Greg Serweta, AIA




New York

Gregory is bureau's senior associate based in Manhattan with extensice experiences in Tokyo. 
He is an architectural designer in New York City and has been a visiting adjunct professor of architecture at the State University of New York, Buffalo. He has worked on projects with Jeffrey Inaba/INABA, Renata Hejduk/Arizona State University, and Jim Williamson/Cornell University, and on design and master planning projects in Japan and China, at (asap) and Sou Fujimoto Architects. His writing and work has been published in le Journal Spéciale’Z and Intersight and he has taught workshops at Cornell University, Syracuse University, and the University of Pennsylvania. His research in/on Japan is extensive and has culminated in the publication of Homo Ludens Ludens - New Babylon Reloaded: Media Immersion Pods in Tokyo, Japan. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Minor in History from the State University of New York, Buffalo and a Master of Architecture Professional Program at the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University.
The collaboration projects with the bureau have included: Vertical Cemetery: Deathscraper and co-writing Tokyoism's "SOCIETY OF INSATIABLE CONSUMPTION" for Dichotomy 23: Hungry (University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture).