Chris Marcinkoski
Pennsylvania State University
Department of Architecture

Christopher Marcinkoski joined the faculty of Landscape Architecture in 2010. He is a licensed architect and a founding director of PORT Architecture + Urbanism, an award-winning urban research and design consultancy based in New York and Chicago. PORT synthesizes expertise in architecture, urbanism, landscape and planning to develop innovative solutions to design challenges at every scale of the urban landscape. The work looks to leverage the latent potentials embedded within urban networks related to mobility, energy, water, sanitation and ecology to generate new hybrid forms of collective space and urban public realm.
Marcinkoski holds a B.Arch. with distinction from The Pennsylvania State University and a M.Arch. from Yale University, where he was awarded the H.I. Feldman Prize for Design Excellence and the Christopher Tunnard Fellowship for Achievement in Urban Planning. In 2004, he was awarded the prestigious Skidmore, Owings and Merrill Fellowship for Urban Design. Christopher is the editor of Perspecta 38 | Architecture After All (MIT Press, 2006).
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