Michael Grogan is a Boston-based architect and LEED accredited professional, in practice for almost two decades. After working with numerous firms throughout the US, he founded Michael Grogan Architecture in 2008 with a focus on renovations and adaptive reuse in addition to new construction projects. Also, since 2011 he has collaborated with the Kripper Architecture Studio on many commissioned and competition projects throughout the world, including a joint proposal for the 2012 Land Art Generative Initiative competition which was published in a recent book.
Licensed in Massachusetts and New York, Mr. Grogan holds a Master of Architecture degree from Yale University and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arkansas. He has been a faculty member at School of Architecture at Northeastern University since 2007 and was recently on the faculty at both the Rhode Island School of Design and Wentworth Institute of Technology.