2018 Young Architects Awards
Emerging talent deserves recognition. AIA has selected 18 recipients for the 2018 AIA Young Architects Award. Young architects are defined as professionals who have been licensed 10 years or fewer regardless of their age. This award, now in its 25th year, honors individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession early in their careers.
The Young Architects Awards are administered and funded by the College of Fellows and honor the following individuals for the 2018 program.
Michelle Acosta, AIA
Michelle Acosta, AIA has merged her passion for architecture with leadership skills to craft a successful career in healthcare planning and design.
Allison Albericci, AIA
Allison Albericci, AIA, is an expert in the design of complex mixed-use and transit-oriented projects in urban areas.
Jamie Crawley, AIA
Jamie Crawley, AIA, lends his experience to commercial and residential projects while fostering connections in the community through extensive pro bono work.
Matthew DeBoer, AIA
Balancing a passion for design with a drive for advocacy, Matthew DeBoer, AIA, is a model of the multifaceted modern architect.
Lawrence Fabbroni, AIA
Lawrence J. Fabbroni, AIA, has worked on designs that benefit both public and private interests, increasing project values and community capital.
Tony Garcia, AIA
Whether through his practice or his dedication to community engagement, Jose Antonio Garcia, AIA, broadens the profession’s demographic spectrum.
Kelly Haigh, AIA
An advocate and educator, Kelly A. Haigh, AIA, is a champion of inspired design that ignites critical dialogue within the greater design community.
Thomas Hurlbert, AIA
Thomas Hurlbert, AIA, has turned the challenge of practicing in a rural state into an opportunity.
Erin Sterling Lewis, AIA
Building upon a foundation of idealism instilled at an early age, Erin Sterling Lewis, AIA, is a resolute advocate for the profession.
Nicole Martineau, AIA
Motivated by a ceaseless desire to improve the profession, Nicole Martineau, AIA, is a model leader who has embraced the role of citizen architect.
Ryan McEnroe, AIA
Through his energy and thoughtful outreach on a national level, Ryan McEnroe, AIA, has empowered the next crop of architect leaders.
Stephen Parker, AIA
Through his mentorship, advocacy, and design acumen, Stephen Parker, AIA, has cultivated a generation of architects who are ready to serve.
Pascale Sablan, AIA
An articulate architect and mentor, Pascale Sablan, AIA, is only the 315th black female architect to receive licensure in the United States.
Angela Wolf Scott, AIA
With an eye on the past, Angela Wolf Scott, AIA, works to advance architecture’s future by sharing her deep knowledge and enthusiasm for historic preservation.
Malini Srivastava, AIA
As a talented architect, Malini Srivastava, AIA, works to find solutions that marry good design with a deep-seated concern for the health and safety of a building’s occupants.
Satoshi Teshima, AIA
Adept at tapping into his keen sense of social responsibility, Satoshi Teshima, AIA, is committed to enhancing the human experience through good architecture.
Anthony Viola, AIA
Operating at the intersection of creativity and analytics, the methods of Anthony Viola, AIA, have garnered much attention throughout the profession.
Korey White, AIA
Korey White, AIA, has proven that advocacy and collaboration are the keys to creating a significantly better built environment.