Mindy Lehrman Cameron, FAIA    Lehrman Cameron Studio , Seattle WA   Mindy Lehrrman Cameron is a trailblazer in interpretive educational design for sustainable resources and cultural history. She merges art and architecture into thought-provoking experiences, creating positive changes and inspiring people to make a better world.   

Mindy Lehrman Cameron, FAIA
Lehrman Cameron Studio, Seattle WA

Mindy Lehrrman Cameron is a trailblazer in interpretive educational design for sustainable resources and cultural history. She merges art and architecture into thought-provoking experiences, creating positive changes and inspiring people to make a better world.

 

  Jonah Cohen, FAIA  Hacker  Portland, Oregon   Jonah Cohen is a CITIZEN ARCHITECT who has blazed a path throughout his career, demonstrating to clients, colleagues and audiences that beauty and humanity in design are entirely compatible with efficiency and high performance.

Jonah Cohen, FAIA
Hacker
Portland, Oregon

Jonah Cohen is a CITIZEN ARCHITECT who has blazed a path throughout his career, demonstrating to clients, colleagues and audiences that beauty and humanity in design are entirely compatible with efficiency and high performance.

  R. David Frum, FAIA  Salus Healthcare Architecture  Seattle, WA   R. David Frum impacted healthcare architectural practice by lowering healthcare costs through early integration of LEAN methodologies. He earned national acclaim for his collaborative team leadership and he pioneered conferences that educate healthcare architects nationwide.

R. David Frum, FAIA
Salus Healthcare Architecture
Seattle, WA

R. David Frum impacted healthcare architectural practice by lowering healthcare costs through early integration of LEAN methodologies. He earned national acclaim for his collaborative team leadership and he pioneered conferences that educate healthcare architects nationwide.

  Samuel Miller, FAIA  LMN Architects  Seattle, WA   Sam Miller exemplifies successful architectural practice in the 21st century through energetic, team based collaboration, innovations in research and sustainable design, cross-generational mentoring, civic engagement, and inspirational leadership of award-winning projects.   

Samuel Miller, FAIA
LMN Architects
Seattle, WA

Sam Miller exemplifies successful architectural practice in the 21st century through energetic, team based collaboration, innovations in research and sustainable design, cross-generational mentoring, civic engagement, and inspirational leadership of award-winning projects.

 

  Jim Nicolow, FAIA LordAeckSargent.com Honolulu, HI   Jim has committed his career to transforming the built environment through leadership and collaboration on significant deep green projects; sustainability education and advocacy, and leadership and mentorship serving as Lord Aeck Sargent’s first Director of Sustainability.

Jim Nicolow, FAIA
LordAeckSargent.com
Honolulu, HI

Jim has committed his career to transforming the built environment through leadership and collaboration on significant deep green projects; sustainability education and advocacy, and leadership and mentorship serving as Lord Aeck Sargent’s first Director of Sustainability.

  Wendy Pautz, FAIA  LMN Architects  Seattle, WA   Wendy Pautz, AIA demonstrates the power of collaboration, leading multi-disciplinary teams to create transformative civic architecture. A leader of the profession, she inspires an inclusive, progressive firm design culture and mentors and supports emerging professionals.   

Wendy Pautz, FAIA
LMN Architects
Seattle, WA

Wendy Pautz, AIA demonstrates the power of collaboration, leading multi-disciplinary teams to create transformative civic architecture. A leader of the profession, she inspires an inclusive, progressive firm design culture and mentors and supports emerging professionals.

 

  Carrie Strickland, FAIA  Progress Works Architecture  Portland, OR   Making the value of concept driven design conspicuous to clients and a widening community through provocative work, Carrie Strickland has opened new horizons in design and culture.

Carrie Strickland, FAIA
Progress Works Architecture
Portland, OR

Making the value of concept driven design conspicuous to clients and a widening community through provocative work, Carrie Strickland has opened new horizons in design and culture.

  Wolf Saar, FAIA  Via Architecture  Seattle, WA   Wolf Saar leads AIA Contract Documents nationally and was a founder of AIA/CES. He develops industry-standard risk management tools that promote sustainability and collaboration nationwide and made AIA/CES fundamental to licensure of architects.       

Wolf Saar, FAIA
Via Architecture
Seattle, WA

Wolf Saar leads AIA Contract Documents nationally and was a founder of AIA/CES. He develops industry-standard risk management tools that promote sustainability and collaboration nationwide and made AIA/CES fundamental to licensure of architects.

 

 

  Karen Thomas, FAIA  Gensler  Seattle, WA   Karen’s approach to practice management is “People First.” Through this, she has advanced the standards of the practice of architecture as evidenced in her leadership development, client relationships, practice growth, and meaningful connections to community.     

Karen Thomas, FAIA
Gensler
Seattle, WA

Karen’s approach to practice management is “People First.” Through this, she has advanced the standards of the practice of architecture as evidenced in her leadership development, client relationships, practice growth, and meaningful connections to community.  

 

  David Wark, FAIA  Hennebery Eddy Architects  Portland, OR    David Wark reaffirms our nation's cultural meaning by renewing opportunities for education and recreation and revitalizing urban neighborhoods through the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of historic properties.    

David Wark, FAIA
Hennebery Eddy Architects
Portland, OR

David Wark reaffirms our nation's cultural meaning by renewing opportunities for education and recreation and revitalizing urban neighborhoods through the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of historic properties.

 

Washington D.C. The 2018 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated 152 member-architects to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the architecture profession. The fellows will be honored at a ceremony on June 22 at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2018 in New York City.

The fellowship program was developed to elevate those architects who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession and made a significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level. Prospective candidates must have at least 10 years of AIA membership and demonstrated influence in at least one of the following 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 or practice;
  • Coordinated the building industry and the profession of architecture through leadership in the AIA or other related professional organizations; o
  • Advanced the living standards of people through an improved environment.

The stringent requirements result in only three percent of the AIA’s more than 91,000 members being recognized as fellows. Currently, there are 3,425 living fellows globally.

Fellows are selected by a seven-member Jury of Fellows. This year’s jury included Karen Nichols, FAIA (Chair), Michael Graves Architecture & Design; Peter Bardwell, FAIA, Bardwell + Associates, LLC; Mary A. Burke, FAIA, Burke Design and Architecture PLLC; Philip Castillo, FAIA, JAHN; Mary P. Cox, FAIA, Virginia Commonwealth University; Paul Mankins, FAIA, Substance architecture and David Messersmith, FAIA, University of Texas.