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The AIA Elevates 139 Members and Four International Architects to the College of Fellows

      AIA Fellowship Recognizes Significant Contributions to Profession of Architecture and Society

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      Washington, D.C. – February 7, 2014 –
      The 2014 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated 139 AIA members to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the profession.

      The 2014 Fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony at the 2014 National AIA Convention and Design Exposition in Chicago.

      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.

      2014 Jury of Fellows


      Craig Rafferty, FAIA (Chair), Rafferty Rafferty Tollefson Lindeke Architects; John Castellana, FAIA, TMP Architecture, Inc.; Brian Dougherty, FAIA, Dougherty + Dougherty Architects, LLP; Diane Georgopulos, FAIA, Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency; Susan Maxman, FAIA, SMP Architects LTD; Raymond Yeh, FAIA, University of Hawaii and Donald T. Yoshino, FAIA, Yoshino Architecture, PA.

      Out of a total AIA membership of over 83,000, there are just over 3,100 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 or 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

      Included in the list below are the newly elevated members, their component affiliation and category for which they were elevated.

      2014 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/2014/fellows/index.htm

    Name

     

    Category of Nomination

     

    Chapter

    Morris Adjmi

     

    Category One

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Allison Hoadley Anderson

     

    Category Two

     

    Mississippi: AIA Mississippi

    Nanon Adair Anderson

     

    Category One

     

    Colorado: AIA Denver

    Jeffrey Averill

     

    Category Four

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Richard S. Bacon

     

    Category Two

     

    Florida: AIA Tampa Bay

    Anthony S. Barnes

     

    Category Two

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Andrew Diamond Berman

     

    Category One

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Michael J. Bjornberg

     

    Category Two

     

    Minnesota: AIA Minneapolis

    Charles F. Bloszies

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Sanford Bond

     

    Category One

     

    Virginia: AIA Richmond

    Nestor Bottino

     

    Category Two

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Jonathan Boyer

     

    Category Two

     

    Illinois: AIA Chicago

    Alan Bright

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Angela Brooks

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    James Brown

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA San Diego

    Russell Norton Buchanan

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA Dallas

    Gabrielle A Bullock

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Richard Hugh Bundy

     

    Category Five

     

    Texas: AIA Wichita Falls

    Raymond S. Calabro

     

    Category One

     

    Washington: AIA Seattle

    John Mason Caldwell

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Long Beach/South Bay

    Myriam E. Camargo

     

    Category Two

     

    Texas: AIA Dallas

    Susan Cole Cannon

     

    Category One

     

    North Carolina: AIA Triangle

    Becca L Cavell

     

    Category Five

     

    Oregon: AIA Portland

    Gregory Chang

     

    Category Two

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Ernest F. Cirangle

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    James T. (Tom) Clark, Jr.

     

    Category Two

     

    Oregon: AIA Portland

    Steven W. Clem

     

    Category One

     

    Georgia: AIA Atlanta

    Charles W. Cole, Jr.

     

    Category Two

     

    Florida: AIA Orlando

    John N. Cryer III

     

    Category Two

     

    Texas: AIA Houston

    Scott L. Danielson

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Ted H. Davis

     

    Category One

     

    Minnesota: AIA Minneapolis

    Robert Paul Dean

     

    Category Two

     

    Georgia: AIA Atlanta

    Carl J D'Silva

     

    Category Two

     

    Illinois: AIA Illinois

    Michael Duncan

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Isabelle Lucienne Duvivier

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Leslie K. Elkins

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA Houston

    Melissa M. Farling

     

    Category Two

     

    Arizona: AIA Phoenix Metro

    Douglas Farr

     

    Category One

     

    Illinois: AIA Chicago

    Jeffrey C. Fetzer

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA San Antonio

    Kenneth I. Fisher

     

    Category Two

     

    Massachusetts: Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Anthony C. Floyd

     

    Category Four

     

    Arizona: AIA Phoenix Metro

    Alan Ford

     

    Category Two

     

    Colorado: AIA Denver

    Robert Forest

     

    Category Two

     

    Illinois: AIA Chicago

    Richard Benton Friedson

     

    Category One

     

    Massachusetts: AIA Massachusetts

    Deborah Gans

     

    Category Two

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Daniel Mason Garber

     

    Category Five

     

    California: AIA Santa Clara Valley

    Norman M. Garden

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Vergel Lee Gay, Jr.

