Paul Discoe is a designer and innovator who acts as the managing partner for O2AA and a design consultant for Japanese style temples, restaurants, houses and furniture. The studio includes a small workshop for prototypes and one-of-a-kind objects, and handles repairs and maintenance of the O2 compound. This is the center for O2 expansion and is the clearing house for new ideas, tenants and operations.
Paul is a longtime student of Zen Buddhism and an ordained Buddhist priest. After becoming a successful designer and innovator, founding Joinery Structures and becoming well known for building Larry Ellison’s Japanese mansion in Woodside, he decided to devote his retirement to adventures at O2AA.