Catherine Baker, AIA
Landon Bone Baker Architects
After receiving her Bachelor of Architecture from Ball State University, Catherine Baker earned a Master of Arts in Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. Both disciplines share some fundamental underpinnings that pertain to the work of Landon Bone Baker Architects; understanding people, understanding problems, making connections, and developing programmatic solutions. In 2002, Catherine became a Principal at Landon Bone Baker Architects where she is using these skills to develop a direct neighborhood outreach program, which fosters better-informed communities while simultaneously gathering the data that informs design.
Catherine is active in Chicago’s architectural education community. For over 10 years she taught an architecture class in partnership with Lane Technical High School and Marwen that concentrated on urban design and neighborhood study. She continues to volunteer and support high school programming at the Chicago Architecture Foundation; She was a member of the advisory team at the Chicago Architecture Foundation that developed “The Architectural Handbook,” an award-winning architectural curriculum for the Chicago Public Schools, acts as advisor and judge for the Newhouse Competition and is also a founding mentor for Marwen’s Art at Work program.
Catherine serves on the Board of Directors at the Chicago Asthma Consortium and is currently coordinating efforts between health experts, builders, developers, and architects to design healthier living environments. She also serves on the Chicago AIA Board of Directors. She is President of the College of Architecture and Planning Alumni Society at Ball State University and also serves as a member of the Department of Architecture Chair’s Professional Advisory Committee.
David Woodhouse, FAIA
Woodhouse Tinucci Architects
David has been widely recognized for his architectural work in the Chicago region for a series of innovative public projects that reflect, respect and celebrate the values of the communities his designs serve.
He received his BArch from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1971 in a program that included study at the École des Beaux-Arts in Versailles, France. He then joined Stanley Tigerman and Associates in Chicago, where he became an Associate before leaving in 1978 for Booth/Hansen and Associates where he was Senior Associate and Vice President. In 1987 he founded a partnership which became David Woodhouse Architects in 1990. He was advanced to membership in the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 1999. In 2007, David Woodhouse Architects received the AIA Chicago Firm of the Year Award, before becoming Woodhouse Tinucci Architects in 2014.
His projects have been recognized with numerous design and historic preservation awards, publications in architectural periodicals and books, and exhibitions here and abroad. He has served on numerous architectural design and historical preservation award juries, has contributed articles to several architectural periodicals, and has been a faculty member at Archeworks. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Illinois Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture as well as a frequent lecturer and visiting design critic at other universities.
Juliane Wolf, AIA
German architect Juliane Wolf designs and advocates for built structures that simultaneously serve the community and the environment. Leading designs from the Chicago office, Juliane brings expertise in the design of sustainable public spaces, urban residential towers, and complex visitor-serving organizations.
Juliane is a graduate of the Architectural Association (AA) in London, where she received a Master of Science in Sustainable Environmental Design and remained following graduation to teach as Unit Master at the Diploma School. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from IIT. Juliane has served as a juror for the American Institute of Architects (AIA), participated in panel discussions at the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) National Conference, and lectured at the Chicago Committee on High Rise Buildings (CCHRB) and the Chicago Building Congress (CBC).