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The American Institute of Architects College of Fellows History & Directory



the american institute of architects college of fellows

History & Directory

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7 Introduction

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9 The aia and the Emergence of Fellowship 17 The Founding of the College of Fellows 19 Establishing an Identity 32 Years of Major Progress 54 Continued Growth Into a New Century 57 Mentorship and Financial Leadership 61 Sustaining, Re-messaging and Fund Raising 64 Ensuring Financial Resiliency 67 Transformational Outreach 71 Doing More in Challenging Times 75 Preserving the legacy and Advancing New Traditions 79 Celebration, Restructuring & A Return To Normal 84 Leslie N. Boney Spirit of Fellowship Award 85 Grants Awarded By the College of Fellows 101 Latrobe Prize Recipients 104

chronological directory

105 1857–1951 129 1952–2023

Alphabetical Directory Fellows Of The AIA 477 lists of honor 478 Presidents of the aia 481

Chancellors of the College of Fellows

483 Architecture Firm Award Recipients 484 Edward C. Kemper Award Recipients 487 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award Recipients 488 Topaz Medallion Recipients 490 Gold Medalists 492 Leslie Boney Spirit of Fellowship Award


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INTRODUCTION It is a great pleasure to welcome our newest Fellows into the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows. For over one hundred and fifty years, we have recognized and celebrated those architects whose achievements in design, practice, public life, academia, and service to the Institute are an inspiration for us all. Fellowship is Leadership! As Fellows we continue to practice and serve, we are mentors and leaders in countless public and private organizations, we set an example of the highest achievements in every aspect of our professional lives. The goals and opportunities of the College grow and change in relation to the growth and change in the society we serve. The College of Fellows aligns with and extends the purposes of the Institute. We sponsor research, develop and support mentoring programs, and promote sharing of interests among Fellows in the profession and in society. This volume describes our history, lists the names of all Fellows up to and including the Class of 2023, and records many of the activities of the College. Frances Halsband, FAIA 2023 Chancellor

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The History of the College of Fellows


THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS AND THE EMERGENCE OF FELLOWSHIP 1857–1884: PROFESSIONALS, ASSOCIATES, AND FELLOWS The ninth article of the 1857 AIA constitution defined two distinct classes of membership—Professional and Associate. The path to Professional membership required proposal and election by the AIA Board of Directors, after a candidate had first served as an Associate. At the time, the title “Fellow” appears to have been used interchangeably with “Professional Member.” For example, Richard Upjohn’s 1857 AIA certificate of membership, although not inscribed until 1873, states he was “elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects on the 23rd of February 1857.” Thus, the term “Fellow” applied to the AIA’s earliest members. Another early reference to the title “Fellow” occurs in minutes from a meeting of the Institute, October 4, 1864, preserved in the AIA Archives. This record states that “Mr. Calvert Vaux proposed a subject for debate: the suitableness of introducing a new order of membership into the Institute that should include Painters, Carvers, Carpenters, Masons and others, whose pursuits are connected with the art of architecture.” No vote was taken. Some months later, Vaux again proposed his idea for a new class of members to be called “‘Fellows,’ or any other name of the like important to distinguish them.” R. G. Hatfield, a charter member and first treasurer of the Institute—an office he held until his death in 1879—opposed the proposal. Hatfield thought such a move would “confess to the public that the Institute’s members were in need of the information supposed to be imparted by the technicians and craftsmen.” This closed the matter. The incident illustrates that, although the title “Fellow” was in use at the time, it was not an esteemed designation. By the 1860s and throughout the AIA’s early years, members who were already distinguished practitioners joined as Fellows. An architect joined in whichever category was appropriate, and Associates could be advanced later on. Members who sought to advance from Associate to Fellow did so by initiating the process themselves. A handwritten note dated October 22, 1867 minutes, stated, “H. H. Richardson advanced to Fellowship.” An 1876

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Richard Upjohn’s 1857 membership certificate stating his election as a “Fellow”

application from George Frederick requested “election as a Fellow of the Institute” based on his having practiced architecture for 12 years, and John Murdock and E. G. Lind, both of whom signed themselves “Fellows, A.I.A.,” proposed Frederick for membership. His application was submitted on a printed form, suggesting the application process and title were well established. In 1881 the Board limited the number of Fellows members to 70. During the 1882 convention, the Committee on the Enlargement of the Number of Fellows of the Institute was formed. At the convention in Albany one year later, this committee gave its report, and a bylaws amendment to remove the ceiling was voted in. At the 1885 AIA Convention in Nashville, it was reported that “since the Albany Convention, there [have] been added to the roll of membership the names of five Fellows and nine Associates. Four Associates have been promoted to the Fellowship grade.” By 1885 total membership increased to 188, with 89 Fellows and 99 Associates. 1884–1889: THE WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS Although the AIA’s growth had been interrupted by the American Civil War and the financial crises of the 1870s, by the mid-1880s it had members across the country and eleven local chapters including four in Midwestern

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cities and one in San Francisco. Then, in 1884, a rival organization appeared when the Western Association of Architects (WAA) was founded in Chicago. This democratic organization designated all members as “Fellows” and was open to any architect practicing the profession in the United States. WAA membership involved none of the examinations and member scrutiny the AIA required. In addition, the AIA was seen as dominated by elitist East Coast architects and favoring Beaux Arts classicism over the innovative American styles exemplified by the work of Chicago architects. These factors, along with the WAA’s annual dues of $2 versus the AIA’s $10, caused WAA membership to swell. In just two years, its numbers surpassed those of the AIA. Most WAA members were from the Midwest, but many architects in western Pennsylvania, upstate New York, Colorado, and the South also joined. At the AIA headquarters in New York City, these developments were viewed with growing alarm. To gain a better understanding of the competing organization, A. J. Bloor, an AIA Fellow, was dispatched to the WAA’s second annual meeting in St. Louis in 1885. Bloor, essentially serving as both an emissary and spy, noted issues guaranteed to raise the eyebrows of the eastern architectural establishment. In a draft of his report, he removed reference to an address by Charles Illsley because it included a “slight slur

A. J. Bloor helped found the New York Chapter of the aia and was a longtime secretary of the Institute

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on the Institute in the sense of its being too conservative and slow.” Bloor also recounted that the highlight of the first day’s afternoon session was the unanimous election of a woman to Fellowship, Louise Blanchard Bethune— the first woman known to have worked as a professional architect—of Buffalo, New York. Three years later, Bethune would join the AIA as its first female member. Also that day, Louis Sullivan addressed the assembly on “Characteristics and Tendencies of American Architecture.” According to Bloor’s report, during the procedural discussions that occupied the next afternoon and evening, Bloor attempted to share the AIA’s experience in these matters: It was after midnight before the committee separated, but a somewhat festive party of other members of the [WAA] had been waiting for me, and it was some two hours later before I was allowed to retire, feeling that the interests represented in common by the Association and Institute had suffered nothing from the opportunities afforded by such a social occasion for the indirect promotion and cementing of good feeling. Summing up his reactions to the WAA meeting, Bloor wrote: The impression made upon me during the performance of the mission you entrusted to me is that the Association, equally with the Institute, has the good of our art and of its profession at heart, and that it is our duty to work cordially with it. The architectural productions of the West include many examples quite equal to any buildings erected for similar purposes on the Atlantic seaboard, and the Western Association comprises in its membership men of professional acquirements, which give them a just claim to equal standing with members of architectural bodies anywhere in the world. The training of many—perhaps most of them—has been received in the East, and of some of them, in Europe. There will very likely be shown at first, among the most active of the [WAA members], an inclination to the under-evaluation of the experience of the Institute, and to the over-assertion of their own existence and methods, but this will soon wear off, as they discover for themselves the difficulties with which we are so familiar, and before long, we shall doubtless find the value of new blood in pursuing and gaining the objects which must necessarily be common to both organizations. Bloor’s report was eagerly discussed among AIA officers and later pro-

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vided a basis for the first tentative steps toward the merger of the AIA and the WAA. In 1888, the AIA invited WAA delegates to attend the AIA convention in Buffalo. There, Dankmar Adler and Stephen Vaughn Shipman from the WAA conferred with the AIA’s Richard Morris Hunt (President 1888-1891), Edward H. Kendall (President 1892-1893), and Alfred Stone (one of six founders of the Rhode Island Chapter of the AIA). The Institute expressed its willingness to consider each member of the WAA individually for acceptance but balked at admitting the entire organization at once. The WAA, for its part, was opposed to the two levels of AIA membership— Fellow and Associate—which the WAA saw as creating an “aristocracy.” Although these differences seemed irreconcilable, discussion progressed both at the convention and over the next year. A “consolidation convention” was held in 1889 and, though many procedural wrinkles remained, the two societies agreed to merge. The WAA resolutely refused to forfeit its members’ title of Fellow, and the AIA was forced to concede by adopting a more egalitarian concept of membership. Thus, WAA members were accepted as Fellows in the AIA, and, simultaneously, existing AIA members were elevated to Fellow. The WAA, in turn, sacrificed its organization’s name. Former WAA members, however, were noted as WAA in membership directories until the late 1920s. 1890–1920: DEBATE ON MEMBERSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP The AIA Constitution of 1889 stated that the “Institute shall consist of Fellows, of Corresponding [Members,] and of Honorary Members.” These categories were further delineated as follows: The condition of membership as Fellows shall be the honorable practice of the profession of architecture. . . An architect is a professional person, whose occupation consists in originating and supplying artistic and scientific data preliminary to and in connection with the construction of buildings, their appurtenances and decorations; in supervising the operations of contractors thereof, and in preparing contracts between the proprietors and contractors thereof. No member shall accept direct or indirect compensation for services rendered in the practice of his profession, other than the fees received from his client. . . [The categories of Corresponding and Honorary membership shall apply to] Fellows

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The Octagon, 1798–1800: headquarters of the aia from 1899 to 1959; offices of the aia Foundation from 1959

who have relinquished the practice of the profession and thereby lost their right to Fellowship of the Institute; [as well as] foreign architects, civil engineers and other scientific men, as well as amateurs of distinction. By 1892 the Institute had grown to 465 Fellows and 81 Honorary members in 23 chapters. At the 1894 national convention in Chicago, President Daniel Hudson Burnham suggested that to complement the AIA’s expansion, drawings by Fellows should be solicited for a proposed national headquarters building for the Institute. Burnham’s desire to hasten the drive for a new headquarters—an idea first raised in 1883—would be fulfilled in 1898, when the AIA first leased the Octagon in Washington, DC. Regarding the continuing question of membership categories, most AIA members believed there should be two classes of active membership including a select “aristocracy.” Chicago architect Normand S. Patton expressed this sentiment in a speech at the 1895 AIA convention in St. Louis: The Institute should not exist “to unite in Fellowship the architects of this continent” but only to unite a small, self-elected aristocracy. Our effort should be to decrease rather than increase our membership. Our efforts are to be combined, not to promote the efficiency of the profession or even the efficiency of our own members; but the main purpose is the creation of a very select club, election to which shall be the highest honor for which a

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member of our profession can strive. If the aristocratic theory be adopted, we have no use for chapters—all we want is the title of “Fellow of the AIA.”

Before the formation of the [WAA], the [AIA] was run on the theory that it represented the elite of the profession. The [WAA] was organized on a more democratic basis, with the result that in a few years, it outnumbered the [AIA] and extended its state associations as far east as New York State. Had the consolidation not occurred, the next move would have been the change of name to The American Association of Architects, with the probability that it would have increased and the Institute would have decreased. Thus would have then attained the result sought for, to make the Institute small and select. The return to two categories of membership—Fellows and Associates—was officially proposed by Professor C. Francis Osborne of Philadelphia, a WAA Fellow, in a paper titled “What Membership in the Institute Should Mean,” delivered at the 1897 AIA convention in Detroit. After praising the formation of a truly “national” society, he posed questions for the enlarged Institute: Surely such a Society, after such a period of existence, ought to be able to show, to justify its existence at all: 1. That it includes in its membership a very large majority of all the reputable practitioners of the country. 2. That membership in it is accepted by the profession and the public as evidence of professional capacity. 3. That the deliberations of its Annual Conventions are followed with interest and respected as to their conclusions, both by the profession and by the public at large. But what are the facts with regard to the Institute? It is notorious that members of the Institute form but a very small part of the total number of architects practicing in this country. Can any fair-minded member say that we include within our ranks, small though they be, the best ability in the profession; or that F.A.I.A. after our names can be taken as any certain indication that we are all of us well equipped for practice?… I believe that truth demands a negative answer to each of these questions…where is the fault, and what is the remedy? I believe that the first important change should be made in the direction of enlarg15

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ing the scope and significance of membership in the Institute by an arrangement of two classes: a) Fellows and b) Associates. That Associates should be drawn from the ranks of younger members of the profession, with an election by the Board of Directors after an examination on professional subjects. That Fellows should be elected: – only from the ranks of the Associates, and after ten years of active practice. – only by a nomination by a Chapter approved by the Board of Directors. – only by ballot at a meeting of the Convention. By these means, two desirable things would be certain of accomplishment. First, a widely increased membership . . . and second, nonmembership might be taken to indicate a [lesser] degree of skill. Professor Osborne’s proposals were adopted in the bylaws during the 1898 AIA convention in Washington, DC. As anticipated, the new membership categories led to an increase in members. By 1903 the Institute’s membership numbered 753—358 Fellows and 395 Associates. The number elected to Fellowship under the new rules was very small. Only six were elevated in 1906, including Henry Bacon, architect of the Lincoln Memorial, and John Russell Pope, architect of the Jefferson Memorial. In 1907 seven advanced to Fellowship. The Board then selected those candidates to be presented for “consideration” (election) by members assembled at the convention. All members in attendance voted on the nominations, with results announced later during the convention. In this manner the Institute slowly admitted new Fellows, but overall numbers diminished with the deaths of elderly Fellows. In 1908, Fellows numbered 320; that number shrank to 294 by 1910. By comparison, the number of Associates increased from 548 in 1908 to 597 in 1910.

1920–1935: A JURY OF FELLOWS Controversy was brewing over the selection of Fellows. Although nominations originated both from chapters and members at large, the power to review and offer nominations for a convention vote rested solely with the AIA Board of Directors. Members were concerned that candidates were often not presented or held for review for an excessive period of time. Membership’s dissatisfaction with the election procedure was so great

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that in 1920 and 1921, the AIA Board declined to present nominations to the convention and, consequently, no Fellows were elected. A Board committee was then appointed to study the matter and concluded that the Fellowship category should be abolished. The Board disregarded this advice, however, and chose to settle the question on its own. Accordingly, when delegates arrived at the 1922 AIA convention in Chicago, President Henry H. Kendall distributed a brief statement to membership explaining the general features of the proposed new method of electing Fellows: Fellowship in The American Institute of Architects is conferred upon a member who is a citizen of the United States who, in the opinion of an authorized Jury of Fellows, shall have notably contributed to the advancement of the Profession in design, construction, literature, education or public service. The above Jury shall be composed of six Fellows appointed by the President. The name of each candidate selected by the Jury, after having been submitted to the members of the Chapter of which he is a Member, and to all Members and Fellows of the Institute, shall be submitted to the Convention following the nomination, for election. Membership accepted the Board’s proposals, and Fellows’ elections were handled in this manner until 1935. During this time, Lois Lilley Howe of Boston—the second woman to join the AIA (1901)—became its second female Fellow in 1931 and the first woman elected to Fellowship, as Bethune had become a Fellow by default during the WAA merger. In 1935 the authority for selection was placed solely with the Jury of Fellows, where it remains today. During the 17 years from 1935 until the College’s first investiture in 1952, 311 Fellows were elevated via the jury system.

THE FOUNDING OF THE COLLEGE OF FELLOWS At the AIA convention in Chicago in May 1951, President Ralph Thomas Walker called a meeting of all attending Fellows. From the ensuing discussions, a resolution was formed and passed: “Resolved: That the Board authorize the establishment of a College of Fellows composed of the Fellows of the American Institute of Architects.” A few months later on January 17, 1952, nine American Institute of

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The 1924 by-laws of the Institute regarding members’ advancement to Fellowship

Architects Fellows—among them William F. Lamb, architect of the Empire State Building, and Ralph T. Walker, the College’s future first chancellor, and Edgar I. Williams, who become its third chancellor—gathered at New York City’s University Club, McKim, Mead & White’s imposing Italian Renaissance palazzo on Fifth Avenue. In a later report to the AIA Board of Directors, Walker noted the nine attendees had not intended to usurp the potential contributions of other Fellows. The group proposed changing the AIA bylaws to permit the College of Fellows to exist within the Institute. Although the College’s purpose and duties were at first unclear, the group eventually agreed to present the following bylaws amendment to the AIA Board of Directors in March and then, somewhat warily, at the 1952 AIA convention, where they were passed: The purpose of the College is to stimulate and express the opinions and advice of honored and experienced members of the Profession. . .. The duty of the College is to consider and report to the Board of Directors, at such times and manner as it may determine, any question or matter referred to it by the Board, or any matter of general interest to the Profession. The College shall provide a committee of induction to assist the president at any annual meeting or convention to induct newly elected Fellows, and to participate in their being presented to the Convention.

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Some early critics of the College expressed concern that it might serve as a forum for former officers to maintain power and influence. However, Walker and the other founding Fellows envisioned the College differently. With the change in the Fellowship selection process in 1922, Fellows had come to comprise a virtual “who’s who” of the profession. This group of the most notable architects in the United States possessed extraordinary—albeit unorganized and untapped—talent and experience. For Walker and many others, the College presented the potential to use the Fellows’ unique knowledge and abilities for the betterment of the Institute and the profession. In addition, the annual meeting of the Fellows would provide opportunity to socialize and to exchange ideas—which the original bylaws designated as a “convocation.” Walker’s choice of the quasi-academic name “College of Fellows” is unclear. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), which the AIA often consulted on procedural matters, provided no precedent. RIBA Fellowships were conferred at its annual meeting with little ceremony, and British Fellows had not formed an organization. Walker’s inspiration perhaps came from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), which had organized a group of Fellows in 1941. Induction into the Canadian College followed strict rituals involving Diplomas of Fellowship being awarded by a chancellor, dean, and registrar clad in academic robes in a candlelight ceremony. Whatever the naming precedent, the AIA College of Fellows is thought to be the brainchild of Walker, who in addition to serving as its inaugural chancellor, wrote the induction ceremony and created the first designs for the Fellowship medallion and chancellor’s medal.

ESTABLISHING AN IDENTITY 1952: SETTING THE COURSE The 1952 AIA convention in New York City conferred Fellowships on 39 architects, and the June 1952 issue of the AIA Journal—the AIA’s official magazine—carried their names and photographs. Among those honored was Eero Saarinen, who had received critical recognition for his work with Knoll furniture as well as for taking first prize

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in the 1948 competition for the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. The convention also adopted a number of constitution and bylaws amendments, including raising membership dues to $50, of which $10 was earmarked for public relations, and creating the College of Fellows. The College held its first meeting during the 1952 convention at a luncheon arranged by Fellow Arthur C. Holden at the University Club. AIA President and Fellow A. Glenn Stanton presided while the College elected its first officers: Ralph T. Walker, chancellor; Alexander C. Robinson III, vice chancellor; J. Woolson Brooks, bursar; and Edmund R. Purves, secretary. Chancellor Walker opened the discussion by soliciting ideas for potential College projects. Norman J. Schlossman, perhaps with an eye to the 1957 AIA centennial, proposed that the College sponsor the writing of the Institute’s history. Edgar I. Williams objected on the grounds the project would look “backwards and the College of Fellows should look forward and lead the Institute.” Discussion extended into the afternoon, halted only by the need to establish and appoint three committees: Committee on Purpose Walter T. Rolfe, Chair; Samuel E. Lunden; Allan H. Neal Committee on Nominations A. Glenn Stanton, Chair; Thomas D. Broad; Edgar I. Williams Committee on Investiture Allan H. Neal, Chair; Paul Gerhardt Jr.; William Bain Jr. With the executive committee elected and a working structure established, the AIA’s College of Fellows began.

