WRNS Studio Promotes Five

WRNS Studio, San Francisco, Bay Area

Annelise DeVore
Former Title: Project Administrator
New Title: Associate, Project Administrator

Annelise DeVore was named Associate at WRNS Studio following eight years in the firm’s San Francisco office. With diverse talent in fine arts and data and systems management, Annelise liaises between the design and administrative teams, playing a critical role in the firm.

WRNS Studio, San Francisco, Bay Area

Edwin Halim
Former Title: Senior Interior Architect
New Title: Associate, Senior Interior Architect

With 17 years of experience, Edwin Halim excels at both the technical and artistic sides of architecture with equal measure. His attention to detail as Senior Interior Architect on such high-profile projects as Airbnb and Facebook is critical to WRNS Studio’s growth and success.

WRNS Studio, San Francisco, Bay Area

Rodney Leach
Former Title: Project Architect
New Title: Associate, Project Architect

Rodney Leach was promoted to Associate at WRNS Studio where he’s focused on an urban minded, highly sustainable update to Intuit’s Mountain View campus. With 12 years of experience and a diverse portfolio, he approaches each project with a focus on urban design, sustainability, and context.

WRNS Studio, San Francisco, Bay Area

David Gutzler
Former Title: Project Architect
New Title: Associate, Project Architect

David Gutzler was promoted to Associate at WRNS Studio, where his focus in on large-scale commercial developments and workplace campuses, most recently for Adobe and Intuit. With ten years of experience, David is evolving his approach to architecture by pursuing a general contractor license.

WRNS Studio, San Francisco, Bay Area

John Schlueter
Former Title: Designer
New Title: Associate, Designer

John Schlueter was promoted to Associate at WRNS Studio, where he’s currently working on a new civic center project in Atherton. With 12 years of experience, John balances a design-first mentality with a sensible approach to implementation on a range of project types.

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