"A great building must begin with the immeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed, and in the end must be unmeasured." —Louis Kahn
Theresa AmuraoAssocaite, Project Manager — San Francisco
From a young age, Theresa was always encouraged to explore her interests and potential. She enjoyed both the freedom of art classes and exactness of math. Architecture allows her to enjoy the creative problem solving that is involved throughout the process to make ideas come to life.
Theresa started her career working in multi-family affordable housing, where she gained valuable knowledge and skills. Her curiosity about architecture has led her to explore many project types and to learn the ways it is integrated into our daily lives. She is endlessly fascinated with how architecture can be a rich and complex intersection of life. Theresa has learned that by engaging logic, creativity, experience, and vision; her career will allow her to design, formulate, and coordinate built elements that exist in the natural world. Those built elements create our environment and the places we gather, work, play, and live.
- B.Arch, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
“I enjoy the process of Architecture, the evolution and the emphasis to detail as a project evolves from concept through completion.”
Fernando CavazosAssociate, Project Manager — San Diego
Even before working as a drafter of small custom homes in the Los Angeles area for a professor while attending the University of California, Fernando loved sketching buildings and sections. He eventually worked his way into a larger Architectural and Engineering firm in San Diego where he gained experience working in an office environment as part of a large production team focusing on large scale medical, commercial, and institutional projects. Familiarized with smaller and mid-sized firms along with hospitality & casino projects, small- & large-scale commercial tenant improvement, and high-end custom homes, Fernando has experience in overseeing production staff, coordinating with consultants & governing agencies, and Construction Administration. Fernando pays great attention to detail and has a growing appreciation for architectural history and design approaches, which is evident in his work.
- B.Arch, University of Southern California