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      The AIA Elevates 104 Members and Six International Architects to the College of Fellows

      AIA Fellowship Recognizes Significant Contributions to Profession of Architecture and Society

      Contact: Matt Tinder
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      mtinder@aia.org

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      For immediate release:
      Washington, D.C. – February 3, 2011 –
      The 2011 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated 104 AIA members to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the profession.

      The 2011 Fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony at the 2011 National AIA Convention and Design Exposition in New Orleans.

      The Fellowship program was developed to elevate those architects who have made a significant contribution to architecture and society and who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. Election to fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of architects as individuals, but also their significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level.

      2011 Jury of Fellows

      Robert D. Loversidge, FAIA, (chair) Schooley Caldwell Associates; Henry C. Alexander Jr., FAIA, Rizzo, Carreno & Partners; Jeffrey A. Huberman, FAIA, Gantt Huberman Architects, PLLC; Leevi Kiil, FAIA, Leevi Kiil Architect; Paula J. Loomis, FAIA, Army Corps of Engineers; Gregory S. Palermo, FAIA, Iowa State University and Linda Searl, FAIA, Searl Lamaster Howe Architects.

      Out of a total AIA membership of over 80,000, there are fewer than 2,700 distinguished with the honor of fellowship and honorary fellowship. The elevation to fellowship is conferred on architects with at least 10 years of membership in the AIA in one or more of the following nomination categories:

      1. Promoted the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession

      2. Advanced the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standards of architectural education, training and practice

      3. Coordinated the building industry and the profession of architecture through leadership in the AIA and other related professional organizations

      4. Advanced the living standards of people through an improved environment

      5. Made the profession of ever-increasing service to society

      2011 Fellows


      Included in the list below are the newly elevated members, their component affiliation and category for which they were elevated. You can follow the link below to view a more detailed list that includes images:
      http://www.aia.org/practicing/awards/2011/fellows/index.htm

    First Name

    Middle/Initial

    Last Name

    Category of Nomination

    Nominee's assigned AIA Chapter

    Paul

     

    Adamson

    2 - literature

    AIA San Francisco

    Joanne

     

    Aitken

    5 - service to society

    AIA Philadelphia

    Stanley

    T.

    Allen

    2 - education

    AIA New York Chapter

    F.

    Macnaughton

    Ball, Jr.

    1 - design

    AIA New Orleans

    James

    R.

    Bedrick

    2 - practice

    AIA San Francisco

    Peyton

     

    Boyd

    4 - public service work

    AIA Blue Ridge

    Robert

    C.

    Broward

    1 - design

    AIA Jacksonville

    Clinton

    E.

    Brown

    1 - preservation

    AIA Buffalo/Western New York

    Don

    Charles

    Brown

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Montgomery

    Christine

    E.

    Bruckner

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Hong Kong

    David

    C.

    Bucek

    1 - preservation

    AIA Houston

    David

    J.

    Calkins

    2 - practice

    AIA Houston

    Nathan

    Belville

    Cherry

    2 - practice

    AIA Los Angeles

    David

     

    Coleman

    1 - design

    AIA Seattle

    Joseph

    A.

    Collins

    2 - practice

    AIA Portland

    Jonathan

    Townley

    Crane

    2 - practice

    AIA Atlanta

    Patrick

    B.

    Davis

    5 -service to society

    AIA Birmingham

    Elizabeth (Betsy)

    Rupp

    del Monte

    2 - practice

    AIA Dallas

    Elliott

    E.

    Dudnik

    2 - education

    AIA Chicago

    Douglas

    S.

    Ewing

    2 - practice

    AIA Pasadena & Foothill

    Michael

     

    Fifield

    2 - education

    AIA Southwestern Oregon

    Gail

    M.

    Flynn

    2 - practice

    Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Richard

    L.

    Ford, Jr.

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Richmond

    Mark

    J.

    Frisch

    2 - practice

    AIA Chicago

    Gary

    E.

    Furman

    1 - design

    AIA Austin

    Lisa

     

    Gelfand

    2 - practice

    AIA San Francisco

    Scott

    F.

    Georgeson

    2 - practice

    AIA Milwaukee

    Cheri

    Rodgers

    Gerou

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Denver

    Lawrence

     

    Gleason

    2 - practice

    AIA Minneapolis

    Frank

    W.

    Grauman

    1 - design

    AIA Philadelphia

    Ronald

    W.

    Haase

    2 - education

    AIA Gainesville

    Julie

    R.

    Hacker

    1 - design

    AIA Chicago

    Guy

    Lefevre

    Hagstette

    4 - public service work

    AIA Houston

    Martin

    J.

    Harms

    2 - education

    AIA Southern New York

    Thomas

    H.

    Hatch

    2 - practice

    AIA Austin

    Steven

    Alan

    Heikin

    2 - practice

    Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    David

    Rodman

    Henderer

    2 - practice

    AIA Washington DC

    Earl

    Wallace

    Henderson, Jr.

    1 - preservation

    AIA Central Illinois

    Denis

    Akio

    Henmi

    3 - led a related professional organization

    AIA San Francisco

    Rodney

    K.

    Henmi

    2 - practice

    AIA San Francisco

    Manuel

     

    Hinojosa

    1 - preservation

    AIA Lower Rio Grande

    Thomas

    Edgar

    Hirsch

    4 - public service work

    AIA Southwest Wisconsin

    Gerald

    Steven

    Jernigan

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Northwest Florida

    Judson

    Alan

    Kline

    5 -service to society

    AIA Cleveland

    Debra

    S.

    Kunce

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Indianapolis

    Carol

    J. Weissman

    Kurth

    5 -service to society

    AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley

    Dohn

    H.

