RS/A is a design platform for collaboration and experimentation, based in San Francisco.  We believe in the integration of architecture, interior design, urban design, landscape design, engineering, and public art in order to generate holistic projects that meet the challenges of today's complex built environment. We believe that the formal expression of architecture should derive from a close understanding of the end user experience as well as the site and environmental conditions. Through research, we seek to understand the economic, social and ecological context of our projects in order to derive maximum value for both the client, community and the environment.  We look to question convention in order to meet the challenges posed by climate change on the built environment, providing adaptive solutions for a rapidly changing world. 

Ricardo Solar, AIA  
Ricardo is a licensed architect based in Silicon Valley and founder of RS/A.  He has more than 10 years of experience in the field of Architecture and Urban design. He holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University, and a Master of Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Ricardo has taught studios and seminars at Harvard's Graduate School of Design with Reinier De Graff and Farshid Moussavi in both Architecture and Urban Design.  Ricardo has worked as lead designer under Mohsen Mostafavi Architects MMA, and has also worked at the offices of Farshid Moussavi Architecture, Maryann Thompson Architects, Skidmore Owings and Merrill, HOK, and Gensler in San Francisco. 
Jeremy Nguyen
Design Collaborator​​​​​​​
Jeremy holds a bachelors of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo with a minor in Sustainable Environments, and a Master of Architecture, Experimental Mixed Media + Digital Technology from UCLA.  He is interested  in the relationships between humans, the built environment, and technology,  from the urban planning scale, to the architectural building scale, to the object scale of furniture and industrial design, to the digital and virtual. He has worked with ZGF, Gensler, and Google.