David Gauld’s award-winning projects include retail stores, public buildings, private residences, and loft apartments. Recently completed projects include a mountainside house in Asheville and the expansion of the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Graduate School of Design, Gauld worked for the eminent Japanese architect Arata Isozaki on the design of several museums, including the Guggenheim Museum SoHo. Gauld’s own work is strongly influenced by Isozaki, who was Gauld’s teacher and mentor at Harvard and then employer. The two have continued to collaborate on projects since Gauld established his own office. “I worked on many projects with Isozaki, which are reflected in the serene spaces and clean detailing of my designs,” he says.