Geoffrey Lloyd Preacher (1882–1972) was an architect prominent in Atlanta, Georgia and the southeastern United States in the design of commercial office, hotel, and apartment buildings.
Notable buildings that he designed include:
Briarcliff Hotel in Atlanta, where Asa G. Candler, Jr. lived later in life
Henry Grady Hotel in Atlanta
Lamar Building in Augusta, Georgia
Medical Arts Building in Atlanta
Rainbow Terrace in Druid Hills, Atlanta, the mansion built for Lucy Candler Heinz, daughter of Coca-Cola founder Asa Griggs Candler
Redmont Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama
Orange Court Hotel (1924), Orlando, Florida. Demolished 1990.
in addition, Preacher's firm designed:
Seagle Building in Gainesville, Florida
McCormick County Courthouse in McCormick, South Carolina
Hotel Eutaw in Orangeburg, South Carolina