Scott Natvig is a licensed architect with 25 years of experience working on a wide variety of projects in the field of architecture and design.
He studied under world renowned architects, Herzog and Demeuron, Mack Scogin and others while receiving his Master of Architecture Degree from Harvard Graduate School of Design. He also a Bachelor of Architecture, and Bachelor of Environmental design at the University of Minnesota, and an Associate of Arts Degree from Bethany Lutheran College.
Before founding Scott Andrew Natvig Design (S.A.N.D) in 2001, Scott worked for the offices of Frank Gehry, Cambridge Seven Architects, Architectural Alliance, Cuningham Group and Mulfinger, Susanka and Mahady. He has worked on teams responsible for projects as diverse as several Oceanariums in Japan, Dublin, and the US Virgin Islands, a Museum of Biodiversity in Panama, a high-rise housing project in Bangkok as well as a variety of commercial and residential projects in California, Arizona, the US Virgin Islands, Minnesota, Equador and New York.
He has been on several design teams that have placed as finalists for competitions including, the National Art Museum of China, the Fukushima Aquarium in Japan, and the Charlotte Amalie Waterfront project in St Thomas, USVI. Most recently, Scott teamed up with some former colleagues at Fer Studio and Torgen Johnson Design to win the Solana Beach Train Station Development Project.
Scott was also a professor of Architectural Design for several years at the Boston Architectural College, and has been published in Harvard Magazine and Angeleno Magazine.
Most recently, one of his projects received a design live excellence award.