John Campbell Appointed President of Francis Cauffman

The long-time principal will serve as president of the company. Campbell is a specialist in workplace programming, planning and design strategies.

Francis Cauffman, an architecture firm with offices in Philadelphia and New York, recently named long-time principal John Campbell as the firm’s new president. Campbell joined the company 32 years ago.

A workplace strategist

John Campbell
John Campbell

Campbell has become a specialist in workplace programming, planning and design strategies. For clients such as GlaxoSmithKline and W.L.Gore & Associates, he developed innovative workplace configurations that incorporate the technologies and spaces needed for contemporary business. 

“John’s expertise in workplace strategy and his uncanny ability to work with clients’ specific needs have been an invaluable asset to our firm,” said Francis Cauffman Principal Anthony Colciaghi, in a prepared statement.  

Previously, Campbell served as president of the Carpenter’s Co. of the City and County of Philadelphia, the oldest existing craft guild in North America. He earned a Bachelor of Science in architecture and a graduate diploma in urban design from Robert Gordon’s University. He also received a graduate diploma of architecture from Edinburgh College of Art and a diploma in urban design from the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Campbell is a licensed architect in multiple states, as well as the United Kingdom, and a certified interior designer. He also has professional affiliations with the American Institute of Architects, The Royal Institute of British Architects and has a LEED AP accreditation.

Image courtesy of Francis Cauffman