Team

Liza Kilcoyne

Principal

Liza joined Bill in 2002 to become Gardner Kilcoyne Architects.

“Out of clutter, find simplicity.  From discord, find harmony.  In the middle of difficulty, lies opportunity.”

Albert Einstein

BArch:

Boston Architectural Center, 1988

LICENSURE & ACCREDITATION

NCARB – Vermont

PLACES CALLED HOME

Hartford, Boston, and South Hero

FINDING INSPIRATION

My family and friends


Bill Gardner

Principal

Bill joined Liza in 2002 to become Gardner Kilcoyne Architects.

“There are no design problems; only Architectural Opportunities.”

BArch:

McGill University

LICENSURE & ACCREDITATION

NCARB – Vermont, New York, New Hampshire

PLACES CALLED HOME

Jericho, Vermont

FINDING INSPIRATION

On my boat or on the slopes.


Kelley DesRoches

Project Manager / Designer

Kelley started with GKA in 2003 for 2 years and returned again in 2009.

“No house should ever be on a hill or on anything. It should be of the hill. Belonging to it. Hill and house should live together each the happier for the other.”

Frank Lloyd Wright

BArch:

Roger Williams University

LICENSURE & ACCREDITATION

LEED AP, NCARB ARE (In Process)

PLACES CALLED HOME

Vermont, England, Cyprus, Rhode Island, Connecticut

FINDING INSPIRATION

My children, traveling the world, in the woods and on top of mountains.



David Weissberger

Project Manager / Designer

David started with GKA in 2013.

“Architecture is the art of how to waste space.”

Philip Johnson

MArch:

Virginia Polytechnic & State University

LICENSURE & ACCREDITATION

NCARB IDP & ARE (In Process)

PLACES CALLED HOME

Rhode Island, Washington D.C., Virginia, New Hampshire, Madrid, Vermont

FINDING INSPIRATION

The steamboat Ticonderoga; the zocalo in Oaxaca, Mexico; anything by Gaudi; Mt. Moosilauke; yurts; woodland streams in dappled sunlight; timber framing; the coast of Maine; tiny houses; Fred Collins; Little Free Libraries; New England connected farm houses; Sanborn Library; clothes lines; tessellations; woodworking hand tools; enclosed gardens; front porches; canoes; bicycles; the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth; knots; Art Deco movie palaces, traditional Japanese houses.