The AIA Elevates 122 Members and Six International Architects to the College of Fellows

AIA Fellowship Recognizes Significant Contributions to Profession of Architecture and Society

Washington, D.C. – February 8, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — The 2013 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated 122 AIA members to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the profession.

The 2013 Fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony at the 2013 National AIA Convention and Design Exposition in Denver.

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.

2013 Jury of Fellows

Linda Searl, FAIA, (jury chair) Searl Lamaster Howe Architects; John Castellana, FAIA, TMP Architecture, Inc.; Brian Dougherty, FAIA, Dougherty + Dougherty Architects, LLP; Leevi Kiil, FAIA, Leevi Kiil Architect; Susan Maxman, FAIA, SMP Architects LTD; Craig Rafferty, FAIA, Rafferty Rafferty Tollefson Lindeke Architects and Raymond Yeh, FAIA, Yeh Studio.

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.

2013 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/2013/fellows/index.htm

Name Category of Nomination Chapter
Arthur W. Andersson 1 – Design AIA Austin
Lesley Bain 1 – Urban Design AIA Seattle
Jay W. Barnes III 2 – Practice AIA Austin
David Barrett 1 – Design AIA Colorado North
John Barton 5 – Service to Society AIA Santa Clara Valley
Matthew J. Bell 2 – Practice AIA DC
Israel Berger 2 – Practice AIA New York
Heidi L. Blau 2 – Practice AIA New York
John Blumthal 2 – Practice AIA Portland
Raymond C. Bordwell 2 – Practice AIA New York
Carlos Brillembourg 2 – Practice AIA New York
Morris Brown 2 – Education AIA El Paso
Sarah Semple Brown 1 – Design AIA Denver
Will Bruder 1 – Design AIA Phoenix Metro
Thomas C. Brutting 2 – Practice AIA San Francisco
Erich Burkhart 2 – Practice AIA Los Angeles
Laurence C. Burns Jr. 2 – Practice AIA Houston
Carrie Byles 2 – Practice AIA San Francisco
Robert M. Cain 1 – Design AIA Atlanta
Manuel Mario Campos 2 – Practice AIA Seattle
Jesse D. Cannon Jr. 4 – Government/Industry AIA New Orleans
Glenn P. Carels 2 – Practice AIA Orange County
David M. Chasco 2 – Education AIA Central Illinois
Susan A. Chin 4 – Government/Industry AIA New York
Dick Clark 1 – Design AIA Austin
John P Claypool 3 – Led the Institute AIA Philadelphia
Paul Danna 2 – Practice AIA Los Angeles
Paul Dannels 5 – Alternative Career AIA Huron Valley
Russell Davidson 3 – Led the Institute AIA Westchester/Hudson
Jennifer K. Devlin-Herbert 2 – Practice AIA San Francisco
Richard DeYoung 3 – Led the Institute AIA Pittsburgh
Martin A. Diaz-Yabor 3 – Led the Institute AIA Miami
Judith DiMaio 2 – Education AIA New York
Renee S. Doktorczyk 2 – Practice AIA Chicago
Turan Duda 2 – Practice AIA North Carolina
William Dupont 4 – Government/Industry AIA San Antonio
Stephen Dynia 1 – Design AIA Wyoming
Dagmar B. Epsten 2 – Practice AIA Atlanta
H. Mortimer (Tim) Favrot Jr. 3 – Led the Institute AIA New Orleans
Stephen Fiskum 2 – Practice AIA Minnesota
Rod Garrett 2 – Practice AIA DC
Bill Gaylord 5 – Service to Society AIA Seattle
Debra Gerod 2 – Practice AIA Los Angeles
Carl P. Giegold 5 – Alternative Career AIA Chicago
Gordon Gill 1 – Design AIA Chicago
Jeffrey Gill 3 – Led the Institute AIA Orange County
David H. Gleason 5 – Service to Society AIA Baltimore
Stanley O. Graves 4 – Government/Industry AIA Austin
Christopher J. Green 3 – Led the Institute AIA Colorado West
Nan R. Gutterman 1 – Preservation AIA Philadelphia
Anthony J. Haas 2 – Practice AIA Houston
Craig A. Hamilton 2 – Practice AIA Los Angeles
Alan L Hansen 5 – Service to Society AIA Northern Virginia
Brian Healy 1 – Design Boston Society of Architects
Michael E. Hickok 2 – Practice AIA DC
Kurt Christian Hunker 2 – Education AIA San Diego
Mark A. Hutker 1 – Design Boston Society of Architects
