A University of Illinois and Cornell University undergraduate and Cornell Master of Architecture graduate, John DeSalvo has been practicing architecture since 1988. Living for a decade in Germany, he has worked for some of the leading architects of the 20th century including Norman Foster on the Reichstag project and Helmut Jahn in Berlin and Chicago. Now living in Chicago with his own architectural practice, he is dedicated to a comprehensive approach of integrating technology and sustainability into great design.