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
web port: http://portarchitects.com/
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.
web CAMES/gibson: http://camesgibson.com/