William T. Georgis Architect has designed and completed numerous residential, institutional, and commercial projects in the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean. These include new houses in Southampton, New York, the Bahamas, Montana, La Jolla, California, many New York City townhouses, a pied-a-terre for a South American couple at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan, the Tiffany Gallery at the Museum of the City of New York, the interiors of a Gulfstream G650 jet, and the renovation of the public spaces of the landmarked Lever House in New York City. In addition, he has completed the design of Manhattan condominium projects at 350 West Broadway and 530 Park Avenue and completed designs for the Gramercy Park Hotel. In 1999, 2007, 2010, 2014 and 2016 he was included in the AD 100, Architectural Digest's international guide to the top one hundred architects and interior designers. A monograph of his work Make It Fabulous: The Architecture and Designs of William T. Georgis was published by The Monacelli Press in 2013.
Mr. Georgis is currently working on the design of the restaurant at the Seagrams Building, houses in La Jolla, California, Mendocino County, California, Aspen, and Manhattan apartments.
Prior to establishing the firm of William T. Georgis Architect in 1992, Mr. Georgis was an Architect for Robert Venturi of Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown, Philadelphia, and was Associate Architect for Robert A.M. Stern Architects from 1984 to 1992.
His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Design and Columbia University, New York; and his work is included in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Art Institute of Chicago; and the Denver Art Museum, Colorado.
William T. Georgis is a graduate of Stanford University, Stanford, California (B.A., 1980) and Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (M. Arch., 1983). He serves on the board of trustees of the La Jolla Playhouse, and is a member of the Collections Committee of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and the Philodoroi and William Society of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.