Associate | LEED AP
Since joining Olson Kundig in 2010, Gus Lynch has worked across a broad range of project types, including large-scale residential, cultural and civic projects.
No matter the client or scale of work, Gus brings his passion for leading meaningful dialogues between clients and design teams. Through this conversation, Gus strives to answer client needs with a high level of design acumen, resulting in projects that reflect the ever-evolving identities of their users. For several years, Gus spearheaded Olson Kundig’s sustainability efforts, working to increase the firm’s commitment to creating legacy buildings that integrate with and support their environments.
Gus’s current work includes a private estate in Malibu, a spiritual congregation center in Seattle, and a fine dining restaurant in Napa. He has contributed to projects that have received national awards and press coverage in publications including Architectural Digest, Financial Times, and WIRED.
- Berkshire Residence
- The Bo Bartlett Center at Columbus State University
- Sid Lee
- 8899 Beverly Boulevard
West Hollywood, California
- Blakely Island Artist Studio
Blakely Island, Washington
- Cyrus Restaurant