Todd Wiltse was awarded his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Washington University in St. Louis, and earned a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon in 1994 with a special focus on sustainable building techniques. Mr. Wiltse has over twenty years of experience on a range of projects, both new construction and renovation, for residential, mixed-use, institutional, and healthcare clients. He has been with the firm for fifteen years and became a partner in 2014.
Mr. Wiltse specializes in designing for the needs of seniors in independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing settings, and has regularly presented the firm’s work at the national Environments for Aging conference.
Selected projects include: Evergreen Place assisted living and memory care facility in Chilicothe, Illinois, Kilpatrick Renaissance independent seniors apartments in Chicago, Heritage Health therapy and skilled nursing facility in Bloomington, the Rebecca Port Faculty-Student Center at the University of Illinois Chicago, and the Station Square transit-oriented development at Prairie Crossing. Previously, he was a team leader on Ross Architecture’s winning entry for the City of Chicago’s “Green Homes” international design competition.
Outside the office, Mr. Wiltse has served as an Associate Adjunct Professor of Building Science at the UIC School of Architecture, and has been a frequent guest studio critic at both IIT and UIUC. He can be found bicycling to and from work in every form of weather that Chicago can dish out.
- B. Architecture, Washington University, St. Louis
- M. Arch., University of Oregon