Senior Associate at Gehry Partners
B Architecture 1992; B Architecture Design 1988
Nominated for the Newton-John Award
Gavin Langley is a seasoned architect who has worked across the world, bringing the elements of design and sustainability to everything he has accomplished in the past 30 years.
Gavin has worked with Frank Gehry on projects such as the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Hudson Yards residential tower in New York, Battersea Power Station redevelopment in London and World Jewish Museum in Tel Aviv, Israel. Social, urban, and environmental issues have always been at the heart of his designs including Prison Reform in the United States and revitalisation of the LA River.
As a Vice President of Jerde Partnership LLP, Gavin’s architectural and cultural projects included museums and mixed use projects such as the Coca Cola Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, Roppongi Hills and Shiodome both in Tokyo, Japan and Zlota Tarasy in Warsaw, Poland.
Before moving to the United States, Gavin worked in Sydney with Denton Corker Marshall on the Governor Phillip and Macquarie Towers and lived and worked in Edinburgh, Scotland.