Willard Williams is a licensed architect in California and Washington.
He works for a large general contractor in Seattle, Washington, where he is a VDC coordinator.
After graduating from Cal Poly Pomona, Willard worked on projects ranging from data centers, hospitals, and mixed-use developments to luxury homes—with a little of everything in between. Now with a major focus on technology within construction and architecture.
Architecture has always been a passion of his. Since a very young age he has been fascinated by space, light, and textures. Some of the architects that have influenced his design language are Daniel Libeskind, Thom Mayne, Michael Folonis, Gary McGavin, and Ray Kappe.
Another passion has been motor sport racing, and the heritage of Porsche racing, and the Porsche company as a whole. While attending architecture school, Willard worked at a Porsche racing garage, Glenn Yee Motorsports, and learned a lot about material science, engineering, fabrication, logistics, leadership, building great things, and building great teams.
His passions and experience have brought him to one of the oldest professions known to mankind: architecture. His goal is to provide the people that he interacts with the best of his experiences, to make their experiences memorable and amazing.