Greg Kochanowski is a principal at Roger Sherman Architecture + Design. He has over 14 years
of experience in urban design, landscape, commercial, institutional, and residential projects, and was the Project Designer for RSAUD’s RePark proposal for FreshKills Landfill End Use Plan (in
2002), Railyard Park in Santa Fe, NM (2002), a new public space/entry to Toledo, OH (2005),
and others.

In 2005, Greg was a recipient of the Young Architects Forum Award from the Architectural
League in New York, and his work will be published in a forthcoming book from Princeton
Architectural Press. In 2003 he was a finalist for the Dinkeloo Fellowship at the American
Academy in Rome for his proposal “VISCO-CITY: the Entropic State of Contemporary Public
Space”. Currently, Greg is a Senior Lecturer at Otis College of Art and Design where he teaches
classes on design, technology, and material ecologies. He has also taught at the Southern
California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), UCLA, Woodbury University, and the Boston
Architectural Center. Greg received his Masters of Architecture from UCLA Summa Cum Laude
in 1999 – winner of the AIA Henry Adams Gold Medal – and also attended Temple University
(B.S. Arch, Summa Cum Laude) and Rice University, respectively.