Gregory Marinic, PhD is an architectural theorist, scholar, educator, and practitioner whose work operates at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, obsolescence, and social justice. He is Associate Professor in the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning where he serves on doctoral committees and applies his research to teaching a graduate architecture-urban design international studio, research methods in the PhD/MS Architecture program, an adaptive reuse studio focused on the public interior, and history/theory courses. He has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals and books. His scholarship and teaching have been recognized by several awards including the ACSA Diversity Achievement Award and AIA/ACSA Housing Design Education Award. His current field research is based in Mexico City. His multidisciplinary design practice, Arquipelago, has been awarded by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, the American Institute of Architects, and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, as well as exhibited in the AIA Center for Architecture in New York, Center for Architecture and Design in Philadelphia, Estonian Architecture Museum in Tallinn, Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul, TSMD Architecture Center in Ankara, and National Building Museum in Washington, DC. Prior to establishing Arquipelago, he worked in the offices of Rafael Viñoly Architects, Gensler, Tsao & McKown Architects, and ABS Architects. In the New York and London offices of Viñoly, he contributed to RIBA and AIA award-winning civic, academic, performing arts, residential, and aviation projects, as well as by-invitation international competition design teams.
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