The design team at Indigo Republic is proud to have architect Wayne Goo onboard, as design and architecture form a necessary symbiotic purpose in an award-winning design firm. Wayne has the expertise to bridge the collaborative design process with high-performance technologies, code logistics and team- management skills.
A founding partner at WORKSHOP-HI, LLC, Wayne has also served as Senior Associate and Senior Project Manager for WCIT Architecture and as an Associate at WATG Architecture Interiors Planning & Design.
Wayne Goo’s list of awards and honors covers architectural and design projects in hospitality, healthcare, residential, retail, and institutional developments, both foreign and domestic. He has led as project manager for the Howard Hughes Waiea Condominium and the AIA- Award-of-Merit-winning master-plan renovation of the Sheraton Waikiki and Royal Hawaiian Hotels. Internationally, he has served as project manager on a number of projects such as the Park Hyatt Dongqian Lake development in Ningbo, China.
A graduate of the University of Oregon, Wayne Goo holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and served on the AIA Honolulu Board of Directors (2012 – 2013). He sits on the Board of Trustees of the Historic Hawaii Foundation and previously served on the Punahou Alumni Association Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Hawaii Hotel & Lodging Association.
Wayne lives in Honolulu with his wife, Melissa and their two “demon kittens”, Bull and Dozer. When Wayne can find some spare time, you’ll see him playing tennis or out riding his Harley. Now that their children are all grown, he can take time to baby his ’66 Mustang – a car lover’s dream of design and architecture.