The faces of Gilchrist Ross Crowe
Gilchrist Ross Crowe Architects' three principals have over 91 years of experience. Each principal brings a unique and recognized strength to the firm. The common denominator is that each partner strives for excellence.
David Gilchrist thinks of himself as a “generalist.”
David Gilchrist thinks of himself as a “generalist.” As opposed to being slotted as a specialist, he visions the various components of the art of architecture “horizontally” in which design, building engineering, product selection, finishes, specifications, quality control, the owner’s operations, maintainability and budget must be constantly attended to in order to provide the client superior architecture. ...Read more.
Connor Ross is considered to be master of all but an expert of none.
Connor Ross is considered to be master of all but an expert of none. His interest often exceeds his free time exemplified by his 1955 Chevrolet restoration project currently entering its third year. He is a part time mechanic, woodworker, audio geek and struggling pianist. ...Read more.
Richard Crowe is the founding partner of Gilchrist Ross Crowe Architects.
He loves a challenge and to “figure things out”. He enjoys thinking outside of the “box” to find unconventional yet simple elegant solutions to complex issues. His skills lie primarily in the area of design and the BIM workflow process in the architectural office. Both paradigms are similar in their goal of creating order from disorder. ...Read more.