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Our holistic, collaborative approach to the design process ensures a  thoughtful and personal project for each client.

Laura is a Michigan-native, who has always kept track of her whereabouts in relation to the shoreline, whether it’s Lake Michigan or more recently, the Pacific Ocean. Accustomed to drastic seasonal shifts in weather and landscape, she’s found a home in the bay area which offers a more subtle realization of context.

Building collaborative relationships, responding elegantly to existing conditions, and composing building materials harmoniously are all elements Laura finds most compelling about the architecture + design process.

Laura has worked in the offices of Marmol Radziner in Los Angeles, CA, Stephen Dalton Architects in Solana Beach, CA, Andrew Mann Architecture in San Francisco, CA, and envelope a + d in Berkeley, CA. She is a registered architect with the state of California.

She feels most at home hiking on a wooded trail, on her surfboard in the water, and in the company of good friends.

Maria Sviridova
Maria is a Los Angeles-based architect and educator. She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan, and relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a Master of Architecture from UCLA. During her time in graduate school, she fell in love with and was intent on pursuing a career in the California. Maria graduated from UCLA in 2015 with the top thesis prize, and since then has worked in the Los Angeles offices of SOM and most recently as a Project Architect at NBBJ. She was interested in exploring human experience and the intersection of public and private realms via design of large-scale buildings in urban environments. She has worked within a range of programmatic spheres including government, office, medical, and educational buildings. Maria is licensed in California and Michigan. She is currently a lecturer at Cal Poly Pomona, teaching Construction Lecture and 2nd year Design Studio courses.
Kasey Elliott
Kasey is a multidisciplinary artist and architect living in Mexico City. She studied design and fine art at Boston University before completing a Master’s in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. As a multimedia artist and architect, her work uses collage, drawing, and installation to explore personal and cultural sensibilities to concepts of home and belonging. In her artwork, she re-contextualizes forms and materials through two and three dimensional collage. Through this process of improvisational abstraction, she weaves together traces of her identity, reimagining their meaning and value.