I’m interested in the experiential part of architecture—the human part.
I came here because I wanted to work on small, carefully crafted projects that focus on sustainability and social justice. My first introduction to the firm was in a class on universal design at UC Berkeley. We toured the Ed Roberts Campus with Bill Leddy and it was great to see the ideas we’d been talking about in class actually realized in a building. It wasn’t just theoretical. At LMSA, you come to work knowing that what you’re doing matters.