Our collection of work speaks for itself. Each project, approached with innovation and yet mindful of budget, provides an exceptional experience. We are the Developer’s Architect; solving problems, discovering best use and maximizing value.

Marbrisa Carlsbad

Named one of the 25th Best 2019 Resorts by Conde Naste, Marbrisa Carlsbad Resort, features Spanish Mediterranean architecture throughout. Marbrisa is a Grand Pacific Palisades Resort & Hotel, and features 14 Villas, spanning over 43 acres.  NOAA is the Architect of Record for all of the Marbrisa projects, as well as many of Grand Pacific’s other developments.  The Marbrisa Resort has been under development for the past 15 years, with last of the development still years away.

Truax - Temecula

Located in the heart of Old Town Temecula, California, The Truax Hotel is this downtown’s first luxury Hotel.  The design concept tells Old Town’s story – beginning with its ranching roots and evolving to the region’s new exciting downtown destination. From Western Mercantile through the Mission Revival period, The Truax Hotel replicates how the structure would have, over time, evolved. The Truax Hotel is designed to be a vital part of a series of Old Town projects including an Urban Marketplace, a state-of-the art fully automated 500-car parking structure, whose exteriors blend seamlessly into the cityscape, and The Truax Annex, a 1920s style Office building that includes a high-end Gym and Health Spa.  All of these buildings are interconnected with a series of highly articulated pedestrian Paseos, weaving around and throughout the structures.


Silvergate – Rancho Bernardo

Silvergate Rancho Bernardo is a 250 room Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care project, designed as an integrated 12-acre campus.  The project features subterranean parking, a state-of-art water reclamation system to support lush landscaping, courtyards with pools, sitting areas and walking trails.  Silvergate Rancho Bernardo is the latest in a series of projects with AmeriCare Health and Retirement, dating back to the early 1980s.