People

Jeanine Centuori

Jeanine Centuori, FAIA, UrbanRock Design: Principal-in-Charge, and Project Architect

Jeanine Centuori is a licensed architect in the States of California and New York, and is LEED accredited.  She brings an artful approach to architecture.  In addition to being a principal and founding partner of UrbanRock Design, she is the Director of the Architecture of Civic Engagement center (ACE) at Woodbury University.  Her professional and academic work has been awarded, published, and recognized nationally by peers.  Jeanine’s work experience includes an internship with Toshiko Mori, and noted Dutch architect Hermann Hertzberger.  Jeanine has managed many built projects in the office from their inception through completion.

Russell Rock

Russell Rock, UrbanRock Design: Principal-in-Charge; Project Manager; Project CAD team

Russell Rock is a practicing artist of 29 years.  Most recently, the artwork has been public in nature created in a collaborative manner with Jeanine Centuori.  As well as the artwork, he has performed in the studio as a designer on projects that span from reconfigured backyards to house additions, houses, housing, and art and urban design plans.  He received on the job training under the tutelage of architect Michael Robinson, former head of the Urban Design Center of Northeast Ohio in urban design.  There he worked on several large-scale projects including the Kent Framework Plan, and the Ohio and Erie Canal Heritage Corridor Plan. His Masters of Fine Arts was granted in Painting by Wayne State University.  Russell is a principal, partner, and co-founder of UrbanRock Design where he leads production.  He has managed many projects through fabrication and construction.