Erick Mikiten is known as a highly sought after architect for elegant, Universally Designed homes. He is famous for designing highly personalized homes around a whole family’s needs without sacrificing poetic, dramatic design.
Mr. Mikiten taught architectural design at UC Berkeley. He has also lectured there, at national conferences of the AIA, Dwell Magazine, and the USGBC. His speaking engagements focus on the importance of Universal Design as a part of a holistic approach to stunning and creative architecture that puts the needs of the user first.
Mr. Mikiten has worked in architecture for over 30 years, with 20 years of industry-changing, creative multi-family housing designs. As a wheelchair-riding architect, he has particular insight into universal design, and is currently a special consultant on architecture and universal design for the Ed Roberts Campus, a new complex that will house nine disability-related agencies.
Mr. Mikiten has worked with non-profit developers throughout the SF Bay Area, creating hundreds of units of beautiful, dignified affordable housing.
— Bachelor of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin
— Master of Architecture, University of California at Berkeley
— LEED Accredited Professional
— Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA)
— Member, US Green Building Council (USGBC)