||William T. Baker
William T. Baker is the Founder and Principal of one of the foremost residential architecture firms in the United States today. He has achieved an international reputation for high-design combined with a keen sensitivity for plans that live well.
Mr. Baker founded his Atlanta based firm, William T. Baker & Associates, in 1985. He has received numerous awards for his work including the prestigious Arthur Ross Award for Architecture in New York City in 1993 and the Urban Design Commission Award for Excellence in Atlanta in 2005. In 2004, he published his first book, New Classicists, an international best seller that has been translated into Mandarin. In 2008, he published a second book, Architectural Excellence in a Diverse World Culture, discussing the principles of architectural aesthetics. He was presented the Philip Trammell Shutze Award for Architecture by the SE Chapter of the ICAA in 2013. Since then, he has published Great American Homes Volumes 1 and 2 featuring more recent work from his portfolio.
William T. Baker enjoys a reputation for the impeccable design of private residences, commercial projects, and historic renovations. His work spans the world and has been featured extensively in print and broadcast media. He writes and lectures on a variety of subjects including architectural design, theory, and the history of architecture.
William T. Baker holds professional memberships in the Institute of Classical Architecture (ICA), the American Institute of Building Designers (AIBD), and the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU).
He has served on the board of a number of community organizations focused on affordable housing initiatives and low-income challenges and holds memberships in several historical societies.