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BEND OREGON

est 2019

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JIM LANDIN, Principal

jlandin@gl3-arch.com


EXPERIENCE

35 YEARS PRACTICING ARCHITECTURE

18 YEARS IN CENTRAL OREGON

 

HISTORY

I literally grew up in Architecture. My father was  an Architect.  When I was young we would spend the weekends visiting his projects while they were under construction. 

I received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. After graduation I worked for firms in Breckenridge Colorado,  Seattle Washington, then returned to Denver, Colorado where I became a partner in an Architectural firm. After practicing architecture in Denver, Colorado for 8 years,  I relocated to Bend in 2000 and then in 2004 cofounded GGL Architecture. In 2010 GGL merged with BLRB Architects .  In 2018, I am starting a new chapter in my career.


EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Oregon


LICENSED

OREGON
WASHINGTON
COLORADO


AFFILIATIONS

American Institute of Architects

National Council of Architectural Registration Board


COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

City of Bend:

Bend Urban Renewal Advisory Committee 

2018-Current

Affordable Housing Advisory Committee 

2013-2018

Technical Advisory Committee 

Central District, 

Multimodal Mixed Use Area    2013

Technical Advisory Committee

Cottage Code - 2015

Technical Advisory Committee

Accessory Dwelling Unit  Code -2016

BEND 2030:

Housing Policy Work Group 2016- 2017


PROJECT TYPES

In my 35 years of practice, I like to tell potential clients that I have designed a goat barn with a milking parlor and cheese cellar for an artisan cheese maker,  a 7 story, 5 star Hotel, and everything in between. I like to think of myself as a good listener, and now know more about goats than I would have ever imagined.  I have teamed with dedicated developers to create over 300 affordable housing units in Central Oregon, some are the most energy efficient  multifamily developments in the state. 


FAVORITE STRUCTURE:

Lost Horse Mill, Crystal, Colorado

Constructed by George Eaton and B.S. Phillips