Scott Glazebrook Promoted to Principal
Scott Glazebrook, Principal, brings over 20 years of leadership as an architect and urban designer. He has worked on numerous project types including master planning, commercial, libraries, churches, schools, and medical facilities, but his deepest expertise lies in creating livable multifamily communities from concept through completion. He has recently served as conceptual design lead and project manager for Modera Redmond, a multi-family project with a complex design review process; and Redmond Square, a 600-unit high-visibility mixed-use residential project whose large size required nimble problem-solving. These and other projects showcase Scott’s skill at both the aesthetics of design and the complexities of managing and reconciling multiple voices to deliver on client goals.
Scott received his Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences with emphases in Urban Geography, City Planning, and Environmental Design from San Diego State University, and his Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin. He also spent several years as a Senior Planner for downtown San Diego, has taught at Woodbury University School of Architecture, has volunteered as a community representative on several planning committees and councils, and was appointed to serve on a committee of city-wide importance by the Mayor of San Diego. Scott is a member of the American Institute of Architects and Urban Land Institute, and is LEED AP.