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July 10, 2019
Seattle-based Rolluda Architects hired Tanya Rolluda as an administrative assistant and Joshua Lamb, Karina Djaynurdin and Houri Beheshtifar as project designers. Rolluda has a bachelor's in quantitative economics from the University of Asia and the Pacific and a master's in childhood education from Miriam College. She is assisting with accounting and administrative tasks. Lamb has a bachelor's in architectural studies and a master of architecture from Washington State University and is working on elementary school modular additions and renovations for the Tukwila School District.
Djaynurdin has a bachelor's in architectural engineering from Parahyangan Catholic University in West Java and studied web marketing at Bellevue College. She is working on a remodel of Stephens Whitney residence hall for Central Washington University. Beheshtifar has an associate degree in civil engineering and a bachelor's in architecture from Azad University in Iran and a master's in landscape architecture from the University of Idaho. She is working on projects for Mount Baker School District and the city of Seattle's Haller Lake Vehicle Maintenance Building.