GREGORY L. KLOSOWSKI
AIA, Senior Associate
Greg offers over twenty-five years of professional experience in single-family and multi-family residential, commercial, hospitality, and mixed-use developments, from pre-design through construction administration.
After earning his degree at Ball State University, Greg moved to California where he worked as a project manager at Berger Detmer Architects and Zack de Vito Architecture, San Francisco, California, and as a part-time consultant at Gray Architecture / GHA, Oakland, California. In 2001, he founded his own Oakland-based architecture and design practice, ellipsis a + d. He earned local accolades for the Michelin rated Spruce and two San Francisco Prize awards while collaborating with Veronica Hinkley Reck (IA). Continuing this collaboration, he later earned acclaim as the Architect of Record and Principal-in-Charge of the award-winning Octavia Court, San Francisco, California, a modern affordable housing complex for the developmentally disabled, partially funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Greg returned to the Midwest, joining Pappageorge Haymes Partners (PH) in 2013. Projects include Kenect Chicago, a 227-unit residential complex consisting of a 14-story high-rise fronted by a triangular shaped low-rise and including 14,000 sq. ft. of commercial space between the two sites; 465 North Park, a modern, elliptically shaped, 48-story, 444-unit residential tower set atop a 4-story podium with 12,000 sq. ft. of commercial space; Fifth + Broadway, a 25-story, 387-unit contemporary residential tower situated atop a 7-story parking and retail structure in downtown Nashville, Tennessee; and 4400 Grove, an 84-unit, mixed-use, mixed-income development in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood.
Ball State University, College of Architecture and Planning, Muncie, Indiana, Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design, 1994. Graduated with Honors and Distinction
Voted top thesis student by the faculty. (Thesis extracts published in American Institute of Architects Students (AIAS) magazine.)
Licensed Architect, State of California, 2004
American Institute of Architects (AIA), Member
AIA Chicago Knowledge Community for Design, Chair