1953: THE FIRST INVESTITURE The 1953 Investiture of 30 new Fellows at the 85th AIA convention in Seattle presented the first opportunity to execute the committees’ suggestions. Held in conjunction with the annual banquet, the Investiture ceremony was a gala event. President Stanton joined Chancellor Walker in the fanfare. In his remarks, Walker explained the Fellowship selection process: The method of selecting Fellows is simple [and] democratic and the responsibility of the 20

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The first executive committee of the College of Fellows: Ralph Walker, faia, chancellor; Alexander C. Robinson III, faia, vice chancellor; J. Woolson Brooks, faia, bursar; Edmund R. Purves, faia, secretary

selection is vested in the Jury of Fellows. Members of the Jury are appointed by the Board of Directors to represent the different geographical divisions of the nation; [the Jury is] a continuing, changing group, one member each year replacing a retiring Juror. The Jury scrutinizes the data it receives, reviews the facts and exhibits of each candidate, and measures out its own judgment with one objective: the advancement of the profession of Architecture. The intangible qualities of professional brilliance, integrity, loyalty of purpose to the Institute and service to the Public are those by which a candidate is judged. It is not the purpose of the Fellowship to create an aristocracy of membership, but to give those who have shown their worth an accolade and a charge that their responsibilities have just begun. Walker then read the name, chapter, and citation of the new Fellows,

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each of whom was escorted to the platform by a senior Fellow. Once all new Fellows received their certificates, the audience was asked to stand and recognize them. Thereby the formalities of the Investiture were established, and continue to this day. Walker stated: Fellowship is not an honor to be sought after. It should be received with humility. The members of the Institute expect all of you to continue to lend your efforts, your talents and your prestige to the advancement of Architecture. The new Fellows then repeated an oath, led by Walker: I, [Fellow’s name], now admitted in The College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, do solemnly affirm that I shall consider it my duty to perform so as to ensure that the American Institute of Architects and the College will merit continued esteem. 1954: ESTABLISHING AWARDS In 1954 the Institute created “Honorary Fellowship,” replacing the designation of Honorary Corresponding Membership, which had existed since 1911, to recognize an “architect of esteemed character and distinguished achievements who is not a citizen or a resident of the United States and does not practice architecture within the domain of the Institute.” A jury of Fellows would review applications. In special cases, the AIA bylaws established an ability to grant Fellowships automatically. Recipients of the AIA Gold Medal and of the Kemper Award for service to the profession who are not already Fellows or Honorary Fellows receive the appropriate Fellowship honor without application to the jury of Fellows. In addition, for a number of years the Institute extended similar recognition to the presidents of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Federation of Colleges of Architects of the Mexican Republic. However, this tradition was discontinued. At the second Investiture in Boston in 1954, 21 new Fellows were advanced, including Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe, and the first Honorary Fellow—Carlos E. da Silva of the Philippines—was elevated. Juan Felipe Nakpil became the first Asian American elevated to Fellowship, having become an architect while the Philippines was a US territory from 1898 to 1946. Nakpil is considered the “Dean of Filipino Architects” in his

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Medallion of Fellowship

native country. The Convocation of Fellows resulted in the creation of the “Medallion of Fellowship,” designed by Ralph Walker based on the AIA seal, executed in silver, hung on a purple neck ribbon, and decreed to be worn at all formal Institute functions. The College established a literary citation to recognize “worthy contributions in the field of architecture.” For the first year, an award committee limited the recognition to articles published in the AIA Journal. The College also initiated a student awards program, with nominations put forth by faculty in architectural programs. Fellow Richard Neutra was among the members of the student awards committee. In other business, a committee was formed to further refine and perfect the Investiture ceremony. The AIA Library was cited as “an outstanding collection on American Architecture,” and the bursar stated College assets, dependent entirely on contributions, stood at $108—an amount that dampened the College’s ambitions.

1955: COLLEGE INDUCTS FIRST WOMAN At the 1955 AIA convention in Minneapolis, 42 architects advanced to Fellowship, including the third female Fellow and the first female Fellow elevated into the College by the jury system, Elizabeth Coit—a Massachusetts-born, New York architect who specialized in public housing. Two Honorary Fellows were elevated, marking their countries’ first Fellow: C.H. Aslin of the United Kingdom and Kay Otto Fisker from Denmark. The annual Convocation had become a special tradition, and the 1955 event was no exception. The COF 1955 Minutes describe the occasion in florid detail:

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A short drive from the convention’s Hotel Radisson, circling the edge of the lake, brought the Fellows to the broad tree-shaded lawns of the Minnikahda Club…[Guests] settled into the comfortable conviviality of the informal clusters at various vantage spots. Refreshments were available in a popular corner of the club veranda. Cares wafted into the broad vistas over the lake. Contentment and repose became so highly enjoyable that passage of time was cruel, and the company was reluctant to move into the dining room for luncheon. Consequently, it was somewhat after two o’clock when Chancellor Alexander C. Robinson III called the [Convocation] to order. [The]assembled company concluded a full slate of business. Past Chancellor Walker presented the College with a special ornament of office for the chancellors. Designed by Walker, it was a silver plaque on which successive chancellors’ names were to be engraved; it rested in a velvet-lined leather case. Walker, in turn, was presented with a special ribbon edged in blue, to signify his distinction as past chancellor. A moment of silence was observed for departed Fellows. The Bursar then reported the College solvent to the tune of $574.87. The minutes also reported the recognition of nine professors; the student awards program proposed the previous year was not carried forward. Willard Connelly received the Literary Award for a series of four articles on Louis Sullivan. Fellow Charles Fredrick Cellarius of the AIA Foundation spoke of the Foundation’s aims and reminded the Fellows of their oft-pledged, but as yet unforthcoming, support. Vice Chancellor Edgar I.

Elizabeth Coit, the first woman to be invested in the College of Fellows

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Williams then introduced an inquiry into the basic values and purposes of the College. Observers noted considerable animated discussion ensued regarding the value of the College to date in “the ‘imponderables’, those qualities that are the warp and weft of the arts” and in being “of service in the less practical but equally important intangible matters.” No conclusions were reached. 1956: ISSUES OF FUNDING The Convocation luncheon at the 1956 AIA convention in Los Angeles was held at the suburban home of Fellow Welton Becket. Thirty-five new Fellows were invested into the College along with two Honorary Fellows, including the first South American, Gustavo L. Wallis of Venezuela. One hundred and sixteen Fellows traveled from the Biltmore Hotel to Becket’s residence, where refreshments and luncheon were served on the terrace and lawn. Among the first items discussed at the business meeting was dues. To finance some of its projects, the College had considered assessing each Fellow $5. It was reported, however, that the AIA Board of Directors was not in favor of this idea and that the Board had furthermore discontinued its formal allowance to the College. The College would be supported in an arrangement similar to any AIA committee, whereby funds for “special projects,” or purposes other than “enabling the College to meet,” required approval from the AIA Board’s executive committee. At the meeting’s end, the College’s bursar reported a balance of $173.98; a unanimous vote allocated the total to the AIA Foundation. The literary awards made a final appearance in the form of two AIA Journal articles from 1955: “Planning in a Free Community,” by Henry S. Churchill, and “Charles Donagh Maginnis,” by William Emerson and Archbishop Cushing. George H. Herrick and Ralph T. Walker received honorable mentions.

1957: HIGH ATTENDANCE AT THE AIA CENTENNIAL The 1957 AIA convention in Washington, DC, marked the centennial of the founding of the American Institute of Architects. Convention plans were ambitious. Late in the preparations, however, the event’s planners recognized the Institute was

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Ralph Walker receiving the 1957 Centennial Medal of Honor from aia President Leon Chatelain Jr.

celebrating a history that had never been recorded. Accordingly, in 90 days Fellow Henry H. Saylor produced The AIA’s First Hundred Years, which was published as the May issue of the AIA Journal. Other aspects of the convention were less successful. Convention planners significantly underestimated attendance at several events. The vast Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall was crowded for an afternoon concert, “Architecture in Music.” That evening at the Centennial dinner, all members could not be seated in the main convention hall, so loudspeakers were rigged in distant banquet rooms. The AIA had commissioned commemorative china bearing the Institute’s seal for presentation to seated guests before the meal. Confusion forced abandonment of this plan, however, and the plates were unceremoniously handed to each guest afterward. During the dinner, Louis Skidmore received the Gold Medal, the AIA’s most prestigious award, and Ralph T. Walker was awarded a special Centennial Medal of Honor. President Leon Chatelain Jr. also announced the names of the newly elected Fellows, although the venue limited those elevated to simply standing to be recognized. Forty-nine Fellows were advanced—the largest group ever invested in one year—including Paul R. Williams, the first African-American member of the AIA and the first African-American Fellow. Three Honorary Fellows were also elevated—Douglas E. Kertland

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became Canada’s first Honorary Fellow and Pier Luigi Nervi Italy’s first. Over-attendance at the Investiture resulted in perhaps the most ill-fated convention event. Held in the lobby of the Carlton Hotel, all participants and their friends and relatives, as well as College members and curious passersby, stood for the entire program. Confusion continued at the Convocation luncheon, when many more unexpected guests arrived. In the May AIA Board Minutes, Chatelain described the proceedings as a “fiasco.” A Fellows committee was appointed to ensure selection of suitable Investiture venues in the future. The realization that 23 of the 48 new Fellows were cited for “public service” or “service to the Institute” caused the AIA Board’s Committee on Fellowship Matters to propose a new class of membership—Regents—for these two areas of service. This category would honor “those members of devoted and distinguished service, but whose service had not been so outstanding or inspirational as to warrant a Fellowship.” Such a category would “give increased stature to Fellowship and put greater emphasis for achievement in architecture.” After much spirited debate, the idea was dropped because of concern it would be construed as a “second class” Fellowship. Nonetheless, the belief that Fellowship was less worthy if awarded for any reason other than achievement in design remained in the minds of many.

1958: REASSESSING THE COLLEGE’S PURPOSE The 1958 convention was held in Cleveland, Ohio, and among the 20 architects elevated to Fellowship were Marcel Breuer, who would go on to garner the 1968 Gold Medal; Gordon Bunshaft, shared recipient of the 1988 Pritzker Architecture Prize; and William Pereira, designer of the landmark Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco. A record nine Honorary Fellows were elevated including Finland’s Alvar Aalto and the first architects so honored from the USSR and Japan. Chancellor Roy F. Larson and Acting Jury Chair Jack Bass Smith conducted the Investiture. For the Convocation, the Fellows adjourned to the Chagrin Valley Hunt Club. Guests included four Honorary Fellows: Maurice Payette of Canada and newly elevated Frederico Ugarte of Argentina, Hector Mardones Restat of Chile, and Icaro de Castro Mello of Brazil The bursar reported the trea-

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sury stood at $111 and the College’s membership numbered 504. The AIA Board of Directors had previously raised concerns that in the six years since its founding, the College could point to few substantial achievements. Award and citation programs by the College existed only fleetingly. Moreover, the ceremony of the annual Investiture—the College’s only specific duty—was inconsistent, and the College’s perennially underfunded treasury inspired little respect. These failures were all the more distressing when contrasted with the College’s makeup: its members were the architecture profession’s acknowledged leaders and, not incidentally, included every living past officer of the Institute. Board members, some of whom were not Fellows, justifiably questioned the College’s intent. A Board inquiry into “the Exact Purpose of the College of Fellows” was conducted and read to the Convocation. According to observers, the reading precipitated vociferous debate. During an ebb in the discussion, Alexander C. Robinson III of Ohio captured the spirit of the moment by stating, “The College of Fellows shall be devoted to Fellowship.” Arthur Holden suggested the addition of “and the advancement of architectural Fellowship.” The College’s official purpose statement—unanimously adopted and sent posthaste to the Board—read: The College of Fellows should not take over problems of the profession as a whole, believing that these are the province of the Institute. The College of Fellows should remain a group having no other purpose than its annual meeting, which should be an occasion to meet with the new Fellows, to renew old acquaintances and to seek inspiration from a short talk on architecture to be followed by discussion. This declaration appeased the Board’s concerns.

1959: CHARTING THE FUTURE Thirty-eight architects were elevated, along with three Honorary Fellows, at the Investiture in the Great Hall of the Delgado Museum during the 1959 AIA convention in New Orleans. The Gold Medal was presented to Walter Gropius, the German-born founder of the Bauhaus School. Many of those present recalled when, in the same hall, the Institute awarded the 1938 Gold Medal to Paul Philippe Cret, French-

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born Philadelphia architect and industrial designer. Despite the unanimous approval of the College’s statement of purpose the previous year, many Fellows wished to discuss what the group could accomplish. A written survey distributed to the College’s members yielded widely divergent opinions ranging from highly negative—the College served no purpose and should be abolished—to extremely ambitious—the College should undertake activities and programs already under the purview of the Institute. The executive committee defended the College’s role, arguing that the AIA, which was becoming a large organization, could benefit from the work of a select group of members wholly concerned with promoting and protecting the interests of the profession. The officers also felt that the warmth and camaraderie of College ceremonies did enough to justify the group’s existence. An address to the Fellows by Chancellor Roy F. Larson acknowledged the tensions between the College and the Institute but noted signs of improving relationships. He outlined the following activities and summarized the College’s purpose: The officers have concluded that this body should be the instrument either along with the Institute administration, or apart from it, for assessing the status of the profession and the quality of its product. What progress have we made? Not a great deal, but [a plan is being developed] to give direction and purpose and to make use of the talent represented by the College… We exist by the authority of the Board of Directors. Although we are a child of the Institute, we are not a pampered one. In fact, past administrations of the College, and this one, have experienced a feeling of being an unwanted stepchild. We operate, as you may be aware, without appropriation from the Board, and, I observe, without its sympathy. This attitude is changing, it may be said with some confidence. President John Richards has been instrumental in bringing about this change. Nevertheless, when I appeared before the directors of the Institute this past year, the first chancellor to have been invited to do so, and conveyed to them some of the thinking of the officers and past chancellors of the College, I met with [but] mild interest in our plans, and counter-proposals which bordered on the trivial. Some proposed to draw upon the College’s rather

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lean treasury, which has been, as you know, made up of voluntary contributions. Your officers are opposed to the use of such funds [as] the College has, to carry on activities for which we as architects pay dues to the Institute. In brief, your officers consider the following to be proper activities: • Encouraging informal group discussion by Fellows throughout the country. • Commissioning articles and essays by outstanding scholars in and out of the profession, on architecture, planning and the related arts. • Establishing close relations with foreign architects. • Making a contribution to the field of architectural education. • Taking a position on the growing tendency of politics in the competition for office in the AIA. Of one thing the officers are convinced: the College must avoid over-organization and the compounding of committees and programs competitive with the established Institute procedure. There should be no attempt to usurp the powers and prerogatives of the Institute. The College should serve the Institute and the profession as its Fellows are uniquely qualified to do. Its pursuits should, without apology, be on the intellectual level and its real purpose, the promotion of excellence in architecture and the creative arts.

1960: PUBLICATIONS FUND INITIATED San Francisco was the site of the AIA’s 1960 convention and the College’s ninth Convocation. The Institute had met in the city once before, for its 1910 convention when rebuilding activity since the devastating 1906 earthquake and fire had impressed convention-goers. 1960 attendees were equally impressed by San Francisco, and many convention sessions were underattended as members chose to explore the city instead. The Investiture’s site was the central rotunda of Fellow Arthur Brown’s 1915 San Francisco City Hall. Event planners were so intent on success, they held a rehearsal the previous evening. They were rewarded with an impressive ceremony advancing 43 architects to Fellowship, including Minoru Yamasaki, the first Japanese American elevated. Yamasaki’s Twin Towers for the World Trade Center were, at completion, the tallest buildings in the world. Also among the 1960 class were Chloethiel Woodard Smith and Lutah Maria Riggs, the fourth and fifth women to become Fellows. Four

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The 1960 investiture in San Francisco City Hall

Honorary Fellows were elevated from Peru, Mexico (2), and Columbia. At the Convocation the following afternoon at the Family Club Grove in the foothills overlooking the city, outgoing Chancellor Larson reported continued warming relations with the AIA Board. His request to establish a fund to support publications yielded nearly $4,000 from members. The College also asked for a voluntary contribution of five dollars from each member. The two collections brought the treasury to $5,481. Nominations and elections were held. In his closing remarks, newly elected Chancellor Morris Ketchum reiterated the College’s hopes to work more closely with the AIA’s officers and Board.

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delphia Museum of Art—and the ceremony as being both dramatic and memorable. Resplendent in robes and their medals, the 46 new Fellows stood on the broad marble stairs beneath the sculpture of Saint-Gaudens’s Diana. Among the record 13 Honorary Fellows invested was Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, known as Le Corbusier, who received the Gold Medal that year.

The tenth Convocation was held at the Philadelphia Art Alliance and marked the first time both Fellows and spouses attended, a tradition that continues to the present. Jacques Gréber, an Honorary Fellow, gave the principal address, expressing pleasure that his design for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway had been carried out. Gréber had retained Paul Cret’s original 1907 plan but replaced a monumental plaza at the foot of Fairmount with a smaller oval to allow a green wedge of open space intended to become locus for new public buildings, similar to the Place de la Concorde in Paris. The College acknowledged one of its first publishing efforts, George B. Tatum’s Penn’s Great Town – 250 years of Philadelphia Architecture, a history cosponsored by the Philadelphia Art Alliance. It also announced plans for publication of a series of seminars and lectures by prominent architects, critics, and historians at Columbia University. “The Four Great Makers and the Next Phase in Architecture” would focus on the work of Walter Gropius, Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, and Frank Lloyd Wright.

YEARS OF MAJOR PROGRESS The College’s first decade, from 1952 to 1962, had been marked by uncertainty, continuing disagreements with the AIA Board of Directors, an underfunded treasury, and the recurring question of the College’s relevancy. By the early 1960s, however, the College had clarified its purpose with the AIA Board and begun to focus on research, publication sponsorship, and other scholarly work—activities that would expand greatly as College membership grew.

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1962: COLLEGE GROWS IN STATURE The 11th annual Convocation was held at the Dallas Athletic Club during the AIA convention. Thirty-four new Fellows were invested with 10 Honorary Fellows, including the first architects from Vietnam and the Netherlands. Convocation speakers included AIA President Philip Will Jr. and two Honorary Fellows, George Ronald Muston of New Zealand and Ngo Viet Thu of Vietnam. The College announced two new publishing projects: Eero Saarinen by Allan Temko—Saarinen was posthumously awarded the 1962 Gold Medal—and The New Churches of Europe by G. E. Kidder Smith on modern European church architecture. This Convocation was the first function in the College’s history to be heralded by an Institute press release, which detailed the election of Paul A. Thiry as chancellor, calling it “a major event of the AIA national convention,” and noted other officers: G. Holmes Perkins as vice chancellor and R. Max Brooks as secretary. It also stated: Fellowship is bestowed upon AIA members for excellence in design, service to the public and the Institute, the science of construction, [and] literature and education. The College of Fellows…augments the services of the Institute, especially in the fields of architectural literature and international professional relations. On December 31, 1962, Chancellor Elect Thiry seeded a new fund for the College with a $1,000 check as “the beginning of a fund which I propose to solicit from the College of Fellows during the coming year.”

1963-1964: COLLEGE OF FELLOWS FUND LAUNCHED Despite multiple attempts to add specificity to the statement of purpose, the College’s function remained open-ended, with generalized goals of “fellowship and the advancement of architectural understanding.” The establishment of the College of Fellows Fund, seeded by that check from Thiry and approved at the 12th annual Convocation in 1963 at the La Gorce Country Club in Miami Beach, gave the College a new sense of purpose. Thirty-five Fellows and nine Honorary Fellows were invested. With the AIA’s growth in membership from 8,000 at the College’s founding in 1952 to 16,000 at the beginning of Thiry’s chancellorship, the Institute’s focus had realigned to provide “a great variety of professional programs

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and activities, which more or less occupy its full attention.” Thus, much of the AIA’s previous work regarding scholarship and research had been “set aside,” presenting new opportunities for the College. After the Convocation, Chancellor Thiry sent a letter to every Fellow, describing the aims of the fund and soliciting their support: A fine opportunity exists for the College to represent the learned aspects of the profession to a far greater extent than it does now. The College should in no way enter into matters of underlying Institute policy, but it can and should take the initiative in advancing certain cultural and scholarly objectives of the Institute. Thiry went on to propose the College of Fellows underwrite and sponsor books and periodicals on architecture at a more accelerated scale than in previous years. He noted that only a third of the AIA’s Gold Medalists were “documented in any concise manner” and little or no reference to Honorary Fellows and Honorary Member awards had been documented in the AIA’s library. His letter solicits contributions to the College of Fellows Fund “…to support valuable nonprofit activities of a scientific or educational nature.” Thiry hoped to raise a base of $100,000, with a vision to eventually reach $1,000,000. He stated, “If each member of the College were to contribute $100, the fund would immediately have $80,000.” These plans were ambi-

Paul Thiry, Vice-Chancellor of the College 1961–62, Chancellor 1963–64

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tious for an organization that had yet to amass a treasury of $6,000, and the College did not wait until its funds reached $100,000 to begin supporting worthy projects. At the 1964 AIA convention in St. Louis, 58 Fellows were invested along with 7 Honorary Fellows. The 13th annual Convocation in St. Louis in 1964 reaffirmed the College’s commitment with the publication of G. E. Kidder Smith’s book The New Churches of Europe and a grant awarded to Frederick Gutheim for his volume, Urban Renewal of Alvar Aalto. By January 1965, the fund had acquired over $21,000 in contributions.

