George McLaughlin

George McLaughlin spent his childhood trolling the beaches of Sagaponic, Long Island. A Texas born Architect and Urban Designer, McLaughlin was trained in architecture at U. C. Berkeley. McLaughlin worked for the renowned landscape architect, Lawrence Halprin from 1964-1973. He worked with the SF Redevelopment Agency from 1980-1985, on the India Basin project, and Hunter’s Point. McLaughlin was then employed by Brown McDaniels, concentrating on affordable housing. George finished his career developing projects for Taubman Developers, concentrating on successful high-end shopping centers including Stamford Court, CT. and eventually the World Trade Center shopping mall.

caricature by: Tyler Wilson