Jeff Bone A.I.A.
Jeff is a principal in the firm of Landon Bone Baker Architects, a practice known for its community-based, affordable and environmentally responsible housing and design work in Chicago and the region.
With the belief that good design should be available to all, the firm has successfully balanced context, technology, and economy in its work – while bringing a strong sense of ownership to the residents of a wide variety of new and rehabbed affordable, subsidized, and supportive housing developments. The firm has won a number of design awards including the Richard H. Driehaus Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design and the AIA Chicago Distinguished Building Award.
Jeff has served on the City of Chicago Code Committee, was chair of the AIA Chicago Education Committee, and is a past recipient of the AIA’s Young Architect Award. He is also a board member of Archi-treasures, a non-profit collective of artists, architects, educators and community organizers who serve Chicago neighborhoods.
Cecelia lives in Kanas City, Mo . She is a registered architect in both Missouri and Illinois. She recently launched her own architectural practice focusing on the needs of people facing life changing events, that require changes to their living environment. “Architects can be so wrapped up in design concepts that do not address their client’s needs. I want to be the person who bridges aesthetics with real life needs.”
For her full bio see - http://homefreehome.org/our-members/volunteer-members/missouri/
Downers Grove, is a licensed architect in Illinois and Wisconsin. 12/12 Architects & Planners began with one small project in 2003. Since then, their client base has grown, along with the size and scope of our work. Everything from front porches to brand new homes to restaurants, offices and church renovations. Working in their own back yard to all over the area – they are growing, and happily so. See http://www.1212architects.com
She is a member of: American Institute of Architects, American Planning Association, American Institute of Certified Planners, Downers Grove Chamber of Commerce, DuPage Housing Action Coalition, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
She is frequent guest speaker at local high schools and colleges and a presenter at public service events about working with an architect. Cinda is a former faculty member at two local colleges, teaching in the CAD and Interior Design programs. She a graduate of the University of Idaho (B.Arch) and the University of Illinois at Chicago (M.UPP). Cinda was recognized as the 2000 AIA Northeast Illinois Outstanding Associate Member and has been noted in a number of articles in the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, Forbes, Money, Remodeling Magazine.
Cinda has volunteered with Homes for Our Troops and Habitat for Humanity. She volunteers for HomeFreeHome because she has family members with disabilities. She says “I completely understand the need for help and I hope to put my skills to good use”. She is dedicated to her family, her community and the provision of affordable, comfortable and well-designed housing for all. She lives in Downers Grove with her two young children and her husband, who is also an architect.