Principal Architect, AIA, LEED BD+C
In 1972, she graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design. Her professional education continued at the University of Maryland where she received a Bachelor of Architecture Degree with Honors in 1975. After several years of interning in architectural firms in Washington D.C. and Sacramento, Cynthia became an architect in 1979.
Cynthia has completed commercial, industrial, and residential projects, both single family and multifamily. Cynthia was responsible for the design and documentation of Mutual Housing at the Highlands, a 90-unit homeless housing and affordable housing project in North Highlands, which is certified Build It Green (BIG) with an impressive 121 points rating — the highest in Sacramento and Yolo Counties for a multifamily residential project — and was a finalist for the 2012 Sacramento Business Journal Real Estate Project of the Year Award. Cynthia has also become well known in the Sacramento area for her expertise in bringing an architectural aesthetic to the industrial project sector, and as a result has been selected as an architect consultant to many large engineering firms including Nolte Vertical Five, HDR Engineering, Carollo Engineers, Montgomery Watson, and West Yost Associates.
Because of a firm belief in contributing to the architectural community, Cynthia is involved with many professional organizations. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects Central Valley Chapter and has served on the board for several terms in every leadership capacity. For the California Architects Board, Cynthia is a past member of the Professional Qualifications Committee, the Communications Committee, and is a Master Commissioner for the Supplemental Examination. In recognition for past service to the California Architects Board, she received the Octavius Morgan Distinguished Service Award. The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards selected Cynthia from a national pool of architects to advise the Council in grading criteria for the National Architectural Examination. Cynthia is also a member of the Northern California Chapter of the United States Green Building Council.
Alumni of California Polytech San Luis Obispo’s Architecture program. Mari formerly worked for firms in San Francisco and HMC in Sacramento. She is highly experienced in educational and commercial projects. She is responsible for specifying products and checking the work of the draftsmen.
Mari’s dog aka the Office Mascot
If you have food, you’ll be his new best friend. He likes cheese and any type of meat. Woof.
Project Technician, Interior Designer
Alumni of Sacramento State’s Environmental Design program. Angelia has worked for LPA and DesignTech. She is highly experienced in residential projects. She is responsible for site measuring, specifying finishes, fixtures, and equipment.
Architect, LEED BD+C
Alumni of University of California, Berkeley’s Architecture Program. Mary previously worked for a number of firms in the Bay Area and Sacramento region. Self employed for several years before returning to Cynthia Easton’s office, Mary is experienced in residential and commercial projects, as well as multi-family housing.