We are engaged in intelligent, site responsive design at all scales with a special focus on the creation of healthy, beautiful environments.
From new construction, interior design, historic preservation, and planning, all executed through old school, rigorous creative thinking, we work to define high quality sites, spaces and objects. We have worked with a number of clients to develop growing art and antique collections. We love design!
Michael Gamble founded Gamble & Associates in 1993 and focused on high end residential projects. Lee Ann Gamble joined the firm in 2000 after working for 10 years at TVS&A Atlanta, a large commercial firm where she was a Senior Associate. Through her experience working on large retail developments, office buildings and convention centers, G+G was able to engage in commercial work and expand the firm. Current residential design and commercial work is concerned with new construction, historic preservation, rehabilitation and adaptive re-use with an emphasis on helping clients define high quality, ecologically sustainable interior and exterior environments.
G+G is a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise. Lee Ann Gamble, President and majority owner of the firm, has 27 years of experience as an architect, specializing in adaptive reuse, historic preservation, retail and commercial projects. She also has experience in hospitality, office building design and interior fit out. Lee Ann is a LEED Accredited Professional.
All Gamble + Gamble staff have degrees in architecture. Michael Gamble and Lee Ann Gamble, Principals of the firm, are registered architects. Our staff consists of four Associate Architects who each hold a Master’s Degree in Architecture, including one with an additional degree in Interior Architecture. G+G is committed to and is recognized for design excellence. We believe that a building should always be aesthetically of the highest quality and that the beauty of a building is dependent upon the use of enduring materials as well as close attention to technical details. We strive to meet and exceed the expectations of our clients by listening closely to our client’s needs and desires regarding all aspects of the design (function, budget, and schedule).
The firm’s work is published in local and national periodicals and has won several awards, including two AIA Georgia Merit Awards, an AIA Atlanta Honor Award and the AIA Emerging Voices Award. G+G was the winner of the Kendeda Sustainable House Competition, sponsored by the Kendeda Fund, Charis Community Housing and Southface Energy Institute. G+G’s design research and creative work has been exhibited in the United States and Great Britain.
Great projects emerge from a close dialog between owners, design professionals and contractors. We strive to meet and exceed our clients expectations by listening closely to their programmatic needs and being mindful of budgets and constraints to produce projects of lasting beauty. Our goal is to assemble a strong team as early in the design process as possible.
In order to express the complexity of architectural work, we use various drawing types along with digital and hand made 3d models, enabling clients to perceive evolving design solutions.
Lee Ann Roth Gamble, AIA, Registered Architect, LEED AP
Principal / Owner / Director of Historic Preservation, Gamble and Gamble Registered Architect, State of Georgia, No. 8423, 1994
Member, American Institute of Architects, 1997- Present
Auburn University Deanâ€™s Advisory Board, College of Architecture, Design, and
Lee Ann Gamble has 27 years of experience in the field of Architecture. She joined G + G as a partner in 2000, after working ten years for Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates in Atlanta, Georgia. At TVS, Lee Ann was a Senior Associate managing large commercial development projects with a specialty in retail development. Her experience also includes hotel, office building and convention center work.
With G+G, Lee Ann has worked on projects ranging from large residential to hotel, restaurant and commercial design. G+G has been awarded several AIA Georgia and AIA Atlanta design awards, as well as an award from the Southeastern Brick Institute. G+G was awarded the 2001 American Institute of Architects Emerging Voices Award.
Lee Ann currently serves on the Auburn University Deanâ€™s Advisory Board for the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction. She also served on the Auburn University CADC Capitol Campaign Committee. Lee Ann served the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards as a Research Fellow, was a lecturer at the winter symposium celebrating the 100th anniversary of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction at Auburn University in 2007, and Exhibition of Selected Projects â€“ Women in Architecture Symposium, Auburn University 1993.
Lee Ann received the Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University School of Architecture in 1990 where she was awarded the Fifth Year Book Award for Design Excellence, the AIAS Leadership award (1988-89) and was named a Tau Sigma Delta Academic Honorary.
Michael Eric Gamble, Registered Architect
Principal / Creative Director, Gamble and Gamble
Director of Graduate Studies, School of Architecture, Georgia Tech
Associate Professor with Tenure, Georgia Tech
Design, Houses/Housing, Urban Design, Construction Technology and Fabrication,
Michael is a registered architect, director of graduate studies at Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture, and creative director at Gamble + Gamble Architects in Atlanta. His design-driven research operates at a variety of scales, from house to city, with emphases on innovation, alternative energy, and building technology pursued within the context of a larger concern for the creation of healthy, well-conceived environments. He has received numerous awards for excellence in design and scholarship.
The firm has received regional and national recognition for their built work, including the American Institute of Architects Atlanta Chapter Emerging Voice Award; the American Institute of Architects Georgia Chapter Merit Award as well an Atlanta Chapter Honor and Merit Award. G+G’s work has been exhibited in numerous regional shows and cited in a variety of local and regional magazines. In the last 14 months, the firm has won three additional design awards and our Atlanta Daily World project earned recognition from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
His research has received grants from the Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development, the National Endowments for the Arts, and received First Prize for Research in an international competition sponsored by the Environmental Design and Research Association. Gamble has recently published essays on the design of the public realm in Harvard Design Magazine (with W. Jude Leblanc) and the book Writing Urbanism, published by Routledge in 2009. Between 2013 and 2017, his work on housing and energy was exhibited in Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York, Singapore, and Berlin.
Gamble received the Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University in 1989, a Master of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1990, and a Master of Design Studies with Distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1996.
Kasia Zycinska is an Associate Creative Director and a project manager with expertise in all phases of project development on small to medium scale. Kasia has 9 years of experience in the field of Architecture. She joined G+G in 2013, after receiving her Master of Architecture degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology where she focused her studies on architectural representation and domesticity. With broad graphic representation skills, Kasia has a special interest in urban design and multifamily housing, as well as architectural planning and programming.
Ian Fralick is an Associate Director or Historic Preservation and a project manager with expertise in all phases of project development on medium to large scale national register / historic tax credit projects. Ian has 7 years of experience in the field of Architecture. He joined G+G in 2013, after receiving his Master of Architecture degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology where his graduate studies focused on city planning and community development. Ian also has a special interest in state and municipal regulatory processes and community involvement. Since joining G+G, Ian has successfully pursued a number of variance, special exception and rezoning requests by gaining neighborhood support through community outreach.
Will Gravlee received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Georgia in 2006 and a Master of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2012. Will’s background in graphic design, residential construction, and furniture design along with 5 years of experience in the field of Architecture adds to an already extensive collection of ability and knowledge found at G+G. After receiving his Master of Architecture degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, he worked with a small design build firm to purchase and restore historical buildings in his home town of Columbus. He joined G+G in 2015, where his areas of focus range from work on existing historical homes and buildings to commercial interiors, and new multi-family projects. Like everyone at G + G, Will’s creative and technical input are vital to the process of many projects in the office. As an architectural associate, Will is responsible for helping keep projects, in various phases of construction, all moving forward as efficiently as possible.
Samuel Maddox joined G+G Architects as an intern architect. He received a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Interior Architecture from Auburn University in 2014. He spent his fifth year at Auburn’s Rural Studio where he designed and built his thesis: Idella’s House, part of the 20K House project, an experiment in affordable, dignified rural housing. Samuel is an inquisitive designer with interests in sustainability, constructability, and the social responsibilities of architecture.
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