Christopher Campbell joined Clutch Design Studio as a Principal Architect in 2011, adding his advanced technical skillset—including Building Information Modeling—to the firm’s repertoire. A graduate of Syracuse University, Christopher started his professional career on the East Coast, working for several firms, including the Hillier Group and Michael Graves. There, he gained experience in healthcare, civil and residential work.
Beginning with sketches and conceptual models, Campbell goes above and beyond the conventional design process, delivering masterful visual interpretations of client needs, each with their own unique sense of place. A fellow alumnus of Fentress Architects, Christopher’s portfolio spans regions and countries, from the LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal expansion to The United States Embassy in Seoul, South Korea.
Today, with more than two decades of expertise working across a variety of types and styles of architecture, Chris has become invaluable as a technical architect with a keen eye for complex and intricate architectural detailing. This expertise is honed by Christopher’s vision to create inspiring spaces that positively impact the lives of others through good design.