Marlene Imirzian 1 – Design AIA Phoenix Metro
Jeanne Jackson 2 – Practice AIA Utah
Mic Johnson 1 – Design AIA Minnesota
Ray Johnston 1 – Design AIA Seattle
Helena L. Jubany 2 – Practice AIA Los Angeles
Gregory Kessler 2 – Education AIA Spokane
Glenn F. Keyes 1 – Preservation AIA Charleston
Charles J. Kirby 2 – Practice AIA New York
Shannon B. Kraus 3 – Led the Institute AIA DC
James E. LaPosta Jr 2 – Practice AIA Connecticut
Murray Legge 1 – Design AIA Austin
Kenneth D. Levien 5 – Alternative Career AIA New York
Carol Loewenson 2 – Practice AIA New York
Kathleen Lugosch 2 – Education AIA Western Massachusetts
Orlando T. Maione 3 – Led the Institute AIA Long Island
George E. Marsh Jr. 2 – Practice Boston Society of Architects
Robert Maschke 1 – Design AIA Cleveland
Charyl F. McAfee-Duncan 5 – Service to Society AIA Dallas
Jana Marie McCann 1 – Urban Design AIA Austin
Kelly Sutherlin McLeod 1 – Preservation AIA Los Angeles
Gregory Mella 2 – Practice AIA DC
Richard Metsky 1 – Preservation AIA New York
Robert W. Moje 2 – Practice AIA Central Virginia
Moira Moser 2 – Practice AIA Hong Kong
Vojo Narancic 1 – Design AIA Chicago
Kenneth J. Naylor 3 – Led a Related Organization AIA Utah
Margaret E Newman 4 – Government/Industry AIA New York
Angela O’Byrne 5 – Service to Society AIA New Orleans
Terrence E. O’Neal 3 – Led the Institute AIA New York
Polly Osborne 2 – Practice AIA Monterey Bay
Ric Peterson 2 – Practice AIA Seattle
James F. Porter 2 – Practice AIA Los Angeles
Jim Poteet 1 – Design AIA San Antonio
Cynthia Kozak Pozolo 2 – Practice AIA Detroit
Susan Pruchnicki 5 – Service to Society AIA St. Louis
Elizabeth Reader 2 – Practice AIA Northern Virginia
Trula Marie Haley Remson 3 – Led the Institute AIA Baton Rouge
John W. Rogers 3 – Led the Institute AIA Cincinnati
Walter Schacht 1 – Design AIA Seattle
Kurt Schindler 1 – Preservation AIA East Bay
Peter Schubert 1 – Design AIA New York
William David Seider 3 – Led the Institute AIA Southwestern Oregon
George Shaw 2 – Practice AIA Seattle
J. Gregory Sheldon 2 – Practice AIA Kansas City
Ted Shelton 2 – Education AIA East Tennessee
Louis Sirianni 2 – Practice Boston Society of Architects
Michael R. Somin 2 – Practice AIA San Diego
Michael G. Stevenson 2 – Practice AIA North Carolina
Belinda Stewart 4 – Public Service AIA Mississippi
Amanda Sturgeon 4 – Public Service AIA Seattle
Robert Tennenbaum 4 – Government/Industry AIA Baltimore
James C. (Jay) Tomlinson 2 – Practice AIA Kansas City
Mario J. Torroella 1 – Design Boston Society of Architects
Kevin B. Utsey 2 – Practice AIA North Carolina
Gary Loren Vance 2 – Practice AIA Indianapolis
Cynthia D. Walston 2 – Practice AIA Houston
Mark D. Weaver 2 – Practice AIA Memphis
Claire Deborah Weisz 1 – Design AIA New York
Clive Wilkinson 1 – Design AIA Los Angeles
Allyne Winderman 4 – Government/Industry AIA Los Angeles
Michael O. Winters 1 – Design AIA Denver
A. Vernon Woodworth III 3 – Led the Institute Boston Society of Architects
William J. Worthen 2 – Practice AIA San Francisco
Jennifer Yoos 1 – Design AIA Minnesota
Stephen W. Yundt 2 – Practice AIA Los Angeles


2013 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, Giancarlo Alhadeff, FAIA (jury chair) Studio Alhadeff and Katherine Schwennsen, FAIA, Clemson University.

You see the list of newly elevated Honorary Fellows or you can follow the link below to view the list online that includes images: http://www.aia.org/practicing/awards/2013/honorary-fellows/index.htm

Name Object Country
Zvi Hecker 1 – Design Germany
Ladislav Labus 1 – Design Czech Republic
Francisco Mangado 1 – Design Spain
Fernando Romero 1 – Design Mexico
Matthias Sauerbruch 1 – Design Germany
Ben van Berkel 1 – Design Netherlands
Siegfried Zhiqiang Wu 1 – Urban Design China

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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