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I believe good design arises from the observation and assessment of existing conditions and careful listening to my clients’ needs and desires. I see each project as an opportunity to collaborate with my clients, to understand their specific requirements, and to create a holistic design that responds to the constraints and opportunities of the project. I promote sustainable designs that work in harmony within the existing context and have a minimal impact on the environment.
Harmonious Home, San Francisco, CA, US, Feng Shui Architect
Harmonious Home provides holistic design services and feng shui consultations to individuals, businesses, and organizations.
Field Paoli, San Francisco, CA, US, Project Manager
Design and project management of community based projects in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Responsibilities included design, consultant and document coordination, LEED certification, project management, construction administration, client communications, design charettes, and staff mentoring.
Field Paoli, San Francisco, Job Captain
Architectural drawing coordination, design collaboration, structural coordination, architectural detailing, tenant coordination, value engineering, construction administration, and staff mentoring.
BSA Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Job Captain
Design and Production of the South Notomas Community Center & Library, Sacramento, CA
Design of the Saratoga Library Expansion and Remodel, Saratoga, CA
Dan Ionescu Architects, San Mateo, CA, US, Designer
Multi-family Mixed-use Design, Urban Design, Modular Housing Design, Business Marketing, Portfolio Materials.
Golden Gate School of Feng Shui, Berkeley, CA, US, Professional Certification
Classical Feng Shui Training & Professional Certification
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA, US, BArch, Architecture
Architectural Design and Practice (1992-1998)
Study Abroad in Florence, Italy (1995-96)
Independent Study in Sicily, Italy (1997)
Advanced Photography Studies (1996-97)