CHRISTOPHER D. WOODFIN
Chris offers over twenty years of multi-national architectural and design experience from conception through construction supervision in a diverse range of project typography including; mixed-use, institutional, hospitality, commercial, retail, and multi-family residential.
Since joining Pappageorge Haymes Partners (PH) in 2014, Chris has served as project lead on some of the firm’s most visible out-of-town work, including; The Collection, an innovative, multi-phase, mixed-use development comprised of residential high-rise, mid-rise, townhouse, and commercial building components, in Honolulu, Hawaii; 20 Fulton Street East, a modern, mixed-use, mixed-income high-rise complex in Grand Rapids, Michigan; and a new contemporary-styled mixed-use residential tower in Duluth, Minnesota.
Earlier in his career, Chris worked as an intern at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, Illinois, and later as a designer at The Glave Firm and at Bond, Comet, Westmoreland and Hiner Architects, Richmond, Virginia. In 1997, he joined Tecny Group, New York, New York, as senior designer/project manager, and later worked as senior designer/project architect at IA-Interior Architects, and at Solomon Cordwell and Buenz Architects, in Chicago, Illinois, prior to moving to Athens, Greece in 1999. During this time, Chris worked as designer/project architect at K. Kyriakides & Associates S.A. Architects, and continued to work for the firm on a project-by-project basis after he left to become a partner at MWArchitects, Athens, Greece. Chris returned to the states in 2011 and worked as senior designer at BHDP Architects, Cincinnati, Ohio, and later at bKL Architecture, Chicago, Illinois.
Columbia University, N.Y., N.Y., Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, 1997
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, Bachelor of Architecture, 1993
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, Survey/study of modern German architectural practice, 1993
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, One semester travel/study program,Venice, Italy 1991
Licensed Architect, State of Illinois
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)