Gilchrist Architecture Design Collaborative (GADC) is client centric, design collaborative comprised of licensed Architects, designers and creative forces alike. The firm's founder and managing principal is Graham Gilchrist RA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C.

Mr. Gilchrist is a Registered Architect (RA) with the state of FL and a Registered LEED AP BD+C with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). He is a graduate of Flagler College with a Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design and holds a Professional Master's Degree in Architecture (March) with a Certificate in Sustainability from the University of Florida. He has also worked as an apparel and graphics designer for the action sports giant Quiksilver located in Huntington Beach, CA.

As a collaborative, GADC congruently works as a contracted partner with other firms in the regional area.

As the managing principal of GADC, Mr. Gilchrist believes in offering to clients a lateral and integrated work-flow between the interrelated design mediums of architecture and visual design. It is his core belief that successful design is based on the ability of that design to interrelate its interrelated design mediums or influences. Or in other words, all design is traced and born of other design, no matter what the medium. And successful design, is a recognition of this birth.

Through this approach, GADC chooses to focus specifically on the human scale of interrelated design mediums by providing advanced services in architecture, architecture as perceptual graphics, environmental wayfinding and graphic design.

As Principal in charge of GADC, Mr Gilchirst understands with impunity the importance behind repeat business. No job is too small and no one client more important than another. As a licensed Architect and visual design professional, it his goal to not only meet and exceed his client's design expectations, but their service expectations as well.

Gilchrist Architecture Design Collaborative