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David Greusel: The Work of Architects and the Common Good

September 16, 2013

By David Greusel with Milton Friesen

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.

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