Graham Greene, AIA LEED AP BD+C
Graham began his professional practice in Chicago in 1980 with Lohan Associates, formerly the Office of Mies van der Rohe, an architectural firm working on major modernist commissions throughout the world. In 1989, he formed a practice in Dallas focusing on the sustainable design of housing, education and community planning with a focus on the vitalization of urban cultures in the future through the creation of project prototypes. In 1995, his firm consolidated with the Oglesby Group to form Oglesby | Greene Architecture.
Graham received a Master of Arts in Architecture from Tulane University, New Orleans and has continued to expand his education through involvement with the Collaborative Processes Institute, the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture and Dean's Advisory Board at Tulane University. He also has served as a Visiting Instructor of a graduate design studio at UT Arlington School of Architecture and has been both speaker and panelist on issues of design and sustainable urban vitalization strategies with the Urban Land Institute and other national design conferences.
Through professional work Graham has earned a variety of awards, including an AIA/Dallas Honor Award for Outstanding Achievement, City of Dallas Urban Design Award, several AIA/Dallas Design Awards, UTA School of Urban & Public Affairs - Urban Entrepreneur Award, CLIDE Award, Preservation Dallas Achievement Award, 'Chautauqua' Award for Historic Preservation, AIA/Dallas Firm Award and the Texas Society of Architects Firm Award.
Graham is active in the community with memberships in the American Institute of Architects, United States Green Building Council, Green Space Design and has served on the Board of Trustees for The Dallas Institute of Humanities & Culture, Saint Alcuin Montessori School and currently on The Dallas Arts District, Forest Heights Community Development Corporation, M – Line Trolley and the Undermain Theater Boards of Directors.
He is a Registered Architect in the State of Texas, member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED | Building Design & Construction Accredited Professional.