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2013 AIA Institute Honors for Young Architects

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The Young Architects Award is given to individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career. View all 2013 AIA Awards Recipients.
Derwin Broughton, AIA

Derwin Broughton, AIA

  • Ron Hobbs Architects

Derwin Broughton is passionate about architecture, and he takes great pride and ownership in addressing the needs of emerging professionals as well as minorities and underrepresented groups.

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Andrew Caruso, AIA

Andrew Caruso, AIA

  • Gensler

A passionate believer that design can enhance world communities, Andrew takes seriously the importance of an informed, diverse, and spirited design dialogue.

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Katherine Darnstadt, AIA

Katherine Darnstadt, AIA

  • Latent Design

A shining example of the next generation’s citizen-architect, Katherine has combined multiple facets of her career and is a mentor to aspiring women in architecture and design.

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Susannah C. Drake, AIA

Susannah C. Drake, AIA

  • dlandstudio, pllc

Susannah Drake’s expertise in architecture and landscape architecture has informed her design of buildings and their surroundings.

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Matthew Dumich, AIA

Matthew Dumich, AIA

  • Valerio Dewalt Train Associates

Matt is known for his devotion to his clients, incredible attention to detail, and the ability to execute the most complex projects.

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John Dwyer, AIA

John Dwyer, AIA

  • John Dwyer Architect

John’s design work, civic responsibility, and advocacy roles show him to be an exemplary public servant and architect.

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Eric R. Hoffman, AIA

Eric Reid Hoffman, AIA

  • Washington University in Saint Louis

Eric’s design ability, business acumen, and professional judgment are at the highest level as an architect and workplace peer.

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Thomas Hussey, AIA

Thomas Hussey, AIA

  • SOM

Tom brings architecture and urban planning together in high-visibility projects that strategically define or redefine important places by creatively harmonizing density and natural systems, walkability and transit, to set distinctively local frameworks for environmentally compatible urban growth.

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Virginia Elaine Marquardt, AIA

Virginia Elaine Marquardt, AIA

  • DLR Group

Her résumé is packed with abundant evidence of involvement, engagement, dedication, and success in strengthening the Institute at every possible level of leadership.

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Rachel Minnery, AIA

Rachel Minnery, AIA

  • Environmental Works

Rachel’s commitment to architecture in service to society is plainly evident in the extraordinary leadership she has shown in disaster response and pro-bono design.

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Deepika Padam, AIA

Deepika Padam, AIA

  • Blend Architecture

Deepika Padam’s contributions begin with the profession of architecture but have had an impact on society at large.

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Alissa D. Luepke Pier, AIA

Alissa D. Luepke Pier, AIA

  • A.D.L. Pier Design, Inc.

Throughout her personal and professional life, Alissa has consistently exemplified what it mean to be a citizen-architect—a professional dedicated to serving the greater public good through quality architecture and community service.

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Brett Charles Taylor, AIA

Brett Charles Taylor, AIA

  • SOM

As a project manager at SOM, he ensures that design details are fully integrated and enables a smooth and cost-efficient construction process.

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Lucas Tryggestad, AIA

Lucas Tryggestad, AIA

  • SOM

Lucas’s ability to effectively manage very large projects, combined with his active academic and community involvement, reveals his commitment and value to the profession.

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Jennifer A. Workman, AIA

Jennifer A. Workman, AIA

  • Good Fulton & Farrell Architects

For eight years Good Fulton & Farrell has given Jennifer every chance to make what she wanted out of her career through exciting projects and, most important, its support of her professional service with the AIA.

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