Ted Panton



Deep in abilities and broad in experience, Ted is a true asset to our GGLO team.


Ted joined GGLO in 2000 and became Design Director in 2013. He has extensive experience in community-based design with an emphasis in resolving complex programmatic, environmental and entitlement considerations. His work as an architect has made him a strong advocate for design solutions centered on urbanism, livability and user engagement.

Ted has been involved in the planning and design of numerous mixed-use urban infill projects in Seattle and Western Washington. He served as Chair of the Northwest Design Review Board in Seattle from 2009 through 2013. Inspired by design as a positive influence on health and well-being, Ted has collaborated with numerous groups including the New York-based Center for Active Design.