Gill, Gordon

Gill, Gordon

(1964–)
Canadian American architect and an associate partner in the Chicago office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, where he led design teams on award-winning projects such as the Virginia Beach Convention Center, Virginia Beach, VA and the Pearl River Tower, Guangzhou, China. After working with Adrian Smith and Robert Forest at SOM, the three opened their own firm in 2006 to pursue the design of high-performance, energy-efficient, and sustainable architecture, such as the Masdar City Headquarters Building, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
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Scorers for the Wearsidfers were Nesbitt (3), Sumner (2), Anderson, Gill, Gordon, Snowball and Drysdale.
Roger Brownhill, Melvyn Sandford, Robert Slater, Alan Bates, Roger Gill, Gordon Lancaster, John Watson, David Edmondson, Robert Holmes, Billy Law; (middle row): Diane Barret, Jean Newby, Linda Swallow, Monica Brabener, Joan Lit-tlewood, Jenifer Rawnsley, Celia Kaye, Mary Tinker, Christine Nowell; (front): Barbara Mitchell, Sandra Haigh, Elizabeth Bray, Joan Pearson, J.
Lloyd posits her analysis of Mallarme the poet and the man within the framework of literary biography, and as a complement to the many biographical studies of Mallarme available today--such as those by Henri Mondor, Austin Gill, Gordon Millan, and Jean-Luc Steinmetz--her inquiry focuses on the image Mallarme actively projects of himself as a poet in the numerous letters he wrote to friends, colleagues, and the poets and artists whose work he most admired.
Those are Alan Davidson, Marian Chantler, Alan Hynd, Maria Lonsdale, Jeff Bell, Linda Nicholson, Geoff Proud, Wendy Baxter, Alan Dugdale, Sandra Donaghy, Alan Watson, Norma Gill, Gordon Begg, Hazel Evans, Michael Thompson, Pauline Snailham, Michael Fairley, Christine Douglas, Michael Dennison, Carol Wilson, Jimmy Hamilton, Margaret Laurensen, Jimmy Cunningham, Mary Bourne, Tony Latimer, Beatrice Devlin, Brian Bertram, Doris Wilkinson, Colin Kennedy, Margaret Hackworth, Leslie Sands, Ann Wilson, Barry Gray, Anne Fortune, Derek Sweeting, Lydia Southern, David Drinkeld, Gwyneth Spanswick, Eileen Lombard, Margaret Fearon.
The smooth running of the competition has been taken on by Syd Gill, Gordon Lake and Arthur Heslop with great success.
The following names of those pupils from those happy days were: Alan Davidson, Marian Chantler, Alan Hynd, Maria Lonsdale, Jeff Bell, Linda Nicholson, Geoff Proud, Wendy Baxter, Alan Dugdale, Sandra Donaghy, Alan Watson, Norma Gill, Gordon Begg, Hazel Evans, Michael Thompson, Pauline Snailham, Michael Fairley, Christine Douglas, Michael Dennison, Carol Wilson, Jimmy Hamilton, Margaret Laurensen, Jimmy Cunningham, Mary Bourne, Tony Latimer, Beatrice Devlin, Brian Bertram, Doris Wilkinson, Colin Kennedy, Margaret Hackworth, Leslie Sands, Ann Wilson, Barry Gray, Anne Fortune, Derek Sweeting, Lydia Southern, David Drinkeld, Gwyneth Spanswick, Eileen Lombard, Margaret Fearon.