WEB EXTRA: An Interview with Reed Kroloff

Reed Kroloff visited Kansas City recently to participate in a forum organized by the AIA KC called Time to Work. The outgoing dean of the Tulane University School of Architecture and former editor-in-chief of Architecture magazine, Kroloff arrived in New Orleans a year before Hurricane Katrina and played a role in citywide planning and rebuilding efforts. Here, he talks about the impact of the hurricane on his life and work.

Kansas City, MO – Reed Kroloff visited Kansas City recently to participate in a forum organized by the AIA KC called Time to Work.

The outgoing dean of the Tulane University School of Architecture and former editor-in-chief of Architecture magazine, Kroloff arrived in New Orleans a year before Hurricane Katrina and retained 97 percent of the school's students and 100 percent of the faculty at Tulane after the storm and also played a role in citywide planning and rebuilding efforts.

Here, Kroloff talks about the impact of the hurricane on his life and work.

Note: Reed Kroloff was recently appointed director of Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum, effective September 1, 2007.