Michael Francis Gebhart Architects
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Mr. Gebhart is practicing as an architectural design and planning consultant, working locally and internationally with leading firms on corporate offices; cultural, academic, sports facilities and residential projects. He has worked on a number of invited competition winners.

Mr. Gebhart believes creative architectural design solutions evolve through the interactive process merging the client’s mission, the program requirements and the site’s context dynamics.

His experience working with with leading modernist Architects, The Architects Collaborative, Hideo Sasaki, Eduardo Catalano, Hugh Stubbins and Ralph Rapson, provided a broad range of project type knowledge.

Previously, during his twenty-year career with The Architects Collaborative (TAC) in Cambridge, he worked on some prestigious National projects such as the Johns-Manville World Headquarters in Denver (now Lockheed-Martin); master plan and addition to the Johnson Wax Complex in Racine, Wisconsin; ATT/Bell Laboratories in Freehold, New Jersey; the Oklahoma State University 21st Century Center for Agriculture and Renewable Natural Resources (Noble Research Center); the Harvard University Athletic Facilities competition; Copley Place in Boston: the Abu Dhabi National Library and the Museum: US Embassy Addition in Cairo, Egypt.

Recent design work with premiere architecture and engineering firms, such as: Dar Gulf Consult Architects Engineers Planners, Anwaar Al Ghanin Consulting Engineers, Kuwaiti Engineers Office, Pan Arab Consulting Engineers, Carter Burgess/Jacobs and The Associated Engineering Partnership has provided a wealth of international experience.

Mr. Gebhart was a Visiting Critic in Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He holds a Master's Degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Minnesota, and attended the University of Colorado.

Michael Francis Gebhart FAIA Emeritus, NCARB

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