Gregory Cook, AIA, CCHP
"I am most drawn to the opportunity to influence lives in a positive way by providing design solutions that support rehabilitation and re-entry into society. The expectations of our criminal justice system are changing, and I’m excited to work with the talented architects that are leading the response from the design community."
Greg is a recognized thought leader in justice facility planning and design, having written and spoken extensively on restorative design concepts that positively influence the human experience.
Both an architect and engineer, Greg has practiced architecture, engineering and design for nearly 20 years, on a wide range of project types. He has cultivated dynamic and highly collaborative relationships with clients, resulting in unique projects that solve programmatic complexities and fulfill aspirations. Passionate about justice architecture, he says, "I focus on the quality of design and the clarity of the process to achieve results."
A member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Greg has served on several committees within AIA, including the Emerging Professionals, Research and Technology, and Communications subcommittees. He will serve as the 2018 chair of the Academy of Architecture for Justice and will chair the annual conference in 2019.