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AIA Elevates 134 Members to College of Fellows

March 2, 2010

11 international architects also receive honor

By Jenna M. McKnight

The American Institute of Architects has elevated 134 association members to its College of Fellows, an honor that recognizes architects who have made a notable contribution to the profession and to society. Fewer than 2,900 of the association’s 83,000 members are fellows.

Architects who have been AIA members for at least 10 years are eligible. Candidates are nominated within one of five categories (see below).

Serving on this year’s jury were: Chair, Allan W. Kehrt, FAIA, KSS Architects; Henry C. Alexander, Jr. FAIA, Rizo, Carreno & Partners; Jeffrey A. Huberman, FAIA, Gantt Huberman Architects; Paula J. Loomis, FAIA, US Army Corps of Engineers; Robert D. Loversidge, FAIA, Schooley Caldwell Associates; Gregory S. Palermo, FAIA, Iowa State University; and Jim W. Sealy, FAIA, Jim Sealy Architect/Consultant.

The AIA’s 2010 Honorary Fellows also have been announced. According to the AIA, “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.” This year’s honorary fellows were chosen by the aforementioned jury, with the addition of Chair, Marilyn J. Taylor, FAIA, of Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and Michael Lischer, FAIA, of Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire.

The 2010 fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony this June during the AIA convention in Miami. 

 

2010 AIA Fellows

1. DESIGN
Promoting the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession.

Trevor David Abramson
AIA Los Angeles

Bruce D. Beinfield
AIA Connecticut

G. (George) Edwin Belk
Preservation
AIA North Carolina

Hagy Belzberg
AIA Los Angeles

Nelson K. Chen
AIA Hong Kong

Christopher W. Coe
AIA Los Angeles

Ralph Cunningham
AIA Washington DC

Michael F. Doyle
AIA New York Chapter

Edmund M. Einy
AIA Los Angeles

Anne Noelle Fougeron
AIA San Francisco

Sarah R. Graham
AIA Los Angeles

John Carl Guenther
AIA St. Louis

David J. Hacin
Boston Society of Architects/AIA

Thomas "Gunny" M. Harboe
AIA Chicago

Hany Hassan
AIA Washington DC

Mark G. Horton
AIA San Francisco

Stephen Johnson
AIA Los Angeles

Susan H. Jones
AIA Seattle

Philip Schuyler Kennedy-Grant
AIA New Jersey

Alice Y. Kimm
AIA Los Angeles

Jerome A. King
AIA Santa Clara Valley

Joan Krevlin
AIA New York Chapter

Michael E. LeBoeuf
AIA Orlando

William Ooi Lee Lim
AIA Hong Kong

Sandro Marpillero
AIA New York Chapter

Burton Miller
AIA San Francisco

Dean A. Nota
AIA Los Angeles

Peter W. Pfau
AIA San Francisco

Jeffery S. Poss
AIA Central Illinois

Elizabeth Ranieri
AIA San Francisco

James W. Shields
AIA Milwaukee

Joan M.  Soranno
AIA Minneapolis

Yvonne Szeto
AIA New York Chapter

John H. Thodos
AIA Monterey Bay

Joseph David Waggonner, III
AIA New Orleans

Richard Pardee Williams
AIA Washington D.C.

