Prior to establishing Studio St.Germain, Nathan was a project manager in New York City and Pittsburgh, leading projects of various sizes from conceptual design through construction administration. Having completed numerous projects across North America, he is adept at managing client, consultant, and contractor relationships while meeting the requirements of design, budget, and schedule.
Originally from Rhode Island, Nathan holds a Bachelor's of Architecture from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is a licensed architect registered in New York and Pennsylvania, as well as a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC). Nathan serves on the Board of Directors for Passive House Western Pennsylvania (PHWPA) and also serves on the Sewickley Borough Planning Commission. He has been invited to participate in the Residential Expert Buildings Group for the City of Pittsburgh’s Climate Action Plan and Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities Program.
Aimee St.Germain brings experience from two of the nation's top architecture firms, with a focus on institutional and cultural building types. She has developed the ability to collaborate and communicate between various parties involved in the design process to develop elegant solutions to complex design challenges.
Originally from the Pittsburgh-area, Aimee holds a Bachelor's of Architecture from Kent State University where she studied abroad in Florence, Italy. She also holds a Master's of Architecture from Parsons the New School for Design in New York City. Aimee serves as a member of the Sewickley Main Street Design Committee and also serves as Treasurer on the Board of Newcomers and Neighbors of Sewickley.