After 30 years of making places that matter, we are entering a new phase of growth by expanding our leadership team. We’ve brought on two proven young architects as Partners and Principals: Maxine Ward, AIA and Mathilda Bialk, AIA. These two amazing women join founding partners Eric Naslund, FAIA and John Sheehan, AIA in the creative direction and ownership of the firm after spending nearly a decade working here.
Like the founders, both Mathilda and Maxine are talented multi-faceted architects who combine creativity with leadership, clear-headed organization skills and a desire to embrace challenges.
Together, they will guide Studio E Architects into the next era, continuing our track record of design excellence to create meaningful places that seamlessly fit the way people live, learn and play.
You can learn more about our new superstar leaders here.
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Winner of Prestigious American Architecture Award
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Congratulations are in order!
Congratulations are in order!John Sheehan
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Micro is the New Black II
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Macro Views on Micro
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A Private Sanctuary in the Heart of the Desert
Bikeway Village Breaks Ground
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Completing UCSD Parking Structure
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