Paul Endres, FAIA SE LEED AP
Reaching across the lines that segregate professions, Paul both designs buildings and perfects innovative structural concepts, carrying Endrestudio projects from inception to built form, and collaborating with other designers to achieve their visions.
His projects include private residences, pedestrian bridges, science museums, and schools, and he has pioneered structural concepts such as a torquing spiral helix, ziggurat bar stair designs, floating roofs of cable and wood, and glass bridges. Paul’s design merges philosophical, architectural, and engineering processes into projects that perform with elegance and simplicity.
In addition to being a licensed architect, civil engineer, and structural engineer in multiple states, Paul held the Morgenstern Chair at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, where he lectured and conducted a design studio refining his work on structure and space.
Dave Campbell, PE
Dave is a designer and educator working at the seam of architecture, engineering, and computation. He is interested in testing the role that computational methods can play in improving collaboration between designers and builders to achieve remarkable spaces. He is as likely to be casting fabric shells as he is to be scripting dynamic ribbing based on isostatic stress contours. His work at endrestudio encompasses a variety of scales and typologies and involves concept development, technical exploration, visualization, construction administration, and project management.
Luke has experience in architectural design and representation on residential projects, institutional and civic buildings and pedestrian bridges. His responsibilities include drafting, 3D modeling, rendering, and structural analysis. Luke is interested in computational frameworks for resolving structural, architectural and experiential agendas. His background in parametric modeling and iterative design processes contribute to Endrestudio’s culture of curiosity and innovation.
Thomas brings to Endrestudio past experience in educational, industrial, and civic architecture, along with forays in construction consulting and facilities management. In previous work settings, he has designed and overseen the installation of building enclosure components, sometimes of novel or non-standard geometry. Academically, Thomas has investigated 3D scanning, digital fabrication, algorithmic form-finding, and computer-based evolutionary optimization.
University of California, Berkeley, CA M.S in Structural Engineering, Mechanics & Materials
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH B.S. Architecture
Reese has worked for architecture and engineering firms as a designer and software developer, and is currently working across disciplinary boundaries at Endrestudio. Interested in materials and fabrication techniques, he has explored processes from molten lead and curved plastic folding to CNC mills and 3D printers.
Jenna has an interdisciplinary background in the arts and humanities as well as experience in publications, team management and education. She has experience in art installation design, engineering and fabrication. Her responsibilities with Endrestudio include design, research, marketing, structural analysis, and administrative work. She enjoys woodworking and handcraft design.
With a detail-oriented mind and a highly observational eye, Yi crafts vivid renderings, exceptional 3D models and finely-tuned drawings. Yi also dedicates herself to the structural analysis and calculation reports, CAD drafting, detail drawing and project 3D modeling.In addition to her creative and productive abilities, Yi is EndreStudio’s master organizer and has been working for the better part of months on our project organization, firm portfolis and reference libraries.