Gregory Marinic, Ph.D., is an architectural theorist, scholar, educator, and practitioner whose work is focused on the intersection of architecture, interiority, obsolescence, adaptive reuse, and geography. Dr. Marinic is Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Interiors and Associate Professor in the College of Design. His New York-based multidisciplinary design practice, Arquipelago, has been awarded by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, American Institute of Architects, and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture; as well as exhibited in the AIA Center for Architecture in New York, Estonian Architecture Museum in Tallinn, Seoul Dongdaemun Design Plaza, TSMD Architecture Center in Ankara, National Building Museum in Washington, D. C., and elsewhere. Prior to establishing Arquipelago, he worked in the offices of Rafael Viñoly Architects, Gensler, Tsao & McKown Architects, and ABS Architects.
Dr. Marinic holds a Ph.D. in Architecture from Texas A&M University, a Master of Architecture from the University of Maryland, and a Bachelor of Geography/Urban Planning from Ohio University. His critical essays have been published in AD Journal, Journal of Architectural Education, Design Issues, Journal of Interior Design, AIA Forward Journal, International Journal of Architectural Research, IntAR Journal of Interventions and Adaptive Reuse, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, and elsewhere.