EMERGING VISIONS 2014_ CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB_GRAHAM FOUNDATION_AIA CHICAGO







On behalf of the Chicago Architectural Club in partnership with the Graham Foundation and AIA Chicago, we are proud to announce this year’s selected EMERGING VISIONS:




Christopher Marcinkoski and Andrew Moddrell


PORT Architecture + Urbanism



Christopher Marcinkoski, Director

Registered Architect, State of New York
M.Arch, Yale University
B.Arch, The Pennsylvania State University
Christopher Marcinkoski is a founding director of PORT A+U. Previously, Mr. Marcinkoski was a senior associate at James Corner Field Operations (JCFO) in New York City, where he led much of the office’s large-scale master planning and urban design work.
Mr. Marcinkoski’s body of work at JCFO includes the winning competition entry for the planning and design of the 18 square kilometer QianHai Water City district of Shenzhen, China; Brookfield Properties West Side Rail Yards Master Plan which included the design of 14 acres of public open space at the edge of Manhattan overlooking the Hudson River; the planning study of a 200-acre mixed use development including 120 acres of public open space in Stockholm, Sweden; the winning competition entry, master plan and public approval for the transformation of a 4,500-acre former penal farm into one of the world’s largest urban parks in Memphis, Tennessee; the planning and design for the redevelopment of a 1.25 mile stretch of arterial roadway in the London Borough of Croydon; and framework planning work on the 2,000-acre San Juan Knowledge Corridor, which includes the master planning and phase one design of an 85-acre Science City district at the heart of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Mr. Marcinkoski is currently an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Previously, he taught design studios at Yale University, the Pennsylvania State University and the Boston Architectural College. Mr. Marcinkoski has lectured throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia on a variety of themes regarding contemporary issues of urbanism.
Mr. Marcinkoski holds a B.Arch with distinction from The Pennsylvania State University and an M.Arch from Yale University, where he was awarded the H.I. Feldman Prize for Design Excellence and the Christopher Tunnard Fellowship for Achievement in Urban Planning. In 2004, Mr. Marcinkoski was awarded the prestigious Skidmore, Owings and Merrill Fellowship for Urban Design. He was editor of Perspecta 38 | Architecture After All (MIT Press, 2006).

Andrew Moddrell, Director

Registered Architect, Illinois and Colorado
M.Arch, Yale University
B.Arch, The University of Kansas
Andrew Moddrell is a founding director of PORT Architecture + Urbanism. He is currently leading a diverse range of PORT’s public realm design projects including a 51-mile planning study for the Los Angeles River Greenway; the design and construction of a 14-acre civic venue in Denver’s City Park; and an OpenLands study for the Calumet River region in Southeast Chicago. Mr. Moddrell is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois-Chicago where he teaches seminars and design studios related to contemporary issues of urbanism. Before founding PORT A+U, Mr. Moddrell was a project architect and project manager at Garofalo Architects and UrbanLab as well as a Research Associate at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
He recently represented PORT A+U in Washington D.C. as part of the advisory panel for the National Endowment for the Arts inaugural "Our Town" initiative that awarded millions of dollars to be invested in communities that are supporting the arts as part of a community revitalization strategy. Mr. Moddrell holds a B.Arch with distinction from The University of Kansas, where he was awarded the Thayer Medal for Architectural Design, and an M.Arch from Yale University, where he was awarded the H.I. Feldman Prize for Design Excellence.


























  • LA River Greenway 2020














  • Re-Cultivating the Forest City













  • What About The Valley?



















  • Helsinki South Harbor





















  • Parque Caracas La Carlota
















  • National HEDGE
















  • Carbon T.A.P. / Tunnel Algae Park















  • The Pierscape at Navy Pier













  • 21st + Tasker Civic Hub










  • PHS Civic Landscapes










  • I Love GLC (Great Lakes City)








  • Envisioning the Titletown District










  • Gateway National Park
















Grant Gibson
CAMES/gibson



Grant Gibson 

As sole partner of CAMES/gibson, Grant Gibson is entirely responsible for the firm's design trajectory and financial strategy. In addition to overseeing the daily intellectual and aesthetic production, he also handles all client inquiries and relationships. Beyond his work at CAMES/gibson, Grant is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he teaches design and building technology courses.
Prior to founding CAMES/gibson, Grant was a project architect and manager at Garofalo Architects, where he oversaw the design and construction of a variety of projects, ranging from multi-family housing developments to small art installations to Olympic venue planning. His work with Doug Garofalo can most notably be seen in the development of Wabash Valley’s Urbanscape Furniture and the Sanders Residence in Jefferson City, MO and realizing UN Studio's design of the Burnham Centennial Pavilion.

Gibson is a registered architect, who graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He has prior degrees from Purdue University in Architectural Engineering and Construction Engineering Technology.









 



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