Greg Munn, AIA

Architect / Senior Associate
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Greg Munn, AIA

Architect / Senior Associate

Greg has been with BVH since 2001, working on a variety of types of projects, including new design, rehabilitation and many historic structure reports for the National Park Service. Whether new construction, additions or renovations, Greg’s philosophy is grounded in the context of place, time and use.

He was born on the east coast of Canada and grew up living at different times in each of the Maritime Provinces, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. From a very early age, Greg found the architecture of his home region, spanning three centuries, to be captivating as a way of understanding his own social and cultural history. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the Technical University of Nova Scotia, now known as Dalhousie University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. After graduation, Greg worked for Robert Parker Associates, a small Halifax-based architectural firm that specialized in restoration and rehabilitation. He went on to open his own design consulting firm, Greg Munn Designs, in Springhill, Nova Scotia, before moving to Lincoln in 2001.

Greg’s hobbies are painting, genealogy and restoring his ancestral home on Prince Edward Island, a lifetime dream just recently completed.

What is the favorite place you have visited?
Puerto Vallarta.

What are you optimistic about?
I believe that the future of architecture will be the culmination of my two passions: restoration and sustainability.

How do you engage your community?
I am chair of the Historic Preservation Commission for the city of Lincoln.

What is your area of interest or research?
Learning forgotten technologies that would serve as sustainable strategies today and applying those strategies to new architecture.

What is your inspiration?
I am inspired and humbled by the notion that we are part of a continuum in the history of architecture.