Skye GillsonArchitectural Designer
Skye Gillson completed his dual master’s degree in Architecture and Construction Management at Arizona State University. He is a member of the Navajo Nation, born for the Tótsohnii (Big Water) and Tó'aheedlíinii (The Water Flows Together) People. Originally from Gallup, NM, Skye has spent a large amount of his younger life running and playing in the foothills across the Navajo Nation.
Since 2022, Skye has been teaching Indigenous based architectural studios at ASU. He has been involved in multiple, diverse projects with local tribal nations through the ASU Indigenous Design Collaborative and has been a consultant with the City of Tempe as a youth advocate for sustainability and place-based learning. At Childers Architect, Skye continues his passion for indigenous place-based architecture and design and advocates for the voices rarely heard.