George C. Pappageorge

George has spent over three decades working to enhance our nation’s cities, while fostering public awareness and appreciation for architecture. Early in his career, he worked in Chicago as a designer and urban planner.  In 1981, he opened his own firm with David Haymes; leading extensive projects such as City Commons, Embassy Club, and Willow Court.

George is a licensed architect in 14 states and is currently principle-in-charge on large-scale planning and significant residential, mixed-use and retail projects throughout the United States.  At the age of 39, he was one of the youngest members to be elevated to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows.

Over the years, George has lectured at numerous institutions and societies and has served on many design juries. His achievements have been published internationally and have been featured in numerous exhibitions. He has served on the Board of Directors at Lakeside since 2004.