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Founded in 1998, Assemblages has sought to integrate design of all forms and disciplines.

Craig L Bacheller II and Leigh-Anne Gillis, based in Silicon Valley, California, have a wide variety of Projects from architecture, interiors, furniture, and multi-media projects.

Recent notable endeavors have included The Hills at Vallco in Cupertino and the New Stanford University Hospital in Palo Alto.

Among corporate clients, other notable clients include non-profits for The Storefront for Art and Architecture, the Civitella Ranieri Foundtion, Waterkeeper Alliance, and the International Center for Urban Ecology.

Residences for Robert F Kennedy Jr, Kerry Kennedy Cuomo, Barry Scheck, and film-maker Andrew Karsch.
Craig L Bacheller II spent the past fifteen years working closely with Rafael Vinoly both in New York City and the California Offices.

His experience includes running the California offices for the residential mixed-use projects such as the Hills at Vallco. He was responsible for the 34-story Waterline Residential Tower in New York City,  and large-scale hospitality, residential, commercial, and hospital developments from the UAE to New York to California.

For the MGM Development in Abu Dhabi, there were seven towers of residential, hotel, and boutique hotel towers that formed a circle with a meshed rotating screen to shade the property. At the University of Chicago, he participated in closing out the Booth School of Business and construction documents for the New Chicago Hospital.

When designing the Novartis Oncology Consolidation Project, he developed a unique stepped structure as two intertwining spirals that Architecture Magazine named one of the best buildings built in the past 125 years as part of their 125-year anniversary.

Leigh-Anne Gillis spent the last eight years with Rafael Vinoly Architects after having tenured time with Gensler and HOK.

On the Vallco redevelopment, the largest green roof 50-acre, “The Rise” project in Cupertino, California, she oversaw a consultant team of 65+ people, met with the various stakeholders from corporate, retail and below market rate housing advocates, real estate advisors and developed the construction documents for the overall project completion.

She managed the Stanford New Hospital team to deliver the new hospital project with California OSHPOD oversight and entitlement.

Prior to working with RVA, she worked on small to large-scale projects for distinguished clients as the Tadao Ando renovation of The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Goldman Sachs’ new Corporate Headquarters Tower in Lower Manhattan, the Corporate Headquarters of McKinsey & Company, multi-story interior renovations of various top Law firms such as Skadden Arps, McDermott Emory & Will, and Gibson Dunn as well at the New York Headquarters for the Robin Hood Foundation.

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