As architects, artists, and educators, we draw on our Identity and community to design. Through a collective model, we thrive on collaboration.
/Sameena Sitabkhan|Principal California Registered Architect | NOMA
A first generation Indian American architect who grew up in Los Angeles, Sameena Sitabkhan brings an expertise and emphasis on community based thinking and spatial justice. A competent project architect , she has designed and managed projects spanning a range of public serving building typologies from schools , affordable housing to urban/art installations throughout the Bay Area over the past 15 years. She is also the assistant director of the undergraduate architecture program at the Academy of Art in San Francisco.
Tammy is a first generation Chinese American designer from the SF Bay Area. She has designed and managed a wide range of built work including high end hospitality, retail and single family residences. She has worked on all aspects of residential and retail work including interior renovations to ground up construction. For over 14 years Tammy worked on international projects as a principal at Kupa Studios in Beijing, China.
Born in Tel Aviv, he grew up in Switzerland before moving permanently to the United States in 1987. He is a full-time faculty member and the Emerging Technologies Coordinator at the Academy of Art University School of Architecture in San Francisco, CA, where he coordinates the B.Arch digital curriculum and teaches a design studio focused on homelessness and social equity.