Harmony in Architecture
Hosted by The Bambace Peterson Team
Thursday, June 22 | 12:30- 4 PM
The Clubhouse Dining Room - 7 Tehama Carmel
Gabriele Mary Ann Schicketanz is the founder and principal of Studio Schicketanz. She has been a practicing architect for more than three decades, with a portfolio spanning the Western United States, as well as Europe. A native of Austria, she brings a European sensibility to the practice of sustainable building and design. She is known for creating designs that offer classic simplicity and natural elegance, efficient floor plans and easy flow.
A leader in the integration of green design principles with strong thematic design concepts, her work is widely published and she frequently speaks on the subject. She has been specializing in the design of custom homes along the California coast and Hawaii as well as cultural and commercial projects in the Sacramento area. Gabriele Mary Ann is a past president of AIA Monterey Bay and serves on the Board of the Philip Glass Center.
Justin Pauly studied architecture at U.C. Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. After graduation, Justin worked for Siegel & Strain Architects in Emeryville, California where he honed his skills in sustainable building practices and site specific design. Justin also managed several important projects for the firm, including the award winning Angelo Reserve Environmental Science Center.
After several years with Siegel & Strain, Justin embarked upon graduate studies in City & Regional Planning at MIT. While in Cambridge, he also worked at New Ecology, Inc., co-authoring the study The Costs & Benefits of Green Affordable Housing. In addition to this research, Justin participated in urban design studios in Montreal, Laos and Beijing. Upon completing his graduate work, Justin returned to his native Monterey County and worked with noted local architect, Richard K. Rhodes.
In 2008 Justin launched his own practice, Justin Pauly Architects. He continues to work on a mix of residential, commercial and planning projects throughout the south-bay area, Salinas Valley and Monterey Peninsula. Justin is a licensed architect in the State of California.
With more than 25 years of experience in the fields of architecture, engineering, and construction, Hunter Porter Eldridge brings his extensive knowledge, thoughtful and contemporary design aesthetic, and unique ability to connect with clients’ needs to every project. He prioritizes value in terms of how a home, professional building, or space will expand upon a client’s specific vision and enhance their lifestyle for decades to come.
Hunter’s decades-long career has produced a deep understanding of land use policy, site and building design, construction technology, and regulatory approvals along with established relationships with authorities having jurisdiction from all regions of the Monterey Peninsula as well as Monterey County Resource Management Agency. His professional relationships extend throughout California having worked on projects in the Bay Area and along the south coast.
Most recently, Hunter has served on the for Pacific Grove, CA, so to assist in promoting “the orderly and harmonious development of the City and to protect the City’s architectural heritage.”
Thomas Hood provides traditional and specialty architectural design and consulting services for a diversity of clients including private homeowners, developers, property managers, municipalities, non-profit groups, and contractors, as well as joint ventures with other design professionals.
The firm specializes in residential, small commercial and mixed-use projects. Designs acknowledge the client’s particular needs and budget, integrating sustainable construction practices, historic considerations, site constraints of the existing built context or sensitive habitat, and the necessary construction logistics. The return on investment for our clients has historically resulted in functional, beautiful designs and record sales profits in their respective markets.
Thomas has worked with several corporate clients, commercial projects, non-profits and residential clients throughout California, Chicago and Atlanta. One of his greatest honors is being called on by other architects to design for their own residences.
Thomas has served on local planning boards throughout Carmel, the Monterey Peninsula and in Marin County. He is the past chair of the City of Carmel Historic Resources Board and the Carmel Historic Resources Board, past Board President of the Monterey History and Art Association, past President of the Carmel Heritage Society and currently is Vice President of the AIA Monterey Bay.