Shelly Huber

Shelly Huber

Los Angeles, CA, US



Shelly is an architect and artist living in Los Angeles. She's spent last 15 years working on a variety of architecture projects ranging from large low-income multi-family, TI renovations, to small residential remodels in the Bay Area. Shelly provides design and consulting services to home owners, real estate investors, and local businesses who needed help solving spatial puzzles, creating conceptual designs, or seeing a project through to construction completion. 

Shelly has also collaborated on several art installations at her design studio, Carbon Workshop, and enjoys building art by hand. She spends her free time making vibrant patterned pen and ink illustrations, funky digital art, or tiny animations inspired by nature and long road trips. 



Carbon Workshop, Oakland, CA, US, Principal Designer

Urban Spatial Designer and Project Manager. Architectural Services. Projects Include: Prototyping & Design Workshop Space & Offices (tech companies), Rehab Existing Commercial Warehouses, Programming and Spatial Layout for Retail & Commercial tenants, Residential.

Other: Designed & Constructed interactive sculptures and installations. Illustrator & Artist.

Jun 2015 - Apr 2019

Barcelon and Jang Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Designer- Project Manager

Managed multi-million dollar housing projects for seniors and low-income tenants. All projects were publicly funded and owned by non-profit developers within San Francisco. Obtained building and planning permits through the Mayor's Office and City Departments. Collaborated with owners, contractors, and engineers from schematic design through construction administration to final completion and occupancy.

Apr 2008 - Nov 2014

Martinkovic Milford Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Junior Designer- Job Captain

Worked on residential additions, small retail, and medical office tenant improvements. Produced project documentation and obtained building permits.

Aug 2005 - Dec 2007


UC Berkeley CED, Berkeley, CA, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2001 - May 2005

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