Bill Bondy

Bill BondyBill understands that the architect’s duty to clarify the design process for the client is not a call for simplification or reduction. It is in service of sustained communication. On projects ranging from all types of education facilities to high profile civic buildings, he has demonstrated his skill as an effective communicator, and in turn has created buildings which themselves speak directly to the aspirations of the communities they serve. Engaged in all aspects of the firm’s work as architect, manager, and construction administrator, Bill is known to our clients as an invaluable source of leadership and expertise.

Thomas Lumikko

Thomas LumikkoThomas has been a close collaborator with Bill for more than fifteen years and the firm relies on him for his design skill and problem-solving ability. He has led Studio Bondy Architecture in establishing project delivery and quality standards, and has acted as Project Architect for East Oakland Youth Development Center, Lighthouse Community Charter School, Oakland School for the Arts, Gateway Childcare Center, and Silicon Valley Preschool projects. Originally from Finland, Thomas earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Tech and a Master of Architecture degree from Yale.

Laura Rambin

Laura RambinLaura’s career encompasses a wide range of project types, to which she has brought exceptional design ability and organizational skill. Her expertise in sustainability is an invaluable resource for the firm, shaping the design on many SBA projects. Laura has served as Project Architect for the San Francisco School, both Sacramento Country Day School campuses, and Marin Academy’s Library and Bodie Brizendine Leadership Center. She graduated from Occidental College in Los Angeles and earned a Master of Architecture at UCLA.

Michelle Huber

Michelle HuberMichelle brings to SBA extensive design and management expertise in educational and commercial projects, master planning, and architectural interiors. As a significant contributor to the firm’s design work, she emphasizes imaginative solutions that combine problem-solving with high aesthetic standards and rigorous attention to detail. Michelle has acted as Project Designer for Redwood Day School, Saint Mark’s School, Continuing Education of the Bar, and College of Marin Child Study Center, Kentfield campus. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA and a Master of Architecture degree from UC Berkeley.