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David Greusel: The Work of Architects and the Common Good

From the Archived "Cardus Audio" Series

September 16, 2013

In this interview, Greusel reflects on whether architecture is a luxury service, how the profession has changed during his tenure, and the ways that architects can contribute to the common good.

Audio Length: 00:27:05


David Greusel has worked as an architect for more than thirty years with several Midwestern firms of varying sizes. He is founding principal of Convergence Design, a Kansas City-based practice specializing in places where people gather. While with another firm, he was lead designer for two major league ballparks: Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros, and PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 2009, David was named a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects.

In this interview, Greusel reflects on whether architecture is a luxury service, how the profession has changed during his tenure, and the ways that architects can contribute to the common good.