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Jackie Davis

Project Architect

Jackie is an architect who has spent her career utilizing her design abilities to create beautiful and efficient housing for communities throughout the Pacific Northwest and Chicago. She has a passion for uplifting disadvantaged and underrepresented populations through adaptive reuse, community development, and affordable housing.

Jackie recently returned to her hometown of Chicago from the West Coast, where she developed a vast knowledge base of mixed-use, urban, and multi-family housing at the University of Oregon in Portland. She is experience in doing community engagement facilitation with vulnerable communities as well as charette type brainstorming with interdisciplinary technical teams to generate the best ideas across disciplines for our clients.

Jackie grew up on Chicago’s South Side where she attended Morgan Park High School. She continues to be passionate about improving South Side Communities. In her free time, Jackie is active in her local church and recently joined the non-profit board of Open Architecture Chicago.

Jackie is a Licensed Architect in the State of Illinois.

 

Education

Master of Architecture, University of Oregon, 2014

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2012

Study Abroad Experience

France, Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture de Versailles (ENSAV), 2010

Experience

Housing

Home Town

Chicago, IL (Beverly neighborhood)

Current Neighborhood

Hyde Park

Commute

Public Transit or Bike

Favorite Place to Travel

France, Spain, and Turkey

Favorite Architect

Jeanne Gang

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