Tony grew up in Northern California. While studying Architecture at Cal-Poly SLO, he realized he had an affinity for fabrication and material processes. Tony established a position as designer and shop director at Lundberg Design where he refined the role of the integration of fabrication, design, and architecture. Since then he has been involved in projects ranging from product scale, to large architectural structures. He has had the chance to collaborate with designers such as Holt Hinshaw, Fugeron Architecture, Stanley Saitowitz, Craig Steely, and David Baker.
Norberto comes from the Monterey Bay area. A graduate of Architecture from Cal-Poly SLO, Norberto early on saw his interest in technology, design, and innovation directing his creative focus. He worked as a designer at EHHD Architecture involved in technical aquarium projects, and then saw the value of the integration of in studio fabrication and design while at Lundberg Design. He worked closely with architect Craig Steely during Craig’s early stages of his career, gleaning further insight into modernist ideas and simplifying design and program. Continuing his exploration of graphics, imagery, and technology in the design process, he consulted for renowned photographers Doug Menuez and Michele Clement, guiding them as they moved into the digital age and developed their digital processes.