Greg is a licensed architect and aspiring landscape architect in the State of California. He has been practicing for over 23 years, and currently is a Studio Director with Rios Clementi Hale Studios in Los Angeles, bringing to the studio strong design and critical thinking sensibilities on a wide range of project types of varying scales, complexities and disciplinary orientations. Specifically, his work and research seeks to holistically combine the techniques and strategies of architecture, landscape architecture, and urbanism to create unique, forward thinking environments that build upon and enhance the specific qualities of a place. In addition, he co-leads RCHS' Research Committee which explores new initiatives and thinking around trans-disciplinary design. His current research focuses on resilient environments that create synergies between natural systems, infrastructure, and development.
Since 2002, Greg has been a Senior Lecturer at Otis College of Art and Design, where he teaches design studios focusing on the relationship between landscape and architecture, as well as seminars on structures and material systems. He has previously been on the faculties of the Boston Architectural Center, Southern California Institute of Architecture, Woodbury University and UCLA’s Department of Architecture and Urban Design. Greg's work has been recognized and published nationally and internationally within all three disciplines - architecture, landscape, and urban design, and exhibited in both the Venice (2010) and Rotterdam (2009) Biennales, as well as other venues, and he has received recognition from prominent organizations including the Young Architects Forum Award from the Architectural League of New York. In October of 2018, he led an education session at the ASLA National Conference in Philadelphia entitled “Fires, Floods and Slides: The Other Impacts of Climate Change". This research seeks to engage the unique challenges of climate change within the Southwest United States, as well as Central and South America. Greg holds a Masters in Architecture from UCLA.
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