Bill Gilliland, an architect based in West Hollywood, California, offers architectural services to individuals, developers, and clients in the entertainment, academic, and institutional fields. He helps clients achieve their goals within their schedule and budget by investigating formal and functional ideas and relationships informed by program requirements. His innovative solutions enhance clients’ lives and contribute to the larger social and cultural context through timeless architectural works.
With over 40 years of experience in architecture, Bill Gilliland received his graduate degree from Rice University in 1982. He worked for well-known architectural firms such as Gwathmey Siegel and Richard Meier in New York, where he obtained his New York professional state registration. In 1987, he moved to Los Angeles, where he managed large-scale projects for Victor Gruen and Gensler. Throughout his career, he developed professional relationships that provided him with invaluable experience and knowledge in various project types and scales. Since re-establishing his private practice in the summer of 2010, he has successfully worked with high-rise property owners, universities, and private clients’ commissions.
Fordham Law School: area and volumetric studies for awarded building addition entry [c. 1984]