Natasha Brewer 1

Natasha Brewer


Associate Principal

“I’m a nocturnal design enthusiast driven by my philosophical 3c’s…You must make a choice to take a chance to implement change for the better!”

Natasha’s passion for art, design, and construction drew her into the architecture and design profession. “Since I was a child, I’ve been always been fascinated with innovative design and its impact on human health,” she says. “I constantly ruminate about applying the principles of architecture and interior design into daily practice and often find myself solving design issues and details in my dreams.” As a licensed interior design professional practicing since 2004, her strengths lie in her capacity to understand, calculate, and design functional and beautiful spaces. When working with cross-functional project teams, Natasha brings her vivid imagination and fresh perspectives, alongside her engineering and builder sensibilities to the mix, which reaffirms her propensity for accuracy, function, and endurance in design, safety, and structure. She’s successfully cultivated her design and technical skillsets through various project typologies in commercial and institutional practice areas, and she believes in pushing design boundaries that epitomize diverse human experiences and social sensitivities.

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With a mantra that “Teamwork makes the dream work!”, Natasha brings strong leadership and mentorship to the Los Angeles studio. She participates in several programs and committees, including the firm’s award-winning mentor program, where she serves as a mentor champion for Los Angeles; the NOMA-HBCU Professional Development Program; the firm’s DE&I committee, where she serves as West Coast representative; the materials health subcommittee; the Los Angeles studio’s materials research group; and the firm-wide materials library working group. She is also a mentor and volunteer for outreach programs around Los Angeles. Her depth of involvement both inside and outside the firm provides a platform for Natasha to facilitate better cultural engagement and make a greater positive impact firm-wide.


  • Phone:

  • +1 (213) 624-2775
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  • Education

  • Kansas State University; B.S. Interior Architecture and Product Design
  • Associations

  • National Organization of
    Minority Architects
  • International Interior
    Design Association