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The AIA Elevates 105 Members and Six International Architects to the College of Fellows

The AIA Elevates 105 Members and Six International Architects to the College of Fellows
The AIA Elevates 105 Members and Six International Architects to the College of Fellows

Continue reading for more information and the complete list of newly honored Fellows.

Out of a total AIA membership of over 80,000, there are just over 3,000 distinguished with the honor of fellowship and honorary fellowship. The elevation to fellowship is conferred on architectus with at least 10 years of membership in the AIA in one or more of the following nomination categories:

  • Promoted the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession
  • Advanced the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standards of architectural education, training and practice
  • Coordinated the building industry and the profession of architecture through leadership in the AIA or other related professional organizations
  • Advanced the living standards of people through an improved environment
  • Made the profession of ever-increasing service to society

The list below includes the names of the newly elevated members, along with their category for which they were elevated and component affiliation.

2012 Fellows

  • Timothy Allanbrook, FAIA: Practice AIA, New York Chapter
  • Jon Anderson, FAIA: Design, AIA Albuquerque
  • Stephen T. Ayers, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA Washington DC
  • Zaida Basora, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA Dallas
  • Krista Ann Becker, FAIA: Practice, AIA Los Angeles
  • Gregory E. Blackburn, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Francisco
  • Kevin Bone, FAIA: Education, AIA New York Chapter Chapter
  • Clifton Keith Boswell, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Francisco
  • Stacy A. Bourne, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA Virgin Islands
  • Fernando L. Brave, FAIA: Practice, AIA Houston
  • Mary A. Burke, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA New York Chapter
  • Ross Alan Chapin, FAIA: Practice, AIA Seattle
  • James Peter Clark, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA Northern Virginia
  • Richard Cook, FAIA: Design, AIA New York Chapter
  • Gilbert D. Cooke, FAIA: Education, AIA San Diego
  • Michael J. Crosbie, FAIA: Literature, AIA Connecticut
  • John Michael Currie, FAIA: Practice, AIA Washington DC
  • Kevin Daly, FAIA: Design, AIA Los Angeles
  • Edward Dean, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Francisco
  • Gary K. Dempster, FAIA: Practice, AIA Los Angeles
  • James Determan, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA Baltimore
  • David Alan Dillard, FAIA: Practice, AIA Dallas
  • Umberto Dindo, FAIA: Service to Society, AIA New York Chapter
  • Peter C. Doo, FAIA: Practice, AIA Baltimore
  • Paul Endres, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Francisco
  • John A. Enright, FAIA: Design, AIA Los Angeles
  • Karen Ivy Fiene, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA San Francisco
  • Linna Jane Young Frederick, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA South Carolina
  • Van H. Gilbert, FAIA: Practice, AIA New Mexico
  • Elizabeth P. Gray, FAIA: Design, AIA Connecticut
  • Monica Green, FAIA: Practice, AIA Cleveland
  • Jerry L. Halcomb, FAIA: Practice, AIA Dallas
  • Rainy Hamilton, Jr., FAIA: Urban Design, AIA Detroit
  • David Thomas Haresign, FAIA: Practice, AIA Washington DC
  • William Jay Hartman, FAIA: Practice, AIA Detroit
  • Jane Hendricks, FAIA: Practice, AIA Seattle
  • Rodney Culver Hill, FAIA: Education, AIA Brazos
  • George A. Hinds, FAIA: Research, AIA Chicago
  • James Michael Holliday, FAIA: Service to Society, AIA Santa Barbara
  • Robert W. Hoye, FAIA: Practice, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
  • Gregory S. Ibañez, FAIA: Design, AIA Fort Worth
  • Finith Ewin Jernigan, II, FAIA: Practice, AIA Chesapeake Bay
  • Ferdinand Stoddert Johns, FAIA: Education, AIA Montana
  • Daniel J. Kaplan, FAIA: Design, AIA New York Chapter
  • Scott P. Kelsey, FAIA: Practice, AIA Los Angeles
  • Susan F. King, FAIA: Practice, AIA Chicago
  • Charles Daniel Knight, FAIA: Practice, AIA Minnesota
  • Edward Charles Kohls, FAIA: Practice, AIA Batlimore
  • Leonard E. Koroski, FAIA: Preservation, AIA Chicago
  • Andrew T. Laguaña, FAIA: Led Related Professional Organization, AIA Guam and Micronesia
  • Joyce See-yin Lee, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA New York Chapter
  • Michael Alan LeFevre, FAIA: Practice, AIA Atlanta
  • David J. Lind, FAIA: Practice, AIA Dallas