1965–1970: REACHING TOWARD THE FIRST GOAL In 1965, Chancellor Perkins led the induction of 37 Fellows in Washington, DC, including Philip Cortelyou Johnson and Josep Luís Sert—Spanish exile and Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design. The 1965 event also represented the first combined AIA national convention and XI Pan American Congress of Architects. A record 14 Honorary Fellows, primarily from South America, were invested, and many members of the Pan American Federation of Architects and the International Union of Architects attended that year’s Convocation. AIA President-elect Morris Ketchum Jr. announced that Fellow Charles A. Blessing received the Arnold W. Brunner Scholarship, which he used to gather research for The Form of Cities in Perspective: the Graeco-Roman World – 500 B.C. to A.D. 200, which would be published in 1973. In 1966, Vice Chancellor Schlossman, formerly the College’s bursar, strongly encouraged Fellows to hold local meetings to continue the activity of the College between convocations. Schlossman hosted the first such gathering for Chicago-area Fellows at the Graham Foundation, where Mies van der Rohe led a lengthy discussion. Similar Fellows’ evenings were arranged by John A. Holabird Jr. in Chicago and George B. Mayer in Cleveland. Sixty members advanced to Fellowship at the 1966 Investiture in Denver, including Edward Larrabee Barnes, who would go on to posthumously earn the 2007 AIA Gold Medal; Maximilian Urbahn, future 48thPresident of the AIA, and Louis De Moll, future 52ndPresident of the AIA. Ten architects, including from Scandinavian countries such as Sweden and Finland,

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The 1968 investiture in Portland’s Masonic Temple

became Honorary Fellows. Kenzo Tange, whom the College had welcomed to Honorary Fellowship in 1963, received the 1966 Gold Medal. At their meeting, the Fellows voted to grant $5,000 to the Octagon for the purchase of eight crystal wall sconces—four George III style and four Regency style— for the hall and dining room. Membership in the College expanded rapidly under Norman J. Schlossman’s chancellorship, 81 architects became Fellows and six became Honorary Fellows at the 1967 Investiture in New York City. This was also the last year Fellows were presented according to specific category of achievement such as design, education, service to the profession, and so on. Thereafter, a brief description of each person’s individual accomplishments was read, establishing a tradition that continues today. During the 1968 Investiture in Portland’s Masonic Temple, College members ushered 77 newly elected Fellows to the dais. Ten Honorary Fellows were invested as well, including Germany’s Frei Otto. AIA President Robert L. Durham, incoming Chancellor John Noble Richards, and College Secretary Ulysses Floyd Rible presided as Fellows received their medals. The 1969 Investiture was held in the Rockefeller Memorial Chapel—one of the last designs of Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue—on the University of

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Chicago campus. The chapel’s soaring vaulted interior of intricately carved wood and brilliant stained glass provided an inspiring setting. The College of Fellows of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) shared in the ceremony, and their rituals and procedures added distinction. The audience sat in the nave, and 76 new Fellows, seated in the transepts, were escorted to the sanctuary to receive their citations and medals, after which they joined existing members of the College in seats on either side of the chancel. Six Honorary Fellows were also invested. With the addition of 65 Fellows and eight Honorary Fellows, including the first Israeli architect, Arieh Sharon, at the Investiture in Boston in 1970, the College’s membership approached 1,000. Whatever intimacy the College had lost from its early years was countered with increased numbers and vitality. At the 1970s Convocation, incoming Chancellor J. Roy Carroll Jr. announced the College of Fellows Fund had reached its goal of $100,000. Among the projects approved for funding was publication of The American Institute of Architects Directory, in collaboration with the R. K. Bowker Company. Financial support was also planned for the Octagon’s restoration; a design for a Fellow’s lapel pin was tentatively approved. Incoming Vice Chancellor Ulysses F. Rible was charged with refining the existing chancellor’s medal. Deaths noted included Glenn Stanton, AIA President in 1952 during the College’s formation, as well as three Gold Medal recipients: Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Richard Neutra.

1971–1978: ARCHIVAL ACTIVITIES INITIATED Sixty-two architects advanced to Fellowship and nine to Honorary Fellowship during the AIA’s 1971 Detroit convention. At the Investiture ceremony, held in the Detroit Institute of Arts’ skylit north-court addition, designed by Gunnar Birkerts, Chancellor J. Roy Carroll Jr. delivered the address, “Fellows of Good Respect,” later published in the July issue of the AIA Journal. Carroll also presided at the Houston Convocation the following year—1972—when 79 new Fellows were welcomed at the Investiture in the Miller Outdoor Theatre, designed by Eugene Werlin & Associates in 1968 to replace a 1922 structure. During the Convocation’s business session, and

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later at the River Oaks Country Club reception, discussion centered on use of the $100,000 College of Fellows Fund, but no decisions were reached. Unresolved questions regarding a Fellow’s lapel pin—whether one was warranted and its appearance—were discussed again at the 1973 AIA convention in San Francisco under Chancellor Ulysees Floyd Rible’s leadership. In response to a suggestion that the initials “FAIA” be added to the existing AIA lapel pin, former Chancellor Schlossman stated, “…the right to use the letters ‘FAIA’ is, in itself, a considerable distinction, and one to which no other device can add luster.” The executive committee requested Wolf Von Eckardt, then an AIA staff member who would become the art and architecture critic at The Washington Post, design a number of options. After reviewing his designs, the AIA Board decided not to approve a special pin for Fellows. The 1973 Investiture was held in the Rotunda of San Francisco City Hall. Designed by Arthur Brown Jr., the Beaux-Arts building first opened in 1915 as part of the City Beautiful movement. (California architect Brown became a Fellow himself in 1930.) Sixty-four Fellows were invested, along with 10 Honorary Fellows. As the College’s membership and resources increased, so did the length of the annual business sessions. In 1974, Chancellor Albert S. Golemon formally separated the annual business meeting from the Convocation dinner, a practice that continues today. Also during Golemon’s tenure, the scattered records of the College’s first 22 years were collected and placed at the AIA Library and Archives. Memorabilia—medallions, ribbons, and plaques—were assembled for permanent display in a case donated by future Chancellor Philip J. Meathe. A new chancellor’s medal, designed by Rible and to be distributed to each former chancellor, was unveiled.

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The 1974 convention was held in Washington, DC, with the convention opening, keynote speaker, and awards presentation held in the Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall—the National Historic Landmark is also the largest concert hall in DC. The Investiture followed the AIA events with 74 new Fellows elevated—among them Frank O. Gehry—with 10 Honorary Fellows including Mexican architect Luis Barragan. Chancellor Albert S. Goleman presided. The city of Atlanta was under construction during the AIA’s 1975 convention. Sixty-two Fellows and 10 Honorary Fellows were invested by Chancellor Robert S. Hutchins. Among the new Fellows was Richard Buckminster Fuller, who melded architecture with geometry, systems theory, and inventiveness to popularize the geodesic dome and create other futuristic icons. In addition, Milwaukee based Lillian Scott Leenhouts was elevated, along with partner and husband Willis. Lillian Leenhouts was a co-founder of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture, was the first licensed female architect in Wisconsin, served as the first woman on the Wisconsin Architectural Licensing Board, was an early advocate for the cleanup of the Milwaukee River, and established the Architect’s River Committee. The College began sponsoring major research and publication projects in earnest under its College of Fellows Fund. The Fund underwrote research

George McCue’s The Octagon, published with assistance from the College of Fellows

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for and publication of The Octagon, by George McCue, on the history and restoration of the Institute’s national headquarters. Designed by William Thornton—architect of the United States Capitol and appointed by President George Washington as the first Architect of the Capitol—the Octagon was constructed between 1797 and 1800 as a residence. It had been purchased by the AIA in 1902 and served as its headquarters until after World War II. In 1969 the AIA Foundation purchased the Octagon and undertook its restoration. McCue’s book, published by the AIA Foundation in 1976 with assistance from the College, documented the landmark’s long and colorful history. Spurred by the success of The Octagon, the College investigated sponsorship of additional research, particularly the care of architectural drawings. For many years, the College supported the activities of the AIA Library and Archives and now suggested the Library receive the papers of important architects. A committee formed to study the matter led to a grant from the College, which enabled the AIA Research Corporation—founded in 1972 and funded almost entirely with grant money—to conduct a nationwide study of architectural archives. The 1976 national convention acknowledged the United States Bicentennial with celebrations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, including the elevation of 71 Fellows and 11 Honorary Fellows into the College by Chancellor William J. Bachman. Among those elevated was Alan Schwartzman, a founding member of AIA Europe and its second President, and Philadelphia architect Walter R. Livingston Jr., who in addition to being a practitioner and civic activist, served on the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority Board from 1958 to 1972. At the annual business meeting, chaired by Chancellor Bachman, the results of the national study of architectural archives was presented. “Preserving Architectural Records and Creating a National Informational System on Archival Material: A Discussion with Alternatives” suggested establishing regional collections of architectural archives with a central index at AIA headquarters. It also recommended creating a National Building Museum in Washington, DC. Both suggestions received strong support, and the College conferred a grant to a newly formed Committee for the National Museum of Building Arts to establish the museum. Another

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grant went to the Daniel Schwartzman Memorial Fund for the National Museum of Building Arts, in honor of Schwartzman, who was recipient of the1964 Edward C. Kemper Award. Support for archival activities continued during the College’s 26th Convocation, held at the Del Coronado Hotel in San Diego in 1977. Chancellor Philip J. Meathe further championed the causes and suggested the AIA Foundation coordinate archival activities for the Institute. Fifty-six Fellows and 12 Honorary Fellows were invested that year, including the first female architect to become an Honorary Fellow, Maria Prus of Canada, who was elevated with her husband and partner, Victor Marius Prus. A native of Poland, Maria Prus’s architectural studies were interrupted by WWII, when she became a member of Poland’s Home Army and participated in their unsuccessful attempt to defeat Red Army troops in the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. At the 1978 Investiture in the Music Hall at Dallas’s Fair Park, 66 architects advanced to Fellowship, including Robert Venturi, who would go on to win the Pritzker in 1991, and 12 to Honorary Fellows. During the business meeting, a presentation by Jeanne Butler Hodges, AIA Foundation Administrator, depicted the condition of the AIA’s historical records and collections, which had been relegated to the basement of the new headquarters. Rare portfolios and huge leather-bound volumes were stacked in disarray; delicate watercolors and fragile pencil and charcoal renderings were piled in dangerous proximity to overhead pipes; cardboard boxes overflowed with old files and correspondence. No complete record of the archived materials existed, but included among the holdings were the papers of William Stanley Parker. For more than 50 years, Parker had spearheaded the development of and served as spokesperson for AIA Contract Documents. Additionally, the Richard Morris Hunt collection included drawings, photographs, and books related to this AIA founder, who was among America’s most influential 19th-century architects. Hunt had trained a generation of New York City architects and designed an array of buildings, including the Breakers in Newport, RI, and the Biltmore in Asheville, NC. Hodges’s presentation spurred the Fellows to support the AIA Foundation’s Prints and Drawings Collection as the year’s major project. With a

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grant from the College and additional funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Institute for Museum Services, and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, an architectural archivist and a registrar/conservator were enlisted to organize the immense Hunt collection. Subsequent grants from the College helped complete the archiving project. More than 18,000 items were cataloged, cleaned, and preserved for historical and scholarly research. This effort has served as a model for other programs to gather, preserve, and manage architectural archives.

1979–1982: FOCUS ON GOLD MEDALISTS A highlight of the 1979 convention in Kansas City, Missouri, was the scheduling and initial interviews for a College-funded initiative to document the lives and accomplishments of the AIA’s Gold Medalists. A series of 1978 grants had enabled videotaped interviews with the Gold Medalists and their spouses, the compilation of their biographies for publication, and the acquisition of Gold Medalists’ drawings and paintings by the AIA Foundation’s Prints and Drawings Collection. AIA President Ehrman B. Mitchell and then New York Times architecture critic Paul Goldberger conducted videotaped interviews with Wallace K. Harrison— architect of Rockefeller Center, the Metropolitan Opera House, and the UN Headquarters in New York City—and his wife, Ellen Hunt Milton; Dione Niedermann Neutra, wife of Richard Neutra; Eloise Owings Skidmore, wife of Louis Skidmore; and Philip C. Johnson. The publication of AIA Gold Medal Architects by Richard Guy Wilson resulted from the compiled biographies. The 1979 Convocation also voted to award College grants to microfilm the Institute’s unsorted records, including the original 1857 AIA Constitution. At the Investiture, 95 architects were elevated to Fellowship with 11 Honorary Fellows, including Mexican architect and future Gold Medal recipient (2000) Ricardo Legorreta. At the 1980 AIA Convention in Cincinnati, Norma Merrick Sklarek became the first African-American woman elevated to the College of Fellows. Also in her class of 93 other Fellows was César Pelli and two other female architects—L. Jane Hastings, who would go on to be the first female member of the College’s executive committee and its first female chancellor,

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and Beverly A. Willis of San Francisco. Among the nine Honorary Fellows invested was Norman Foster of the United Kingdom (who would receive the Gold Medal in 1994). At the Convocation the first Gold Medalist videotape was shown, and Paul Goldberger served as guest speaker. At the business meeting, the College voted to support computerization of the National Catalogue of American Architectural Records (formerly the New York-based Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records) upon its transfer to the Library of Congress. In addition, the College granted continuing funding to the William Stanley Parker Archives and the Richard Morris Hunt collection. In Minneapolis, 1981 Convocation speaker Richard Guy Wilson, noted professor of Architectural History at the University of Virginia, shared anecdotes of early Gold Medal recipients, particularly his account of the 1923 ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, when then-U.S. president Warren G. Harding presented the Gold Medal to Henry Bacon. Ninety-one individuals became Fellows at the Investiture, including the largest class of African-American architects to date—six. Eight Honorary Fellows were invested. The 1982 AIA convention was held in Honolulu, and the Investiture of 81 new Fellows took place in the Blaisdell Concert Hall. Among the 10 Honorary Fellows was Italy’s Renzo Piano, who would go on garner the 2008 Gold Medal. A twilight reception in the Royal Hawaiian Hotel’s gardens preceded the gala convocation dinner. Chancellor William R. Jarratt reported the continuation of the Gold Medal interviews, as well as the upcoming publication of Wilson’s book, Honor and Intimacy: Architectural Drawings by AIA Gold Medalists, 1907-1983. He also noted the College would continue funding two internships for assistance in cataloging and indexing old AIA membership records—a critical resource on early American architects—and announced that the College would celebrate its 30th anniversary with the first publication of A History and Directory of the College of Fellows.

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documenting the College’s continuing success in “stimulating fellowship, promoting the purposes of the Institute, and advancing the profession of architecture.” The 31st year of the College began under the chancellorship of William C. Muchow. The 1983 Investiture took place in the Orpheum Theater in New Orleans—the 1918 Beaux Arts style vaudeville theater designed by G. Albert Landsburgh had been scheduled for demolition that year but was saved by its acquisition and restoration by the New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. The annual business meeting, attended by 84 members of the College, convened in the Hilton Hotel. Principal topics included the College’s relationship to the Institute—occasioned by the recent reorganization of the AIA—and the search for an improved working relationship between the AIA Foundation and the College of Fellows Fund. Chancellor Muchow also reported a copy of the first edition of A History and Directory of the College would be distributed to all Fellows. Since its founding in 1963, the Fund had accumulated a $165,000 endowment. Ninety-four architects were invested as Fellows with 11 Honorary Fellows. The Investiture at the 1984 AIA convention in Phoenix took place in the nave of the early 20th-century Mission Revival Church of St. Mary’s with Chancellor Bernard B. Rothschild officiating. Eighty-three were elevated with nine Honorary Fellows from across the globe. The annual business meeting was held at the Phoenix Hyatt. Members learned of progress in refining and approving new statements of purpose for the College and the College of Fellows Fund and improving fund solicitation efforts among members. Chancellor Rothschild also cited grants made during the year including the television documentary, “Fallingwater.” The Fund’s endowment totaled $251,433.

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The 1985 Investiture, led by Chancellor Donald L. Hardison, was held in San Francisco at the opulent Garden Court at the Sheraton Palace Hotel. Eighty-five architects were elevated with 11 Honorary Fellows, including Masako Hayashi of Japan, who was the first woman to win the Architectural Institute of Japan Award. At the annual business meeting in the Moscone Center, the question of a Fellow’s pin, although discouraged in the previous decade, rose again. Vice Chancellor Vladimir Ossipoff presented his design for a pin to the College of Fellows executive committee, suggesting the pin could be used for fundraising. The committee agreed to explore the idea. The College of Fellows Fund awarded 10 grants, totaling $30,425, during the year. At the San Antonio convention in 1986, Chancellor Ossipoff presided over the Investiture in Trinity College’s Laurie Auditorium, when 84 Fellows and nine Honorary Fellows were invested. During the annual business meeting, held in the San Antonio Convention Center, the College of Fellows Fund was again the focus, as the only AIA program that “grants awards, on a competitive basis, for diverse architecturally related projects which advance the understanding and awareness of architecture, both to the public and to the profession.” The Fund balance stood just short of $400,000—closer to the $1 million goal set at its founding in 1963. The 11 grants given in 1986 totaled $41,213. Chancellor Ossipoff reported on the results of a survey of Fellows regarding the lapel pin: of the 60 percent of members who responded, 69.2 percent favored a pin. The following February the AIA executive committee approved the proposed pin design as a College of Fellows Fund fundraising program. In 1987 in Orlando, Chancellor S. Scott Ferebee Jr. led the College in its 25th annual meeting. The Investiture was held in the Hyatt Regency’s Grand Cypress hotel ballroom. Seventy-three architects were elevated to Fellowship, among them was North Carolinian Harvey B. Gantt, who was the first African-American student admitted to Clemson University and served as Mayor of Charlotte from 1983 to 1987. Twelve Honorary Fellows were invested. The annual business meeting took place in the Peabody Hotel, famous for its ducks and their daily march to and from the lobby pool. Chancellor Ferebee reported on the continuing growth of the College

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of Fellows Fund and the scope and diversity of the grants it had bestowed, including fourteen grants that year totaling $65,488, and a donation schedule for members. The Chancellor also presented the new College of Fellows pin—a gold-rimmed, maroon octagon framing a smaller version of the AIA membership pin.

1988–1992: OUTREACH THROUGH REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES The Investiture at the AIA’s 1988 convention in New York took place under the Cathedral of St. John the Divine’s soaring Gothic vaults with the majestic sound of its double organs opening and closing the ceremonies. Sixty-four Fellows and 10 Honorary Fellows were invested. The annual business meeting was held in the Italian Renaissance splendor of the University Club, the site of the founding of the College in a conversation between nine AIA members in 1952. Chancellor C. William Brubaker reported that the College of Fellows Fund awarded 12 grants in 1988—totaling $61,670—chosen from 42 applications, the same number as in 1987. The College also increased its support for the Octagon’s restoration, a commitment first noted in its 1964 bylaws revision. Of the 1,963 Fellows listed in 1988, 500 were emeritus members of the Institute, while 1,380, or 70.3 percent, continued in practice. Chancellor Brubaker noted that 1988 funds fell below those raised in 1987, when contributors increased 49 percent, to 550 in one year, and average contributions increased from $119 in 1985 to $129 for a total of $71,048. Brubaker also introduced an initiative to increase membership and public understanding of the College and its programs. A network of Regional Representatives appointed by the Vice Chancellor would serve the interests of the College in the AIA nineteen national regions. It would seek to nurture understanding of the College and its potential for social and professional fellowship, in addition to encouraging annual fund contributions. The program would also report activities and developments of local Fellows to the Chancellor and AIA headquarters and encourage chapters and individuals to submit grant applications. At the 1988 meeting, the College elected the first female member of the executive committee—L. Jane Hastings as bursar-elect. Hastings had become a Fellow in 1980.

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The 1989 Investiture in St. Louis was held outdoors at Saarinen’s Gateway Arch, overlooking the Mississippi River. Forty-four Fellows were invested along with 11 Honorary Fellows. The Missouri Athletic Club was the setting for the College’s annual meeting, presided over by Chancellor Preston M. Bolton. Members adopted revised College bylaws—their first comprehensive revision since 1952. Chancellor Bolton reaffirmed the previous year’s charge to the College’s network of Regional Representatives, now organized and functioning. Fellow Robert T. Coles proposed that the College needed to address the underrepresentation and concerns of African-Americans in the AIA. He proposed a task force be created to report suggested actions at the College’s next meeting. A motion to form the College of Fellows Task Force on African-American Entrance into the Profession was raised and approved. Steady capital fund growth—from $251,433 in 1984 to $406,772 five years later—resulted from a policy of transferring one-third of all College of Fellows Fund contributions, interest, and other income to the permanent capital fund, with the remaining two-thirds used for each year’s grants. The 13 grants given in 1989, culled from 84 applications, totaled $60,438. Bolton reaffirmed the College’s support for the Octagon’s restoration and for the Institute’s efforts to make architecture and architects more accessible to the public. He cited a series of grants for an American Architectural Foundation (AAF) exhibition on women in architecture planned to mark the 100th anniversary of the AIA’s first female member (Fellow Louise Blanchard Bethune): 100 Years of Women in Architecture: 1888–1998. In 1990 the College chose the University of Houston’s School of Architecture for the Investiture. Five female architects were elevated to Fellowship—the largest number elevated in one year to date—along with two female Honorary Fellows. Total Fellows invested was 63, with 12 Honorary Fellows. The George R. Brown Convention Center was the site of the College’s annual meeting. Chancellor William A. Rose reported that 11 grants totaling $48,850 were awarded from 51 applications and that the capital fund balance at the end of 1990 had dropped to $365,013 due to market conditions. Chancellor Rose recognized Fellow Arthur C. Holden, who that year

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had celebrated his 100th birthday, and members passed a motion extending the College’s congratulations. A report was distributed from the Task Force on African-American Entrance into the profession, and Rose advocated the AIA’s Minority Resources Committee examine its content. Despite interest in merging the College’s and the AIA’s efforts, Fellows at the annual business meeting voted to continue the College’s task force as a separate initiative. In 1991 at the AIA convention in Washington, DC, the Investiture was held on a windy day on the grand terrace of John Russell Pope’s Jefferson Memorial, overlooking the Tidal Basin. That day 13 female architects were invested among the total of 90 Fellows invested. Six architects were recognized as Honorary Fellows, including Tadao Ando of Japan, who would go on to receive the Gold Medal in 2002. More than 200 Fellows later gathered for the annual meeting at the Grand Hyatt for the traditional luncheon, followed by remarks and reports from colleagues and guests. As had become the norm, the Chancellor’s report began with the College of Fellows Fund status. Chancellor Robert B. Marquis acknowledged that during 1990, all AIA investments, including the College of Fellows Fund, had experienced reduced earnings from the economic slowdown, but that a change in investment management and a more favorable investment climate in 1991 saw earnings returning to the growth trend of previous years. The capital fund balance of $399,470 as of March 31, 1991, reflected a significant increase from the previous December. Despite all its ups and downs over a decade, the fund had grown more than 140 percent. The number of contributions also increased in 1990—292 compared to 129 the previous year—totaling $35,250. Chancellor Marquis suggested that appeals already in progress would accelerate growth. A report on the Regional Representatives’ program indicated it performed a useful role in promoting the College and its interests via initiatives such as local gatherings, assistance with Fellowship application submissions, support of local architectural archives, and sponsorship of candidates for Honorary Fellowship. Vice Chancellor Hastings announced that as 1992 would be the College’s 40th anniversary, a second edition of A History and Directory of the College was being prepared for sale at the Boston convention.

