Get to know about us
Toying between Arctic Explorer or Architect, Mike started designing houses when he was 6 years old. His skills have improved, but his passion is the same. With a family of his own, and a dog on the way, he understands how life evolves and changes, and knows that homes need to reflect this.
Mike still sees himself as an explorer. His job satisfaction comes from helping families discover how they use the space around them, both inside and out.
A New Jersey architect, Mike is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is also certified with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. He is a licensed and registered architect in the states of New York and New Jersey.
Mike has 25 years of experience and has worked on hundreds of successful architecture projects of all types. He has designed ground-up homes, home additions, home renovations, retail space makeovers, restaurants and day care centers, and a wide variety of other projects.
Sweebe Architecture works across Northern New Jersey.
Our vision is to make life more joyful through thoughtful and meaningful design.
We work hard on achieving this vision by making sure we always live our company values:
We will always seek to explore what lies at the heart of each family we work with. Natural curiosity unearths great discoveries.
Thoughtful insights and guidance sit at the heart of our business.
We will always be genuine in how we act, advise, design, and fulfill our promises. We let truth guide us, reflecting with clients on how they live and work.
Our goal is to give each of our homes purpose and meaning, instilling life and vibrancy long after we have left.
We believe that every family has its own rhythm. And that a family pulse should be cherished.
We believe in stories. In unearthing plots, expanding horizons. In new beginnings based on familiar pathways.
We believe in curiosity. In digging, delving, discovering. And above all, listening.
We believe in partnership. In seeking opinions and connections. That ideas are a two-way street.
We believe that life is big, but living is small. We kneel to the Power of the Kitchen Table. We rejoice in basement hangs, messy toddler baking and bedroom gymnastics.
We believe in real living. In hide and seek in the pantry, in craving comfy couches, in quietly hoping for de-creaked stairs and window seats with a view.
We measure homes in feet, inches and feelings. We believe that families need space, not to be separate but to enjoy each other.
We believe that families define houses. Not the other way round.