——————  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 the past nine 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. She is currently Thesis Coordinator at the Manhattan campus of NYIT. Her recent interview with Rainer Judd was published in Acne Paper, Winter 2012. Greben is a registered architect.