12/8/2016 | Posted at 10:07 am

Office Holiday Card Contest 2016

The office holiday card contest began last year with the intention of giving all of our employees a chance to participate in the company’s holiday communications.  We asked our designers to create a card design that represented “GGLO’s Next 30”- a design that speaks to GGLO’s forward-thinking mentality and introduces GGLO’s new Los Angeles office. We received a total of…

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11/16/2016 | Posted at 10:25 am

GGLO has opened an office in Los Angeles

Story published by Lynn Porter, Journal Staff Reporter at the Seattle DJC Seattle architecture firm GGLO has opened an office in Los Angeles — a car-centric city that loves single-family houses — with the aim of proselytizing for density. LA has a huge population in a sprawling area and needs more market-rate housing, so GGLO…

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11/14/2016 | Posted at 9:50 am

AIA & ASLA Recognize GGLO for Community Design

Within a week two GGLO projects have won design awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects Washington Chapter and the American Institute of Architects Seattle Chapter. Both awards represent GGLO’s belief that design inspires community. Bridges@11th was awarded a Merit Award within the ‘Residential Design Multi-Family’ category at the 2016 WASLA Professional Awards. This…

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8/16/2016 | Posted at 11:34 am

Step It Up!

Let’s Celebrate #GGLOnext30 & #SDF2016 GGLO and Harbor Steps present STEP IT UP! a series of interactive public design installations and performances planned to stimulate, engage and move the Seattle community for two weeks in September as part of the Seattle Design Festival and GGLO’s 30th Anniversary celebration.     Design installations and performances are designed for…

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6/7/2016 | Posted at 9:58 am

Bike Month Remembrance 2016

What’s more fun than racking up miles riding your bike in Seattle’s beautiful weather? Getting some sweet awards for doing it in GGLO’s annual Bike Month Competition of course! Today we formally celebrated the winning team of the Bike Month Competition, team Will Bike 4 Food. These rugged riders clocked in a total of 1,630…

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6/2/2016 | Posted at 12:32 pm

Bike Month Week 4 Winner

For everyone participating in Bike Month, Memorial Day was the last day to ride for miles. Seattle was full of sunshine, giving bikers no reason skip a trip! On Tuesday, the last lottery winner for this years’ Bike Month Challenge was selected….. Sam Beadel! What type of bike do you ride? Torker Interurban. It’s my ‘intro’ commuter bike. Only…

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5/26/2016 | Posted at 9:05 am

Bike Month Week 3 Winner

With 5 days left in May, Bike Month is coming to a close. With participation from 35 employees, GGLO currently ranks 71 of 732 organizations in the Bike Everywhere Challenge. Our bike riders have logged over 4,000 miles in 849 bike trips and burned over 200,507 calories! In this week’s lottery drawing for Week 3 participation, Robert…

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5/19/2016 | Posted at 9:05 am

Bike Month Week 2 Winner

Bike Month Week 2 is in the books, and this week’s lucky winner is Hans Fagerlund. Han’s rider profile: What type of bike do you ride? The bike I typically ride to work is a Specialized Secteur that I’ve had for 5 years. It’s been a great entry level road bike, reasonably priced, comfortable to ride…

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5/11/2016 | Posted at 10:53 pm

Bike Month Challenge 2016

This year’s annual Bike Month kicked off last week with bagel breakfast and lots of bikes. 37 bikes are filling up our bike room and lining our office hallways. For the most part Bike Month in our office is a friendly bike challenge where our staff are encouraged to ride as much as they can…

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4/22/2016 | Posted at 3:30 pm

Thirty Years of Equitable Design: Earth Day 2016

Happy Earth Day! Whether you’re planting trees or pondering how to implement more sustainable activities in your daily life, Earth Day is always a great time to stop and think about what we can do to make our communities better. That is why today we ask that you consider not only the impact of sustainable…

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