Biography: John Grove
John Grove has defined his leadership in the firm’s technical capacities and modes of design expression through a legacy of precisely executed and award-winning works over a twenty-year period. He has shaped many of Reed Hilderbrand’s most technically sophisticated projects, including Harvard’s Naito/Bauer life sciences precinct, MIT’s Koch Institute and North Court, the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York, the Charles River Pier at Boston's Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, and a long list of private commissions that have garnered national attention for their exemplary craft and character. John holds degrees in fine arts and in landscape architecture from University of Virginia, where he learned to unite a painter’s eye with a builder’s vision. He remains a steadfast proponent of the role of hand %%drawing%% in exploring and visualizing design outcomes, while incorporating the increasingly diverse digital toolkit at the office's disposal into the design process.