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The African-American Entrance into the Profession task force report recounted that collaborations with the Phelps Stokes Fund and Wilbert LeMelle had resulted in a fundraising drive for a $4-million endowment to encourage African-Americans in higher education. Ten percent of the endowment was set aside for attracting young men and women into architecture. The College of Fellows and the AIA each announced its commitment to raise $5,000 and the College elected Robert T. Coles, the first African-American to serve on the executive committee, as secretary. Coles would go on to serve as the College’s first African-American Chancellor. In 1992, the concluding year of the College’s fourth decade, the Investiture was held in Boston’s Trinity Church, the first masterpiece of Henry Hobson Richardson (Fellowship class of 1867). Under the soaring, sunlit barrel-vaulted sanctuary with its interior design by John La Farge, the College’s first female leader, Chancellor L. Jane Hastings invested 123 new Fellows— the largest class to date—and 10 Honorary Fellows. At the annual business meeting at the Harvard Club, Chancellor Hastings reported on the Regional Representatives’ activities, the status of the College of Fellows Fund, and the development of new programs for increasing contributions, including more assertive solicitation and a life insurance program. The grants program and its range of interests continued to merit attention. These included, most importantly, research into promoting the membership of female and African-American architects, as well as contemporary urban issues related to architecture.

1993–2000: GROWTH AT THE CENTURY’S CLOSE Chancellor John A. Busby Jr. presided over the College’s 1993 annual meeting in Chicago’s vast McCormick Convention Center. Members voted to reinstate the oath of fellowship, originally introduced by College cofounder Ralph Walker. The meeting featured the first report from L. Jane Hastings in her post-chancellorship role as the College’s historian. The executive committee reaffirmed the College of Fellows Fund’s $1-million goal, reporting that the fund now approached the halfway mark. The Investiture, held in the Fourth Presbyterian Church, was memorable for a windy rainstorm that swept through the city and across new Fellows, families, and friends gathered for a reception in

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the courtyard. One-hundred-twelve Fellows were invested with 13 Honorary Fellows. The following year at the 1994 AIA convention in Los Angeles, the Investiture took place on the sunny campus of the University of Southern California. One-hundred-four architects were invested and nine Honorary Fellows. At the College’s 1994 annual business meeting at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Chancellor Thomas H. Teasdale presented Leslie N. Boney Jr., 1981 Chancellor, with a citation of appreciation for his years of service to the College and his many professional achievements. Chancellor Teasdale also discussed the College’s recent publication of the Architectural Resource Directory for Schools of Architecture; a more active role for former chancellors in the Investiture; plans to improve information on becoming a Fellow; and the importance of the College’s grants program for supporting architecture, education, research, and history. The College’s 1995 annual business meeting took place at the AIA convention in the Georgia World Conference Center in Atlanta. Chancellor-elect Ellis W. Bullock Jr. presided due to the resignation earlier in the year of Chancellor Robert T. Coles for health reasons. Chancellor Bullock reported that the College of Fellows Fund would now be monitored separately from the American Architectural Foundation (AAF) funds and that the College would have a representative on the AAF’s Board of Regents. He further reported contributions to the fund seemed promising and the College had fulfilled its pledge of $50,000 toward the Octagon’s restoration. The Fox Theater, the 1929 former movie palace of Moorish design, provided unique ambiance for the Investiture. A record one-hundred-seventeen Fellows were invested—including African-American architect J. Max Bond, who, with partner and Fellow Donald P. Ryder, designed the Birmingham

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Civil Rights Institute in Birmingham, Alabama—and 10 Honorary Fellows including Nicholas T. Grimshaw of the UK and Glenn Murcutt of Australia (2009 Gold Medal recipient). The College’s 1996 annual business meeting took place in Minneapolis, with a panoramic view from the upper level of the IDS Tower—the tallest building in Minnesota—designed by 19768 Gold Medalist Philip Johnson. Chancellor Bullock noted the College’s increased involvement with the AIA Young Architects Forum (YAF), especially through the College’s Regional Representatives’ network and YAF’s regional liaisons. Regional Representative and future Chancellor Albert W. Rubeling Jr. proposed the College host a golf tournament to increase fundraising capabilities. Rubeling volunteered to lead the effort using a model he had initiated for AIA Baltimore, which had become the most prolific fundraising event in the Chapter’s history and provided vital stewardship for Chapter initiatives. The Chancellor reported a substantial increase in the Fellows Fund, improved finances overall, and the awarding of grants totaling $49,800. The Investiture was held in Minneapolis’s restored 1920s Orpheum Theatre—91 Fellows and 11 Honorary Fellows were invested. Chancellor Jack DeBartolo Jr. presided at the 1997 annual meeting at the Plimsoll Club of the World Trade Center in New Orleans. The first Chancellor’s Cup Golf Tournament was held at the PGA course English Turn. Chancellor Debartolo reported that the College had awarded 10 grants totaling $60,000, and he estimated that the million-dollar goal for the College of Fellows Fund would be reached in 1998. The Investiture of 98 Fellows and 10 Honorary Fellows was held in the Loyola University Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. At the 1998 AIA convention in San Francisco, the Investiture was held, as it had been in 1960, in the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption. The Cathedral’s complex design had been conceived of by 1972 Gold Medalist Pietro Belluschi and a team including 1964 Gold Medalist Pier Luigi Nervi and local architects John Michael Lee, Paul A. Ryan, and Angus McSweeney. Ninety-eight architects were invested as Fellows and 10 as Honorary Fellows. The Bank of America Center’s Carnelian Room was the site of the annual business meeting, where the College celebrated reaching the mil-

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lion-dollar milestone for its fund. Chancellor Harold L. Adams reported the executive committee had voted to change the fund’s name to “The College of Fellows Endowment Fund” to reflect a new policy that all contributions go into the fund’s corpus, while investment growth and new income via member giving would support the grants program. Chancellor Adams also noted that an initiative discussed at the College’s 1997 annual meeting had resulted in the AIA Board’s adoption of a new College of Fellows statement of purpose into its bylaws. That new statement aligned with the mission and priorities of the AIA and the AAF and defined the College’s purpose as “to stimulate a sharing of interests among Fellows; to promote the purposes of the Institute; to advance the profession of architecture; and to be of ever-increasing service to society.” At the AIA’s 1999 convention, the College closed the 1900s with its business meeting in the Century Room of the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas. Chancellor James D. Tittle announced 1998 had seen a 20 percent increase in member contributions to the College’s Endowment Fund and an expansion of grant awards to more than $75,000. Recipients included a national range of schools, organizations, and individuals, and priority had been given to projects designed to promote public awareness of the value of architecture or to advise and mentor young architects. The Chancellor also reported that the College had begun an informal Fellows newsletter in 1998, and that work with the Young Architects Forum was continuing at the national and local levels. In conclusion, he announced plans for a revised and updated College of Fellows History & Directory for 2000. The Investiture was held in the Temple Emanu-El of Dallas. Ninety-seven Fellows and 11 Honorary Fellows were elevated. The College of Fellows and the Institute celebrated the year 2000 in Philadelphia. In the article “Convention Draws Record Numbers to Philadelphia,” AIArchitect reported that while official numbers had yet to be tallied “...a record-breaking number—upward of 19,000—of architects, allied professionals, and service providers…” attended. Chancellor Robert A. Odermatt welcomed the class of 2000 at the Investiture in the Greek Revival Founders’ Hall of Girard College. Eighty-three Fellows, including

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future AIA President Helene Combs Dreiling, and 10 Honorary Fellows were invested including Zaha Hadid of the UK. At the Convocation dinner in the Crystal Tea Room of the John Wanamaker building in City Center, Chancellor Odermatt announced that starting in 2001, the College would fund a $50,000 research grant, entitled “The Latrobe”—the first significant fellowship available to the architecture community for academic research to advance the profession. He expanded upon this idea at the annual meeting in the Lincoln Room of the Union League: the College would offer the Latrobe in odd-numbered years, the established grants program in even-numbered years. Odermatt also reported that by the end of the previous year, the Endowment Fund balance had reached $1,449,252 due to a significant increase in contributions and growth in the stock market. Member contributions had increased 15 percent to $143,784; the average gift reached a record $378; and two extraordinary legacy gifts totaling $30,000 had been received. By the end of 1999, the nascent Chancellor’s Cup Golf Tournament had added nearly $57,000 to the fund to support research via the Latrobe and grants. Accordingly, in 1999 the College awarded 14 grants—one-third of which went to AIA components—totaling $80,000 to recipients rep-

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resenting a wide range of organizations and individuals from across the country. Between 1991 and 2000, 915 Fellows and 90 Honorary Fellows had been invested into the College.

2001–2007: CONTINUED GROWTH IN A NEW CENTURY Implementation of the selection and award process for the Latrobe began in 2001 under the leadership of Chancellor Harold Roth. The jury process began with a shortlist of applicants by the College of Fellows executive committee. A five-member jury, chaired by Fellow Harrison Fraker, Dean of the College of Environmental Design at the University of California-Berkeley, selected the first recipients: Kieran and Timberlake of the University of Pennsylvania for research into new material development and application in architecture, which concluded with the 2004 publication of Refabricating Architecture. The Investiture was held at St. John’s Cathedral in Denver, Colorado, where 72 Fellows and seven Honorary Fellows were invested. The executive committee assumed the responsibility of ensuring that the Latrobe Fellowship would be sustainable. Under the direction of Bursar Betsey Olenick Dougherty, with assistance from the AIA, the College of Fellows Fund was established as a new 501(c)(3) organization. College funds were transferred just weeks before September 11, 2001. Following 9/11, investment values dropped, but because the endowment had been secured, when markets stabilized and contributions increased, the fund grew appreciably in its first year. In 2002, Chancellor C. James Lawler led a year of celebration as the College of Fellows marked its 50th anniversary in Charlotte, North Carolina. In commemoration, the College established an award to recognize outstanding service and commitment to the College, naming it after its first recipient. The Leslie N. Boney Spirit of Fellowship Award was granted to Boney for his years of service to the College. The year also marked a modification of the Latrobe call for entries to place greater emphasis on research. The Chancellor reported that the Fellows Fund had received a gift in excess of $50,000,

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and that the Chancellor’s Cup Tournament, held at Charlotte’s Ballantyne Resort, had added nearly $76,000 in Latrobe funding. The Investiture was held at First Methodist United Church, completed between 1927 and 1928. Sixty-eight Fellows and six Honorary Fellows were elevated. In 2003, at the AIA Convention in San Diego, the Latrobe Fellowship was awarded under the leadership of Chancellor Sylvester Damianos. The second recipient was John P. Eberhard, founding president of the Academy of Neurosciences for Architecture (ANFA), in collaboration with the New School of Architecture in San Diego. A College fundraiser was held at the Neurosciences Institute, and the Investiture was held in the renowned courtyard of the Salk Institute, designed by Louis Kahn. Dr. Jonas Salk was a former AIA Public Board Member and leader in the exploration of architecture and human creativity. Trumpeters during the processional of the 61 Fellows invested and the release of white doves over the Pacific Ocean celebrated Salk’s vision. Five Honorary Fellows were also elevated. The significance of architectural research funded by the Latrobe was on full display and the role of the College in leading the AIA research agenda was firmly established. The 2004 AIA convention in Chicago highlighted the city’s rich architectural heritage. The Investiture was again held in the historic Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago, across the street from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House. Eighty-one Fellows were invested along with seven Honorary Fellows including Peter Zumthor of Switzerland, who would go on to receive the Pritzker Prize in 2009. In the four years since the College of Fellows Fund had been reorganized and reinvested, its value had risen from $1.4 million to $2 million. The 2004 Chancellor’s Cup at Cog Hill in Chicago raised a record-breaking $45,500. In addition to support for the Latrobe Fellowship, the College initiated a program to fund its mentorship role as liaison to the AIA’s Young Architects Forum and AIA Associates. Adding to the executive committee’s service on the Young Architects Award jury, they began a process to fund an emerging professionals’ program. The first recipients were the Young Architects and Associates of AIA Seattle, who designed new offices for their component’s

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headquarters. As 2003 Latrobe recipient Eberhard entered his second year of research at ANFA, he offered perspective and invited Chancellor Betsey Olenick Dougherty to participate in ANFA’s 2005 conference, “Elementary Schools Neurosciences Workshop.” The 2005 convention was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Chancellor Lawrence J. Leis conducted the Investiture at the Henderson Pavilion at Liberty Point, designed by Denver firm Anderson Mason Dale Architects. Sixty-seven Fellows were invested along with five Honorary Fellows, including Santiago Calatrava, who received the Gold Medal that year. At the annual business meeting, held at Mandalay Bay, Chancellor Leis continued the focus on supporting the Young Architects and Associates. He led the selection of the third Latrobe award, which went to a partnership between architect Chong Partners Associates (owner of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc.) and researchers at University of California-Berkeley for the integration of research into design for healthy environments in a real-world application. A collaboration between the College of Fellows and the AIA knowledge communities—groups of individuals who together provide information resources based on 21 areas of interest to the profession—led to the recognition of the Latrobe Fellowship as part of the AIA research agenda. The AIA Board voted to match the College’s $100,000 commitment to applied research initiatives relevant to the goals of knowledge communities. The AIA convention returned to Los Angeles in 2006, and College of Fellows activities were led by Chancellor Ted P. Pappas. The Investiture of new Fellows was held in Disney Concert Hall, completed in 2003 and designed by 1999 Gold Medalist Frank O. Gehry, with a selection played on the hall’s signature 6,134-pipe organ. Eighty-two Fellows and 13 Honorary Fellows were invested. The Convocation dinner at the Museum of Natural History of Los Angeles County was held amidst an exhibit of “dueling dinosaurs.” The year signified the evolution from the term “Latrobe Fellowship” to “Latrobe Prize” to better communicate the award’s significance. Starting in 2007, a newly established Golf Committee would plan and manage the Chancellor’s Cup event, which Albert Rubeling had stewarded since its

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inception and which had added over $269,000 to Latrobe coffers. The College of Fellows marked the AIA’s 150th anniversary at its 2007 conference in San Antonio. Chancellor Frank E. Lucas announced that the fourth Latrobe Prize had been awarded to Guy Nordenson of Princeton University, as Principal Investigator for “On the Water, A Model for the Future: a study of New York and New Jersey Upper Bay,” at the Accent on Architecture gala earlier in the year at the historic National Building Museum in Washington, DC. The event’s attendance of over 1,000 signified enhanced recognition of the Latrobe Prize and the College’s legacy. The Investiture of 76 new Fellows and nine Honorary Fellows occurred in front of the Alamo, and the AIA’s sesquicentennial was celebrated with the publication of the fifth edition of the College of Fellows History & Directory, a copy of which was given to each member of the Class of 2007. The Chancellor’s Cup was held at La Cantera in San Antonio and raised $43,406. The Party with the Fellows fundraiser was held for the first time in a public venue—the San Antonio Museum of Art—and hosted by two local firms involved in converting a former brewery into a world-class art museum, Lake | Flato and Overland Partners. At the close of 2007, the College’s combined fund reserves stood at $3,155,120. Greater member participation had grown the College of Fellows Foundation corpus to sustain the College’s investment in the profession and in the Institute’s body of research and knowledge.

2008–2013: MENTORSHIP AND FINANCIAL LEADERSHIP In 2008 Carole J. Olshavsky led the College as its 46th Chancellor, focusing on deeper engagement with the Council of Architectural Executives (CACE). She also emphasized closer collaboration among the College and related professional groups including the AIA Board of Directors and staff, Knowledge Communities, the Young Architects Forum, AIA Associate Members, and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS). The 2008 AIA national convention in Boston, Massachusetts was preceded by the 12th annual Chancellor’s Cup Golf Open at Pinehills Golf Club in Plymouth. One-hundred-sixteen new Fellows were invested in the

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historic Old South Church, constructed in 1875 in Ruskinian Italian Gothic style. Thirteen Honorary Fellows were recognized that year. The Party with the Fellows was held at Boston Architectural College and the annual business luncheon convened in the Westin Waterfront Hotel ballroom. Centerpieces by Boston area elementary school students adorned the tables at the Convocation dinner at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. 2009 presented unexpected challenges: the most serious downturn in the world economy since the Great Depression resulted in a decline in the College’s investment fund and impacted architectural practices and members’ ability to contribute. Chancellor Don Hackl advocated that the College maintain its mission of service, support for young architects, and awards, including the Latrobe Prize. The College’s investment portfolio experienced less than the average decline experienced by other investors, and the fund’s advisors and the executive committee focused on gradually rebuilding the asset base through strategic investing and member contributions. Chancellor Hackl reinforced a series of strategies begun by Chancellors Odermatt and Lucas to enhance fundraising by recognizing Legacy Contributors at the College’s annual meeting. The 2009 AIA convention was held in San Francisco. The sixth Latrobe Prize went to Martin Felsen, AIA, and Sarah Dunn for research into energy conservation, “Growing Energy/Water: Using the Grid to get off the Grid.” The Investiture of 112 new Fellows and nine Honorary Fellows took place at Grace Cathedral, renowned for its neoGothic design constructed in articulated exposed concrete. Chancellor Edward Kodet started 2010 off by emphasizing committed engagement in the College’s major activities that focused on young architects, research, and component involvement. The 2010 AIA convention was held in Miami Beach, and one of the largest classes of new Fellows (134 Fellows and 11 Honorary Fellows) was invested in the Adrienne Arsht Center, designed by 1995 Gold Medalist César Pelli. At the annual meeting, Legacy membership took a strong move forward as 34 Legacy members were recognized. At the convention the College initiated a new conference educational session, 2+2, a mentorship program to provide young architects the opportunity to share their work on stage with the work of two Fellows

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recognized for design. The year saw a substantial increase in contributions and investment gains supported by expanded commitment by Legacy members and the Chancellor’s Cup. A new Regional Representatives initiative focused on communication, leadership, and engagement with Young Architect regional directors at the component level. The executive committee met in San Diego and Seattle, where it convened with local Fellows and component leadership to foster greater connection. Chancellor Kodet requested that the AIA President and Board of Directors change the Mission Statement by adding “to mentor Young Architects,” which passed unanimously. The results of the 2009 Latrobe Prize research effort, “Growing Energy/ Water: Getting off the Grid,” was presented at the final executive committee meeting and recognized for its innovative research on sustainable water resources in a Chicago urban environment. The College presented over $28,000 in Emerging Professional Component Grants and increased the annual budgeted amount to $40,000. Partnering with the AIA Board’s Knowledge Committee, the College presented funds for the AIA’s new Richard Upjohn grant program that totaled $91,000. The year concluded with the College of Fellows recognizing nine new recipients for the Young Architects Award. In 2011 Chancellor Chester “Chet” A. Widom began his tenure by reminding the College that while its primary focus was to foster research, mentor young architects, and support collegiality among the profession, the honor of being an AIA Fellow required lifelong commitment to making the world a better place. Chancellor Widom led the selection of the 6th Latrobe Prize awardees, which included Bryan Bell, Executive Director of Design Corps; Roberta Feldman, Professor, School of Architecture, University of Illinois Chicago; Sergio Palleroni, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Portland State University; and David Perkes, AIA, Director, Gulf Coast Community Design Studio, Mississippi State University. The award was for research into public interest practices in architecture and would become a report entitled “Wisdom from the Field: Public Interest Architecture in Practice.” With a continued focus on mentoring young architects, a total of $27,950 in Emerging Professional Component grants

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was awarded to ten AIA chapters throughout the country. The 2011 AIA national convention was held in New Orleans, and the College of Fellows activities began with the 15th Annual Chancellor’s Cup Open at the TPC Louisiana, home of the PGA Tour’s Zurich Classic. The Investiture took place at Touro Synagogue in the historic Garden District of New Orleans, elevating 104 new Fellows and 6 Honorary Fellows. Chancellor Widom presided over the annual business meeting in the La Chinoiserie Ballroom of the Windsor Court Hotel, and the Convocation celebration was held in the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel’s Napoleon Ballroom. At the 2012 AIA national convention, under the leadership of Chancellor Norman L. Koonce, the Investiture took place in the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, elevating 105 new Fellows and 6 Honorary Fellows. The annual business meeting and luncheon were held in the historic Hay Adams Hotel. The Convocation dinner concluded convention activities in the National Building Museum’s soaring central space. Donald Trump hosted the 16th Annual Chancellor’s Cup at the Trump National DC Golf Club. 2012 marked the 20th anniversary of the 22,000 strong Young Architects Forum, which—guided by the College of Fellows executive committee— concluded the development of a five-year strategic plan. Thirteen of these young architects were honored with the Young Architects Award and the executive committee participated in awarding $90,000 in the AIA’s Richard Upjohn Fellow grants to four recipients. In addition, thirteen Emerging Professional Component Grants totaling $26,000 were awarded for the year. Chancellor Koonce participated in the 10th anniversary celebration of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture, where he announced a $500,000 grant had been bestowed for continued research to an institution that had originally been formed from seed money provided by the Latrobe Prize. In 2013 the College of Fellows began to evaluate a capital campaign (in conjunction with the AIA) to increase its Annual Fund’s corpus above its $3,000,000 standing to support expanded College services and activities. Chancellor Ronald L. Skaggs led the selection of the seventh Latrobe Prize, awarded to Bimal Mendis and Joyce Hsiang of Plan B Architecture and Urbanism, both faculty at Yale school of Architecture, for research entitled

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“Urban Sphere: The City of 7 Billion.” The 2013 AIA convention was held in Denver and all College of Fellow events, including the Chancellor’s Cup Open Golf Tournament, were within walking distance of Denver’s convention center. The Investiture for 122 new Fellows and seven Honorary Fellows was at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House—a modern performance space designed by the firm Semple Brown, PC, within the preserved shell of the historic Municipal Auditorium. Sarah Semple Brown was among the Fellows invested that day. The annual business meeting and luncheon convened in The Loft, a rehearsal space above the opera house, and the black-tie Convocation dinner took place at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, celebrating the achievements of the 2013 Fellows with announcements that the College had funded a design competition for architecture students at the University of Denver to coincide with the convention. Models of winning entries were exhibited that evening. The year culminated under Chancellor Skaggs’ leadership in the establishment of a Council of Chancellors, consisting of all former Chancellors, to serve as an advisory group to the College of Fellows’ executive committee. Ten Emerging Professional Component grants were distributed, totaling $26,250, and the 15 recipients of the AIA’s Young Architects Award were recognized. A Retrospective Task Force was formed to evaluate and improve the Latrobe Prize process, to be chaired by former Chancellor Harold Adams. The College was poised to continue leading the profession with annual fund growth to continue building a professional body of knowledge.

