Jason Grossi

Jason GrossiJason Grossi completed his architectural degree with a Graduate Fellowship from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). As an architect, he studied with Dominique Perrault, architect for the French National Library, and apprenticed under Gunnar Birkerts, FAIA. At the University of Illinois, Jason was given the Award in Architecture for his specialization in sacred architecture. His thesis was titled “The Sacred Space of the Franciscan Friary”.

Prior to opening studio g+G, Mr. Grossi worked as project designer for various architecture firms in the Detroit, Michigan area. His experience includes diverse building typologies ranging from corporate university buildings to industrial complexes. He has worked as a strategic planning consultant for General Motors, employing his design expertise for initiatives related to Eero Saarinen’s renowned General Motors Technical Center in Warren, Michigan. He has also been engaged as an adjunct and sessional professor at several Architectural Schools in the Windsor/ Detroit area.

Mr. Grossi opened studio g+G in Windsor, Ontario in 2003. This innovative architecture and urban design studio works globally as one office from two locations – Windsor, Ontario, Canada and Moscow, Russia. Jason’s firm, co-founded with his colleague Alexander Gagkayev, is recognized internationally as an emerging practice. Both Jason and Alexander have broad experience practicing as licensed architects in four different countries.

Jason’s projects at studio g+G have included structures for the arts (including museum, gallery, and exhibition designs), campus and educational facilities, and residential work. Other projects include retail design, office design, master planning, historic preservation, adaptive reuse and industrial design.