Vinci Hamp Architect’s work on the Illinois Governor’s Mansion has made the Chicago Tribune’s list of Best Architecture for 2018. Thank you Blair Kamin for the recognition, and congratulations to all who helped make it happen!
Click here for an article from Antiques and the Arts Weekly about the “Art of Illinois”, the first exhibition at the Illinois Governor’s Mansion following VHA’s recent renovation.
Check out the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Fall issue for a note on Vinci Hamp Architect’s renovation work on the Illinois Governor’s Mansion and other important national preservation news.
VHA is proud to have participated in Tadao Ando’s recent Wrightwood 659 project. See Blair Kamin’s review in the Chicago Tribune.
The design of the new Rothko Pavilion and related renovation at the Portland Art Museum continues to develop since its initial concept from 2015. Click here to read about current developments.
Vinci Hamp Architect’s renovation of the Illinois Governor’s Mansion is complete and the mansion has re-opened its doors for tours to the public. Check out this link for a preview of our work.
Philip Hamp chaired the “Honorary Fellows Forum” at the American Institute of Architecture’s Conference on Architecture held in New York City. Honorary Fellows Sathirut Tandanand of Bangkok and Taro Ashihara of Tokyo discussed their careers and respective roles in developing the profession in their countries and throughout Southeast Asia.
The Illinois Governor’s Mansion renovation by Vinci Hamp Architects is nearly complete. Follow this link to an informative and positive review by Chicago Tribune’s architecture critic, Blair Kamin.