     

    Category Four

     

    Texas: AIA Brazos Chapter

    Mark L. Gillem

     

    Category Two

     

    Oregon: AIA Southwestern Oregon

    Fanny T. Gong

     

    Category Two

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Christoffer A. Graae

     

    Category Two

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Randy Hafer

     

    Category Two

     

    Montana: AIA Montana

    Vano Haritunians

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Daniel Stephen Hart

     

    Category Three

     

    Texas: AIA West Texas

    Valerie Hassett

     

    Category Three

     

    Virginia: AIA Northern Virginia

    John D. S. Hatch

     

    Category One

     

    New Jersey: AIA New Jersey

    Timothy C. Hawk

     

    Category Three

     

    Ohio: AIA Columbus

    Andrew C Herdeg

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA San Antonio

    David Heymann

     

    Category Two

     

    Texas: AIA Austin

    Paul M. Hirshorn

     

    Category Two

     

    Pennsylvania: AIA Philadelphia

    Lance Hosey

     

    Category Two

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Robert A. Jernigan

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Douglas Johnston

     

    Category One

     

    Massachusetts: Boston Society of Architects

    Don M. Jones

     

    Category Two

     

    Pennsylvania: AIA Philadelphia

    Alan R. Joslin

     

    Category One

     

    Massachusetts: Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    David K. Kaneda

     

    Category Five

     

    California: AIA Santa Clara Valley

    Suzanna Wight Kelley

     

    Category Three

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Robert Arthur King

     

    Category Five

     

    New York: AIA New York

    Paul F. Knell

     

    Category Two

     

    Pennsylvania: AIA Pittsburgh

    Matthew F. Kreisle, III

     

    Category Five

     

    Texas: AIA Austin

    Pablo Laguarda

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA Dallas

    Gary Lapera

     

    Category One

     

    New Jersey: AIA Central New Jersey

    Laurie Limbacher

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA Austin

    Albert W. Lindeke III

     

    Category Two

     

    Minnesota: AIA St. Paul

    Mira Locher

     

    Category Two

     

    Utah: AIA Utah

    David Maglaty

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Gary F. Martinez

     

    Category Two

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Alan D. McGuinn

     

    Category Five

     

    North Carolina: AIA Asheville

    Richard Munson Miller

     

    Category Two

     

    Texas: AIA Dallas

    Margaret Montgomery

     

    Category Two

     

    Washington: AIA Seattle

    Cheryl Morgan

     

    Category Two

     

    Alabama: AIA Birmingham

    Mary Morissette

     

    Category Three

     

    Colorado: AIA Denver

    Christopher Morrison

     

    Category Two

     

    Maryland: AIA Potomac Valley

    Robert R. Murrin

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Long Beach/South Bay

    Debra Nauta-Rodriguez

     

    Category Four

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    David Neumann

     

    Category One

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Chung Q.B. Nguyen

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA Houston

    Celeste Allen Novak

     

    Category Three

     

    Michigan: AIA Huron Valley

    Marianne O'Brien

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Gary Gene Olp

     

    Category Two

     

    Texas: AIA Dallas

    Paul B. Ostergaard

     

    Category One

     

    Pennsylvania: AIA Pittsburgh

    Curtis Owyang

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Central Valley

    Thierry Paret

     

    Category Three

     

    AIA International Components: AIA Middle East

    Ralph Douglas Parris

     

    Category Two

     

    Ohio: AIA Columbus

    Neal I. Payton

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Rafael Pelli

     

    Category One

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Peter Pennoyer

     

    Category Two

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Jana K Phillips

     

    Category Three

     

    Oklahoma: AIA Eastern Oklahoma

    Martha A. Pilgreen

     

    Category One

     

    Massachusetts: Boston Society of Architects

    Jack Portman

     

    Category Two

     

    Georgia: AIA Atlanta

    Ronald Todd Ray

     

