New to both the city of Buffalo and the university, Gregory Delaney is a recent graduate of The Ohio State University’s Knowlton School of Architecture, where he studied architecture (B.S. in Architecture, 2008) and architecture criticism (M.A.S. in Criticism, 2010).
His most recent project, POD house, is currently on exhibit at the Center for Science and Industry in Columbus, Ohio, and was featured in the book Nano House: Innovations for Small Dwellings. The POD house was a design-build collaboration among students and faculty in both architecture and engineering at The Ohio State University. As a folly in the outdoor science park to a children’s museum, the POD house was designed as an interactive tool to teach kids and families about living smaller, more efficiently, and the value of architecture and design in the built environment.
When Greg’s not at UB, he’s exploring Buffalo - forcing students out of the classroom and into the city - not just in celebration over Buffalo’s rich history of architecture, but in the search for opportunities presented by the post-industrial, Rust Belt city. He is currently working on the research and documentation of the city’s most enticing architecture, landscape and urbanism to both engage and provoke Buffalo’s architecture tourists and enthusiasts.