Sarah E. Ebner


Since receiving an M.ARCH from McGill University, Sarah has continued to develop her interests in art, architecture, and technology across borders in Canada, the US, and Europe. With over 10 years of professional experience, Sarah's work includes a variety of municipally recognized and internationally published residential, commercial, and institutional project types. Sarah now works passionately to apply the lessons of architectural practice to benefit the broader needs of various user groups in local and international communities.


Registered Architect in the state of California
Registered Architect of Québec
NCARB Certified


Daniela Tenorio


Born and raised in Peru, Daniela began her architectural education in a small city in Northern Peru. After moving to the Bay Area, she received her undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley in 2014. In the past, she has worked on institutional and residential projects in Peru, and a range of locally recognized commercial and residential projects throughout the Bay Area. Her academic work has been featured in the 2013 and 2014 Berkeley Circus hosted by the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design. Daniela is very eager to bring el detalle to every See Architecture project!

As part of the journey of preserving and promoting Afro-Peruvian arts, Daniela is a dancer, musician, and member of the Cultural Association De Rompe y Raja.


Liz Renner


Liz is a born and raised East Bay native finishing her architectural education at the University of San Francisco. While working intimately in the Design-Build world, she gained experience in fields of work within residential, commercial and installation design projects. She values working in the neighborhoods she grew up around and influencing the physical world by designing for an inspired human relationship to space, nature, materials, and natural light.

In her spare time, Liz is often tromping around regional parks with her part-time office dog, Samwell.


Karina Andreeva


Karina is a connector and an interdisciplinary thinker. After working in a variety of firms, from small boutique studios to interdisciplinary offices, collaborating with non-profit organizations, as well as previously being  Studio Lead at See Architecture Karina now focuses on social and economic justice around land ownership and alternative economy exploration.


Karina was the Director of the Free School of Architecture 2018-2019. She is also 1/2 of EDKA Studio, a feminist design lab inquiring into the future of public space through co-design, curious site analysis, and playful prototyping.

She is originally from St. Petersburg, Russia, and studied Architectural Design at Parsons, The New School for Design.


Naomi Hansen


Naomi was born and raised in and near Paris, France, and went to the Ecole d’Architecture Paris-Villemin where she graduated with honors and received a DPLG license to practice architecture in Europe. After beginning her career there, she moved her family to the Bay Area in 2005. Since then, she has worked on many award-winning residential projects in partnership with a variety of small, leading Bay Area firms.

In addition to her architectural work, Naomi is raising 3 boys and slowly remodeling her own Berkeley house.

Registered Architect in the state of California


Erica Dixon


Erica is a community-minded designer and program strategist with 8 years of professional experience designing communications and operations initiatives for grassroots organizations. Her skills include qualitative research, prototyping and implementation, leading by-and-for community design processes, interactive marketing campaigns, branding, storytelling, creation of websites and design assets, and curation

Port Dog


Port’s life began in the fields of the Central Valley as an abandoned Fresno pup.  Since his adoption into the see arch. family, Port has taken every ounce of love received and returned it tenfold.  His resilience and unique lazy-energy are an inspiration to us all!



Samwell, who hails from Oakland, CA, is the newest addition to the see arch family. His constant, unwavering enthusiasm and zest for life makes him a wonderful addition to the internal morale department. He has worked tirelessly to increase treat distribution 45% this quarter.