G r a m l i c h  D e s i g n  &  P l a n n i n g 
                

                                                                                   


                                                                                             

P e t e r  G r a m l i c h ,  M .  A r c h . ,  L E E D  A P
Portland and Bend, Oregon                    541.350.2800
peter.gramlich@pcc.edu

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Peter formed Gramlich Design & Planning in Oregon in the spring of 2000 and serves as owner and sole proprietor.  Prior to moving to Oregon, Peter worked in Boston in the offices of Stubbins and Associates and HDS and Associates, and in Stuttgart and Leipzig, Germany, specializing in mixed-use architecture and urban planning.  He earned his Master's in Architecture from Arizona State in 1993 and his B.S. in Architecture from Penn State in 1990.  He received his certification as an Accredited Professional in LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) in 2009.

Peter teaches architecture and sustainability at Portland Community College.  In February 2012, he joined Marylhurst University as an Adjunct Faculty member in their MBA in Sustainable Business program.  He also taught architectural design at Central Oregon Community College from 2000-2006. He completed a term on the Bend City Council in January 2009, where he worked toward smart and sustainable planning policies and ensuring equity for all citizens, and became the state of Oregon's first City Councilor to post his full voting record online.

Prior to his City Council term, Peter served on the City of Bend Planning Commission, is a past two-term Deschutes County Planning Commissioner and is past board chair of the smart-growth group Friends of Bend and the Deschutes County chapter of the environmental advocacy group Oregon League of Conservation Voters.  He was a Board member of the Building A Better Bend lecture series and was actively involved in the Bend 2030 Community Visioning process as a Board member.

Peter resides in southeast Portland with his family.  They can be found on their bikes, in the mountains, and above all, checking out waterfalls.


 
                                 








                                                                                    

                                                                                         

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