Andreas Gritschke holds a Masters degree in architecture from Aachen Institute of Technology, Germany. He is a licensed architect in California and Germany, where he started his career working with firms at the cutting edge of architectural design. He has been a visiting critic at the Technical University of Munich. As project manager for Mark Mack Architects in Venice Beach, he was responsible for design, documentation and construction administration as well as maintaining collaborative relationships with clients, consultants, agencies and contractors on a wide variety of projects. He has been collaborating with Angelil Graham Architecture on the Los Angeles Children's Museum and the Portland Aerial Tram. He started GO:a with Liliana Ortiz in 2002, where he is in charge of residential and institutional projects.


Liliana Ortiz Gritschke received a Bachelors degree in architecture from University of the Andes, Colombia. She is a registered architect in Colombia and a United States Green Building Council LEED-accredited professional. In her role as a project manager for Burdge & Associates in Malibu, she was involved in all phases of the design, permitting and construction process for projects ranging from high-end custom residences to the prestigious Trancas Market. She founded GO:a with Andreas Gritschke in 2002. Her expertise in securing agency approvals and green building technology is a great asset to our clients.