eggmanink design has existed in some form or fashion since the mid 90's. Initially it was the umbrella to put side projects under while working at professional architecture firms. It has covered photography and art projects, gig flyers for friends' bands and other graphic design musings, custom fabrications and small scale architectural work.
In 2016, eggmanink design became a full service architecture and design firm (with the occasional custom fabrication project thrown in for fun) and continues to provide clients with innovative design solutions and a positive customer experience.
Scott Voelker has been practicing architecture since 1999 (well, 1996 if you count the experience working in architecture firms during school). After graduating from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor in Architecture in 1999, Scott moved to Seattle, WA to begin his professional career. After 9 years in the Pacific Northwest working on a variety of large scale projects from mid-rise buildings in downtown Seattle to schools across Washington State, he moved back to his home state of Kansas to work on design/build residential projects.
It was here that Scott designed and built the project at 532 Walnut for himself. The house was an experiment in using off-the-shelf items in interesting ways and tool for learning how to actually build a house, opposed to just drawing them.
In 2010, Scott moved to Easton, PA and has been active in the local community by serving on the Easton Historic District Commission and Safe Harbor of Easton Board of Directors. In 2016, Scott established eggmanink design in Easton as a full service architectural design firm and still takes on the occasional custom fabrication project.