During his formative years, Peter witnessed construction first-hand through the many homes his family restored and renovated. This experience ignited a keen sense of interest in materials, the assembly of buildings, and the built environment that ultimately developed into a vocation in architecture.
Prior to joining MGLM, Peter spent time at several distinguished architecture and planning firms including Hart Howerton in New York. Peter’s experience in the commercial, residential, and hospitality sectors include former projects such as the Hotel Hershey’s Grand Expansion and a 30,000 square-foot private residence in East Hampton.
After receiving Undergraduate and Master of Architecture Degrees at Tulane University, Peter continued his architectural pursuits studying at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the North Bennet Street School. Furthermore, Peter expanded his knowledge of his field by studying abroad in Greece and England associated with his next academic pursuit at the University of Notre Dame, which included study in Italy. While earning his Master of Architectural Design and Urbanism, Peter met his future partners, culminating in the formation of MGLM. He currently sits on the board of the Loyola University Museum of Art, the associate board of Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School, and is a member of both the Union League Club of Chicago and the Economic Club of Chicago.