Eisenmann Architecture

About

Eisenmann Architecture is a design oriented practice committed to creating exceptional architecture and interior design.

Eisenmann Architecture is an award-winning firm committed to improving the quality of our clients' lives through thoughtful design solutions.

 

Principal

Stacy received her Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech's College of Architecture and Urban Studies, a program based on Bauhaus principals.  After completing her own award-winning home in 2005, Stacy launched Eisenmann Architecture with the commitment to help others successfully navigate the process of changing the way they live.  Her approach guides clients through the design as partners resulting in architectural languages that can vary significantly between projects.  Stacy has served her community as a member of Albany's Planning and Zoning commission, as a member of the American Institute of Architects, and as a contributor to periodicals and trade journals.  She lives with her filmmaker husband, two lively daughters, and an equally energized labrador retriever.


Team

Amber Baker, Project Manager Amber received her degree in Architecture at UC Berkeley, with a minor in Conservation of Resource Studies.  A native to Northern California, she spent over a decade working in the Santa Rosa area designing everything from fire stations to office buildings, senior housing to community centers.  She currently enjoys the more personal and creative aspects of designing single-family residences.  Amber is an accomplished accordionist, and can be found teaching lessons and repairing accordions Thursdays at a shop in Oakland or performing original compositions around the Bay Area. 

Amber Baker, Project Manager

Amber received her degree in Architecture at UC Berkeley, with a minor in Conservation of Resource Studies.  A native to Northern California, she spent over a decade working in the Santa Rosa area designing everything from fire stations to office buildings, senior housing to community centers.  She currently enjoys the more personal and creative aspects of designing single-family residences.  Amber is an accomplished accordionist, and can be found teaching lessons and repairing accordions Thursdays at a shop in Oakland or performing original compositions around the Bay Area. 

Aska Wieloch-Kim, Project Manager Aska, a native of Poland, received her first Architectural degree from Poznan Polytechnical and went on to earn a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University.  She worked with firms in Ithaca and New York City before relocating to San Francisco, eventually joining Eisenmann Architecture in 2012.  Having studied iconic architecture throughout Europe,  she brings with her a wealth of design knowledge. Aska’s been sailing since the age of seven and made her initial crossing to the U.S. as a crew member of the Polish Barkentine “Pogoria” at the age of 18.   

Aska Wieloch-Kim, Project Manager

Aska, a native of Poland, received her first Architectural degree from Poznan Polytechnical and went on to earn a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University.  She worked with firms in Ithaca and New York City before relocating to San Francisco, eventually joining Eisenmann Architecture in 2012.  Having studied iconic architecture throughout Europe,  she brings with her a wealth of design knowledge. Aska’s been sailing since the age of seven and made her initial crossing to the U.S. as a crew member of the Polish Barkentine “Pogoria” at the age of 18. 

 

Joscelin Reynaud, Designer Jos,  our fellow Frenchman, earned his Bachelors in Architectural Design and Drafting from the Lycée Benoit Fourneyron Saint Étienne. He worked in residential and light commercial design in the Lyon area before heading off on a bicycle journey that took him from Argentina to Canada. Along the way, he met his wife and moved to the U.S. in 2015. In his spare time, Jos is a photographer and furniture maker, and brings a detailing eye to all of his work.

Joscelin Reynaud, Designer

Jos,  our fellow Frenchman, earned his Bachelors in Architectural Design and Drafting from the Lycée Benoit Fourneyron Saint Étienne. He worked in residential and light commercial design in the Lyon area before heading off on a bicycle journey that took him from Argentina to Canada. Along the way, he met his wife and moved to the U.S. in 2015. In his spare time, Jos is a photographer and furniture maker, and brings a detailing eye to all of his work.

 
Douglas Sornberger, Designer Doug graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Architecture.  He’s had a broad range of experiences, from residential to commercial, drafting for different firms throughout the Bay Area.  Growing up working in his father’s construction business, Doug saw the importance that quality detailing plays in the construction results.  He currently lives in Alameda and enjoys traveling on the weekends.

Douglas Sornberger, Designer

Doug graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Architecture.  He’s had a broad range of experiences, from residential to commercial, drafting for different firms throughout the Bay Area.  Growing up working in his father’s construction business, Doug saw the importance that quality detailing plays in the construction results.  He currently lives in Alameda and enjoys traveling on the weekends.

Sharon Foster Rupe, Bookkeeper Sharon graduated from San Francisco with a degree in Mathematics. She went on to own and run a small manufacturing company that fabricated nautical instruments. When the business moved to the East Coast, Sharon found a new challenge organizing the company books. She divides her time between several offices, and when not bookkeeping, Sharon can be found caring for her urban garden, six chickens, two sons and contractor husband.

Sharon Foster Rupe, Bookkeeper

Sharon graduated from San Francisco with a degree in Mathematics. She went on to own and run a small manufacturing company that fabricated nautical instruments. When the business moved to the East Coast, Sharon found a new challenge organizing the company books. She divides her time between several offices, and when not bookkeeping, Sharon can be found caring for her urban garden, six chickens, two sons and contractor husband.

Jean Tan, Office Manager Jean, originally from Malaysia, migrated to Northern California over 25 years ago. Her initial work experience was in Marketing and Public Relations at a Kuala Lumpur based land development company.  After moving to the Bay Area, her career veered towards the Arts, and she earned a degree in Graphic Design at UC Berkeley with a specialty in Color and Branding. Jean also holds a degree in Applied Arts.  When not in the Eisenmann Architecture office assisting Stacy and the team, she enjoys working on her art, gardening, and exploring California. 

Jean Tan, Office Manager

Jean, originally from Malaysia, migrated to Northern California over 25 years ago. Her initial work experience was in Marketing and Public Relations at a Kuala Lumpur based land development company.  After moving to the Bay Area, her career veered towards the Arts, and she earned a degree in Graphic Design at UC Berkeley with a specialty in Color and Branding. Jean also holds a degree in Applied Arts.  When not in the Eisenmann Architecture office assisting Stacy and the team, she enjoys working on her art, gardening, and exploring California. 


COLLABORATORS

Tracey Brown

Jared Clifton

Marjory Cruz

David Virtue

Becky Waring 

 

Denise Hall Montgomery

James Huemoeller

Nina Mullen 

Pike Nong

Timon Phillips

Justin Syren

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