2014-2016 SUSTAINING, RE-MESSAGING AND FUND RAISING In 2014 Chancellor William J. Stanley III led the College’s March meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, with a reception for local Fellows at the newly renovated Condado Vanderbilt Hotel. Local architect Jorge Rossello was on hand to discuss the renovation, which his firm had designed. The Call for Latrobe Submissions was revised to include more practicing architects on the jury, ensuring that the research selected for the 2015 Prize would be relevant to practice and “resiliency” was designated as the year’s theme. Chancellor Stanley attended the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada conference, where a mentorship program supported by both groups was indicative of

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strengthened ties between the two organizations. At the 2014 convention in Chicago, the Chancellor’s Cup was held at the Cantigny Golf Course with over 100 golfers. Chancellor Stanley oversaw the elevation of 139 Fellows and four Honorary Fellows at the 52nd Investiture in the landmark Auditorium Theatre at Roosevelt University. The annual business meeting at the Hyatt Regency at McCormick Place preceded the Convocation at the convention headquarters hotel, the Sheraton. During 2014, Chancellor Stanley led the executive committee in initiating programs to develop the College’s social media presence, survey Fellows to assess awareness of College activities, and coordinate activities and fundraising efforts with the AIA and the AIA Foundation. At his inauguration, 53rd Chancellor Albert W. Rubeling Jr. announced that 2015 would be a year to refocus on the “why, the how and the what” of the College. He envisioned developing a “conscience/institute memory” ensuring the College’s sustainability and relevance. The executive committee approved $500 cash awards to each YAF Award recipient at the AIA convention and the purchase of an interactive digital Former Chancellors plaque for the AIA national headquarters’ lobby. Work conducted through the year would “tee up” a more aggressive Annual Fund campaign to be championed by Vice Chancellor John Sorrenti in 2016. The 2015 Convention in Atlanta began with an unprecedented two golf events: the Chancellor’s Invitational at Eastlake Golf Club and the 19th annual Chancellor’s Cup Open at TPC Sugarloaf. Over 140 golfers played in the events, raising $24,500—nearly double the previous year’s amount. The Party with the Fellows was held in the revolving Polaris Restaurant overlooking downtown Atlanta from the top floor of the Hyatt Regency Hotel, also the Convocation site. At the 53rd Investiture in the Horizon Sanctuary of Ebenezer Baptist Church—where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. served as co-pastor and where his funeral was held—147 Fellows and five Honorary Fellows were elevated. Under Chancellor Rubeling’s leadership, the College retained the services of public relations firm IMRE, LLC, to conduct AIA membership surveys to provide a snapshot of the College’s relevancy. The results revealed

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low awareness of the College by Institute members, a lack of understanding of the nomination and submission process, and a communication deficiency around the work of the College and its members. This insight led to the creation of a new brand narrative, umbrella messaging and an audience messaging matrix: As leading architects, we don’t just have the opportunity to change the horizon. •

We have the chance to change the way people live.

We have the tools to contribute to society in profound ways, and we are com-

mitted to improving everyday life. As fellows we are recognized as the leaders. •

The ones who seize the opportunity to be mentors to the next generation.

The ones who elevate the profession through our vision.

We are the ones who represent the values, support the development, and encourage the sustainability of the practice of architecture.

We are the doers.

We are the difference.

We are the AIA College of Fellows.

The Umbrella Messaging phrase developed was “A passion for doing more.” The Audience Messaging Matrix would aid in in the application of the umbrella message on the College’s newsletter and website and to each of the College’s target audiences: current Fellows, AIA members, and AIA organization leadership. Rubeling also led the awarding of 14 Emerging Professional Component grants totaling $19,400 and the start of the College granting honorariums of $500 to each AIA Young Architect Award recipient, 12 of whom received the stipends in 2015. The year culminated with the report from the Latrobe Evaluation Task Force. The inauguration of the College’s 54th Chancellor, John R. Sorrenti, held at the Kennedy Caucus Room at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill, was the first inauguration held outside the Institute headquar-

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ters. Sorrenti announced that 2016 would follow the theme “A Passion for Doing More.” Under Sorrenti’s leadership, the executive committee focused on increasing mentorship, broadening the College’s financial base, and increasing public visibility for the College and the Institute. The executive committee approved a multi-year alliance with the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada to formulate a worldwide mentorship program for students, newly licensed architects, and architects of all ages and career stages to start by 2020. Twelve Emerging Professional Component Grants were awarded. The establishment of a long overdue Capital Campaign program included forming a new committee tasked with creating a matrix of tiered giving levels and benefits. The matrix included the opportunity for a Fellow to add their name to a brick in a ‘repaving’ project that would transform a neglected walkway on Institute grounds and provide the College a new and highly visible revenue stream. Through that work, a new convention fundraising strategy was instituted. At the 2016 AIA convention in Philadelphia, the annual Party with the Fellows was the largest in the College’s history with almost 400 attending. The Investiture was held at the Irvine Auditorium; designed by architect Horace Trumbauer, the building is the centerpiece of the University of Pennsylvania’s Philadelphia campus. One-hundred-forty-nine Fellows and nine Honorary Fellows were invested. At the end of 2016, under the leadership of Secretary Edward A. Vance, the executive committee brought the creation and publication of the College’s newsletter in-house. Chancellor’s Cup events focused on the event’s 20th anniversary, raising over $30,000. At the Convocation in the Philadelphia Marriott Grand Ballroom, Terri Stewart, Hon. AIA, received the Leslie Boney Award for her service to the College.

2017-2018 ENSURING FINANCIAL RESILIENCY The 55th Chancellor and third woman to serve in the role, Lenore M. Lucey, was inaugurated at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center’s Congressional Atrium in Washington, DC. Chancellor Lucey vowed to focus the College on doing more for the programs the College supports—and potentially others—with increased endowment through growth in the number of College members who contribute.

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Chancellor Lucey also focused on strengthening established connections among the College’s members, the profession’s young architects, and AIA component staff. The College’s strong relationship with the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) was evident as the executive committee attended the RAIC annual event in Ottawa. The College’s strong relationship with the RAIC was evident as the executive committee attended the organization’s annual Festival in Ottawa in May. Chancellor Lucey was the first College Chancellor invited to speak at their Fellowship Investiture. At the AIA’s newly rebranded annual convention, the A’17 Conference on Architecture, in Orlando, the College celebrated the Chancellor’s Cup Golf Tournament’s 21st anniversary at the Grand Cypress designed by Jack Nicklaus and provided an additional opportunity for golfers at the 3rd Invitational Golf Tournament at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill. Since their inception, these tournaments—the College’s major fundraising mechanisms—had raised a total of over a half-million dollars. The Party with the Fellows took place at 3NINE in the Rosen Plaza Hotel. The Investiture was held at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Walt Disney Theater, designed by HKS with Fellow Barton Myers. The largest class in the College’s history— one-hundred-seventy-eight Fellows and eight Honorary Fellows—were elevated. The annual business meeting convened in the Signature Room of the Rosen Centre Hotel, and the Convocation was held in the Plaza International Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Orlando. In addition to the College’s ongoing support for AIA chapters across the country with its Emerging Professional Grants—$25,000 in 2017—financial support was pledged for the annual meeting of the Council of Architectural Component Executives (CACE) to assist their efforts to develop young professionals. The College also provided approximately $10,500 in support for the Young Architects Committee, its Leadership Institute, and the MiniMBA program, as well as Young Architects Award grants totaling $10,000. Also that year, financial support went to the Council of Architectural Component Executives—the backbone of Fellows’ localized mentorship of young professionals and support for the profession—and to the Regional Representatives program to aid their efforts. Jeff Pastva, AIA, 2017 Young Architect Award recipient, became editor of the College’s newsletter.

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The 2018 inauguration of 56th Chancellor Raymond “Skipper” Post— 1996 AIA President—was held in the AIA Headquarters Social Gallery in Washington, DC. In his inaugural comments, Chancellor Post emphasized that 2018 would be focused on building the College’s financial reserves through an aggressive donation campaign, noting that only 10% of Fellows contribute and an increased donor base would be essential to supporting the College’s programs. “The tenets of the College of Fellows remain unchanged: support the College administratively and financially, support architectural research through the Latrobe Prize, and support and mentor young AIA architects who are our future leaders,” said Post. “Without sustained funding, we cannot fulfill these vital endeavors.” During the spring, the AIA struggled through a situation in which a prominent member was accused of sexual harassment. This member was also a Fellow, and the College was forced to consider its position regarding the case and, more generally, alleged harassment in any form, from sexual to workplace conduct. Chancellor Post worked extensively with the AIA’s leadership and appropriate staff to understand the College’s role in the situation, and to inform members of the College’s legal and administrative position and its requirements. It surfaced that many members were not aware the College of Fellows is a subdivision of the Institute and, as such, must follow the directives and rules of the AIA. Simply put, the College of Fellows had no legal or administrative authority to, for instance, terminate a member’s Fellowship. As the situation developed, the AIA assumed an active role in the pursuit of all harassment issues, and the College continued to follow administrative and legal guidelines embedded in the AIA and in its own bylaws. The A’18 Conference on Architecture became a financial challenge for the College and the Institute. Costs for convening at New York City’s more notable venues were well above standard budget allowances. Thus, the New York Hilton served as the primary site for all College related activities. To Chancellor Post, however, the Investiture ceremony required inspirational architecture. He chose St. Patrick’s Cathedral and worked with New York City Fellow John Sullivan and the Archdiocese to secure the Cathedral for the event. St. Patrick’s was designed in white marble by architect James

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Renwick and completed in 1879; a major restoration by the firm Murphy Burnham and Buttrick received an AIA Honor Award in 2016. One-hundred-fifty-two architects were elevated to Fellowship with nine Honorary Fellows. The year marked the largest class of female architects invested to date—43 or over 28% of those honored. At the College’s annual business meeting, Chancellor Post urged committee members to simplify and streamline processes such as selection of Young Architects Forum representatives and the awarding of grants to AIA Components for Emerging Professionals programs. The result was greater clarification of application requirements, which ultimately allowed the College selection processes to be both more efficient and more objective. In addition, a Fellow and an AIA Board member offered statements regarding the issue of harassment in general. Throughout the year, Post led efforts to inform College members of the need to increase donations to defend the Fund’s portfolio of reserves and thereby sustain current programs against market fluctuations. He met with Marci B. Reed, AIA’s Architects Foundation Executive Director, and Terri Stewart, Hon AIA, Senior Vice President of Knowledge and Practice and the College’s administrator, in Washington, DC, to review each entity’s donor records system. Stewart then collaborated with AIA staff to reprogram the Institute’s existing software and the resulting reconfigured donor records system was implemented during 2018. Throughout his tenure, Post advised that increasing the number of Fellows who donate at similar rates from 10% to 50% would grow and sustain the College reserves. Post found the collaboration of the 2018 executive committee—Ed Vance, vice chancellor; Peter Kuttner, bursar; and new member John Castellana, secretary—essential to the positive consensus and forward momentum of his vision for accelerated and expanded contributions, particularly as they vowed to make it a threeyear goal they would each carry into their terms as chancellor. 2018-2019 TRANSFORMATIONAL OUTREACH The 57th Chancellor of the College of Fellows, Edward A. Vance, was inaugurated in the Kennedy Caucus Room of the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, DC. Chancellor Vance had been the first Fellow to join the

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College’s Board in the year after his elevation. From his initial role as Secretary and throughout his term on the Board, Vance’s leadership focused on increasing awareness of the College of Fellows through sophisticated communications and heightened outreach. The 2019 Board of Directors also included esteemed members Peter Kuttner, Vice Chancellor; John Castellana, Secretary; and Roger Schluntz, Bursar. Vance began his term by advocating for and overseeing a full revision of the AIA College of Fellows History & Directory. Previous editions were researched, written and revised thanks to a dedicated group of volunteer Fellows including Betsey Dougherty, L. Jane Hastings, Ronald L. Skaggs, Albert W. Rubeling Jr., John R. Sorrenti, and the College’s administrative staff. Vance recognized the book’s historical narrative, which was updated annually with each Chancellor contributing the highlights of their tenure, required professional review and revision to ensure consistency and relevancy for current and future generations of Fellows. He also envisioned a publication that reflected the growing diversity in the College and the profession by including significant milestones and changing demographics of its members. Chancellor Vance gained Board approval to hire professional writer, Rebecca W. E. Edmunds, AIA, to completely revise the Directory. She worked closely with AIA Archivist Nancy Hadley, Associate AIA, to research the College’s history, founding documents and membership files. Their collective work improved the relevancy and accuracy of the information included in the 2019 edition. College chancellors Lenore M. Lucy and Raymond “Skipper” G. Post Jr. added their histories as well. The revision was published in time for the 2019 Class Investiture. Other communications initiatives led by Chancellor Vance included a redesign of The AIA College of Fellows Annual Report: 2019 Annual Business Meeting. Produced by the College beginning with this edition, the report focuses on the initiatives and accomplishments of the College. Across Vance’s four-year tenure, the Board’s leadership pulled back the curtain on the activities of the College, spread awareness of the College’s work through numerous publications, and strengthened its purpose and mission for current and future members. A new Communications Report chapter in the College’s Annual Report established data benchmarks for tracking outreach,

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social media engagement, publication reads, and web traffic. Over Vance’s four-year term, 41 publications reached over 44,000 readers worldwide including: •

16 quarterly redesigned newsletters

Five COF Chancellor’s Annuals

Five AIA President Annuals

10 publications related to College of Fellows operations including

guides to Latrobe submissions, Component Grant applications, the Path to Fellowship, The Former Chancellors Directory, welcome packets for new COF Regional Representatives and new members of the COF Executive Committee, By-Laws and other relevant materials. •

Five editions of the AIA College of Fellows History & Directory

The 2019 Latrobe Prize—the 10th awarded—went to principal investigators Fellow Sean O’Donnell, Principal and K-12 Practice Leader at Perkins Eastman, and Bruce Levine, J.D., Associate Clinical Professor at Drexel University. Their submittal entitled “Addressing a Multi-Billion Dollar Challenge” endeavors to advance knowledge of the ways High-Quality Schools can positively affect Educational Outcomes in partnership with the District of Columbia and Baltimore City Public Schools. The jury selected this research effort because of its potential to provide design tools for architects and school districts that will positively impact millions of students and teachers in schools across the country and around the world. The biennial $100,000 prize is awarded for research leading to significant advances in the profession. Ten Latrobe Prizes totaling $1 million have furthered research on a variety of issues important to the profession. Vance also chaired the Emerging Professional Component Grants Jury, awarding $40,000 to twelve state and local AIA components across the country. The College founded the Young Architects Forum in 1991. As Chair of the Young Architects Award Jury, Chancellor Vance led selecting and honoring twenty-two of the AIA’s most outstanding new professionals. The College’s 2019 Annual Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, brought the YAF and the College leaders together to continue to foster a unified and consistent mentorship network for the Institute’s brightest and most passionate leaders. The two groups—the COF and YAF—met again at AIA Grassroots

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in March and at A’19 in June. Vance continued the College’s ongoing commitment to strengthening relationships with the RAIC by attending their National Convention in 2018 and 2019, taking part in their Investiture ceremonies, the International Prize event, and their annual Syllabus Program Convocation. Vance shared the College’s newly developed newsletter template with RAIC staff. He also advocated for stronger and more transparent relationships with the AIA Board of Directors and revitalized the practice of the College of Fellows reporting on initiatives to the AIA Board of Directors at Grassroots and during Governance week. Furthering a mission championed by Chancellor Skipper Post and the Board, Vance advanced the College’s collective effort to increase member donations utilizing the donation records system established by Post. Vance oversaw a new initiative to build the College’s financial reserves with the launch of the IRA Charitable Rollover Campaign. When Fellow Paul Stevenson Oles, whose sketching talent was used by the late I. M. Pei among others, wanted to join the College’s donor base, Vance encouraged his donation of a drawing of the AIA Octagon House. The College created a limited edition of signed prints as gifts of appreciation for the College’s most significant donors, those with Legacy 30 status. The effort raised tens of thousands of dollars. For the 65th Investiture at A’19 in Las Vegas, Chancellor Vance selected and secured the renowned Smith Center for the Performing Arts, designed by David M. Schwarz Architects, Inc. One-hundred-and-fifteen new Fellows and nine Honorary Fellows were invested into the College of Fellows with Jury Chair Mary P. Cox and 2019 AIA President and Fellow, William Bates presiding. Their elevation was celebrated at the Convocation with nearly 800 attendees. Vance personally funded videoing the Investiture and the Convocation, making 2019 the first year these events became available for all College members to view open source. Most College activities were held in the Smith Center, except the Party with the Fellows at the World Market Center and the Convocation. The A’19 Chancellor’s Cup Golf Tournament, held at TPC Summerlin, became the highest grossing tournament in the College’s history, raising more than $50,000 for future grants and awards.

