Matthew Henning Griffith [Principal of in situ studio] is a 1996 graduate of Davidson College (BS Mathematics) and a 2002 graduate of the NCSU College of Design (MArch), where he concentrated in Urban Design and was awarded the Kamphoefner Fellowship, the Dean’s Award for outstanding service, the Faculty Design Award, and the AIA School Medal. Before founding in situ studio, Matt served as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Arkansas (2002-2004), and worked in the offices of Marlon Blackwell Architect (2002-2006) and Frank Harmon Architect PA (2006-2010).

In 2004, he received the Boston Society of Architects Unbuilt Architecture Award for his design of a community center for Camden, New Jersey. His previous professional experience covers the full range of design services, from feasibility study to project management and construction administration. Matt has managed and designed several award winning projects in his previous offices, including the AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design, for which he was project designer. Matt’s areas of expertise include programming and site analysis, schematic design, construction detailing, physical modeling, writing, and graphic design.

Matt lives with his wife, Ashley, and their three children in a mid-century modern house 2.5 miles east of downtown Raleigh. He currently serves as Professor in Practice at the NCSU School of Architecture.