Beebe Skidmore Architects offers vision and leadership for discerning organizations and individuals. We believe challenging parameters lead to design character and unexpected solutions. We aspire to make architecture that is purposeful, articulate, and efficient.



Portland Oregon 2007


Ground-up & Adaptive Re-use

Seismic Upgrade

Addition & Alteration

Renovation & Preservation

Interior Design, Identity Design & Wayfinding 


Conceptual Design & Programming 

Master Planning 

Full Service Architectural Design & Documentation

Construction Administration

Project Management


Heidi Beebe AIA LEED AP NCARB, licensed in Oregon, Idaho

Heidi has a Master of Architecture from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Arts from Williams College. Prior to establishing Beebe Skidmore, Heidi was an architect at Machado Silvetti, Thompson & Rose, and Allied Works Architecture. She has been a project architect with management responsibility for several high profile organizations including Seattle Art Museum, Pacific Northwest College of Art, and Disney Feature Animation.

Heidi’s professional board service includes Multnomah County Library Advisory Board, Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, and Pittock Mansion, which recently completed a $1M roof terrace and waterproofing restoration project.

In academia, Heidi was a professor at the University of Michigan Taubman School of Architecture where she received a $20K Research on the City Grant for Re:Toolkit Detroit, and presented at symposia in Istanbul, Chicago, North Carolina, and Oregon. She has been a studio instructor at University of Oregon, Portland State University, and Boston Architectural College, and a visiting critic at Tulane University, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Pratt Institute, and University of California Berkeley.


Doug Skidmore AIA LEED AP, licensed in Washington

Doug has a Master of Architecture from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. Prior to Beebe Skidmore, Doug was a senior associate architect at Allied Works Architecture, with design responsibility for major projects from concept to realization. He has made significant design and technical contributions to works of architecture nationwide, including ten projects earning AIA awards, and numerous projects published in journals such as Architectural Record, Detail, and Dwell. 

Doug has been a professor of Architecture and Architectural Engineering at Lawrence Technological University, and he has lectured at Rhode Island School of Design and Portland State University on his independent research and teaching.

In pro bono service, Doug recently lead a $200K community project to restore and modernize the Walter Gordon-designed 1968 River House at Cascade Head Ranch on the central Oregon coast.


Nong Vinitchaikul Rath is an architectural, graphic and information designer with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Virginia. Nong has 15 years of experience guiding documentation for complex projects, architectural competitions and professional communications.


Pooja Dalal is an architectural designer with a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Architecture from Kamla Raheja Vidhyanidhi Institute for Architecture at Mumbai University. Pooja has been a university research assistant and instructor, and was recently a junior architectural designer at Kohn Pedersen Fox and LAMAS.