NPSAG is a design practice founded by Nathan Petty and Sheena A Garcia. Together, they collaborate on design projects under the name NPSAG which they co-founded in 2008 as a platform for creative independent practice. The practice focuses on concept-driven architectural design and visualization for the built environment.

Our studio actively seeks new design opportunities with clients looking for inspiring and conceptually-rigorous buildings and spaces. We specialize in custom and contemporary architecture, detailing and documentation solutions for all scales of building.


Nathan 'Nate' Petty is an architect and educator.

Previously, he has earned significant experience in the architectural profession with the design teams of Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Richard Meier & Partners, Olson Kundig, Michael Maltzan Architecture, Thomas Juul-Hansen llc and Gregg Bleam Landscape Architects.

Nate completed his Masters of Architecture at Princeton University and his Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Virginia with Honors at both institutions. He has also held teaching appointments at Kansas State University, Tulane University, Princeton University and the University of Virginia. He is currently a faculty member at the The New School's Parsons School of Design and The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at City College.

He is a Registered Architect in New York State and an NCARB Certified professional.


Sheena A Garcia is a 3D visual artist, designer and educator.

As a leading visualizer, she has worked in the creative studios of Visualhouse, Kilograph and DBOX and the architectural offices of Olson Kundig, SHoP Architects and Bernard Tschumi Architects.  She has developed illustrations for many celebrated design projects and marketing campaigns across the world. Prior to specializing in visualization, she earned experience in architecture and design offices in New York and Texas. She is currently a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.

Sheena studied architecture at Princeton University and the University of Michigan Ann Arbor where she received several significant honors for her research in design from both institutions. In past years, she has taught design and lectured as a professor at Kansas State University, Tulane University and Princeton University in the undergraduate and graduate programs. Her work as an artist and educator focuses on the development of 3D media technique as a tool for the advancement of design through representation.

For all visualization and marketing inquiries, please visit sagcgi.com