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Gregory R. Curran, AIA

Senior Project Architect

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Greg joined the team after working for a firm a third the size of JKRP in Baltimore, a city about a third the size of Philadelphia. He is thrilled to be in Philly, which he considers his “hometown” since he grew up in Swarthmore, a tiny suburb that’s just a 30 minute train ride away on the R3. His love for the city is evident in the thesis work he did at Penn State, which focused on stoop living and community in a Philadelphia neighborhood. When Greg is not working he likes to grow as many vegetables as possible in a tiny city apartment or is off visiting friends and family who seem to have scattered across the country.

Who’s the one person in history that you would want to sit with on a plane to California?

Stan Lee.

What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

Rented a car, taught myself how to drive stick in a parking lot (automatics were much more expensive), got used to driving on the wrong side, and drove my friends and me from north of London to Stonehenge.

Favorite office supply?

Binder clips, duh.

Favorite vegetable?

Haven’t met a veggie I didn’t like.

What’s your dream vacation place you have never been?

Anywhere I can see the Northern Lights.

What’s the thing you like least about architecture?

Filling out questionnaires for website bios.