
among our recognized work are the house for a
musher, ravenwood veterinary clinic, core pilates, ideal house,
international gallery for contemporary art, solcab and
urban memory forest.
the firms‘ work has been published in several
international books as well as magazines and newspapers
including wallpaper*, dwell, architectural record, azure magazine,
western interiors and design, on site review, art
matters, the globe and mail, the anchorage daily
news and anchorage press.