Alastair Reilly brings more than twenty years of architectural and urban planning experience. His focus on research informed design allows him to find innovative sustainable solutions to complex building types. He leads design on WM+P’s most innovative sustainable projects, including NASA’s Sustainability Base, Google Master planning and workplace strategies, VMware’s Corporate Campus, and is involved in a range of design initiatives globally including Park 20I20 in the Netherlands.
Through advanced technology, research and overarching sustainable principles, Alastair brings to bear added financial and ecological value to global projects. He aims to create progressive, eco-effective architecture through a collaborative and multi-disciplinary approach. His experience includes large-scale, high-rise and mixed-use urban developments, campus workplace, hospitality and residential projects. He has also taught sustainable architecture at Catholic University on their entry into the DOE’s Solar Decathlon Competition, and advised corporate leaders and business groups including P&G and Google on sustainable strategies. Alastair has extensive project management experience in commercial base building. His background in construction enables him to develop unique design criteria into buildable architecture.