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2012 Center for Emerging Professionals Annual Exhibition

Annual Emerging Professionals Exhibition

The American Institute of Architects, Center for Emerging Professionals sponsors an annual exhibition of architectural work, art, and designs of emerging architectural professionals across North America. This annual exhibition promotes the compelling work of the rising generation of architects and designers and inspires professionals to continue to mentor and engage the many talented and motivated emerging professionals across the country.

The annual exhibition is presented at AIA National’s headquarters, the American Center for Architecture, in Washington, DC. The exhibition is on display from February through the annual AIA Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference.

2012 Selected Works

Please Note: Selected projects are listed alphabetically by project submitter’s last name.

Proxy No. 10
Michael L. Beaman
beta-field and University of Virginia School of Architecture collaboration


Textile Openings
Maria P. Carvallo
Master of Science in Architecture
Thesis - Illinois Institute of Technology


Pop Up Chapel
Hiu Yan (Crystal) Chan
1701 collective


Eisenhower Memorial
Daniel W. Cook
National Civic Art Society, Institute for
Classical Architecture & Classical America’s
Mid-Atlantic Chapter – Eisenhower
Memorial Competition 2011


National Intrepid Center of Excellence
Brenna Costello, Assoc. AIA


Char Cloud
Dima Daimi and Tony Giacco


Bengie Daniels
Latitude Architects, Inc. (Bengie Daniels & Derek Keck) & Object 31 (John Gately & Michael Day)


WestTown Resource Center and Day Shelter
Kenneth B. Dennis
TAP Architecture


Susannah C. Drake
dlandstudio architecture + landscape architectyre pllc


Bat House Visitor Center
Matt Fajkus, AIA
Matt Fajkus Architecture, LLC, in collaboration with Bo Yoon & Jesse Rodriquez


Mueller Living Laboratory
Matt Fajkus, AIA
Matt Fajkus Architecture, LLC (Matt Fajkus, Audrey McKee, Sarah Johnson, Brandon Hubbard)in collaboration with Ulrich Dangel & Tamie Glass


Solstice House
Michael Halflants
Halflants + Pichette Studio for Modern Architecture


Verandah House
Michael Halflants
Halflants + Pichette Studio for Modern Architecture


the urban ARK
Kirsten Halik
Thesis – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University, College of Architecture and Urban Studies


Valley Retreat
Hans C. Herrmann
Hans Herrmann Design


Active Passive House
Eric Holtgard


Residential Bath Renovation
Matthew Philip Horn
Four Brothers LLC


Museum as Pedestrian Overpass
Jason Jackson


Matthew G. Jordan, AIA


N. Lincoln St. Residence
Mark Lawrence, AIA, and Elizabeth Emerson, R.A.
E/L Studio


Ridgeline Residence
David Montalba, AIA
Montalba Architects, Inc.


Washington Square Park Dental
David Montalba, AIA
Montalba Architects, Inc.


Cor[r]elation Car-Park Tower
Camilo Lopez, Assoc. AIA


RomWoods Residence
Timothy Maddox
deMx architecture, pa


The Archipelago
Jennifer Marmon
Platform For Architecture + Research

Co-Lab Design Office
Joris de Baes


Alexandria Mathieu
University of Pennsylvania: Advanced Research Studio – Strategies for Post-Disaster Haiti


Stowe Pool House
Michael Minadeo
Michael Minadeo + Partners


A Common Ground for Manchester
Daniel Mowery & Charles Sparkman III University of Virginia School of Architecture – Masters of Architecture Comprehensive Studio
Daniel Mowery -


Lakeside Camp
Thomas Murdough
Murdough Design


Waterfront Addition
John Pichette
Halflants + Pichette Studio for Modern Architecture


Information Pavilion London 2012
Daniel Saltee, Assoc. AIA, & Joshua Pittman
Gensler Newport Beach


The Peace Monument Complex, Jerusalem
Bartlomiej K. Sapeta
Bartlomiej K. Sapeta & Jan Sawka collaboration


SCAD Museum of Art
Christian B. Sottile
Sottile & Sottile


Life Cycle
Nathan Stolarz


Fractured Residence
Brad Tomecek, AIA LEED AP
Studio H:T


Metal + Wood Assembly Number 01
Lindsay R. Woods
Commissioned by WIA – Greenville, SC


Busan Opera House
Dongwoo Yim


Void to Solid
Timothy Zelazny

About the AIA Center for Emerging Professionals

The AIA Center for Emerging Professionals exists to support, educate and advocate for students, intern architects and the recently licensed, less than ten years. The Center for Emerging Professionals is the authoritative voice and resource for individuals at many points in their careers from education through licensure. The team also supports two AIA Committees; the National Associates Committee and the Young Architect’s Forum. Both are frameworks for training volunteer leadership, and positively impacting the Institute’s programs for Emerging Professionals. For more information, visit

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