Glenn Robert Lym Architect AIA/PhD

Bios: Exhibited Work

  • Spring-Summer 2009 "Small Firms / Great Projects" (Ling Winick Decks and Remodel) National AIA Convention, San Francisco and American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
  • February 2007 "Small Firms / Great Projects" (Octavia Housing & Lym House) San Francisco Galleria and American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
  • November 2002 "Small Firms / Great Projects" (Part & Whole) San Francisco Contract Design Center and American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
  • September - December 2000 "Small Firms / Great Projects (Franicevich / Rodriquez House & Lym Remodel) San Francisco Contract Design Center and American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
  • April-August 1998 "Small Firms / Great Projects? (University of California Berkeley Hearst Greek Theater Seismic Feasibility Study) San Francisco Contract Design Center and American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter.
  • Feb-May 1996  "New Structures"  (Black House) Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA
  • March-May 1996  "Recent Work"  (Ney Remodel) Chapson ArtVision Ltd. Galleries, San Francisco
  • Nov-Dec 1994  "Small Firms / Great Projects"  (Black House & Ney Remodel) American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
  • April - June 1994  "Recent Work"  (Gong Remodel) Chapson ArtVision Ltd. Galleries, San Francisco
  • 5 October 1993 through 28 January 1994  "Small Firms / Great Projects,", LIMN Gallery & American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
  • 3 March to 10 April 1992  "Small Firms / Great Projects," American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter
  • June to August 1985  "Precocious Houses: Four Recent Works by Bay Area Architects," Oakland Art Museum, Oakland, California
  • May to July 1985  "Bay Region Architecture: 100 years,"  Northern California Chapter A.I.A.
  • March 1983  "Northern California Entrants, UCSB Art Museum Competition"  Philippe Bonnafont Gallery and Northern California Chapter A.I.A./San Francisco  Sally Woodbridge curator
  • April - October 1981  "Western Home Awards"  Traveling Exhibition   Cities in Arizona, New Mexico, California, Oregon, and Washington
  • April 1980  "Four Young Bay Area Architects,"  Wurster Hall Galleries, University of California Berkeley