William Mungall Architecture


Landry Design Group’s William Mungall

Current Projects

William Mungall is an architect based out of Los Angeles, CA.  William is currently an AIA, LEED AP Associate at Landry Design Group.  He has been at Landry for twelve years and has worked on projects ranging from modern housing in Singapore to an Andalusia style manor on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  Both of these projects were awarded the Gold Nugget Award for excellence in design.  He is also currently working on other large scale residences in California and Asia.

Beyond his architectural projects, William is also the chair of Landry Design Group’s Sustainable Design Committee.

Architecture Education

William grew up with a family that was constantly traveling around the United States.  Seeing some of the nation’s great architectural marvels in cities like San Francisco, Boston, and New York gave William the desire to pursue architecture as a career.  He completed his undergraduate degree in Studio Art at Kalamazoo College.  During his undergrad years, William also attended the Denmark International Studies program in Copenhagen.  He was the first non-architecture, non-graduate student to be admitted into the program.

Once finished with his undergraduate, William decided to pursue architecture at a higher level.  He attended the University of Michigan and Technische Universität Wien while obtaining his Masters Degree in Architecture.  William took a job with a Chicago based architecture firm out of college before relocating to California and beginning his career with Landry.



The AIA or American Institute of Architects is an organization for architects based out of the United States.  The home base of the AIA is located in Washington, D.C. and is a major player in the U.S. building industry.  William’s membership allows him to practice architecture in the United States and also subjects him to ethical and professional standards designed to encourage excellence in the field.


William is also a LEED AP Associate.  LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is a rating system for determining the effectiveness of “Green” buildings.  The Green Building Certification Institute defines a LEED AP accreditation as being given to someone who “provides employers, policymakers, and other stakeholders with assurances of an individual’s level of competence and is the mark of the most qualified, educated, and influential green building professionals in the marketplace.”


William Mungall on a trip to Rome.