Ross Lambert


Ross loves pretty much any physical activity, and has tried everything from football to basketball, baseball, softball, track, Brazilian Jujitsu, soccer, rugby, ultimate frisbee, and circus acrobatics.


Originally from the Detroit area, Ross moved out to Seattle in 2005 and has called it home ever since. Ross studied creative writing at Oberlin College before finding his way to architecture through its digestive system: salvage and deconstruction. After working for years at Second Use in Seattle, where Ross began making furniture out of salvaged materials, he found himself eager to learn more about design.

In 2014 he received his master’s degree in architecture from the University of Washington where he made an award-winning rocking chair and had a number of projects featured in department-wide shows.

Ross loves materials and the processes of creating and is most of all passionate about architecture as a means for creating community spaces. He has found a home in the Northwest and at GGLO that is a great fit with his values and interests.