Gangi Architects is the design division of Gangi Development. The Studio operates as an open network where collaboration is celebrated in all areas of design, construction, and development industry. The fundamentals of architecture design (scale, program, site, type, and scope) are explored and developed into sensitive resolutions. Our work emphasizes a procession of sequential spaces, the translation of energy into form, and the use of beauty as a solution generator.
MARK GANGI AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Formed Gangi Architects as a division of Gangi Development in 1990, and is currently Vice President, Chief of Design. Internship served under the direction of Panos Koulermos FAIA. Worked on project team in Studio Koulermos and was involved in many projects ranging from Europe to Asia. Exhibitions of the Studio’s work in New York at Cooper Union, and Venice, Italy at the Masieri Foundation. Worked on design team for the Venice Biennale in Venice, Italy. Worked on two Architecture Books: 20th Century European Rationalism and Panos Koulermos, Architect. Recently involved in Panos Koulermos – the Complete Works by the Academy of Architecture, Switzerland. Personally designed over 50 projects ranging from Urban Design of Mixed – Use Main Streets and Town Squares to complex technical production of Environmental Analytical Laboratories.
Recently completed construction of the Museum of Water + Life, with Michael Lehrer FAIA, which is a 17 acre museum campus with two museum facilities, museum store, museum cafe, research facility, and conference center. Project is Design + Build and is performed under a joint venture partnership, Lehrer Gangi Design + Build. Focus of project is Sustainability Research and Education. The Museum of Water + Life has been rated LEED Platinum – the highest rating possible under the LEED rating system.
Consulting Architect for Moule + Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists – Design Team member for Uptown Whittier Specific Plan Charette, Design Team member for Sarasota Florida Specific Plan Charette. Architect of Burbank Classical Arts Center – Performing Arts / Dance / Music / Radio Station / Mixed Use Facility in Downtown Burbank.
Adjunct Professor University of Southern California School of Architecture from Fall 2006 – 2009, 2011
Formed GreenLaden 2009 – Research, Green Retrofit, Energy Analysis with Thomas Spiegelhalter RA, EU, ISES, SBSE, LEED
Summer ‘07 – Conducted Survey and Curator of Show titled ‘Spotlight on Modernism’ – a Survey of Modern Architecture in the Pasadena Foothill Chapter Area of the AIA.
AIACC – Liaison to California Department of Water Resources 2012, 2013
Chair 2013 AIAPF Leadership Committee
Committee 2013 AIA Leadership Institute
Committee 2011, 2012, 2013 – AIA Center For Civic Leadership
Committee 2010 – AIA Civic Engagement / Leadership Network
Chairman and Founder 2010 to present – Citizen Architect Committee AIA – Pasadena & Foothill Chapter (AIAPF)
President 2009 AIAPF
AIACC (California Council) Board Member 2008
Board Member 2008 to 2012 – AEB Architecture Evaluation Board County of Los Angeles
Board Member 2008 to 2010 – ACE/LA Architecture Construction Engineering Mentor Program
Vice President 2008 / President Elect 2009 AIAPF
Secretary and Co-Treasurer 2007 AIAPF
Chairman of 2006 Design Awards AIAPF
Finance Committee 2006/2007 AIAPF
Chairman of Audit Committee AIAPF
Chairman 2007 of Spotlight on Modernism Committee AIAPF
USC Architecture Guild since 1990
Member of the American Institute of Architects since 1990
Licensed Architect in California – since 1997 License number C27202
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards NCARB Certified
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional 2.2
Bachelor of Architecture 1990
University of Southern California School of Architecture
AIA California Council John. S. Bolles Fellow
Dean’s List University of Southern California School of Architecture
Gamma Sigma Alpha – All Greek Honors Society