Dipl. Ing. FH, LEED AP, PHI
Corinna Gebert has gathered over 20 years of experience in architectural design, project management and construction while working for a series of notable firms in Germany, Australia and the USA. Her portfolio includes single and multifamily, mixed use, community, and adaptive reuse projects. She particularly excels in navigating complex building jurisdictions and working with diverse, interdisciplinary teams.
Throughout her career, Corinna has been pursuing and integrating a deep commitment to resource preservation and environmental responsibility into her work. She is a LEED Accredited Professional, Permaculture Design Course Graduate and Certified Passive House Designer.
Corinna’s passion and expertise lies in preserving, re-imagining, and upgrading existing resources, combined with low-impact new construction, to help our clients shape creating living, restorative spaces within responsible footprints.
Eric Ryder is an Architect with over 20 years of experience and is the Principal Architect at Pangea Design | Build, an architecture and design firm located in West Los Angeles. Eric has been awarded the USF SACD Distinguished Alumni Award, AIA/LA Restaurant Design Award, both People’s Choice and Jury’s.
Eric has built projects throughout the United States, Hong Kong, Philippines and has been recognized in the LA Times “House of the Week”, House Beautiful & Architecture Digest. We engage in projects of various scale and type. Our portfolio, a collection of residential, commercial, and hospitality projects, showcases our versatility and the collaborative process that are reflective of our values and experiences.
Jonah Reynolds has been designing and building off-grid, super sustainable buildings for over 30 years in the United States and all over the world. Jonah has extensive knowledge in designing off-grid living systems for new construction and retrofit/remodel projects of all sizes. His unique life experience includes traveling to dozens of countries to teach and assist thousands of individuals become self sufficient through off-grid living structure.