Paulett founded the firm in 1986 with the premise that excellence in design not only enriches the lives of the people who live in, work in, and use our buildings, but also enhances the public realm and surrounding community. Whether housing, a community facility or a private commission, Paulett brings to each project sensitivity and commitment to our client’s needs and a focus on making elegant buildings that endure. The quality of the firm’s work has been recognized by dozens of awards, and by Paulett’s elevation to AIA Fellow in 2007.

Paulett received her Masters in Architecture from Harvard University and her Bachelors from the University of Oregon where she was first exposed to energy efficiency and sustainability issues. She has taught at UC Berkeley and the California College of the Arts, and has been a member of a number of local organization including LINE (the journal of the American institute of Architects San Francisco), the AIASF/SFMOMA Lecture Committee, the San Francisco School District’s Citizen’s Advisory Committee, and the Board of Trustees of the Universalist Church of San Francisco.


Though he has practiced in locales as distinct as the Arizona desert and New York City, Eric’s work is unified by a passion for creating architecture that resonates with place and purpose. His interest in technical systems and considered approach to materials is revealed throughout a portfolio that includes custom residences, corporate interiors, cultural institutions, and multi-family housing. Whether using simple materials to poetically respond to an intense climate or integrating technical infrastructure into a refined space, Eric strives to find a beauty that emerges from honest, simple solutions. Within our practice, Eric is responsible for overall quality control and brings to each project a commitment to both design excellence and project delivery.
Eric graduated Cum Laude with an AB in Architecture from Columbia University, where he also earned his Master of Architecture degree. Additionally, he completed studies at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule in Switzerland and is a registered architect in California.


Roselie Enriquez has practiced architecture for more than 9 years and has experience working on multi-family affordable housing, custom single-family residences, and commercial interiors projects. She recently completed Construction Administration for Hunters View Redevelopment Phase I: two blocks of affordable housing located on a steep site in San Francisco’s Bay View neighborhood. Roselie is currently acting as Project Architect for 107 units of new family housing for Phase II of Hunters View.

As Project Architect and Project Manager, Roselie works closely with our clients and project team to manage communication and develop each project’s design and documentation. To ensure all designs are executed properly Roselie stays with each project through construction administration. Roselie received her Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) and was the recipient of the AIA School Medal & Certificate of Merit for top ranked undergraduate architecture student.