John Enright

John Enright is SCI-Arc Vice Director and Chief Academic Officer. Previously he acted as SCI-Arc Undergraduate Program Chair from 2011 to 2015. He is a co-founder and principal of Los Angeles-based Griffin Enright Architects, whose work has been published extensively locally, nationally and internationally. The firm has received numerous awards for design excellence, including local and state AIA Awards as well as the 2006 American Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum. Prior to establishing Griffin Enright Architects, he was one of two associates in the firm Morphosis, led by Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne. His contributions have been recognized internationally and include the Science Center School in Los Angeles and Diamond Ranch High School in Pomona. Prior to returning to SCI-Arc, Enright taught at the University of Houston and held a visiting, endowed chair at USC. He was recently appointed as an advisory committee member for the national AIA Educator Practitioners Network, and was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows. Enright holds a B.A. from Syracuse University and a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University.