Theo Revlock

Design Director

Mr. Theo Revlock was educated in Philadelphia and did his post-graduate work at the Architectural Association in London. He has a wide portfolio of published and exhibited work from residential/commercial and planning to theater/institutional and public projects. His theoretical and built work always place architecture in dialogue with other disciplines which push it to a new relevance. 


Theo’s theoretical and built work always place architecture in dialogue with other disciplines which push it to a new relevance. He maintains teaching as part of his career activities at UC Berkeley and City College of San Francisco, and often participates in juries in San Francisco, London and New York academia. His award-winning projects include Honorable mention in the Yokohama Port Terminal Competition, Yokohama, Japan; first place in an invited competition for Marine World in Rome, Italy.

Dawn Ma 马御心 , PE, AAIA

Director of Operations; Lead Engineer

Ms. Dawn Ma received her Honor Bachelor degree in civil/structural engineering at University of Waterloo, Canada, and her Master degree in Architecture at Parsons School of Design, New York.  Her unusual dual practice in architecture and engineering began at the world famous landmark, Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, later as project engineer at multidisciplinary firms: GEZ Architects Engineers and Transystem Corporation.


Prior to founding Q-Architecture, Ms. Ma is a partner at with Mr. Theo Revlock.  Their work span many different cultures and terrains, using design as the solution to the built world and media as a communication tool.  Ms. Ma was educated in Hong Kong, Canada, and US, and is fluent in Chinese, written and spoken.

Kevin E. Stong


Mr. Kevin Stong has over 35 years in the practicing of architecture. His career began at one of the most world-renowned interior design office - Gensler – which eventually complimented his technical expertise to cover a vast spectrum of projects including rehabilitation of historic buildings, residential and commercial buildings, interior programming and space planning. His long timerelations with major US companies such as Macy’s, Wells Fargo Bank, Toyota, Ford, etc.


Kevin’s work exists in all parts of California, as well as worldwide.  Of notice was his submission to the 1996 Worlds Exposition in designing the US pavilion which were honored as one of the finalists.

Robert La Rocca

Landscape Archtect

With over 45 years of practice as a Landscape Architect, Mr. La Rocca is afiliated with the American Society of Landscape Architects, the National Association of Nurserymen, Progressive Architecture, and the American Institute of Architects. Mr. La Rocca was an Art Commissioner for the City of San Francisco and was appointed by Mayor Diane Feinstein to the San Francisco Art Commission in 1980.  He was elected President of the Commission in 1989 and has served on the Board of Commissioners. He also was a member of the Visual Arts Committee and the Urban Review Committee, as well as the San Francisco Airport Arts Committee. His relationship and experience with city process is extremely valuable when communicating with city governments and during the project approval process.