——————  Jan Greben has had an independent architectural practice since 2002. Regardless of scale, projects are approached with an interest in the economical use of space and materials and a personal interpretation of modern principles. This leads to projects that are flexible, multi-functional and unexpected. Before founding her own studio, Greben worked in four notable architecture firms in New York City: Aldo Rossi Studio di Architettura, Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, Francois de Menil Architect, and Keenen/Riley.

Greben holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Toronto and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. She has taught Architecture Studio at the New York Institute of Technology for twelve years; developed and taught seminar courses on the architecture of Eileen Gray, Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe; and has co-taught Study Abroad programs in France. Eileen Gray: Conversations, a publication highlighting the work of her seminar students and including a conversation with architectural historians Caroline Constant and Mary McLeod, is forthcoming. Greben is a registered architect.