Principal, AIA, LEED A.P., NCARB
Winston has over 20 years of experience specializing in the renovation and adaptation of existing buildings and campuses for the firm’s affordable housing and service organization clients. He is a recognized leader in the architectural business community, a current board member at AIA California and a past president of AIA East Bay.
Project Manager, LEED A.P.,
Passive House Certified Designer
Aradhana is a LEED and Passive House Certified Designer and Licensed Architect with a passion for sustainable design and significant experience in both design, construction management and project management. She loves cooking, running and raising her twin boys and golden retriever!
Founder / Principal Emerita
Anne has over thirty years of experience in the design and construction fields. She was a building contractor for 10 years previous to entering the architecture profession. Her background as a builder has proved to be a valuable base of knowledge for all aspects of the firm's work.
Miry is a licensed architect and graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology. With a passion for
providing equal opportunities for growing neighborhoods, her goal is to highlight local culture and invoke a feeling of community through the built environment. She is a versatile team-player with management experience including new construction, renovation, and historical preservation work.
Tomoko is in charge of organizing and stream-lining the project drawings and associated data. She manages our staff of drafters and junior designers.
Avie’s interest in Architecture originates in the desire to create spaces that uplift the lives of those who live in or use spaces. This beginning led them to community organizing work, especially focused on housing and environmental justice reform. They hope to take steps toward positive progressive change and look to bring that change into the built environment we all inhabit.
Ebbi is a recent graduate of Smith College and is currently completing their Masters of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. They believe that architecture can play a vital role in promoting sustainable practices and ensuring access to safe, secure, and equitable housing. They hope to approach design from an inclusive viewpoint that considers different disciplines and lived experiences.