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 and Lee Ann met in architecture school at Auburn University in the late ‘80’s. They followed careers in two different directions for the first 10 years of their professional work, and made a huge leap of faith in 2000, combining their experience in residential and commercial architecture, fine art and interiors, business savvy and technical know-how. Since 2000, they have worked with a number of dedicated team members and ambitious clients in the Atlanta area, and have expanded their reach to Los Angeles, Manhattan, Austin, South and North Carolina, Florida and Alabama.
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.
All Gamble + Gamble staff have professional degrees in Architecture or are interns currently pursuing such degree. The firm principals act as project managers and are responsible for the coordination of all architectural and engineering work.
Lee Ann Roth Gamble is a registered architect, Partner and Principal of G+G Architects. She holds a degree in Architecture from Auburn University and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. Lee Ann has over 25 years of experience in urban design, retail, commercial and residential architecture, including projects in Philadelphia, Boston, Tampa and Santiago, Chile. She has served on recent design juries at both Auburn and Georgia Tech and maintains an interest in the relationship between practice and education. She serves on the Dean's Executive Board for the Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction and has served on the Capital Campaign Committee for Auburn University CADC.
Michael Gamble is a registered architect, co-owner and the studio’s creative director. He is a tenured Associate Professor of Architecture at Georgia Tech. Michael received a 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. His love of design at all scales is evident in his practice and teaching.
Amber Einarsson joined G+G Architects in 2011 as a project manager. She has received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture, both from Georgia Institute of Technology. She has over 8 years of experience, including residential, multi-family residential, commercial, hospitality, non-profit, planning, and interior design. Amber is a detail-oriented designer with an interest in sustainability, fabrication, and building science.
Kasia Zycinska is an associate architect and associate creative director. She moved to the US from Poland 10 years ago. Kasia received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture from University of Memphis in 2009 and a Master in Architecture from Georgia Tech in 2013. With her extensive travel abroad, visual arts, graphic design, and architecture experience, she offers a unique perspective on design and the practice of architecture. Kasia is interested in the inhabitation of residential spaces and the sense of domesticity they create.
Ian Fralick is an associate architect and project manager currently pursuing his license and an associate member of the American Institute of Architects. In 2009 he received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and in 2013 a Master of Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology. Ian’s interests and expertise include urban design and planning, as well as ecologically and socially sustainable design.
Will Gravlee received a Master of Architecture degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2012. His background in graphic design and residential construction adds to an already extensive collection of ability and knowledge found at Gamble + Gamble. Will’s interests include residential, graphic and furniture design.
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.