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With Vance’s leadership, the College continued its transformation into a more relevant and accessible organization for members and those served by the College. The Board aligned with the AIA in advocating for solutions on issues of climate change and equity, diversity, and inclusion. One such strategy Vance forwarded was increasing the size and demographic composition of the Latrobe Prize and component grants juries. He replaced the former chancellor seat with a new juror selected from YAF leadership—a change that advances diversity both in jury members and in selection priorities for awarding the Latrobe prize and component grants. Vance also established formal protocols for juror selection to ensure the reconfigured, inclusive jury pool continues beyond his chancellorship. 2019-2020 DOING MORE IN CHALLENGING TIMES The 58th Chancellor of the College of Fellows, Peter G. Kuttner was inaugurated in December 2019 during Governance Week in the mezzanine of the AIA National Headquarters in Washington, DC. The location reflected Kuttner’s emphasis on “doing more” including increasing the College’s alignment with the Institute on its central focus on the AIA Climate Initiative. The night after the Chancellor’s inauguration, the AIA inaugurated its 2020 President, L. Jane Frederick. The College’s 2020 Board of Directors also included esteemed members John Castellana, Vice Chancellor; Roger Schluntz, Bursar; and Frances Halsband, Secretary. The year began with no sense that 2020 would differ from any other year. Kuttner and his Board colleagues prepared to intensify their focus on the College’s core mission while positioning the coming Latrobe Prize, Young Architects Awards, and The Newsletter around the Climate Initiative. Kuttner also planned to encourage engagement of the College’s members involved in climate change work to reinforce the AIA’s efforts through the lens of Fellowship. The College provides a valuable and deployable community of expertise to support environmental stewardship in the profession and aid the AIA’s work. Taking cues from Frederick’s inauguration statement and the AIA Strategic Council’s development of the Framework for Design Excellence,

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a series of goals and beliefs that extends the profession’s call to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public to have broader meaning by addressing the challenges of increasing climate extremes and social inequity. The College adopted the Framework as well. Members of the Board attended AIA Grassroots in New Orleans in February as part of their commitment to alignment with the Institute. And then the pandemic hit, kicking off a year defined by the upending of social, cultural, environmental, and public health norms. Before COVID-19, the Board’s only in-person meeting was the Saturday after the December 2019 inauguration to kick off the year. With the pandemic, the first of the Board’s traditional four in-person meetings scheduled for Boulder in the spring went online. As the year progressed, cancelations continued with the A’20 conference already planned for Los Angeles, the fall Charleston meeting, and December’s governance week all dropping away. Like many adjusting to continue making progress amid the pandemic, Kuttner turned a challenge into serendipity. He translated the typical three-day spring meeting into a series of two-hour sessions—commonly considered the effective limit for a virtual meeting. At that first meeting, the Board quickly realized that creating this series of two-hour meetings, scheduled a week apart from each other, could be even more effective. In the end, the initial spring meeting spanned five weeks and enabled the Board to meet and discuss initiatives while coordinating with related milestones in the Institute’s work. For example, the Board’s first spring meeting occurred before the AIA’s Strategic Council and Board had their first meetings. Thus, College leadership arranged sessions before and after the Strategic Council’s meeting, so they could integrate insight and intelligence from AIA leadership’s work into that of the College. The same strategy benefitted alignment with the College’s regional representatives. Thus, the Board continued the virtual meeting pattern across the year. The Board faced concerns that the impact of the pandemic would overwhelm initial College efforts to focus on climate action and resiliency planning as a single initiative for the Institute, as other critical issues began to emerge. When George Floyd died, 2020 became a year defined by crises.

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Kuttner believed the College had to shift its strategic focus to the overlap between the converging issues. Under his leadership, the Board realigned to define all these issues related to the virus, racism and social equity, and resilience and climate change collectively as a new and unique public health crisis. The Board and the College did not shy away from taking controversial stands. A group of Fellows organized, in solidarity with the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), to take out a full-page ad for “Black Lives Matter” in the New York Times. It was signed by over 400 architects and design professionals expressing their “complete commitment to and support for the protection of Black lives and the advancement of Black livelihood.” This was one of several efforts to address equity, intended to bring wider knowledge to the fact that of the 116,000-plus licensed architects in the United States, less than two percent are Black and less than a quarter of Black architects are women; statistics that have remained consistent for decades. This created some conflict on the College’s blog and social media platforms but led to an increased alliance with NOMA and an increase in College jury sizes and change in jury requirements to allow more diversity among jury members. Interest by Fellows in mentoring and scholarships for underserved groups led to the College supporting existing programs led by the Architects Foundation. Much of the regular business of the College was maintained through it all. With the loss of opportunities to bring the College’s members together physically, Kuttner led the Board to refocus on members via outreach. The newsletter, email and the social media platforms established under Chancellor Vance became the primary and vital mechanisms for connecting with members. Each issue of the newsletter focused on our members: the first was the Inauguration with all former chancellors on the cover, next was a grid of the faces of over a hundred new Fellows, and the third featured the faces of the Regional Representatives. To share with members how the College was operating, the 4th quarter cover was a Zoom grid of faces in the business meeting in October. The masthead of the website featured the new

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Fellows as well. With the AIA postponing their business meeting with the abandonment of the A’20 conference, the AIA’s business meeting was held in the fall, pushing the College’s meeting to October 1st. A positive result of holding it virtually was that over 250 members were present—more members than had ever attended during a convention. The high attendance also signaled that the Board’s outreach efforts were keeping members engaged, as did the fact that more money was donated than in many years prior. Kuttner also attributed some of the increased contributions to pandemic empathy, existing initiatives to increase member donations, and the creation this year of the Heritage Society of the AIA College of Fellows. The Heritage Society established a framework to acknowledge members who include donations to the College in their estate planning. Recent Latrobe Prize recipients have focused more on applied research that benefits practitioners. The 2019 award funded “Addressing a Multi-Billion Dollar Challenge” to research the impact of design on educational outcomes. With schools closed because of the pandemic, the research work was postponed for an entire year. As a result, the Board diverted the Latrobe funds to the AIA to help sponsor a separate, smaller grant to re-look at the relationship between education, practice, and the needs of the profession. The Board also helped jury the AIA Upjohn Research Initiative grants to five research projects focusing on energy conservation and climate change. For younger professionals and Components, the College awarded seven 2020 EP Component Grants totaling $22,510, with a few focused on how emerging professionals can address climate change. The long-range effects of the pandemic on the workings of the College and the Institute are yet to be realized. However, the introduction of virtual platforms to the meetings and operations of the College’s Board of Directors brought a new tool to facilitating and sustaining engagement between Board members and with the College’s members. Kuttner’s continued focus on the overlap of challenges faced by the profession and society laid the groundwork for advancing climate action, fostering equity and inclusion among members, finding new ways to work together through difficult times, and

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furthering the College’s commitment to doing more.

2020-2021 PRESERVING THE LEGACY AND ADVANCING NEW TRADITIONS John J. Castellana was inaugurated as the 59th Chancellor of the College of Fellows on 9 December 2020. The continuing pandemic led to the ceremony being conducted on the web, marking the first time in the College’s history a chancellor’s inauguration was virtual rather than in-person during Governance Week. Despite this, College staff and Executive Committee members choreographed a beautiful ceremony with Fellows and guests taking part from across the country. The Executive Committee joined in the ceremony including Roger Schluntz, Vice Chancellor; Frances Halsband, Secretary; and the Executive Committee’s newest member, Ronald Blitch, Bursar. Investiture attendees also met the AIA’s incoming President Peter Exley, current President Jane Frederick, and retiring Chief Executive Robert Ivy. Peter Kuttner, the College’s 58th chancellor, led the proceedings. Castellana, who became a Fellow in 1988 at the age of 39, was humbled to be the current Chancellor as it had been over 38 years since a Michigander held this position. With family surrounding him, the Investiture began a year focused on continuing traditions of the past, interjected with new initiatives. Castellana, in his inaugural speech, established several initiatives for the coming year: • Advance youth and diversity in the College by advocating for all Fellows to encourage young architects to get involved in the AIA early in their careers and ultimately pursue Fellowship. • Reinforce AIA and COF joint initiatives to celebrate architecture’s role in erasing racial injustice and promoting a greener and more sustainable built environment. • Strengthen the core missions of the College: ° Mentor Emerging Professionals and Young Architects and continue support for awards and grants. ° Continue to promote research grounded in practical applications for the profession via the biennial Latrobe Prize, which is leading to signif-

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icant advances in architecture. Now in its 20th year, the Latrobe has awarded over $1,000,000 to fund critical research. ° Sustain the College and its award and grant programs by promoting increased contributions by members. Traditional face-to-face Executive Committee meetings again shifted to virtual, as initiated by Chancellor Kuttner in 2019 because of the pandemic. However, the business of the College continued seamlessly throughout the year as the Executive Committee met monthly via Zoom with full agendas focusing on the year’s initiatives and honoring the newest Fellows. With A’20 in Los Angeles canceled, many hoped A’21 in Philadelphia would host a joint Investiture to honor Fellows elevated in 2020 and 2021. Planning for A’21 in Philadelphia began in October 2019, but the continuing pandemic resulted in its cancelation. Castellana, the Executive Committee, and College staff immediately began brainstorming ideas for an in-person joint Investiture Ceremony. Castellana and Kuttner focused on properly celebrating the accomplishments of the newest members of the College. Surveys were sent to all new Fellows. Over 90% favored having an in-person Investiture ceremony. Thus, the College planned to host a joint Investiture during Governance Week, December 2021. Detailed planning began. As the year progressed, several initiatives were deliberated and initiated: • Implemented a new, user-friendly web platform to simplify the giving process ° In the platform’s first year, annual contributions increased to record numbers, in part because of the new system. • Expanded distribution and awareness strategies for the College of Fellows Newsletter started by Former Chancellor Vance resulted in substantially increased readership over previous years. • Formed alliance with NOMA beginning with financial support for research on minority architects, which will be integral to an Octagon exhibit planned for October 2022. • Adjusted COF Fund investment strategies to incorporate a more diverse and socially responsive portfolio. • Deepened partnership with the Young Architects Forum to enhance

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mentoring activities. • Developed revisions to the College’s Objects of Nomination to enhance clarity for candidate submissions and jury reviews. • Initiated a task force to explore the organizational structure of the College’s Council of Regional Representative network. • Developed Standard Operating Procedures to bring consistency to all Executive Committee activities and business operations. • Continued to advance the College’s stance on sustainability and diversity in unison with AIA tenets. The pandemic forced implementation of new technologies for safely conducting the College’s business. Following the success of the June 2020 virtual business meeting, the 2021 College of Fellows Business Meeting was also held virtually, with over 300 attending. Despite the loss of in-person interaction, the online platform allowed many more College members to engage versus traditional in-person luncheons. This new “tradition” will continue for 2022 and beyond. The Business Meeting included the customary welcome, introductions, recognitions, and the Vice Chancellor Report from Roger Schluntz, which announced the recommended 2022 COF Slate of Officers: Roger Schluntz as 60th Chancellor, Frances Halsband as Vice Chancellor, Ron Blitch as Bursar and Kate Schwennsen as Secretary. The slate received unanimous approval by all Fellows in attendance. Additional presentations included Abigail Brown, AIA, and Ryan McEnroe, AIA, from the Young Architects Forum; Jeanne Jackson, FAIA, Chair of the Council of Regional Representatives; and Billie Faircloth, FAIA, Chair of the 2022 Latrobe Prize Jury. Faircloth explained the 2022 Latrobe Prize theme, “Buildings – Planetary Health and Human Health,” and the selection process for the award. A description of the Joint Investiture in December followed, with a look ahead at COF events planned for A’22 in Chicago. In June, with easing of pandemic restrictions, the Executive Committee met in-person for the first time since December 2019. Chancellor Castellana hosted the meeting in his home and office in Birmingham-Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Two full days covered annual business, the Young Architects Awards, Emerging Professionals Component Grants, the Newsletter editor,

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and final planning for the Investiture for the classes of 2020 and 2021. In August, an additional in-person session to conduct College business took place at Mackinac Island (Michigan) in conjunction with the AIA Michigan Mid-Summer Conference, which celebrated its 77th annual session. With over 200 attendees, the conference provided executive committee members opportunities to take part in conference activities and network with Fellows and architects from the Michigan region in the magnificent Lake Huron setting. The Executive Committee continued its work throughout the summer and fall, culminating with Governance Week in early December in Washington, DC. Along with regular business and transitioning to the College’s new leadership slate, the focus was hosting the joint 2020-2021 Investiture. With attendance close to 1,000, Castellana and Kuttner guided a highly anticipated ceremony at the Kennedy Center Opera House to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of two classes of new Fellows. A champagne reception followed at AIA Headquarters to toast the accomplishments of the new Fellows with their families. Over 400 attended. The following evening, Castellana presided at the Inauguration of Roger Schluntz as the College’s 60th Chancellor. Held at AIA Headquarters, the event included special tributes to Terri Stewart, Hon. AIA, as she leaves her position as Executive Director of our College to serve the AIA in a new capacity, and Robert Ivy, as he approaches his retirement. Ed Kodet, FAIA, was also honored as the 2021 recipient of the Leslie Boney Spirit Award and concluded with a special tribute to Castellana, who joins the esteemed group of Former Chancellors. With the close of the 2021-2021 year, the College of Fellows thrives, and its legacy remains steeped in valued traditions enhanced by the necessities and technology of today!

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2022 CELEBRATION, RESTRUCTURING & A RETURN TO NORMAL The year marked the 164th Anniversary of the founding of the AIA and the 70th Anniversary of the founding of the College of Fellows (COF). The term of the College’s 60th Chancellor began with the inauguration of Roger L. Schluntz in December 2021 during a formal dinner at AIA Headquarters in Washington, DC. Joining Schluntz and Vice Chancellor Frances Halsband, Kate Schwennsen became Secretary of the Executive Committee (ExCom) and Ron Blitch continued as Bursar. The year began with Doug Paul as the College’s new Executive Director, replacing long-serving Terri Stewart, Hon. AIA. In June, Doug transitioned to other responsibilities within the AIA. His successor, Pam Day, Hon. AIA—the well-established AIA Corporate Secretary and Vice President, Governance and Awards—took over the role. The work of the COF’s “go-to” administrator, Muza Conforti, Director, AIA Governance Administration, provided continuity and support for the organization’s affairs. With many other changes at the AIA, the COF now functions as a component of Governance and Awards, rather than as a Knowledge Community, in better alignment with the Institute’s operations and awards programs. AIA restructuring also designated each state chapter be represented on the AIA Strategic Council. An appointed COF Task Force continued to examine options for a new regional configuration. After consultation with Regional Representatives, the Task Force recommended minor changes to the College’s existing regional structure. Jeanne Jackson, FAIA continued as Council of Regional Representatives Chair for a third year, leading the work of 27 Regional Representatives—the COF’s “boots on the ground”. These members fulfill the College’s mission and activities through outreach with members and emerging professionals across the country and abroad. In a new role, Secretary Schwennsen led oversight of the College’s expanding member communications—a vital aspect of organizational health. We also welcomed a new editor, Gabriela Baierle, and rebranded the College newsletter, now The AIA College of Fellows Quarterly. In March, the 2022 Latrobe Prize Jury, chaired by Billie Faircloth, FAIA of Kieran Timberlake (Philadelphia), convened at AIA headquarters. Three finalist presented for the 11th Latrobe Prize and discussed their project scope and methods. This research initiative, first awarded in 2001 as a catalyst for critical research, has evolved to advance issues of vital importance to architectural practice.

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Emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic’s two-year hiatus from in-person meetings, the Executive Committee conducted its regular quarterly meetings in-person. Monthly Zoom conference calls held throughout the year established a precedent that has replaced pre-pandemic meeting protocols. Hosted by Clemson University at the Clemson Design Center in Charleston, the ExCom’s Spring Meeting began with an evening reception with South Carolina area Fellows. The meeting agenda included discussion of geographic “redistribution” options for COF Regions, operational policies, fundraising strategies, planning for the 2023 Investiture, events at A’22, and updates on finances with an overview of the AIA College of Fellows Fund, Inc. Looking forward, the ExCom explored current and future relationships with NCARB, NOMA, YAF, ACSA, and the AIA. While in Charleston, the jury for the 2022 AIA Component Grants for Emerging Professionals assembled via Zoom and in-person to review submissions from domestic and international components. Grant recipients included AIA chapters from Arizona, Columbus (Ohio), Iowa, New Hampshire, New Orleans, Puerto Rico, and Richmond (Virginia). In June, the Annual Business Meeting occurred virtually for the third consecutive year, allowing 417 Fellows to participate, with all attendees able to engage with national and international members. Following Chancellor Schluntz’s welcome, he introduced former COF chancellors and new 2022 Fellows and Honorary Fellows Jury members. Lakisha Woods, recently appointed EVP and CEO of the Institute, and its 2022 President, Dan Hart, FAIA, remarked briefly. With approval of the 2021 Business Meeting Minutes, Vice Chancellor Halsband,FAIA 2022 Nominations Committee Chair, officially recommended Jeanne Jackson, FAIA as the College’s 202325 Bursar. Attendees unanimously elected the 2023 slate of Officers, with Michigan’s Stuart Pettitt, FAIA succeeding Jackson as 2023 Chair of the Council of Regional Representatives. As officers of the COF Fund, the ExCom, led by Bursar and Treasurer Blitch, reported on the COF Fund’s status. Secretary Schwennsen discussed publication efforts and summarized the ExCom’s Charleston meeting. Schluntz and Halsband delivered commentary on current and future initiatives, including the 2023 Latrobe Prize, AIA Component Grants, the Young Architect Award, and financial support for the SAY IT LOUD! exhibition at the Octagon in Washington, DC, and the fall YAF Leadership Summit in Pittsburgh. Chair Jackson presented an overview of the College’s regional redistricting and the method for appointing Regional Representatives. Before adjournment, a moment of silence honored eminent Fellows who passed away in 2021.

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At A’22 in Chicago, COF events kicked off with the 24th Annual Chancellor’s Cup Golf Open at the Cog Hill Golf and Country Club. Over 70 players from across the country competed in teams. Including 2022, the amount raised by the golf event overall exceeds $600,000; these financial resources fund critical College initiatives, the Latrobe Prize, and other grant programs. At the annual “Celebration with the Fellows,” over 400 attendees welcomed the Fellows Class of 2023 at the venerable Chicago Cultural Center, the original Chicago Public Library and a landmark Beaux-Art facility (c. 1897). The celebration included toasts to the 20th Anniversary of the Young Architects Forum and the College’s 70th Anniversary. The event also spotlighted 2022 AIA Young Architect Award recipients, including those honored during the two pandemic years. AIA President Hart, FAIA and First Vice-President Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA were on hand to recognize and congratulate each recipient. 2010 Chancellor Edward J. Kodet organized and moderated a wellattended AIA Continuing Education Session on the COF “2+2” forum. Following tradition, Ed invited two senior Fellows, Curtis J. Moody (Columbus, OH) and Warren Techentin (Los Angeles, CA) and two recent AIA Young Architect Award recipients, Jesse Turck, AIA (St. Paul, MN) and Ozzie Tapia, AIA (Irvine, CA), to share their perspectives on achieving excellence in practice. The College’s headline event was the Investiture of the 2022 Fellows. Conducted in Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler’s landmark Chicago Auditorium (c. 1889, listed on the National Register of Historic Places), Chancellor Schluntz welcomed 88 architects to the College of Fellows. Following remarks by AIA President Hart and Chancellor Schluntz, 2022 Fellows Jury Chair Steven Spurlock, FAIA introduced the class, including two international Honorary Fellows. AIA First Vice-President GrandstaffRice and members of the College’s ExCom greeted them onstage. The New Fellows Luncheon at the University Club of Chicago—the design by members and architects William Holabird and Martin Roche was considered a first-of-its-kind Gothic skyscraper when completed in 1909—welcomed several former chancellors and ExCom members. 2019 Chancellor Edward A. Vance, FAIA summarized the College’s history and mission and emphasized the need for all Fellows to continue contributing to the organization’s work. The College of Fellows Recognition Luncheon, in the historic ballroom of the Georgian Revival-style Union League Club of Chicago, designed by Chicago firm Mundie & Jensen in the 1920s, served over 200. Latrobe Jury Chair Faircloth discussed the 2022 Latrobe Prize for Research with

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the theme of exploring buildings at the intersection of Planetary Health and Human Health. Michelle Laboy, AIA, Professor of Architecture at Northeastern University, a Principal Investigator with the winning team, presented a slideshow of the anticipated climate-focused research effort, “Common SENSES: Standards for Enacting Sensor networks for an Equitable Society”. A’22 festivities concluded on Saturday evening at the Chicago Sheraton Grand Ballroom, where the annual cocktail reception and Gala Convocation Dinner honored the 2022 Class of Fellows. Over 450 guests enjoyed this formal event. Following remarks by Chancellor Schluntz and President Hart, every new Fellow and Honorary Fellow received enthusiastic applause. Music and dancing continued long into the evening. The ExCom conducted its Fall Meeting in September at AIA Maryland’s offices near the State Capitol in Annapolis, where ExCom members and COF staff met informally with local Fellows. Items included a financial review, discussions on major projects the College has underwritten, an assessment of A’22 activities, and a look forward to A’23. An update on the COF’s Standard Operating Procedures manual focused on advancing efficiencies and effectiveness in the grant funding process. The selection process for Regional Representatives was revised with new protocols for filling vacancies and a proactive emphasis on diversity. Of the College’s three primary missions, mentorship of emerging professionals and recent licensees through various formal and informal programs continued as a priority. Interest in identifying and supporting mentoring “best practices” included helping disseminate existing models and funding for engagement with emerging professionals and the Young Architects Forum. Regional Representatives are key to coordinating these efforts, including those within various AIA Components. The College continued to provide financial support to the Young Architects Forum (YAF) Summit 30: Mission 2130, in Pittsburgh during September. The assembly offered an ambitious look forward by the profession’s next generation leaders. A COF grant also funded the traveling exhibition, SAY IT LOUD! curated by Pascale Sablan, FAIA, which celebrates the profession’s underrepresented and inspires future generations. The exhibition included a focus on the College of Fellows’ Black members. Despite broad financial market declines, the COF’s conservative securities portfolio retains the health of the COF Fund. The number of Legacy Donors reached the noteworthy level of nearly one-hundred-seventy-five thousand dollars. The College’s Heritage Society, created to recognize those who have bequeathed monies to the organization through estate planning,

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contributes to future research, grants, mentoring, and outreach activities at the College. During 2022 AIA Governance Week at AIA Headquarters, the COF hosted Former Chancellors, AIA leadership, and other guests to the black-tie inauguration of the 61st Chancellor, Frances Halsband, FAIA. Her remarks included her ambitions for 2023. A reception at the Octagon Museum amid the SAY IT LOUD! Exhibit preceded dinner. Pascale Sablan, FAIA, 2021 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award recipient and the exhibition’s founder and curator, gave a thought-provoking talk. After dinner, toasts followed the ritual “passing of the baton” from outgoing Chancellor Schluntz to 2023 Chancellor Halsband. Former Chancellor Vance received the 2022 Leslie N Boney Spirit of Fellowship Award in recognition of his continuous and exceptional service. 2022 saw the passing of three esteemed College of Fellows leaders: Norman Koonce, FAIA, 2012 Chancellor; Harold L. Adams, FAIA, 1998 Chancellor; and Thomas H. Teasdale, FAIA, 1994 Chancellor. The College is profoundly indebted to these individuals for their extraordinary guidance and prodigious commitment to the profession.

