Ron Radziner, FAIA, is the design principal of award-winning design-build firm Marmol Radziner. With offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, the firm offers architectural design and construction services, as well as landscape and interior design, for luxury single- and multi-family residential, retail, hospitality, and workplace projects. Leading the design of every project, Ron develops innovative solutions that provide a unique architectural identity and forge strong connections between interior and exterior spaces in locations such as Beverly Hills, Malibu, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, La Jolla, and Maui.
Greg’s interest in contextually appropriate design was greatly influenced while growing up in the Hawaiian Islands where climate and environment have a great impact on design. He further developed his expertise in contextual design while attending the University of Oregon, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1983. Early in his career, Greg worked for several Bay Area firms gaining experience in both residential and commercial design, before co-founding Walker Warner Architects in 1989 with Brooks Walker.
James K.M. Cheng
James K.M. Cheng is a Canadian architect recognized for his pioneering contributions to west coast architecture and city building. Born in Hong Kong and educated in North America, Cheng’s approach represents a sensitive marriage of generous open environments with vibrant high-density living. He is a lecturer at the University of British Columbia, and a design critic and juror.