It has just been announced that Bill Gaylord has been elevated to AIA’s College of Fellows.
A Principal and founding partner of GGLO, Bill has built a career that promotes civic engagement through design and community service. His personal mission has been to elevate the quality and spirit of life by serving others, which he carries out by creating new expressions of the civic value of architecture. Bill engages the community by partnering with organizations and the public through the power of design, ideas and innovative programs. He has fostered a culture of working across disciplines to create hybrid public/private inclusive communities that elevate the human experience. With Bill’s contributions to leadership, GGLO is pioneering a new form of practice that expresses and connects to social values, supporting and integrating art, culture and principled development advocacy.
|Bill as the AIA Seattle Honor Award Co-Chair in 2008|
AIA Fellows are elected to this position by the Jury of Fellows. The title is one of the highest honors that AIA can bestow on its members and is awarded to architects who have made significant contributions to the advancement of the profession.