Bill Prelogar decided on a career in architecture in childhood, when he realized how much he enjoyed looking at home plan books in his mother’s library, examining the elevations and renderings and imagining how they related to the completed home. After receiving his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas, he joined NSPJ Architects in 1972. His first project for NSPJ was the Tuileries Apartments in Overland Park, Kansas, and that early experience with higher density housing sparked a career-long interest. Bill understands the importance of designing projects for developers with a clear understanding of their target market and the economic impacts of architectural decisions relative to market demands.
Bill has served on the Architectural Review Boards for Thornhill, The National, and Siena, and the Design Review Committee for Briarcliff West and Lloch Lloyd. When not engaged in architecture, he enjoys taking part in Kansas City’s vibrant live music scene.