Gregg Pasquarelli

SHoP Architects, Founding Principal | New York City, United States

About

Gregg Pasquarelli is a founding principal of SHoP. He has been at the center of a collaborative and innovative practice in creating new models for design, master planning and real estate development. Pasquarelli has led many of the firm’s most complex and dynamic projects, including in New York, the Porter House, Barclays Center, the East River Waterfront Esplanade, Pier 17, the American Copper Buildings and the skyline-defining supertalls 111 West 57th Street and the Brooklyn Tower. His global work includes the new Fulbright University Vietnam, GoCo Active in Sweden, new towers in Rotterdam, Miami, Toronto, and Los Angeles. Pasquarelli has been a professor of architecture for more than 20 years at Columbia, Yale, and UVA. He received a Bachelor of Science from the School of Business at Villanova University and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University. Pasquarelli is a lifetime honoree…

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CTBUH Designated Expert

CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Keynote Speaker (Middle East 2018)

Innovation Conference, Speaker (Chicago 2018)

CTBUH Initiatives

Facades+ New York City

Facades+ New York City

16–17 April 2015

Videos

22 October 2018

What Does a Smart City Look Like?

The concept of a “smart city” includes a huge array of devices, technologies and concepts. How might it all work together in a cohesive way?...

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Videos

22 October 2018

Beauty and Finance: Post Mannerism in Skyscraper Design

Building design and devlopment started with small scale conceptual research projects where inspiration and effectiveness, art and technology, and beauty and finance not only co-existed,...

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Videos

30 May 2018

Streets Take to the Sky and Dance: American Copper Buildings, New York City

The American Copper Buildings present two bold and dynamic residential towers on New York City’s East River. Clad in copper, this living material will patina...

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