Through the romance of river houseboats, the fast pace of commercial and industrial tenant spaces, the precision of healthcare programming, the luxury of hotel renovations, and the inexpressible comfort of custom homes, Integrate is at core a coming together of ideas between architects and clients. Each design emerges unique; each project is one-of-a-kind. From consult to concrete, the design process is a collaboration requiring effective communication and paying off in authenticity of form. With residential, industrial, hospitality, and healthcare planning and design services, Integrate Architecture & Planning is on the leading edge of contemporary design, providing exceptional client service and custom architectural solutions.
1919 N Kilpatrick St.
Portland, Oregon 97217
In 2016 Integrate renovated a large tenant space in the historic Dupey Building in the Kenton neighborhood. The space had been long neglected, with most of the storefront windows boarded up for decades. This project brought back to life a central corner of the streetscape in Historic Kenton. Integrate is honored to share space in the building with the best neighbors around: Mantel, Posies Cafe, and Blue Ox Tattoo.
Phil Sydnor, NCARB
Integrate has southern seeds out of New Orleans, where Philip earned his Master of Architecture degree from Tulane University School of Architecture and began his professional career before coming to the Pacific Northwest in 2001. Philip worked through a succession of inspiring and educational projects with Richard Brown Architects and Clark Kjos Architects, including New Seasons Market and multiple hospitals in the Northwest, before setting off on his own path. Philip founded Integrate in 2006 and is a registered architect in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. When he’s not in meetings or behind a computer screen, Phil enjoys food carts, hiking, and being outside (rain or shine) with his wife, two kids and two giant poodles.
A native Texan, Michelle arrived in Portland in 2001 after graduating from Tulane University in New Orleans. She has been with Integrate in some capacity since 2006 and brings to the company broad experience in project management, business development, operations, and finance. Michelle is deeply involved in the small-business community in Portland and served as the President of the board of Venture Portland, the city’s economic engine for neighborhood business districts, and on the board of the Kenton Business Association. When she’s not herding cats at Integrate or promoting local business, she can be found driving children around, cooking the latest recipes from the NYT, and traveling with her husband and two kids. She tolerates the giant poodles.