“The process of architecture entails the architect listening to the wants and desires of their clients and translating them into beautiful designs that lift the spirits of those who live in, work in, or simply experience the built work.”
– Gregory John Burke, FAIA, NCARB, President
An award-winning architect, Greg Burke is principal architect and President of Gregory John Burke | ARCHITECT, PA, located in Vero Beach, Florida. His firm, and the large prestigious firms he formerly worked with, have served clients from small families to Fortune 500 companies. Projects where he served as designer and/or project manager total more than 10 million square feet at an adjusted value of over $2B.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated Greg to the College of Fellows in 2018 for his leadership in advocacy, diversity, and mentorship. This distinction is given to less than three percent of all architects. His seminal article “Architects Who Overcame Disabilities” was the first-ever article published by a non-staff member of AIA for AIA Architect magazine and the AIA website.
A graduate of The Ohio State University’s Knowlton School of Architecture, Greg earned a BS in Architecture with a minor in history of art. Service to his varied communities has extended from the school house to the state house at local, state, and national levels. Extensive travels throughout the United States, Europe, China, and the Caribbean inform and shape his design philosophy.