2325 NE 19th Avenue, Portland, OR 97212 | 503-335-9040 | info@dmsarchitects.com
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At DMS we have a casual, open approach to architecture - no architects wearing ultra-designer glasses and stuffy black turtlenecks here.
Above are some glasses we won't be wearing when we meet you, but we'll try them on for you, just drag and drop. And don't forget the turtlenecks.
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Dave Spitzer
Dave Spitzer
Principal / Architect
503-307-4644
dave@dmsarchitects.com

Dave has been practicing architecture since graduating from Syracuse University in 1987, working on both coasts and Alaska in the architecture and structural engineering professions. His strengths include distilling complex projects to clear, simple terms, which are expressed in his creation of efficient and functional designs. Dave’s additional experience as a developer, project manager, and residential/commercial rental property owner provides a well-rounded perspective for understanding and addressing client’s needs. He also has extensive knowledge of code issues, permitting processes, and bureau requirements, and has served as a member of the City of Portland’s Board of Appeals. Combined with his easygoing personality, Dave has applied this expertise to make DMS Architects a creative and successful architectural practice.

Michael Korinek
Michael Korinek
Designer / Project Manager
503-504-5305
mike@dmsarchitects.com

Michael graduated in the same 1987 Syracuse architecture class as Dave, complementing his previous degree in Architectural Technology from the State University of New York. Prior to moving to Portland in 1995 to focus on architectural practice, Michael worked in the construction field, including his own design/build business in Colorado. His technical knowledge, attention to detail, and years of hands-on building experience are vital assets he brings to his role as designer and project manager at DMS.