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Ankit Mandawewala

Architectural Designer

Bachelor of Architecture, KRVIA

Master of Interior Design, RISD

With the earned expertise and physical model making skills, Ankit has a keen interest in finding ways to fix or reuse old spaces and uses multiple visual methods to express his ideas.

Tavjot Singh

Architectural Designer, Revit Technician

Bachelor in Architecture, Chitkara University

With certification in Autodesk Revit and proficiency in design communication, Tavjot is an integral member of the arkitek team

Jane Alexanderr

Landscape Designer, Site Planner

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, UMASS Amherst

Jane earned her degree in landscape architecture with a special interest in environmental revitalization. Skilled in both large-scale and small-scale design-build projects she draws inspiration from the community and native ecology.

David Weir

Project Manager, Tectonics

SF CCA Architecture

A specialist in digital fabrication and engineering design/shop-drawing coordination. David’s responsibilities consist of construction administration, local and regional site inspection.

Peter Su

Project Manager, AIA Associate

Bachelor of Arts, Architecture, UC Berkely

Specializing in educational architecture, Peter brings consistency and reliability to managing BIM working environments and delivery of successful contract documents.

Liz Gilbert

Interior Designer, ASID, NCIDQ

IADT Tampa

A creative and detail-oriented interior designer, well versed in local building codes, design standards and best management practices. 

Christopher Brown

Principal Architect, Site Planner

Bachelor of Architecture, Cal Poly, SLO

Jane earned her degree in landscape architecture with special interest in environmental revitalization. Skilled in both large-scale and small-scale design-build projects she drawa inspiration from the community and native ecology.

Christopher Brown

AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, LEED HOMES

Principal Architect

Bachelor of Architecture, Cal Poly, SLO

A focus on sustainable solution in the built environment motivates the investigation and questioning of the architectural fabric. Communication skills and broad experience with varying social, economic and ethnic backgrounds allow for the translation and implementation of successful design solutions.

AWARDS AND HONORS

2020    Architecture, Construction & Design Awards (Institutional) | Craterworks MakerSpace

2017     AIA Emerging Professionals Exhibit Washington DC | SOU Thalden Pavilion

2017     AIA People's Choice Award ( Best Residential) | 520 Granite

2015     AIA People's Choice Award (Mixed-use/Commercial) | 426 A Street

2012     Ashland Historical Compatibility Award (Best New Commercial Structure) | 426 A Street