Reed Kroloff, AIA, is a Principal at Jones/Kroloff and an independent architectural consultant and commentator.
- Formerly served as Director of the Cranbrook Academy of art, Dean of the Tulane University School of Architecture, and Editor-in-Chief of Architecture magazine which received more awards for editorial and design excellence than any magazine of its type
- Taught at Arizona State University, as a tenured professor, and the Assistant Dean; he received the first-ever “Award for Academic Excellence” from the Arizona chapter of the American Institute of Architects
- Serves on numerous boards and advisory councils, ranging from the Register of Peer Professionals of the United States General Services Administration to the Public Architecture Foundation, and he has been actively engaged in the effort to rebuild New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
- Holds degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Yale University, and has practiced architecture in Texas and Arizona and received the American Academy in Rome’s 2003 Rome Prize Fellowship
Last updated 8/25/16