Timothy Buckley, AIA, LEED AP

Principal

Greenstone Architecture, PLLC

Greenstone Architecture, pllc

Timothy Buckley, AIA LEED BD+C

Principal

About Us

Timothy Buckley is the principal and founder of Greenstone Architecture, PLLC. He is an NCARB Certified Architect Licensed in Washington State and Oregon, and is additionally a LEED Accredited Professional with Building Design and Construction Specialty Endorsement. He is a graduate of Washington State University (graduating Cum Laude) with a Bachelor of Architecture, and Bachelor of Science in Architecture. He is also a graduate of Leadership Clark County.

 

Timothy worked for over twelve years with one of Southwest Washington’s largest architectural firms, ultimately as an Associate Architect. He left to pursue his dream of  founding Greenstone Architecture.

 

Recognized as an expert in green building, Timothy is known for his creativity and passionate focus on environmentally and fiscally responsible design. His clients also attest to his attentiveness, sensitivity, and enthusiasm. 

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Timothy has been a guest presenter at Washington State University and Clark College and the SW WA chapter of the ICC on both the architectural process and sustainable design, and has acted as moderator for several sustainability forums.  

 

Timothy is also dedicated to professional and civic service. A graduate of Leadership Clark County, He a past-president for the State of Washington American Institute of Architects (AIA) Washington Council, and he has also been recognized for years of service on the Washington Council as a Political representative, and as Past-President of the Vancouver Washington AIA Component. He also serves on the AIA Sustainable Design Resource Group

 

He is a Southwest Washington Red Cross Board member, and also is an active Vancouver Rotary Club member. Other past activities include acting as the Chair serving the City of Vancouver Design Review Committee.

 

He can sometimes be found hunched over a chess board, hitting a golf ball, or gently releasing a trout caught while casting one of his hand-tied a barbless flies in one of our Regions many beautiful streams.

 

 

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