Firm owner and executive designer Sharon Davis is a LEED accredited professional who earned her Masters of Architecture from Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture in 2006. She is the recipient of several major awards, including the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture in 2006, and the Women for Women Active Citizen's Award in 2010.

Sharon has worked on architectural projects ranging in scope from residential interiors to commercial ground-up construction and international institutional development. Sharon is also a leading voice within New York's public architectural space, serving on the executive committee for the Van Alen Institute for Projects in Public Architecture.

In addition, Sharon’s dedication to merging her design interests with improving education, social issues, and the environment is also reflected through her volunteer work and funding initiatives. Sharon has held pro-bono positions as the Board President and Trustee of the Fresh Air Fund; as a Council Member of the New York Public Library; Board Member of Friends of the Highline; and as a Trustee for The Natural Resources Defense Council, Friends of The Upper East Side Historic District, Riverkeeper, The Brearley School, and The Madeira School. Sharon currently serves as the Treasurer for the Van Alen Institute, an independent non-profit organization for promoting and expanding public architecture.