Toby Hasselgren, who recently relocated from ZGF’s Portland office to the Washington, DC office, has a unique capability that has allowed him to bring forward ZGF’s core values while anticipating and responding to the new opportunities and challenges faced by our clients and the profession. In his 21 years at ZGF, Toby has played an instrumental role in the development of landmark projects for a growing number of academic institutions, corporate clients, healthcare providers, and government agencies, including the following: Stanford University’s award-winning Central Energy Facility; the Stanford Institutes of Medicine 1, Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building; Stanford’s new campus in Redwood City; City Creek Reserve’s City Creek Redevelopment; Children’s Hospital Colorado’s East Wing Addition; and, most recently, St. Elizabeths West Campus Office Building and Master Plan for the U.S. General Services Administration, Department of Homeland Security. Other clients have included California State University, Pacific Lutheran University, Legacy Health, and Johns Hopkins Hospital, to name a few. As exemplified by his portfolio of LEED Silver®, LEED Gold®, and LEED Platinum® projects, Toby has also been a passionate leader in advancing the firm’s initiatives in high-performance design. Growing up in Gothenburg, Sweden, Toby was inspired early by functional modernism and Scandinavian architecture. He later moved to the U.S. and earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.
Stanford University, Stanford Institutes of Medicine 1, Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, A California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Facility