    LaBiche

    5 -volunteer work

    AIA Southeast Texas

    Mary Ann

     

    Lazarus

    2 - practice

    AIA St. Louis

    Richard

     

    Licata

    2 - education

    AIA Northern Nevada

    Charles

    D.

    Liddy, Jr.

    2 - practice

    AIA Minneapolis

    Tom

     

    Liebel

    2 - practice

    AIA Baltimore

    Scott

    A.

    Lindenau

    1 - design

    AIA Colorado West

    Clark

    E.

    Llewellyn

    2 - education

    AIA Honolulu

    Ronald

    Y.C.

    Lu

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Hong Kong

    Thomas

    E.

    Luebke

    4 - government/industry organization

    AIA Washington DC

    Paul

     

    Lukez

    2 - research

    Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Richard

    L.

    Maimon

    1 - design

    AIA Philadelphia

    Brian

     

    Malarkey

    2 - practice

    AIA Houston

    William

    Raymond

    Manning

    4 - public service work

    AIA New Orleans

    Audrey

    A.

    Matlock

    1 - design

    AIA New York Chapter

    Lisa

    Fay

    Matthiessen

    5 -alternative career

    AIA Los Angeles

    Richard

    F.

    McCann

    2 - practice

    AIA Pasadena & Foothill

    Dale

     

    McKinney

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Iowa

    Andrew

    D.

    Mendelson

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Chicago

    Juan

     

    Miró

    2 - education

    AIA Austin

    Keith

    G.

    Moskow

    1 - design

    Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Robin

    L.

    Murray

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA New Jersey

    Henry

     

    Myerberg

    2 - practice

    AIA New York Chapter

    Morris

    Jerome

    Neal

    1 - design

    AIA Austin

    Michael

    A.

    Nieminen

    2 - practice

    AIA New York Chapter

    Roksan

     

    Okan-Vick

    4 - government/industry organization

    AIA Houston

    Thomas

    Gregory

    Pene

    2 - practice

    AIA Portland

    Robert

    C.

    Peterson

    1 - design

    AIA Santa Clara Valley

    Thomas

     

    Phifer

    1 - design

    AIA New York Chapter

    Nikolaus

     

    Philipsen

    5 -service to society

    AIA Baltimore

    Jon

    K.

    Pickard

    2 - practice

    AIA Connecticut

    Dan

     

    Pitera

    2 - practice

    AIA Detroit

    Francis

    Murdock

    Pitts

    2 - practice

    AIA Eastern New York

    Lee

    Charles

    Quill

    2 - practice

    AIA Washington DC

    Alan

     

    Reed

    2 - practice

    AIA Baltimore

    Burton

    L.

    Roslyn

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA New York Chapter

    Steven

    D.

    Schuster

    2 - practice

    AIA North Carolina

    Alan

     

    Scott

    2 - practice

    AIA Portland

    Tully

     

    Shelley

    2 - practice

    AIA San Francisco

    Mardelle

    McCuskey

    Shepley

    2 - research

    AIA Houston

    Robert

     

    Shibley

    2 - literature

    AIA Buffalo/Western New York

    John

    R.

    Shields

    1 - urban design

    Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Carrie

    Glassman

    Shoemake

    2 - practice

    AIA Houston

    Joy

    D.

    Swallow

    2 - education

    AIA Kansas City

    Rebecca

    Boswell

    Swanston

    1 - design

    AIA Baltimore

    Douglas

    Bryan

    Sydnor

    3 - led a related professional organization

    AIA Phoenix Metro

    Kim

     

    Tanzer

    3 - led a related professional organization

    AIA Central Virginia

    William

    Maxwell

    Taylor

    2 - education

    AIA Los Angeles

    David

    Vere

    Thompson

    2 - practice

    AIA Baltimore

    Patrick

    J.

    Tighe

    1 - design

    AIA Los Angeles

    Douglas

     

    Tom

    5 -volunteer work

    AIA San Francisco

    M.

    Kirk

    Train

    5 -service to society

    AIA Central Virginia

    Andrew

    James

    Trivers

    1 - preservation

    AIA St. Louis

    Reeves

    W.

    Wiedeman

    3 - led the Institute

    AIA Kansas City

    Walter

    Leroy

    Wilson

    5 -volunteer work

    AIA Milwaukee

    Ross

    B.

    Wimer

    1 - design

    AIA Chicago

    Arthur

     

    Witthoefft

    1 - design

    AIA Florida Gulf Coast

    David

    Gilmore

    Wright

    1 - preservation

    AIA Baltimore

    David

    Miles

    Ziskind

    2 - practice

    AIA New York Chapter

      2011 Honorary Fellows

      Honorary fellowship is bestowed on architects of esteemed character and distinguished achievements who are neither U.S. citizens nor U.S. residents, and who do not primarily practice architecture within the domain of the Institute. Honorary fellows are chosen by the jury of fellows with the addition of Michael Lischer, FAIA,(chair) Sports Concepts and Helen Hatch, FAIA, Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates, Inc.

    Nominee

    Country        

    Firm Name or Government Affiliation         

    Category of Nomination

           

    Angelo Bucci              

    Brazil        

    SPBR Architects                                    

    Design

    Louise Cox         

    Australia     

    International Union of Architects

    Led a Related Professional Organization

    Kristin Jarmund   

    Norway

    Kristin Jarmund A/S MNIL MNAL, Oslo        

    Design

    Marcio Kogan

    Brazil     

    Studio mk27                                 

    Design

    Kengo Kuma

    Japan

    Kengo Kuma and Associates                         

    Design

    Carme Pinós

    Spain   

    Estudio Carme Pinós SLP                               

    Design

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