DAVIDA ROCHLIN, AIA, LEED AP HOMES, LIVING FUTURE ACCREDITED
PRINCIPAL, DAVIDA ROCHLIN ARCHITECTURE
38 years of architectural experience
Licensed to practice architecture in the State of California- C14437
Davida Rochlin, AIA, LEED AP HOMES, LFA is a second generation Los Angeles architect and principal of Davida Rochlin Architecture. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture, cum laude and Masters in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. Under the mentorship of Joseph Esherick FAIA, her Masters thesis, The American Porch lead to her national recognition as a leading authority on American domestic vernacular architecture. She began her career at Esherick, Homsey, Dodge and Davis in San Francisco, California and worked at Rochlin and Baran (currently RBB), Los Angeles, California as a Project Planner and Architect for seven years before founding her firm in 1986.
Selected work in residential, commercial, educational and health care planning, programming and architecture include Net-Zero, LEED Gold Canyon Orchard Residence, Upper Santa Monica Canyon, CA., Kenquest Corporate Headquarters, Beverly Hills, CA., Rancho Girasol, Taos, New Mexico, CIGNA Clinics, Montclair and Colton, CA., Leo Baeck Temple Master Plan Guidelines and Religious School Renovation, Bel Air, CA., Elijah Wood Residence, Santa Monica, CA., Honukai House, Big Island, Hawaii, and Four Porch House, Los Angeles, CA.
Her most recent project are the Market Street Residences, San Francisco, CA.
Davida Rochlin is a member of the American Institute of Architects, USGBC and the International Living Future Institute.