William D. RoganARCHITECT
Mr. Rogan has had a diverse career in architecture, urbanism and planning, including renovations, restorations, planning and new construction projects. He has provided design consultation to commercial, institutional, professional and private clients throughout the United States and abroad.
William began his career in New Orleans in 1975 while earning his degree at Tulane University, working on the design of the Louis Armstrong Park Project on Rampart Street next to the French Quarter.
With the firm of Russo+Sonder Architects in New York, then an expanding health-care practice, he introduced a historic preservation component to the practice, earning awards for several projects. In health-care design, he managed, designed and earned awards for several hospital projects and participated in the design of educational facilities at Brown, Vanderbilt and Yale Universities as well. Later he specialized in custom design for retail facilities for a major clothier throughout the United States.
With Peter Drey, he helped design and produce the M West in West Atlanta, a design-inspired townhouse and mixed-use development that led the market in sales.
Rogan has taught design studios in architecture and interior design at New York Institute of Technology, and helped develop housing schemes in Queenstown, New Zealand, Shanghai, China and Atlanta, Georgia; he also participated in educational exchanges and design competitions in Thailand, Cambodia, and China.