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Mithun Ranks No. 12 in 2018 Architect 50

2018 marks the fifth year that Architect Magazine has placed Mithun among the top design firms in the nation.

Posted: 11.09.2018


We celebrated our Los Angeles expansion with new Design for Positive Change t-shirts and morning treats firmwide. A giant welcome to our new team members in the Mithun | Hodgetts + Fung office!

Posted: 01.16.2019


We are thrilled to share that Mithun has merged with the nationally acclaimed design firm Hodgetts + Fung, establishing our third integrated design studio on the West Coast. Click the link in bio for the full announcement, and stay tuned for more info about our new colleagues and growing Los Angeles practice. http://mithun.com/hodgettsfung/ (clickable link in bio) Photo: Shabdro Photo

Posted: 01.14.2019


Seattle and San Francisco-based Mithun and Hodgetts + Fung of Los Angeles Merge to Expand National Integrated Design Firm

The merger strengthens our collective practice, increasing expertise and capacity for large-scale projects throughout the West Coast.



What a year! We’re sending out 2018 with festive cheer from our recent holiday party. Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year!

Posted: 12.31.2018


Sharing a peek into the creative work of our 2018 J. Don Bowman Scholarship recipients. Named in honor of an esteemed designer and leader at Mithun, this annual award supports selected team members’ artistic explorations, an unrestricted opportunity that often incorporates learning a new art/craft or working on an independent creative project. This year’s highlights include wood carving (Emily Hagen), culinary adventures (Nathaniel Smith), botanical textile dyes (Alexa Villanueva), poetry of place (Chip Hammer) and ink drawings (Charlie Able).

Posted: 12.28.2018


A thoughtful renovation within an existing building, the UW Children’s Center at Portage Bay is designed as a sustainable, connected and playful environment for infants and children up to age five. Child-sized windows connect rooms at their level, inviting children to explore and build relationships across age groups and learning spaces. Newly landscaped outdoor areas transform a vacated space between parking garages into a learning community and recreation area. Photos: @k7scott

Posted: 12.26.2018