Sasha Monge, RA
“The foremost concern is the user’s needs and discovering and determining their desires and requirements to create the most successful solutions”
Sasha’s passion for architecture is rooted in her love of art and math she finds her profession to be a perfect marriage between the two. Pragmatic and purposeful in her designs, her foremost concern is to find solutions that accommodate the needs of a specific user group. She works closely with her clients to discover and determine their desires and requirements. Sasha started her career designing educational facilities while working for Architecture for Education, a firm focused on design solutions for learning environments. In this role, she worked closely with both children and educators to design preschool and child care facilities. Sasha joined Abramson Architects in 2011 and brought her expertise and knowledge of educational projects to the firms institutional work. Specifically, she played an important role in designing spaces for Sinai Akiba Academy, Valley Beth Shalom Day School, and various locations of Chalk Preschools. At AA, Sasha has expanded her design skills to include tenant improvements, synagogues, and various creative offices. Some of her most notable work includes multiple locations around the world for prominent advertising agency, HUGE Inc.
- BArch – University of Southern California
- MA Urban Design and Architecture – Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
- Public art project for Long Beach Redevelopment Agency and Greenmeme, installed summer of 2010
- Won GOOD sponsored competition “Design a School Garden” in 2010
- Graduated magna cum laude from University of Southern California
Sasha also utilizes her skills in math and art to satisfy her sweet tooth – she loves to bake and cook. She finds it to be a relaxing and enjoys watching baking shows and sharing recipes with coworkers.
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