Roger L. Schluntz, FAIA 2022 Chancellor

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­­l eslie n. boney spirit of fellowship award In 2000 Chancellor Robert A. Odermatt, faia, presented the first Spirit of Fellowship award to Leslie N. Boney Jr., faia, for his outstanding service and commitment to the College. In 2002, the Executive Committee of the College voted to name the award after the first recipient, and thus it became known as the Leslie N. Boney Spirit of Fellowship Award. The award recognizes continuous, exceptional service and dedication to the College. The recipients to date are:

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Robin Lee, Hon. aia

Wilmington, NC

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Paul Welch, Hon. aia

Honolulu, HI

Sacramento, CA

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Raymond P. Rhinehart, Hon. aia

Gretchen Penney, aia

Washington, DC

Charleston, SC

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L. Jane Hastings, faia

Robert I. Selby, faia

Norman Johnston, faia

Champaign, IL

Seattle, WA

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Harold L. Adams, faia

Norman L. Koonce, faia

Baltimore, MD

Washington, DC

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James D. Tittle, faia

Paul Barkley, faia

Abilene, TX

Falls Church, VA

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Terri Stewart, Hon. aia, cae

Robert A. Odermatt, faia

Arlington, VA

Berkeley, CA

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Frank E. Lucas, faia

Albert W. Rubeling, faia

Charleston, SC

Baltimore, MD

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Eugene J. Mackey, III faia

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Edmonton, AB, Canada

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Edward J. Kodet Jr, FAIA

Mineola, NY 2022

Minneapolis, MN

Edward A. Vance, FAIA Las Vegas, NV

grants awarded by the college of fellows 1961 Penn’s Great Town by George B. Tatum 1964 The New Churches of Europe by G. Kidder Smith Alvar Aalto by Frederick Gutheim 1966 Restoration of the Octagon 1969 The American Institute of Architects Directory, 3rd edition 1974 The Octagon by George McCue 1975 “Preserving Architectural Records and Creating a National Informational System on Archival Material: A Discussion with Alternatives,” aia Research Corporation 1976 Art acquisition program for Institute headquarters 1977 Fund-raising campaign, aia Foundation Committee for the National Museum of Building Arts Daniel Schwartzman Memorial Fund, National Museum of Building Arts 1978 Preparation of biographies of aia Gold Medalists Videotaped interviews of aia Gold Medalists Acquisition funds, aia Library Art acquisition program for Institute headquarters 85

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1979 Architectural archives project, aia Foundation Art acquisition program for Institute headquarters Microfilming of Institute records, aia Library Development of a book on the life and work of aia Gold Medalists Work on the archives of William Stanley Parker, aia Archives and aia Foundation Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records (copar) The Octagon by George McCue 198o Architectural archives project, aia Foundation Art by Architects Program, aia Foundation 1981 Slide show of work of aia Gold Medalists, Association for Collegiate Schools of Architecture Architectural archives project, aia Foundation Update of book on the aia Foundation for use in fund raising, aia Foundation Update of videotaping equipment at aia headquarters Summer intern program to catalog aia membership records, aia Archives Project to define the history of the College of Fellows 1982 American Architecture: Innovation and Tradition, Columbia University symposium and exhibit “Architects Records and Archives,” brochure, Nancy Schrock Work/study student intern program, aia Foundation Summer intern program, aia Archives Art acquisition program for Institute headquarters Project to define the history of the College of Fellows 1983 Cataloging, Arizona Architectural Archives Publication of proceedings of the documentation conference, United States Committee/International Council on Monuments and Sites (us/icomos) William Lescaze, exhibit, Syracuse University

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Research for book on New York skyscrapers, Sarah Landau Research on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright in Florida, Randolph C. Henning Architectural outreach program, Metropolitan Arts Council of Omaha Work/study student intern program, aia Archives and aia Foundation Research for the centennial of the aia Committee on Historic Resources Publication and distribution of A History and Directory of the College of Fellows 1984 “Guide to the William Gray Purcell Papers,” University of Minnesota “Fallingwater,” television documentary Cataloging of archives, the Architectural Foundation of Columbus, Ohio Historic American Buildings Survey (habs) summer internships for international preservation, us/icomos 1985 Oral history of Chicago architects from 192o–7o, video, The Art Institute of Chicago Kirkland K. Cutter, exhibit, Spokane, Washington New York Skyscrapers, New York University

habs summer internships for international preservation, us/icomos 1986 The Papers of William Thornton, ed. Charles M. Harris, Center for Washington Studies Cityscape/Cityshape, exhibits and events, Dayton Chapter/aia Louis H. Sullivan: Unison with Nature, exhibit, Southern Illinois University Washington’s Audacious State Capitol and its Builders by Norman Johnston, University of Washington “Architecture for Children,” School Zone Institute

habs summer internships for international preservation, us/icomos Ancient and Contemporary Architecture in Bulgaria, exchange exhibit, aia Foundation Architectural Drawings Acquisitions Fund, Prints and Drawings Collection, aia Foundation Architectural and decorative interior study of the Octagon, aia Foundation Seed money for the creation of the Octagon Society, aia Foundation “Gold Medal Archives,” video, aia Archives

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1987 Directory of Historic New Mexico Architects, New Mexico Society of Architects “Architecture: The Shaping of Space,” video, Greenville Council of Architects “Teach the Teachers,” environmental outreach, Missouri Council of Architects “Louisiana’s Antebellum Architecture,” Kevin Lawrence Harris “Afro-American Architectural Design Elements,” Genell V. Anderson Architecture, A Place for Women by Ellen Perry Berkeley Study of tall office buildings in St. Louis, 1892–1945, Gary R. Tetley and David E. Ashby Study of the American architect’s development from the mid-19th century until World War I, Mary Woods Architectural competitions archives student intern program, aia Committee on Design and the aia Archives Architectural summer internships, us/icomos Creating the Federal City, exhibit 1oo Years of Women in Architecture: 1888–1998, exhibit, The American Architectural Foundation (aaf) Historic structures report on the Octagon drawing room, dining room, stairhall, and upstairs parlor, aaf Furnishing study of the Octagon, aaf Restoration of the Octagon windows, aaf 1988 Remaking Cities conference, Pittsburgh Chapter/aia Port Gibson, Mississippi, exhibit, Robert T. Mooney Architectural summer internships, us/icomos The Works of Howard Van Doren Shaw by Virginia A. Greene “Report on Houston Revitalization and Preservation,” Greater Houston Preservation Alliance Out of Architectural Exile: Late 19th and Early 2oth Century Architectural Drawings from California’s San Joaquin Valley 1874– 1947 by John Edward Powell Architects in the Schools/New Mexico, New Mexico Architectural Foundation “The Regional Architecture of Pietro Belluschi,” video, Harold Bahls “Architecture for Children,” School Zone Institute That Exceptional One: Women in Architecture, 1888–1998, exhibit,

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Vision 2ooo grants for aia components, aaf Building the Octagon, exhibit, aaf Prints and drawings survey for the preservation of the Octagon, aaf Exterior restoration of the Octagon, aaf Exterior sign for the Octagon, aaf 1989 The Washington Renaissance, exhibit, Meridian House International Newsletter and brochures, International Archive of Women in Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute The Work of Antonin Raymond, exhibit, University of Pennsylvania “The History of the Schindler House,” video, Anna Krajewska-Wieczorek, Southern California Institute of Architecture The Design Science of Buckminster Fuller, exhibit, Robert Snyder A New Guide to Cleveland Architecture, Cleveland Chapter/aia Research on area Hispanic religious buildings, Center for Built Environment Studies, University of Colorado/Denver The New Mexico Historic American Buildings Survey, Albuquerque Chapter/aia A Texas Source Book by David Driskill, Texas Tech University The Grand American Avenue: 185o–192o, research and catalog, Judith S. Schultz, aaf Photographic survey for the Octagon, aaf and aia Archives Special acquisition funds, aia Library 199o Documentation of Monticello, habs/National Park Service Country, Resort and Suburban Architecture of McKim, Mead, & White by Richard Guy Wilson “Affordable Dreams: The Goetsch-Winckler House of Frank Lloyd Wright,” Kresge Art Museum “Caribbean Coparceners: Comparative Study of Architecture in the Hispanic Caribbean,” Puerto Rico Chapter/aia Comprehensive Guide to the Architecture of Chicago, Chicago Chapter/aia “Walk Around the Block,” Kansas City Chapter/aia Forum on downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado South Chapter/aia Summer internship program: us – ussr exchange, us/icomos

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Everyman’s Taste and Table, exhibit and book, the Octagon/aaf Capital campaign for the restoration of the Octagon, aaf Exhibit of work of minority Fellows, aia Minority Resources Committee 1991 Magnificent Buildings: Architectural Heritage Northwest by Lawrence Kreisman Archaeology on Latrobe-designed home of Kentucky Senator Pope “The Black American Architect Archive,” brochure, Howard University “The Spirit in Architecture: John Lautner,” film, Bette Jane Cohen

aia Guide to the Architecture of Atlanta, Atlanta Chapter/aia “Global Influences on Iowa’s Architecture,” slide program, Iowa Chapter/aia “Regional Alternatives Plan: the Portland Metropolitan Area,” Architectural Foundation of Oregon Capital campaign for the restoration of the Octagon, aaf Educational tools for accredited schools of architecture, aia 1992 Designing the Journey Westward: The Life of Mary Jane Colter by Jennifer Hall Lee MatriArchs: An Exhibit of Pioneering Women Architects, Portland Chapter/aia “Design Tennessee: Year Two,” East Tennessee Community Design Center “African American Architect Convention: Paradigms for a Different Future Manifesto,” Howard University “Waterfronts: Cities Reclaim their Edge,” Waterfront Center, Washington, dc Survey of Maryland architectural records, Baltimore Foundation for Architecture Capital campaign for the restoration of the Octagon, aaf 1993 Designing the Journey Westward: The Life of Mary Jane Colter by Jennifer Hall Lee The Grand American Avenue: 185o – 192o, exhibit and book, the Octagon Museum/aaf Contribution to the Phelp Stokes educational project Capital campaign for the restoration of the Octagon, aaf 1994 “The Road to a Sustainable Southwest,” Carl Rald, University of Arizona “The Professional Status of the African American Architect,”

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Bradford C. Grant, University of Cincinnati Revision and printing of “Box City,” architectural outreach program, Kansas City Architectural Foundation and the Center for Understanding the Built Environment Capital campaign for the restoration of the Octagon, aaf Cataloging and computerization of information, aia Archives Acquisition of Mies van der Rohe volumes, aia Library “Fellows Forum: Gold Medalists,” video, aia Library College of Fellows mentoring program for the Young Architects Forum 1996 Rural Design Charrette Manual, Community Design Center, Knoxville, Tennessee Index to American Women Architects 1945–1995, Sheila M. Klos, University of Oregon “The Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition: The Nation Comes to Omaha,” documentary, University of Nebraska at Omaha Television Florida Treasures: Celebrating Florida’s Historic Architecture, Florida Foundation for Architecture “Architecture in Education in Seattle,” architectural outreach program, Rolaine Copeland Wheel People, exhibit, Frederick Phillips “kcpt Walk About the Block,” Kansas City Architectural Foundation 1997 “Bridging Communities: Young People’s Designs for Public Space,” leap/aia San Francisco “The Built Environment Education Program: Renewing Service to Our Communities,” California Architectural Foundation The Rooms of a City: An Architectural Guide to San Juan’s Historic Patios by Jorge Rigau and Diana Rivera The Corporate Competition in America During World War II, by Andy Shanken, Princeton University “Avoiding the Brink: An aia Houston Community Outreach Initiative,” aia Houston Civic Lessons: Recent New York Public Architecture, exhibit, New York Chapter/

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“Architectural Education On the Line,” Dennis Fukai, Washington State University A Demonstration of Sustainable Solutions: The Role of the Architect in Affordable Housing, Northeast Denver Housing Center “Taking Care of Business,” workshops, aia Baltimore “Ralph Rapson: Minnesota’s Pioneering Architect/Educator,” video, Bruce N. Wright 1998 The Sense of the City: Drawing and Models of Louis I. Kahn’s Design for an Office Building in Kansas City, 1966–1973, exhibit, catalog, and symposium, Mark Shapiro, Kansas State University “College of Fellows Cybercritics,” studio project, Peter J. Wood, Prairie View a&m University “Young Architects Forum: A Decade Later,” study and article, Sylvia P. Kwan Electronic Dissemination of an Architecture Core Southwest Curriculum, Ann Taylor A Richer Heritage, The Historic Preservation Foundation of North Carolina “Uniting the Academy and Architectural Practice,” studio project, Clark Llewellyn, Montana State University “A Day in the Life of an Architect,” cd-rom, Robert W. Dvorak, University of Arizona “The Return of the Architects: A Response to the Boyer Report,” studio project, Bob Condia and Raymond Streeter, Kansas State University Buildings of the United States, 53-volume series, The Society of Architectural Historians Artisans, Entrepreneurs and Artists: The Architectural Profession in NineteenthCentury America by Mary N. Woods, University of California Press A Commitment to Excellence: The Twenty-five Year Award, exhibit, the Octagon/aaf The Internship Summit, The American Institute of Architects 1999 “The Shape of Texas,” public radio series, Elizabeth Chu Richter, Texas Society of Architects “Picture This! An Environmental Visualization Process,” Center for Understanding the Built Environment “Learning by Design in Massachusetts,” Boston Society of Architects

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“Learning by Design: A Workshop and Web-based Course for k –12 Teachers,” Texas Tech University and aia Houston “I Want to be an Architect,” website, Consortium of Design and Construction Careers The Charrette Handbook: A Community Visioning Guide, aia San Mateo County “Clarence ‘Cap’ Wigington,” documentary, ktca-tv/Twin Cities Public Television, St. Paul “History and Renovation of St. Cecilia’s Cathedral,” documentary, University of Nebraska at Omaha Television The Anglo-American Garden City, exhibit, Camden Center for the Arts, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Black Architects: A Historical Overview, exhibit, Jack Travis, New York City Architecture and Town Planning in Colonial North America, ed. James D. Kornwolf, The Johns Hopkins University Press Buildings of the United States, 53-volume series, The Society of Architectural Historians Modern Maverick: The Architecture of Raphael S. Soriano, 19o7 – 1988 by Wolfgang Wagener “Building Community: Habitat for Humanity Prototype for the New Millennium,” design competition, aia Young Architects Forum 2000 Two Tales of a City: Architecture and Sociology in Chicago by Gail Satler “Out My Bedroom Window,” creativity sketchbook, Epiphanix Architectural Tour of San Francisco, handbook, Architectural Foundation of San Francisco “Picture This! An Environmental Visualization Process,” Center for Understanding the Built Environment “‘The Rural Studio,” video, Charles A. Schultz “Bridges: Building a Mentoring Program,” the Architecture and Design Charter High School of Philadelphia “Cool Connectors: Passive cooling techniques to enhance public spaces in the Phoenix metropolitan area,” symposium and publication, Arizona State University A Reassessment of the Life of Robert Mills (1781–1855), Inventor and Architect by John M. Bryan, Princeton Architectural Press “New Haven Architecture,” workbook and teachers’ manual, Connecticut Architecture Foundation “The Town Centers Project,” video, Action: Better City “Outdoor Classrooms,” video, aia Memphis

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“Structures for Inclusion: Designing for the 98% without Architects,” conference proceedings, Design Corps Faith and Form magazine, special issue 2008 “Diversity Initiative Mentoring Program,” Young Architects Forum Saint Louis “AIA SC Leadership and Mentoring Program,” Justin Abrams and AIA South Carolina “Mentoring: Bridging the Gap,” Mark A. Schwamel 2009 “ARE Study Nights and ARE/IDP Workshop,” AIA Akron “Emerging Professionals Jump Drive Welcome Packets,” AIA Central States Region “Young Architect’s Leadership Forum (YALF),” AIA Cincinnati “Architecture Unsensored,” AIA DC “Mentorship: Portfolio Resume Review Initiative,” AIA Detroit “Developing a Leader/ARCHITECT,” AIA Minnesota “,” AIA Northeast Illinois “Architect Development Colloquium,” AIA Rochester “Emerging Professionals Speed Mentoring,” AIA Southwest Wisconsin “Emerging Leaders in Architecture,” Virginia Society of Architects 2010 “AIA Southwest Wisconsin Emerging Professionals Speed Mentoring Series,”” AIA Southwest Wisconsin “Architecture, Uncensored: Oh the Places You’ll Go,” AIA DC “Emerging Professionals AIA San Joaquin Grant Request Application,” AIA San Joaquin “ARE Study Sessions Hosted by North Central RAD,” AIA South Dakota “Salem Seeks Emerging Professionals and Young Architects,” AIA Salem “Creation of a New YAF Component - (YAF-VT),” AIA Vermont “AIA Ohio Emerging Professionals Retreat (An Unconvention),” AIA Ohio “ENGAGE: Emerging Leaders Collaborating to Build Stronger Communities,” AIA Chicago “ARE Success Teams,” Boston Society of Architects “Accessible Architectural Registration Exam Preparation Classes,” AIA

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California and AIA San Francisco “EP: Emerging+Professionals, Education+Partnership,” AIA Middle Tennessee “Architecture Forward Symposium,” AIA Tampa Bay 2011 “Associates Committee ‘Career Development,’” AIA Baton Rouge “2012 Young Professionals Development Program,” AIA Mississippi “Serving Young Professionals-ARE Study Guide Lending Program,” AIA Triangle “Mentorship NOW,” AIA New Jersey “Emerging Professionals Mentorship Training Program,” AIA Wilmington “Emerging Gulf States: An Emerging Professionals Conference in Memphis, Tennessee during Summer 2012 AIA Gulf States Regional Council,” AIA Gulf States Regional Council “YAF Atlanta – BUILD Mentor Program,” AIA Atlanta “CONVERGENCENYC 2011: Possibilities,” AIA New York “Before Building: Professional Practice for Young Architects and Associates,” AIA Arizona “AIANC Leadership Academy: TEAM (Training Emerging Architects through Mentorship),” AIA North Carolina 2012 “Mentorship Kick-off with ‘the Fellows’,” AIA Indianapolis “AIA Southwest Wisconsin Emerging Professionals Faces of Architecture Series,” AIA Southwest Wisconsin “The AIA Charlotte ARE Study Guide Resource Library,” AIA Charlotte “Women in Architecture Series,” AIA DC “AIA Rhode Island Emerging Professionals Committee Learning Library and Seminar Series,” AIA Rhode Island “Emerging Professional’s Development Series,” AIA Central New York “AIA Columbus 100x100 Project,” AIA Columbus “Emerging Memphis,” AIA Memphis “AIA St. Louis Mentorship Program,” AIA St. Louis “Social Mentoring: Using Social Media to Co-Mentor,” AIA Phoenix Metro “AIA PV Emerging Professionals Lending Library,” AIA Potomac Valley “blox Building Leaders Together,” AIA Kansas “architects PATH,” AIA Portland

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“TheMap,” AIA Honolulu “10 Architects You Should Know / 777,” AIA Jacksonville “City of Dreams Pavilion Competition,” AIA New York Chapter “Architecture Registration Exam Digitization and Web,” AIA Northern Virginia “Team-In-Training ARE Group Study Program,” AIA San Diego “The IDP Boost 2013,” AIA San Francisco “AIASWW Study Material Libraries,” AIA Southwest Washington” “‘AIASWW Study Material Libraries,’” AIA Southwest Washington” 2013 “AIA California Council Progression: the state of (re)imagining our future,” AIA California Council “Dinner for Associates - A Cocktail Napkin Sketch Competition,” AIA Connecticut “Exploring Architecture Mentoring Program,” AIA Forth Worth “YAF Houston Toastmasters,” AIA Houston “TransFORM Kansas City,” AIA Kansas City “Creation of the AIA LI Chapter Emerging Professional Group,” AIA Long Island “Emerging Professionals Resource Collection,” AIA Maryland “A.R.E. Weekend Seminars,” AIA Michigan Center for Emerging Professional Resources (CEPR) “Emerging Professionals Forum,” AIA North Dakota “Fast Forward >> Philly,” AIA Philadelphia “Green Building Hack-a-thon,” AIA Philadelphia Associate Committee “YAF Elevator Pitch,” AIA Philadelphia “DesignOpine Professional Development Series and Education Materials,” AIA Salem, OR “Expand 13,” AIA Santa Fe “AIA Licensure Boot Camp,” AIA Tampa Bay “Emerging Professionals,” AIA UK 2014 “Critical Conversations,” AIA Cincinnati “The Weight of Architecture Design Service Grant,” AIA Columbus” “A.R.E. Success Team,” AIA Kansas City “AIA Mississippi ARE Scholarship Program,” AIA Mississippi “Future Now Summit,” AIA New York

