Glenn Robert Lym Architect AIA/PhD

Bios: Lym Resumé

Work Experience

  • 1986 - Present  Principal,  Glenn Robert Lym Architect  A.I.A.,  San Francisco, CA
     
  • 1978-86  Esherick, Homsey, Dodge and Davis   Architects and Planners  San Francisco, California;  Associate (from 1982), Member, Board of Directors (from 1984 - 86);
    w/ Management and Design Participation in:
  • 1985 - 6  Rand Corporation Headquarters,   Santa Monica, California
  • 1985  Walnut Creek Campus, Golden Gate University,  Walnut Creek, California
  • 1985  Micro Computer Room, Golden Gate University  San Francisco, California
  • 1982 - 5  Deer Valley Village and Inn  Deer Valley Resort,  Park City, Utah
  • 1982 - 3  Fillmore Entertainment Center, San Francisco, California
  • 1982  Master Plan for the Exploratorium,  San Francisco, California
  • 1982  The Bottling Works Condominiums,  Park City, Utah
  • 1979 - 81  Silver Lake Center and Snow Park Center  Deer Valley Resort, Park City, Utah
  • 1980  Design Guidelines, Deer Valley Resort Park City, Utah
  • 1980  Castle Pines Condominiums Castle Pines, Colorado
    Team member in:
  • 1982  Navy Meteorological Building Navy Post Graduate School, Monterey,  California
  • 1979  Foster House,  Modesto, California
  • 1979  Resort  Arashi, The Island of Aruba
  • 1979  Strawberry Hill Condominiums,  Tiburon, California
  • 1978  Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, California
  • 1978  Gorilla World  San Francisco Zoo, San Francisco, California
     
  • 1979 - 80   Visiting Lecturer  First year graduate design studio, Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, California
     
  • 1977   Draftsman / Designer, Eugene Lew and Associates   San Francisco, California
     
  • 1975 - 6   Draftsman / Designer, Donald  E. Olsen and Associates  Berkeley, California
     
  • 1971 - 75   Contractor / Carpenter   Danbury, New Hampshire
     
  • 1965    Draftsman / Designer, Sym Van der Ryn  Architect  Berkeley, California
     
  • 1965   Draftsman / Designer, John Fisher Architect   Berkeley, California
     
  • 1964   Draftsman / Designer, Richard C. Peters Architect    Berkeley, California
     
  • 1960 - 63 (summers)   Model maker, DeMars and Reay  Architects and Planners    Berkeley, California 
     

Professional
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ffiliations

  • June 2009, LEED Accredited Professional, Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI)
     
  • March 2009, Certified Green Building Professional, Build It Green
     
  • October 1987  Invited Jury Member  San Joaquin Chapter A.I.A. Annual Design Awards Program  Fresno, California
     
  • 1982 - Present  Member  American Institute of Architects Northern California Chapter, San Francisco, California
     
  • 1979 - Present  Licensed to Practice Architecture, State Board of Architectural Examiners, State of California
     

Birth Place

  • June 24, 1944    Berkeley, California
     

Education

  • 1975  Ph.D.  Social Psychology   Department of Psychology and Social Relations, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
     
  • M.A. [Social Psychology]  1971
    N.I.M.H. Graduate Fellow   1971-1972
    N.D.E.A. Graduate Fellow  1967-1971
     
  • 1967-1969  Candidate Ph.D City and Regional Planning  Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
     
  • 1967  B. Architecture  College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, California
     
  • 1962  High School Diploma  Berkeley High School, Berkeley, California
     

Academic Honors

  • 1967  Departmental Citation   Architecture Department, University of California, Berkeley
     
  • 1967  Phi Beta Kappa,  University of California, Berkeley
     
  • 1966  Eisner Prize for Creativity in the Arts   University of California, Berkeley
     
  • 1965  A.I.A. Scholarship   University of California, Berkeley
     
  • 1964  Strong Memorial Award in Architecture  University of California, Berkeley