“Like rings that ripple out from a stone dropped in water, each building has circles of audiences. Transformative architecture deeply influences not only the people who live or work in the building, but extends out to neighbors and visitors, to the person who walks by every day, to the surrounding buildings, and ultimately to the city and the skyline."
Gregg E. Jones leads development for landmark corporate headquarters, hotels, and large-scale international placemaking projects, including Residences by Armani/Casa, the American Airlines campus, and Porta Nuova Garibaldi — a modern mixed-use development north of Milan’s city center and home to Italy’s tallest tower. A frequent speaker and panelist, Gregg has taught at Temple University, Yale University, and Harvard University. He received an Associate of Structural/Civil Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Temple University, and a Master of Architecture from Yale University.
Favorite Building: The Torre Guinigi in Lucca, Italy