  • Michael Dale Lingerfelt, FAIA: Service to Society, AIA Orlando
  • Lawrence R. Livergood, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA Central Illinois
  • Ernest J. Lombard , FAIA: Service to Society, AIA Idaho
  • Ellen Lou, FAIA: Urban Design, AIA San Francisco
  • Daniel Patrick Maginn, FAIA: Practice, AIA Kansas City
  • Clarence D. Mamuyac, Jr., FAIA: Practice, AIA East Bay
  • Jonathan Jova Marvel, FAIA: Design, AIA New York Chapter
  • Roney J. Mateu, FAIA: Design, AIA Miami
  • Jeffrey J. McCarthy, FAIA: Practice, AIA Chicago
  • Lorne L. McConachie, FAIA: Practice, AIA Seattle
  • Charles W. Mears, FAIA: Practice, AIA St. Paul Chapter
  • Robert Earl Miller, FAIA: Design, AIA Seattle
  • David Mohney, FAIA: Education, AIA Kentucky
  • Anthony J. Moretti, FAIA: Practice, AIA Los Angeles
  • Steven M. Nilles, FAIA: Practice, AIA Chicago
  • Philip J. Poinelli, FAIA: Practice, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
  • Fred L. Powell, FAIA: Service to Society, AIA San Francisco
  • James E. Prendergast, FAIA: Practice, AIA Chicago
  • George R. Pressler, III, FAIA: Practice, AIA Los Angeles
  • James Easton Rains, Jr., FAIA: Practice, AIA North Carolina
  • Gary A. Reetz, FAIA: Practice, AIA Minnesota
  • Kurt A. Rockstroh, FAIA: Practice, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
  • David E. Rogers, FAIA: Design, AIA Los Angeles
  • Matthew L. Rossetti, FAIA: Design, AIA Detroit
  • Wayne Ruga, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Francisco
  • Lisa C. Sachs, FAIA: Alternative Career, AIA Los Angeles
  • Brenda A. Sanchez, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA Washington DC
  • Robert W. Schwartz, FAIA: Practice, St. Louis
  • Leslie L. Shepherd, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA Washington DC
  • Fredric Sherman, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Francisco
  • Ed Shriver, Jr., FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA Pittsburgh Chapter
  • Carlton T. Smith, FAIA: Led Related Professional Organization, AIA San Francisco
  • Lourdes Solera, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA Miami
  • Steven L. Spurlock, FAIA: Service to Society, AIA Washington DC
  • Ione R. Stiegler, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Diego
  • Kevin B. Sullivan, FAIA: Design, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
  • Walton R. Teague, FAIA: Led the Institute, AIA North Carolina
  • Charles K. Thompson, FAIA: Alternative Career, AIA Austin
  • H. Ruth Todd, FAIA: Practice, AIA San Francisco
  • David Daniel Tomber, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA Seattle
  • Nancy Rogo Trainer, FAIA: Practice, AIA Philadelphia
  • Timothy R. Twomey, FAIA: Practice, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
  • Paul Urbanek, FAIA: Design, AIA Detroit
  • Stephen J. Vanze, FAIA: Service to Society, AIA Washington DC
  • Robert J. Verrier, FAIA: Preservation, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
  • Mark Clay Vinson, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA Phoenix Metro
  • Marion Weiss, FAIA: Design, AIA New York Chapter
  • Andrew H. Wells, FAIA: Design, AIA Springfield
  • Howard Seth Wertheimer, FAIA: Government/Industry Organization, AIA Atlanta
  • Drew White, FAIA: Practice, AIA Indianapolis
  • William F. Wilson, FAIA: Practice, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
  • Scott A. Wolf, FAIA: Design, AIA Seattle

2012 Honorary Fellows

  • Pierre-Antoine Gatier: France, Pierre-Antoine Gatier, preservation
  • Richard Francis-Jones: Australia, fjmt (Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp), design
  • Solano Benítez: Paraguay, Gabinete de Arquitectura, design
  • Li Xiaodong: China, Tsinghua University School of Architecture, design
  • Anya van der Merwe: South Africa, van der Merwe Miszewski, design
  • Diébédo Francis Kéré: Germany, Kéré Architecture, design

2012 Jury of Fellows

  • Gregory Palermo, FAIA, (chair) Iowa State University
  • Jeffrey A. Huberman, FAIA, Gantt Huberman Architect, PLLC
  • Leevi Kiil, FAIA, Leevi Kiil Architect
  • Susan Maxman, FAIA, SMP Architects LTD
  • Craig Rafferty, FAIA, Rafferty Rafferty Tollefson Lindeke Architects
  • Linda Searl, FAIA, Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
  • Raymond Yeh, FAIA, University of Hawaii, School of Architecture.

Reference: AIA

Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "The AIA Elevates 105 Members and Six International Architects to the College of Fellows " 06 Feb 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/205893/the-aia-elevates-105-members-and-six-international-architects-to-the-college-of-fellows/> ISSN 0719-8884
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