Bill Gilliland, architect provides architectural services to individuals and developers, as well as entertainment, academic and institutional clients. Located in West Hollywood, California, we have completed works throughout greater Los Angeles, across the U.S. and overseas. Our practice accomplishes client objectives on schedule and budget, while simultaneously addressing the unique project program requirements through rigorous investigation of formal and functional ideas and relationships. These unique solutions enhance our clients’ lives, and contribute to the larger social and cultural context through graceful and timeless works of architecture.

Hollywood & Highland: area and volumetric study for two city block mixed-use development [c.1995].

Bill Gilliland has been practicing architecture since 1982. Upon attaining his graduate degree from Rice University, he joined the New York architectural firms Gwathmey Siegel and Richard Meier, while obtaining New York professional state registration. Upon relocating to Los Angeles in 1987, managing large-scale projects for both Victor Gruen and Gensler, he obtained his California license and LEED AP accreditation. Bill has established and developed numerous professional relationships through which he has gained invaluable professional experience and knowledge of a broad range of project scale and types. Since reestablishing his private practice in summer 2010, he has secured work with a range of clients, including a high-rise property owner, university and private commissions.

Fordham Law School: area and volumetric studies for awarded building addition entry [c. 1984]