GREG G. HALL, PHD, AIA, NCARB
Congratulations to Greg G. Hall, PhD, AIA, NCARB for his appointment to the AIAS Board of Directors as the ACSA Liaison.
will be officially sworn in as a Board member at the 2014 AIAS Grassroots Conference.
Greg Hall is a Paris Prize and NCARB Award winning architect, educator, and administrator with extensive experience in practice, administration, research, accreditation, and regulation at local, regional, and international levels.
Prior to joining the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) as chair of architecture and professor of architecture, Hall served as director, education at the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) where he was responsible for administration of the Council's education programs.
has extensive experience working on large international projects.
has lived in and worked on architecture projects in Africa, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, the UK, and the US with many notable firms including two Pritzker Prize winning architects, Jean Nouvel and Renzo Piano; one of the six major Japanese contractors, Takenaka Corporation; and the US Department of State
has also practiced independently in the US.
Hall is a registered architect (GA, NC, and SC) and holds an NCARB Certificate.
He received a Ph.D. from the University of Hong Kong, where he was also a Fulbright Fellow, and a B.Arch. from the University of Texas at Austin.
Hall has taught at the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Hong Kong, the Universidad del Istmo, and SCAD.
has spoken at many architecture schools and architecture organizations in the US and overseas.
In addition to cross-departmental graduate and undergraduate courses in design, construction technology, and professional practice for architecture, interior design and historic preservation students, Hall
developed and taught new courses on architecture design management and global architecture practice-subjects with critical relevance to students preparing for practice in today's international economy.
continues to develop new educational tools and approaches; he
and SCAD architecture and interactive game design colleagues were recognized with an NCARB Award for an interactive game of professional practice.
The project has received national and international recognition in journals such as Architectural Record
and was noted in the 2013 AIA Foresight Report as an innovative way to address critical practice issues.
In addition to the Board of the American Institute of Architecture Students, Hall also serves on the Board of the Architecture Foundation of Georgia.