Chris Guido is a Principal and joined Booth Hansen in 1998. Chris is a leader of our single-family market sector with homes located throughout North America. Most recently, Chris designed a sustainable, energy-efficient retreat home on a remote island in Ontario, Canada. Since joining Booth Hansen, his knowledge of residential design and deep understanding of how people live has transferred to create several successful multi-family projects, such as 61 E Banks and 443-447 Arlington. Chris has also made significant contributions to other projects ranging from higher education (Northwestern University, School of Education, Learning Collaborative, Roosevelt University, University of Chicago Graham School, and The Goddard School) to hospitality to urban planning. One of many career highlights is his role in the renovation of Old St. Patrick’s Church, a historic landmark which was a recipient of a National Honor Award for Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects.
Chris leads the firm’s award-winning participation in the annual CANstruction event, a fundraiser for the Greater Chicago Food Depository. His leadership brings teams together and leads to creative CANstruction designs.
Chris earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University and is a licensed Architect in the State of Illinois.