Paul Basile is one of the most prolific names in Southern California design. Frequently referred to as the “brick and mortar guru” of San Diego, his commercial, hospitality and retail projects have earned wide-ranging critical acclaim and multiple awards for Interior Design, Tranformative Design, Adaptive Reuse, Sustainability and Divine Details from organizations including the American Institute of Architects and San Diego Architectural Foundation.
Chris Konecki is known for completing large scale aerosol murals, fine artwork including paintings and miniature sculptures, as well as various public and private site specific installations. Konecki's work is explorative of social consciousness, generally irreverent, and focused on subjects that are both serious and absurd. His use of found and 'repurposed' objects in his work advocates the reassessment of typical ideals
of function and beauty.
With a natural inclination to painting the familiar figures of women in her work, Carly Ealey is drawn to the seductive and celestial while exploring an introspective view of human existence, spirituality, and the natural world. Carly is passionate about the ocean and has participated in and produced murals throughout Makers Quarter and festivals for Pangeaseed Foundation's Sea Walls in collaboration with her artist organization, Cohort Collective.
Joseph Wong Design Associates has been at the forefront of global architectural and interior design since it was founded in San Diego, California in 1977, planning and designing major buildings throughout California and in most major cities in Asia. JWDA’s distinctive work is creative and elegant, complemented by its carefully developed knowledge of local history and context. Throughout the world, JWDA has created original, award-winning designs.