Our founding principal John Vinci was featured as one of Newcity magazine’s Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago for 2016.
VHA has been selected to direct a comprehensive renovation of the Illinois’ Governor’s Mansion. This distinctive Springfield building has fallen into disrepair after years of deferred maintenance. The project addresses structural, MEP and code-related shortcomings while restoring the building to its 19th century grandeur.
The Mid-North Residence was honored by AIA Chicago with a Citation of Merit in the Distinguished Building Award category. This adaptive reuse of a historic commercial complex.
VHA’s latest exhibition design for the Portland Art Museum, “Italian Style: Fashion Since 1945,” opens on February 7th.
VHA’s renovation of the Illinois State Capitol’s West Wing received the AIA’s National Honor Award for Interior Architecture. This is the highest honor a project can receive from the AIA, and the second time VHA has been recognized for our work at the Capitol. Our restoration of the legislative chambers earned the honor in 2008.
VHA principals John Vinci and Philip Hamp were named “Chicagoans of the Year in Architecture” by Blair Kamin, the Chicago Tribune’s architecture critic.
John Vinci was honored with the AIA Chicago Lifetime Achievement Award at the 59th annual Designight Gala in the Grand Ballroom of Navy Pier. Watch he and Geoffrey Baer discuss John’s career in architecture and ongoing preservation work on Chicago Tonight.