Glenn E. Wallace
Glenn E. Wallace, senior vice president for university resources, has led the Savannah College of Art and Design in the design and planning of more than 70 SCAD facilities in Savannah, Atlanta, Lacoste, France and Hong Kong. Under his leadership, historic properties and industrial facilities have been transformed into inspiring spaces that serve the diverse needs of the university community. Notable projects include the SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah; the former North Kowloon Magistracy Building at SCAD Hong Kong; the Maison Basse at SCAD Lacoste; and Ivy Hall at SCAD Atlanta. His design projects for SCAD and for his interior design firm Wallace Designs have been featured in prominent publications, including Better Homes and Gardens, Southern Living, House Beautiful, The New York Times and Papercity. They have also garnered awards for SCAD from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Art Deco Societies of America, the American Society of Interior Designers and the American Institute of Architects, who awarded Wallace and SCAD the AIA Presidential Citation for Sustainable Design. His work at SCAD Hong Kong earned a UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Award for Culture Heritage Conservation. Wallace has been invited to design spaces for Showtime Showcases in New York City, Casa Decor in Miami and Dining by Design, an event sponsored by Elle Decor. He is an active member in the American Society of Interior Designers, the International Interior Design Association, and the International Facilities Management Association. A SCAD interior design alumnus, Wallace also holds a degree in marketing from Francis Marion University.