Gary Diebel, AIA Architect
Gary Diebel, AIA has lead project teams through the entire architectural process from conceptual design through construction for steel, concrete, and wood buildings. He is a licensed architect, a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Mr. Diebel was selected by Architectural Studio Head, Daniel Libeskind, and studied with scholarships at Cranbrook Academy of Art, earning the degree of Master of Architecture. Cranbrook is renowned for its architecture and considered among the best graduate programs in the country with an international reputation. At the University of Minnesota, Diebel received the degree of Bachelor of Architecture with High Distinction.
A Design Arts Grantee from the National Endowment for the Arts and a Progressive Architecture Emerging Architect, Diebel began his career working with noted architects David Salmela, FAIA and Edward Kodet, FAIA.
Gary Diebel’s architectural designs have been exhibited (New York, San Francisco, Detroit, Minneapolis, and Honolulu) and published, including a project in Sabrina Soto Home Design
book, Weekend House
by Penelope Rowlands and Palo Alto Weekly article Architects' tour showcases cutting-edge designs
. An interview, California Cool,
was published in Green Building and Design Magazine. Mr. Diebel has appeared on the Home & Garden Television Network (HGTV). Gary has received architectural awards and is a winner of multiple design competitions. A house he designed was featured on the 2017 Silicon Valley Home Tours.