Greg is a licensed architect, landscape architect, urbanist, and educator in the State of California. He has been practicing and teaching for over 25 years with projects spanning a wide array of scales, typologies, complexities, and disciplinary orientations.
He lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on design and has led education sessions at both the ASLA and AIA National Conventions focusing on the Wildland Urban Interface, and the fire, flood, debris flow weather cycles experienced in Southern California on a recurring basis. This research seeks to engage these unique challenges of climate change within the West & Southwest United States, Australia, Central and South America, and globally. Most recently, he has published a book on the subject entitled “The Wild”, which examines the physical, political, economic, and environmental impacts of climate change in Los Angeles.
Greg is a Partner and Design Principal at GGA+ in Pasadena, and Founder of The Wild, a 501(c)(3) non-profit research lab focusing on the impacts of the climate crisis in urban environments.
This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Wild Fires with Greg Kochanowski.
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