Carlton Smith, FAIA, NOMAC
I have been a principal at MWA in the Bay Area since 1995 and have over 40 years of experience in all facets of architecture. In that time, we have built an enduring practice that is committed to increasing diversity in the profession and to exceeding our clients’ expectations.
In addition to being a proud Tuskegee University graduate, I am active in the American Institute of Architects and the National Organization of Minority Architects having served as its President.
I am committed to the design of facilities that provide warm, uplifting, inspiring, and humane environments which treat their clients with dignity and respect. I believe it is our obligation as architects to create aesthetically pleasing and comfortable environments—regardless of budget—and to maximize the benefit to those most underserved in our communities.