Grant Gibson is a Chicago-based educator, registered architect, and founding principal of CAMESgibson, Inc., an architecture and design practice committed to creating environments and objects that are cross-pollinated with common social, political, and economic interests, as well as individual experiences and desires. Engaging the full spectrum of the discipline of architecture, Gibson is the author of “A Performed Memoir” and architect for Hyde Park Art Center’s new Creative Wing.
A Dialog of Difference: Reflections on Bruce Goff’s Ford House
Texts by Petra Bachmaier, Leo Berk, Assaf Evron, Grant Gibson, Sidney K. Robinson, David Skidmore, and Mary Woolever
Introducing the Black Bird
A conversation between architect Grant Gibson and his late partner T.E. Cames