    Category One

     

    District of Columbia: AIA DC

    Miguel A. Rivera

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA Austin

    Sian Roberts

     

    Category Two

     

    Washington: AIA Seattle

    Julia Williams Robinson

     

    Category Two

     

    Minnesota: AIA Minneapolis

    Mark Roddy

     

    Category One

     

    Arizona: AIA Phoenix Metro

    Wendy Sullock Rogers

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Orange County

    John Ronan

     

    Category One

     

    Illinois: AIA Chicago

    Reese Rowland

     

    Category One

     

    Arkansas: AIA Arkansas

    Jennifer Sage

     

    Category One

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Earl Santee

     

    Category One

     

    Missouri: AIA Kansas City

    Molly M. Scanlon

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA San Diego

    Brenda Case Scheer

     

    Category Two

     

    Utah: AIA Utah

    Dawn R. Schuette

     

    Category Five

     

    Illinois: AIA Chicago

    C. Roxanne Sherbeck

     

    Category One

     

    Pennsylvania: AIA Pittsburgh

    Bryan Shiles

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Joey Naruhiko Shimoda

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Henry Smith-Miller

     

    Category One

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Steven K. Sobel

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA San Francisco

    Arlen M. Solochek

     

    Category Four

     

    Arizona: AIA Phoenix Metro

    Dennis E. Stallings

     

    Category Two

     

    North Carolina: AIA Triangle

    Jonathan N. Stark

     

    Category Two

     

    New York: AIA New York Chapter

    Josiah Stevenson

     

    Category One

     

    Massachusetts: Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Anne T. Sullivan

     

    Category Two

     

    Illinois: AIA Chicago

    Bryan Kerr Trubey

     

    Category Two

     

    Texas: AIA Dallas

    Thomas Hayne Upchurch

     

    Category Five

     

    Texas: AIA Brazos Chapter

    David Van Wyk

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Los Angeles

    Edward Alan Vance

     

    Category Three

     

    Nevada: AIA Las Vegas

    Ernesto M. Vasquez

     

    Category Two

     

    California: AIA Orange County

    Peter N. Vincent

     

    Category Three

     

    Hawaii: AIA Honolulu

    Daniela Holt Voith

     

    Category Two

     

    Pennsylvania: AIA Philadelphia

    Michael Dean Watkins

     

    Category Two

     

    Maryland: AIA Potomac Valley

    Philip A. Weddle

     

    Category One

     

    Arizona: AIA Phoenix Metro

    Mark T. Wellen

     

    Category One

     

    Texas: AIA West Texas

    Laura Ann Wernick

     

    Category Two

     

    Massachusetts: Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Annette Wiley

     

    Category One

     

    California: AIA Orange County

    Bruce A Wood

     

    Category One

     

    Massachusetts: Boston Society of Architects/AIA

    Edward T. Zeigler, Jr.

     

    Category Three

     

    South Carolina: AIA South Carolina

    Ming Zhang

     

    Category Two

     

    Washington: AIA Seattle

    Allan W. Zreet

     

    Category Two

     

    Texas: AIA Dallas

      2014 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, Katherine Schwennsen, FAIA (Chair), Clemson University; and Steven W. Miller, FAIA, Perkins Eastman.

      You can see the list of newly elevated Honorary Fellows below or you can follow this link to view the list online whicht includes images:

      www.aia.org/practicing/awards/2014/honorary-fellows/index.htm

    Name

     

    Country

    Guillermo Vazquez Consuegra

     

    Spain

    Antonio Cruz

     

    Spain

    Jay W. Ortiz

     

    Spain

    Kris Yao

     

    Taiwan, R.O.C

      About The American Institute of Architects
      Founded in 1857, members of the American Institute of Architects consistently work to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings, neighborhoods, and communities. Through nearly 300 state and local chapters, the AIA advocates for public policies that promote economic vitality and public well being.  Members adhere to a code of ethics and conduct to ensure the highest professional standards. The AIA provides members with tools and resources to assist them in their careers and business as well as engaging civic and government leaders, and the public to find solutions to pressing issues facing our communities, institutions, nation and world. Visit www.aia.org.

 

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