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Architect , educator

John Nicholas Vinci, American architect, educator. Registered architect, Illinois, Missouri, Michigan, Pennsylvania, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

Background

Vinci, John Nicholas was born on February 6, 1937 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Nicholas and Nicolina (Camiola) Vinci.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1960.

Career

Draftsman Skidmore, Owings, Merrill, Chicago, 1960-1961. With City of Chicago, 1961. Stencil restorer Crombie Taylor, Chicago, 1961-1962.

Designer Brenner, Danforth, Rockwell, 1962-1968. Architect Vinci, Inc., 1977-1995. Partner Vinci/Hamp, Architects, Inc., since 1995.

Lecturer Roosevelt University, 1969-1972, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 1972-1990, adjunct professor, 1999.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Illinois, Missouri, Michigan, Pennsylvania, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

Membership

Board directors Music of Baroque, Chicago, 1976—1987, Mies Van Der Rohe Society, since 2003. Member advisory committee Commission on Chicago Architectural and History Landmarks, 1971—1983, Millennium Park, Chicago, since 2000. Executive secretary Richard Nickel Committee, since 1972.

Chairman Howard Van Doren Shaw Society, 1994—2001. Member Friends of the Farnsworth House, since 2001, Landmark Preservation of Illinois. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

Member Society Architectural Historians, Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, Art Institute Chicago, The Corporation of YADDO, Chicago History Society, Arts Club of Chicago.

Connections

father:
Nicholas Vinci

mother:
Nicolina (Camiola) Vinci