Vincent Calabro is a project leader working for the Studio in San Francisco. Vincent grew up in the suburbs of Cleveland where he spent his youth eating his mother’s delicious Italian food, helping his father out on various construction projects, and riding his bike in circles with his brothers and friends. He went on to the University of Cincinnati to receive his Bachelor of Science in Architecture, graduating magna cum laude, and then to Yale for his Master of Architecture, where he won the Alpha Rho Chi Medal. Along the way, he spent time in New York, Laguna Beach, Copenhagen, Philadelphia, Rome, and San Francisco.
In 2013 Vincent happily returned to the Midwest to join Studio Gang where he has served in a key role on many of the Studio’s large-scale projects, including significant contributions to the design and construction administration of the University of Chicago Campus North Residential Commons. Other projects include the Vista Tower and Solstice on the Park.
Outside of the office Vincent has continued research into the intersection of technology, nature, and design and their impact on society and culture. He is the co-author of an article on finance and architecture with Alejandro Zaera-Polo in Perspecta 47: Money and presented at the Corporeal Texture conference at the University of Cincinnati. He’s still raving about his mother’s cooking, relishing any opportunity to create, and riding his bike (less in circles this time) on the hills of San Francisco.
Registrations & Certifications
Registered Architect, Ohio