Sagar Chavan, AIA, LEED-AP

Project Architect

Architect, State Of California, 2015
American Institute Of Architects
Green Business Certification Inc.
U.S. Green Building Council – L.A.

University Of California, Los Angeles – Master In Architecture
University Of California, Berkeley – Specialized Study, Master In Urban Design
M.M. College Of Architecture, Pune, India – Bachelor In Architecture

Sagar Chavan joined Frank Webb Architects in 2002 and has 16 years of combined experience as a designer and project manager. Since joining the firm, Sagar has worked on numerous projects for the County of Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles, Kaiser Permanente, University of Southern California, UCLA,City of Hope, Disney, Northrop Grumman and Mattel. Sagar’s experience has included recreation projects, medical office buildings, laboratories, academic buildings, high-rise residential projects, large-scale tenant improvement work, campus planning, urban design and master planning.

Prior to joining Frank Webb Architects, Sagar worked for architectural firms Moore Ruble Yudell in Los Angeles and Davis Brody Bond in New York. Sagar also worked for UCLA Health Science Capital Programs as an urban designer and master planner. Sagar strives to challenge each project to incorporate sustainable strategies whenever possible. Sagar has also been invited by the City of Los Angeles, City Planning Department for Urban Design Reviews of upcoming projects throughout the City of Los Angeles. Sagar’s design skills, management experience on recreational, university and medical projects along with his attention to detail make him a valuable team player.

My hunger for design is driven by belief that every project or space, big or small, can have a unique design solution. Growing up in a family of architects, I played with architectural models as a child. This interaction with building forms and design at a very young age, inspired me to join the architecture and design profession.

I enjoy my travels across the globe as well as my regular hikes which bring me closer to nature.Travelling to different countries, observing local architecture and experiencing different cultures has broadened my perspective on architecture and creation of spaces for people.