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Michael Grogan

Lecturer

Michael Grogan received his Master of Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arkansas. Prior to establishing Michael Grogan Architecture, he was an Associate with Koetter Kim and Associates and has practiced for over 15 years in various cities throughout the US.

Michael’s recent work includes a variety of residential projects in New York and Massachusetts as well as a number of collaborative competition entries. In 2009 he and three collaborators were named Runner Up and Special Jury Selection for the R.I.B.A. sponsored ‘Make Me a Home’ International Competition, and his design for the Ericson Group offices in Memphis, TN won numerous awards. Michael’s early individual work included a series of residences in the Southeast, including a completed home exhibited at the 1997 AIA National Convention.

Michael joined the Northeastern faculty in 2007, has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, and was selected for two Teaching Fellowships at Yale University for undergraduate and graduate level studios. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts and New York, a LEED accredited professional, and a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).

Courses Taught

Graduate Studio 1

Website

www.groganarchitecture.com