Woodhouse Tinucci Architects
David Woodhouse, FAIA. Principal
Woodhouse 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 as Senior Associate and Vice President. In 1987 he founded a partnership that 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 at the Illinois Institute of Technology's College of Architecture as well as a frequent lecturer and visiting design critic at other universities.
David is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Cove School for children with serious learning disabilities. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Ragdale Foundation, the Board of Directors of Landmarks Illinois, the Advisory Design Council of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Chicago Advisory Council of Lake Forest College.
Andy Tinucci, AIA, LEED AP. Principal
Tinucci's passion for building architecture is as strong as his love of designing it. From a family of builders, engineers and architects, Andy has trained in both the construction and architecture professions.
He received his BSAS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1995 and his BArch degree from the University of Arizona in 2001. In 1996 Andy joined Rick Joy Architects in Tucson, Arizona where he spent 6 years designing and building internationally published and award-winning architecture in the incredible landscapes of the desert southwest.
In 2002, he joined David Woodhouse Architects as the Project Architect for the Morton Arboretum Visitor Center. He became partner of Woodhouse Tinucci Architects in 2014. His work has been recognized with awards such as the Architectural Record Houses Award and the AIA Chicago Distinguished Building Award, and it has been published internationally in over sixty publications.
He is currently exploring the role of institutions in our culture as well as the changing shape of architectural practice. In 2004, Andy lectured at the Graham Foundation for the Arts in association with an exhibit titled Golconde: The Introduction of Modernism in India.
Married to an architect turned teacher, Andy has maintained his commitment to architectural education through his appointment as Studio Assistant Professor in the Illinois Institute of Technology's College of Architecture since 2008. Since 2010, Andy has served as the director of the third-year design curriculum where he is responsible for organizing and crafting the content for 130 junior-level students. He has also served as a lecturer and guest at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, the University of Texas at Austin, the Illinois Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the University of Illinois at Chicago.