James Gray LeCron AIA is a licensed architect in California (C 22613) and Hawaii (AR 11313), and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture (B Arch) degree from Southern California Institute of Architecture - SCI-Arc (1985). He has been a principal with Arri / LeCron, Architects in Santa Barbara, California for over 25 years. His work includes multi-million dollar custom residential projects, resorts, multi-family housing, and commercial projects. He has provided services as a consulting architect on residential, commercial, and resort projects in the role as project architect. He has served as an expert witness in forensic construction-defect litigation, and served on the City of Santa Barbara Architectural Board of Review (ABR) from 2003 - 2006, Vice Chairman in 2006.
Karen Arri-LeCron AIA is a licensed architect in the State of California (C 25749), and a member of the American Institute of Architects. She attended the University of California Berkeley where she received both her Bachelor of Arts (BA) (1984) and Master of Architecture (M Arch) (1987) degree's, graduating with honors. While at Berkeley she completed extensive studies in Europe, as well as publishing her thesis on Regional Vernacular design for Resort Facilities with well known architects and authors of 'A Pattern Language'. She has been a principal with Arri / LeCron, Architects in Santa Barbara, California for over 25 years, and has consulted with several architectural firms in the role of project architect and government agency liaison.