Barry Alan Yoakum
AIA Memphis

Bernard Zyscovich
AIA Miami

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

David John Allison
AIA South Carolina

Mark S. T. Anderson
AIA San Francisco

Richard D. Beard
AIA San Francisco

Bonnie Blake-Drucker
AIA East Bay

Christine J. Bodouva
AIA New York Chapter

William J. Bonstra
AIA Washington DC

Chris E. Brasier
AIA North Carolina

Douglas Marshall Brinkley
AIA North Carolina

Richard A. Carter
AIA Minneapolis

Philip J. Castillo
AIA Chicago

William Chegwidden
AIA Atlanta

Thomas Wayne Chessum
AIA Los Angeles

William David Chilton
AIA Connecticut

Bruce Adams Coldham
Boston Society of Architects/AIA

William F. Conway
AIA Minneapolis

Michael C. Corby
AIA Grand Valley

Lynn G. Craig
AIA South Carolina

Sarah Ann Dennison
AIA Los Angeles

Robert  Dunay
AIA Blue Ridge

C. Richard Hall
AIA Detroit

Philip L. Harrison
AIA Atlanta

Thomas Harvey
AIA Dallas

Diane Berry Hays
AIA San Antonio

Richard M. Heinz
AIA San Diego

Kimberly J. Hickson
AIA Houston

Ted A. Hyman
AIA Los Angeles

David M. Laffitte
AIA Jacksonville

Hugh Scot Latimer
AIA Denver

Michael C. Lauber
Boston Society of Architects/AIA

Joseph Laing Mashburn
AIA Houston

Leslie Gail Moldow
AIA Seattle

Robert Morris
AIA Dallas

Charles M. Oraftik
AIA San Francisco

Sue Ann Pemberton-Haugh
AIA San Antonio

Aubrey Ray Pentecost, III
AIA Hampton Roads

Russell K. Perry
AIA Washington DC

Otto P. Poticha
AIA Southwestern Oregon

Gwynne Pugh
AIA Los Angeles

James S. Russell
AIA New York Chapter

Dean S. Sakamoto
AIA Connecticut

Anthony P. Schirripa
AIA New York Chapter

Walter Sedovic
AIA New York Chapter

Scott Shell
AIA San Francisco

Michael Strogoff
AIA San Francisco

Karen Van Lengen
AIA Central Virginia

Dean J. Vlahos
AIA Los Angeles

John Logan Waugh
AIA Minneapolis

Peter A. Weismantle
AIA Chicago

Daniel W. Winey
AIA San Francisco

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

Peter J. Arsenault
AIA Central New York

Michel Claude Ashe
AIA Hampton Roads

Creed Walker Brierre
AIA New Orleans

Sho-Ping Chin
Boston Society of Architects/AIA

Grover C. Dear
AIA Hong Kong

Kevin Joseph Flynn
AIA St. Louis

Sam H. Halley
AIA East Kentucky

Alex Klatskin
AIA New York Chapter

Robert E. Luke
AIA Mississippi

R. Kent Mather
AIA Santa Clara Valley

Hubert Murray
Boston Society of Architects/AIA

Jeffery Taylor Potter
AIA Dallas

James M. Robertson
AIA Southwestern Oregon

Miguel Angel Rodriguez
AIA Miami

Jeffrey M. Rosenblum
AIA South Carolina

Bradley D. Schulz
AIA Las Vegas

Benedetto Tiseo
AIA Detroit

4. GOVERNMENT/INDUSTRY
Advancing the living standards of people through an improved environment.

Michael Davis
Boston Society of Architects/AIA

Donald T. Fram
AIA New York Chapter

Stephanie Gelb
AIA New York Chapter

Richard L. Gilyard
AIA Minneapolis

Charles Anthony Higueras
AIA San Francisco

James Tipton Housewright
AIA Dallas

Mary Lou Jurkowski
AIA North Carolina

Bogdan Z. Pestka
AIA New York Chapter

Lawrence Scarpa
AIA Los Angeles

Francis M. Zwart, III
AIA Santa Clara Valley

5. SERVICE
Making the profession of ever-increasing service to society.

Martha A. Bell
AIA Chicago

James S. Bershof
AIA Denver

Charles H. Boney, Jr.
AIA North Carolina

Donna D. Carter
AIA Austin

Juan Estanislao Cotera
AIA Austin

Edward Jack Denton
AIA San Francisco

Herman E. Dyal
AIA Austin

Kenn Gardner
AIA North Carolina

Lia Gartner
AIA New York Chapter

Albert Irby Hightower
AIA San Antonio

James Nelson Kise
AIA Philadelphia

James R. Loewenberg
AIA Chicago

Bernard A. Marson
AIA New York Chapter

Kenneth Charles Mayer, Jr.
AIA North Carolina

James R. Nader
AIA Fort Worth

Paul W. O’Shea
AIA Central Illinois

Nicholas Peckham
AIA Mid-Missouri

August Reno
AIA Colorado West

Bill E. Roschen
AIA Los Angeles

Lars Aiken Stanley
AIA Austin

2010 HONORARY FELLOWS
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.

DESIGN
Rafael  Aranda Quiles
Spain

Mario Corea
Spain

Richard Leplastrier
Australia

Sheila O’Donnell
Ireland

Carme Pigem Barcelo
Spain

Brian Robert Rich
South Africa

Ian Ritchie
United Kingdom

John Tuomey
Ireland

Lene Tranberg
Denmark

Ramon Vilalta Pujol
Spain

PRACTICE
Jungsik Kim
Korea

 

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