Company: WORK Petaluma
Being the child of 1970’s back-to-the-landers, watching my parents build our home from the ground up, being surrounded by do-it-yourselfers, and having a real love of math, science, puzzles, and people all contributed to my life-long love of residential architecture, especially traditional vernacular rooted in a strong sense of place.
Fast forward to 2012 and after two decades fully submersed in the world of residential architecture, I was ready for a change. Enter a new era of entrepreneurial spirit. Taking that DIY attitude in a totally different direction, my husband Matt Moller (no stranger to the world of start-ups) and I decided to take on a whole new venture combining good old fashioned brick-and-mortar with a 21st Century business model to create coworking in Petaluma and a sense of place in a world of virtual work.
Looking forward, I plan to pursue more of the sustainability work I engaged in previously by “cultivating kitchen table activism” and designing tiny residential projects with big impact. Stay tuned…