We at Spokane House Plans just love the Inland Northwest. We work, play and raise our children here. We enjoy local nature, our four seasons, our culture and our NW architecture – urban or suburbs, lodge, craftsman, or with touch of industrial, modern or traditional, acreage living or lakefront, green and sustainable natural materials – wood, timbers, stone.
We love helping people and would love to help you to design your home, whether it’s a family house, lake cabin, empty nester, or anything else. Our prices are reasonable, turn-around time is fast, and dedication is coming from the heart.
Our Team / Meet
Stephanie Kuhlmann – Cad Drafter / Designer
I have lived in and around the Spokane area since 1975. I love living here in the Pacific Northwest. When I graduated from high school, I took a few college classes but wasn’t sure what direction I wanted to go. When I was 26, I designed and helped built my home in Loon Lake, Washington. From then on, I was hooked on creating and drawing home designs, either by hand or on the computer. In 1998 I received my Architectural Technologies degree at Spokane Community college and I’ve been drafting and designing ever since. I have a wonderful son and a beautiful daughter-in-law, they have blessed me with two smart, handsome, funny, and loving grandkids. My Mom has been my best friend for most of my adult life, my Dad left this earth in 2008, and I miss him daily. My family is the most precious part of my life.
Mason Guerdette – Cad Drafter/Designer
Since I was young I’ve always had my eyes on computers and design. Like many kids I had a love for Legos, magnets, build kits and creative video games. My first job was graphic design and logos for local companies. In high school I took a focus on engineering, and architecture which shifted to general computer science. Out of high school I worked on the field from doing building sheds in Idaho to working on my parents dream home. What I’ve done all this time for fun, I now get to do for a living.
Travis LeBaron – Lead Designer
From a young age, I grew a fascination for designing homes; from Legos to virtual video games. After completing my first architecture design course in high school, I began to explore this new found passion. This led me to pursue an architecture degree from Washington State University. Through my travels, I have enjoyed exploring and studying the way architecture responds in different environments and how design creates feelings and emotions in the human mind.