About N25

N25 was founded in 2000 by Norman Blandon.

Our focus at N25 Architecture Company is Service, service to the client and to the community. In our public sector projects the ultimate goal is to provide a project of which the community and neighborhood can be proud. Within that process we have established excellent relationships with clients and public officials. Proof of that is the continuing social and professional relationship with our previous (and future) clients. We also have established good relationships with contractors involved. We understand that problems will appear in every single project we undertake; the key to a successful project is resolving those problems with contractor, owners, building officials and/or any other entity that might be involved.

In N25’s relatively short existence, since 2000, we have realized that goal. We are proud of our ongoing contact with most of our clients. And we rely on that client satisfaction for our business. Repeat clients and their referrals are the majority of our projects.

Norman Blandon, R. A.


Master of Architecture

The Ohio State University, 1995

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

The Ohio State University, 1993


  • Spillis Candela DMJM
    Project Architect

    June 1998- Aug 2002
    Design Development, Construction Documents for Okaloosa County Convention Center and Sandy Lane Hotel.

  • Studio Architects
    Job Captain

    Sep. 1997-June 1998
    Construction Documents for various residential projects.

  • Behar Font & Partners
    Job Captain

    Aug. 1996-Sep. 1997
    Construction Documents for various commercial build-out projects.

  • Phillip Markwood Architects

    Oct. 1995-May 1996
    Schematic Design and Construction Documents for various residential and church renovation.

  • Ted Hoffman, Jr., Architects

    Sep.1986–June. 1990
    Schematic Design and Construction Documents for various residential projects.

Teaching Experience

Florida International University
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Graduate Thesis Advisor

Aug. 2000-May 2002
Instructor for Design 5 and Design 6 Studios and Advised Graduate Student on Thesis Project.