Lina Gustafsson Moberg
A licensed architect in Sweden, Lina thrives on client collaboration, inviting clients into the design process from initial sketching to layout exploration, material selection, and through construction. Inspired by the dark winters and long summers days of both the Pacific Northwest and her native Sweden, Lina designs to capture the nuances of daylight to create warm and cozy spaces with a contemporary Nordic twist. She looks to the local community to find context for projects by exploring the surrounding built and natural environments to inform and enlighten.
Lina holds a Master of Architecture from Lund University and the Technical University of Berlin. Though a passionate single-family residential designer, Lina’s project experiences have ranged widely over her more than 10 years in the industry, including adaptive reuse, multifamily residential, and hospitality. Lina’s work has been awarded for its use of materials and sustainable solutions, and recognized by ArchDaily, Dezeen, BBC, and Wired.
An avid runner, Lina volunteers with local trail racing organizations. She has also worked with The BLOCK Project, building homes for people experiencing homelessness in Seattle’s residential backyards. Lina’s ideal weekend starts with good food and wine on Friday, followed by an alpine start on Saturday to catch the sunrise (or go skiing if it’s winter). She prefers her coffee pour-over (no cream, no sugar) and somewhere out on a trail, maybe with her cat, who likes to join Lina and her husband camping.