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

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.

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

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

2013 Fellows:

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

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.

2013 Honorary Fellows:

  • Zvi Hecker, Germany
  • Ladislav Labus, Czech Republic
  • Francisco Mangado, Spain
  • Fernando Romero, Mexico
  • Matthias Sauerbruch, Germany
  • Ben van Berkel, Netherlands
  • Siegfried Zhiqiang Wu, China

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
  • Raymond Yeh, FAIA, Yeh Studio

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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "The AIA Elevates 122 Members and Seven International Architects to the College of Fellows " 11 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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