Thomas Gordon Smith has retired from the practice of architecture as of the end of 2015.
Thomas Gordon Smith is a leader in contemporary developments of classical architecture. His work is seen in numerous museum exhibitions and publications. For over two decades, we have based our practice on the classical language of architecture. This approach allows us to solve complex problems and express the aspirations of our clients.
Thomas Gordon Smith Architects believe that contemporary buildings should balance strength, function, and beauty. The first criterion involves structural and durability issues; the second requires the smooth, efficient, and accessible design of complex and varied uses. Achieving the criterion of beauty involves formal and abstract principles of design, and clear engagement with the elements of classical architecture.
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Thomas Gordon Smith of South Bend died on June 23, 2021. Mr. Smith was born April 23, 1948, in Oakland, CA, to Sheldon Wagers and Margaret Prendergast Smith. Thomas is survived by his wife Marika Wilson Smith; they were married on December 19, 1970 in Livermore, CA and recently celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary. He …