Eileen Tumlin is a licensed architect, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a National Certified Sustainable Building Advisor. She has an architecture practice in Oakland and has experience working on a range of project types including residential, commercial, and retail. Her architectural work is focused on creating sustainable and life-enhancing spaces. She has a specific interest in the intersection of craft and technology and the application of digital design and fabrication tools to create a range of products and construction systems.
She is an educator with experience teaching architectural design, hand drawing, digital design, and environmental design at colleges throughout the Bay Area. In addition, she provides training and consulting services to local architecture and design firms. Eileen did her undergraduate work in art and French and received her degree from the University of San Diego. She continued with graduate studies in architecture at the University California, Los Angeles and received her graduate degree in architecture from the University of California at Berkeley.