Partners

Kevin Sauser, AIA, NCARB

Principal, Co-Owner

Prior to joining C2K, Kevin was the managing principal at Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects, in 2007 the third-largest housing architecture firm in the world. In his 20 years in the field, he has worked in many jurisdictions along the West Coast and cultivated expertise with a broad array of new construction and renovation projects. Among these is housing of all types—licensed senior housing, high-rises, mixed-use developments, office buildings, tenant improvements, resorts and hotels, performing arts theaters, churches, restaurants, summer camps, and more. His clients routinely praise him for his conscientious attention to detail and follow through.

Kevin holds a bachelor of architecture and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Oregon. He is licensed to practice in California, Oregon, North Dakota, and Florida. Away from the office, Kevin enjoys time with his wife and three boys at their home in Battle Ground, Washington, and enjoys getting outside to ride dirt bikes and whitewater kayak. An avid artist, his paintings and drawings were recently showcased in a two-month, solo exhibit at the Center for Architecture in Portland.

John Wright, AIA, NCARB

Principal, Co-Owner

John has worked in architecture for 25 years and still finds fresh inspiration in the dynamic and collaborative nature of the field. He has designed for a diverse range of sites, programs, and building types. His project experience—in a variety of cities and states—includes theaters, medical facilities, and mixed-use buildings, as well as retail, office, and multi-family residential developments.  For John, architecture is at its best when a talented and diverse project team works together to balance function, environmental attributes, contextual response, and aesthetics.

A registered architect in Oregon, Nevada, and Hawaii, John holds a bachelor of architecture from the University of Oregon. When not at C2K, he enjoys bicycling, skiing, snowboarding, camping, and coaching youth sports.