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Calpo Hom & Dong (CH&D) Architects

California Based Designer

Who or what inspires you professionally?

Me, Myself, and I. I’m inspired by my struggles, accomplishments, and the growth over the years.



Gurneet Kaur is an architectural designer based in Sacramento, CA. Her expertise includes commercial projects inclusive of corporate offices (public and private sector), retail, and clinics. Gurneet has been practicing interior architecture for 5 years and has risen from staff support to Project Manager at Calpo Hom & Dong (CH&D) Architects.

How did you first learn about architecture and when did you decide that built environment profession was an area of interest for you?

I always had an eye for design, but I wasn’t sure if I wanted to pursue engineering or architecture until I went in for my orientation in university. The engineering program was impacted and that led me to pursue architecture.

What do you do?

I'm an Architectural Designer and Project Manager at CH&D Architects.

What excites you in the work you do? 

The people (my colleagues, clients, contractors) have become a family to me that I enjoy working with. I believe work is boring if you’re not surrounded by the right people and once you surround yourself with a great circle, work becomes a passion.

Who or what inspires you professionally? 

Me, Myself, and I. I’m inspired by my struggles, accomplishments, and the growth over the years.

What is your proudest professional accomplishment or achievement?

My proudest professional accomplishment is to see my designs come to life. Experiencing the process from start to finish.

Featured Project Name: 

EG Cardiology

Featured Project Location: 

Elk Grove, CA

Featured Project Completion Date: 

March 2023

Role in Featured Project: 

Project Manager | Interior Designer | Space Planner

Featured Project Description:

Situated in a developing area of Elk Grove, CA., the space is a blend of traditional and contemporary design. The space will help to provide early detection for heart related concerns to better serve the community.

Photography Credit:

Rudy M. Calpo

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