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“AIA Palm Beach Chapter Standing Committee | Practice,” AIA Palm Beach “A Design for Rejuvenation,” AIA Delaware “Building Emerging Professionals as Civic Leaders,” AIA Baltimore “Support for Emerging Professionals at the AIACC’s Now Next Future Conference,” AIA California Council” “ENGAGE: An Emerging Professionals Symposium,” AIA Gulf States “Women in Architecture Series,” AIA Northern Virginia “Designing My Career - A Seminar Series for Emerging Professionals,” AIA Potomac Valley “Connecting to Craft: Five Workshops with the Construction Trades,” AIA Western Massachusetts 4 Emerging Professionals Scholarships to attend the “Mini MBA Workshop” at the 2014 AIA National Convention 4 Emerging Professionals Scholarships to attend the COF Golf Tournament at the 2014 AIA National Convention 2015 “ARE Study Library for Emerging Professionals,” AIA Birmingham “Emerging Practitioner Lecture Series (EPLS),” AIA Cleveland “Speak Up Columbus!,” AIA Columbus “Architecture Unsencensored 2015: Debating the Dollar,” AIA DC “Sights on Success,” AIA Kentucky “Fast Forward >> Philly,” AIA Philadelphia “Engage Studio,” AIA Toledo “Within Formal Cities,” AIA Triangle “Young Architect’s Forum,” AIA Iowa “Leadership Forum,” AIA Triangle “Respace,” AIA Triangle “Young Architect’s Forum Leadership Program,” AIA Charlotte “Monterey Design Conference AEP Parklet Competition,” AIA California Council “Start/Finish Your ARE,” AIA Triangle “Emerging Leaders Institute,” AIA Louisiana “Young Architects Group Inauguration,” AIA Hong Kong 4 Emerging Professionals Scholarships to attend the “Mini MBA Workshop” at the 2015 AIA National Convention 97

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4 Emerging Professionals Scholarships to attend the COF Golf Tournament at the 2015 AIA National Convention 2016 “Starting Your Own Firm,” AIA Buffalo/Western New York “3rd Annual Thesis Showcase,” AIA DC “Emerging [AIA] Gulf States 2016,” AIA Gulf States “Achieving Licensure in International Practice,” AIA Hong Kong “Infrastructural Flows: Iowa’s Public Waterways,” AIA Iowa “Emerging Professionals Summit,” AIA Long Island “AIA Maine ARE Study Library,” AIA Maine “AIA Memphis Leadership Program,” AIA Memphis “Emerging Professionals Summit,” AIA Minnesota “Leadership Academy,” AIA South Carolina “Meet the Fellows,” AIA Springfield “ScaleUP Architecture Workshop,” AIA Triangle “Leadership Forum Alumni Program,” AIA Triangle “Jump-Start the ARE,” AIA Westchester Hudson Valley 2017 “Leadership Development,” AIA Austin “Lead for Licensing,” AIA Central Valley “AIA Charlotte’s Young Architect Forum Leadership,” AIA Charlotte “Speakers on the Square,” AIA Cleveland “Best Laid Plans: Business Planning for Small Firms,” AIA Houston “WiA Houston Annual Equality Series: Exploring the Role of Unconscious Bias in Professional Advancement,” AIA Houston “Sights on Success 2.0 with AIA ARE PREP Powered Black Spectacles,” AIA Kentucky “AIA Miami Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program,” AIA Miami “Decoding Building Codes for Emerging Professionals,” AIA Nebraska “To Licensure and Beyond: A Two Part Series,” AIA New Mexico “Emerging Leaders Grassroots at the Texas Society of Architects,” AIA Texas Society of Architects “Invest in Yourself: Business Strategies for the Newly – Licensed Architect,” AIA Westchester Hudson Valley

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“Jump-Start the ARE: Year 2,” AIA Westchester Hudson Valley “Creating Waves: Emerging in a Small Chapter,” AIA Wichita Falls Emerging Professionals 2018 “AIA DC Thesis Showcase,” AIA Washington DC “Winning A.R.E. 5.0,” AIA Hong Kong “Construction Detailing,” AIA Buffalo “A.R.E. 5.0 Success Team Program,” AIA Dallas “AIANY Civic Leadership Program,” AIA New York City “Christopher Kelly Leadership Development,” AIA Detroit “ARCHway Program,” AIA Columbus “EXPAND Symposium,” AIA Gulf States “[yaf]CON,” AIA Hampton “Practice Innovation Lab,” AIA Arizona “Illinois EP Network,” AIA Illinois “SPEAK Lecture Series,” AIA Brooklyn “Overcoming Communication Challenges,” AIA New York State 2019 “Emerging Leaders Grassroots,” Texas Society of Architects “Practice Innovation Lab,” AIA Ohio Valley “Leadership Development Program,” AIA Memphis “Student Design Awards Program,” AIA Honolulu “EP Development Program,” AIA Oregon “What An Architect Does,” AIA Long Island “Workshop – Cooling the Burn,” AIA New York State “YAF Leadership Program,” AIA Charlo_e “EPN Design Competition,” AIA Vermont “Emerging Professionals Design Competition in Partnership with Sprung Structures,” AIA California “NCSR Website and Resource Library,” AIA Minnesota “Practice Innovation Lab,” AIA Michigan 2020 “Associates State Conference,” AIA Arizona

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“Coffee with Fellows,” AIA Cleveland “Firmside Chat,” AIA Illinois “AIA Helping Emerging Professionals,” AIA Marianas “EP Zine-The Podcast,” AIA New York State “Invisible Frames,” AIA NoVA “Emerging Leaders in Global Practice,” AIA Shanghai 2021 “ MERGE,” AIA Arkansas “Building BIPOC,” AIA Central New York “Coffee with the Fellows / Vol. 3,” AIA Cleveland “Mentorship Program,” AIA Hong Kong “Practice Innovation Lab,” AIA Indiana / Kentucky “ARE Study Materials,” AIA Louisiana “Virtual Design Equity Symposium,” AIA Mississippi “Emerging Leaders Grassroots,” AIA Texas Society 2022 “Tracing Architecture Special Podcast & Live Event Series,” AIA Arizona “Diverse Architecture Community Outreach Program,” AIA Columbus “Bee an Architect Activity & Coloring Book,” AIA Iowa “th!nk3d!,” AIA New Hampshire “BIPOC Symposium and Exhibit,” AIA New Orleans “AIAPR/ CKLDP Community Engagement Session: Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Day,” AIA Puerto Rico “Community Wish,” AIA Richmond 2023 “Envisioning Tempe's Sustainable Future through Collaboration, Mentor ship, and Competition,” AIA Arizona “Cleveland Connects: Supporting the Development of a Multi- Generational AIA Community,” AIA Cleveland “Let's Talk Story: The Value of Architecture in Hawaii,” AIA Honolulu “Explore MORE Architecture!", digital career exploration guide,” AIA Kansas City "Emerging Professional Friendly Firm Application," AIA Minnesota “Aspire Experience Early Leaders Track,” AIA North Carolina 100

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“Practice Simulation Lab,” AIA Ohio “Speed Mentoring+,” AIA Texas Society of Architects “Board Associate Program,” AIA Washington latrobe prize recipients

2001 Inaugural award of the Latrobe Fellowship, Kiernan and Timberlake in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania Research into new material development and application, concluding with the publication of Refabricating Architecture 2003 Latrobe Fellowship awarded to John Eberhard, faia, Academy of Neurosciences for Architecture in collaboration with the New School of Architecture Development of new course curriculum, creation of a CD, and publication of the white paper titled A White Paper 2005 Latrobe Fellowship awarded to Chong Partners Associates, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc., and University of California-Berkeley 2007 “On the Water, A Model for the Future: a study of New York and Jersey Upper Bay” Principle Investigator Guy Nordenson – Princeton University With Stanley T. Allen, AIA, Catherine Seavitt, AIA and James Smith, Michael Tantala, Adam Yarinsky, faia and Stephen Cassell 2009 “Growing Energy/Water: Using the Grid to Get Off the Grid” Principal Investigators: Martin Felsen, AIA, and Sarah Dunn. Investigated sustainable infrastructure development in a prototypical setting in downtown Chicago. 2011 “Public Interest Practices in Architecture” Principal Investigators: Bryan Bell, Roberta Feldman, Sergio Palleroni, and David Perkes, AIA.

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Research centered on needs that can be addressed by public interest practices and the variety of ways that public interest practices are operating. 2013 “Urban Sphere: the City of 7 Billion” Principal Investigators: Bimal Mendis and Joyce Hsiang The research studied the impact of population growth and resource consumption on the built and natural environment at the scale of the entire world as a single urban entity. 2015 “Drylands Resilience Initiative” Principal Investigators: Peter and Hadley Arnold Research focused on developing and testing Hazel, a powerful new digital design tool, and bringing transformative public design strategies to dry cities in the US West and around the world. 2017 “Future-Use Architecture: Design for Persistent Change.” Principal Investigators: David Fannon, AIA, Michelle Laboy, PE, and Peter Wiederspahn, AIA Research will identify design attributes for future use, textually and visually demonstrate future-use design strategies, and document and analyze related architectural precedents that incorporate future-use design. 2019 “Addressing a Multi-Billion Dollar Challenge” Principal investigators: Bruce Levin, J.D. Associate Clinical Professor, School of Education, Drexel University and Sean O’Donnell, FAIA, Perkins Eastman. The research will endeavor to advance the knowledge of how well-designed educational facilities positively impact students. Over the next two years, the findings from this research will be applied to a set of design

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guidelines to be shared with architects and school districts. 2022 “Standards for ENacting Sensor networks for an Equitable Society” Principal investigators: Michelle Laboy, M.Arch., MUP, PE, School of Architecture; Amy Mueller, PhD, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Marine and Environmental Sciences, and Northeastern’s Environmental Sensors Lab; Dan O’Brien, PhD, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Criminology and Criminal Justice, and Director of the Boston Area Research Initiative; and Moira Zellner, PhD, Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, and Director of Participatory Modeling & Data Science, College Social Sciences & Humanities.

The team will use the grant towards demonstrating how sensor networks can inform architects, and the communities they work with, of hyperlocal variations in environmental quality. The research will also explore the potential for green infrastructure to produce more equitable health outcomes. Before-and-after project data and models about factors affecting neighborhood climate, resilience, health, and equity will generate insights on how smarter green infrastructure can support a more accessible, equitable, and inclusive design process. The resulting CommonSENSES Architectural Playbook and film, and the collaborative modeling platform (Fora.ai) adapted for this project will empower current and future architects, planners, and educators to advance the role of design in urban equity.

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1857

Joseph Sands New York, New York

Charles Babcock

George Snell

Ithaca, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

William Backus

Thomas A. Teft

New York, New York

Edward Clard Cabot Brookline, Massachusetts

Henry William Cleaveland New York, New York

Alexander Jackson Davis New York, New York

J. C. Wells

New York, New York

New York, New York

Edward Gardiner

Frederick C. Withers

New York, New York

Arthur Delavan Gilman New York, New York

Edwin Lee Brown

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

R. G. Hatfield

Charles D. Gambrill

New York, New York

Richard Morris Hunt New York, New York

New York, New York

1859

Detlef Lienau

Nathaniel J. Bradlee

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Alpheus C. Morse Providence, Rhode Island

James Renwick

New York, New York

1858

John Davis Hatch

Newburgh, New York

Thomas U. Walter

New York, New York

Leopold Eidlitz

J. W. Priest

New York, New York

John Welch

New York, New York

New York, New York

Calvert Vaux

New York, New York

Henry C. Dudley

F. A. Petersen

New York, New York

Samuel A. Warner

New York, New York

New York, New York

Richard Upjohn

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Frederick Diaper

Jacob Wrey Mould

Providence, Rhode Island

1860 J. E. Burke New York, New York

J. R. Hamilton New York, New York

Henry G. Harrison New York, New York

New York, New York

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1861 George I. Barnett St. Louis, Missouri

Alfred J. Bloor New York, New York

Henry G. Isaacs St. Louis, Missouri

William R. Ware New York, New York

1864 Charles W. Clinton New York, New York

W. T. Hallett New York, New York

George Browne Post New York, New York

Edward Tuckerman Potter New York, New York

John H. Sturgis Boston, Massachusetts

Henry Van Brunt Kansas City, Missouri

1865 Charles A. Alexander New York, New York

Henry W. Hartwell Boston, Massachusetts

Russell Sturgis New York, New York

1866 R. T. Auchmuty New York, New York

Josiah Cleveland Cady New York, New York

William Randolph Emerson Boston, Massachusetts

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Henry Fernbach

George W. Hewitt

John Warren Ritch

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

William Pitt Preble Longfellow

S. E. Loring

S. W. Rogers

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Cincinnati, Ohio

Alfred H. Piquenard

John McArthur Jr.

Levi T. Scofield

Springfield, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cleveland, Ohio

Peter Bonnett Wight

Henry Augustus Sims

William Stewart

Chicago, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Covington, Kentucky

Samuel Sloan

J. A. Vrydagh

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Terra Haute, Indiana

1867 D. T. Atwood

William Walter

New York, New York

1870

Adolph Cluss

Edwin Anderson

Washington, DC

Cincinnati, Ohio

1871

Henry M. Congdon

Arthur Bate

George E. Harney

New York, New York

Cincinnati, Ohio

New York, New York

J. C. Markham

James B. Cook

H. E. Meyer

New York, New York

Memphis, Tennessee

Cleveland, Ohio

Henry Hobson Richardson

Thomas Dixon

John Murdoch

Brookline, Massachusetts

Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland

C. W. Heard

S. J. F. Thayer

Cleveland, Ohio

Boston, Massachusetts

John C. Cochrane

N. H. Hutton

William Tinsley

Chicago, Illinois

Baltimore, Maryland

Cincinnati, Ohio

James W. Kerr

Joseph Ireland

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Cleveland, Ohio

1872

Henry R. Searle

Augustus Laver

Carl Pfeiffer

Washington, DC

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

1868

Napoleon Eugene Le Brun

1869

Cincinnati, Ohio

New York, New York

1873

William W. Boyington

Edmond G. Lind

F. W. Brown

Chicago, Illinois

Baltimore, Maryland

Albany, New York

William H. Drake

James W. McLaughlin

George A. Clough

Chicago, Illinois

Cincinnati, Ohio

Boston, Massachusetts

John Frazer

Charles C. Miller

M. F. Cummings

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

Troy, New York

Frank Furness

Albert C. Nash

C. C. Nichols

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cincinnati, Ohio

Albany, New York

Charles Coolidge Haight

J. Crawford Neilson

J. D. Stevens

New York, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

Saratoga Springs, New York

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William L. Woolett Albany, New York

1874 Thomas B. Annan St. Louis, Missouri

T. A. Roberts Newark, New Jersey

1875 Henry T. Brush Detroit, Michigan

Charles E. Carpenter Providence, Rhode Island

Charles P. Hartshorn Providence, Rhode Island

1877

1882

Walter Dickson

Seth Babson

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

George A. Frederick

Theodore Minot Clark

Baltimore, Maryland

Boston, Massachusetts

H. Janeway Hardenbergh

Charles Crapsey

New York, New York

Cincinnati, Ohio

Charles F. McKim

William Curlett

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

John Moser

H. Edwards Ficken

Washington, DC

New York, New York

1878

Cleveland, Ohio

George C. Mason Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Edward I. Nickerson Providence, Rhode Island

W. M. Woolett Albany, New York

Samuel Hannaford

Utica, New York

Cincinnati, Ohio

N. L. Derby New York, New York New York, New York

W. A. Potter New York, New York

Alfred Stone Providence, Rhode Island

John Rochester Thomas New York, New York

F. G. Thorn Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Joseph M. Wilson Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Cincinnati, Ohio

George W. Sanders

Oklahoma, Oklahoma

San Francisco, California

J. G. Prague

C. A. Wallingford

New York, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

Nathan Clifford Ricker

T. J. Welsh

Urbana, Illinois

San Francisco, California

James E. Wolfe San Francisco, California

Dankmar Adler

John Wright

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Charles Eppinghousen

Hugo Kafka

George W. Rapp

David Gibbs

1880

1876

Albany, New York

George E. Cooper

1879

A. Koehler

Thomas W. Fuller

Chicago, Illinois

1883

James H. Windrim

Thomas J. Gould

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Providence, Rhode Island

1881

1884

Augustus Bauer

M. F. Bell

Chicago, Illinois

Fulton, Missouri

C. F. Driscoll

James Gould Cutler

Omaha, Nebraska

Rochester, New York

Gordon W. Lloyd

R. W. Gambier-Bousfield

Detroit, Michigan

Montreal, Canada

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Lawrence G. Hallberg

James Murphy

Chicago, Illinois

Providence, Rhode Island

E. J. Hodgson

David L. Stine

Indianapolis, Indiana

Toledo, Ohio

Edward H. Kendall

F. M. Whitehouse

New York, New York

Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts

John Ord Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1886

William G. Preston

Solan Spencer Beman

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Arthur Rotch

Charles S. Burke

Boston, Massachusetts

Memphis, Tennessee

William Crawford Smith

Silas R. Burns

Nashville, Tennessee

Dayton, Ohio

Theophilus P. Chandler Jr.

1885

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mifflin E. Bell

Lorenzo D. Cleveland

Washington, DC

Chicago, Illinois

Louis C. Bulkley

Frank J. Grodavent

St. Louis, Missouri

Helena, Montana

Manley N. Cutter

George W. Keller

New York, New York

Hartford, Connecticut

Francis E. Davis

James McDonnell

Baltimore, Maryland

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Edmund Jacques Eckel

G. C. Moser

St. Joseph, Missouri

Norfolk, Virginia

George W. Field

Jeremiah O’Rourke

Omaha, Nebraska

Newark, New Jersey

James E. Flanders

Luther Peters

Dallas, Texas

Dayton, Ohio

Robert W. Gibson

Albert Pissis

Albany, New York

San Francisco, California

F. H. Janes

Robert H. Robertson

Albany, New York

New York, New York

William Le Baron Jenney

J. L. Smithmeyer

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

H. William Kirchner

Edwin L. Walter

St. Louis, Missouri

Scranton, Pennsylvania

Edward T. Mix

Stanford White

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

New York, New York

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1887 Minard LaFevre Beers Chicago, Illinois

Diedrich A. Bohlen Indianapolis, Indiana

Glenn M. Brown Alexandria, Virginia

Daniel Hudson Burnham Chicago, Illinois

Henry Lord Gay Chicago, Illinois

Henry W. Hill Chicago, Illinois

William Holabird Chicago, Illinois

Mason Maury Louisville, Kentucky

H. W. Phillips Cleveland, Ohio

Richard E. Raseman Detroit, Michigan

John Wellborn Root Chicago, Illinois

S. V. Shipman Chicago, Illinois

James Lyman Silsbee Chicago, Illinois

H. E. Siter Cincinnati, Ohio

Alfred Smith Chicago, Illinois

Sydney Smith Omaha, Nebraska

Albert Toledano Louisiana, Louisiana

Frank O. Weary Akron, Ohio

H. N. Wilson Pittsfield, Massachusetts


1888 L. DeCoppett Bergh New York, New York

Warren R. Briggs Bridgeport, Connecticut

William Worth Carlin Buffalo, New York

E. T. Carr Denver, Colorado

S. E. Chamberlain Kansas City, Missouri

James G. Chandler Racine, Wisconsin Washington, DC

William W. Clay Chicago, Illinois

Nicholas J. Clayton Galveston, Texas

Charles E. Colton Syracuse, New York

Edwin Cook Pine Bluff AR

Samuel A. Cook Tacoma, Washington

J. G. Cordner Lincoln, Nebraska

F. G. Corser Minneapolis, Minnesota

Albert F. D’Oench New York, New York

M. J. Dimmock Richmond, Virginia

W. A. Freret Washington, DC

F. H. Gouge Utica, New York

George Francis Hammond

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M. H. Baldwin

Washington, DC

Memphis, Tennessee

F. W. Humble

Julian Barnes

Buffalo, New York

Joliet, Illinois

Henry A. Macomb

Frank Seymour Barnum

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cleveland, Ohio

George J. Metzger

Charles M. Bartberger

Buffalo, New York

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

William B. Leddyn Powell

E. P. Bassford

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

St. Paul, Minnesota

James Howland Willett

Frederick Baumann

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

1889

Edward Clark

Cleveland, Ohio

James G. Hill

Joseph F. Baumann Knoxville, Tennessee

Frederick Ahlschlager

G. W. Baxter Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

Syracuse, New York

William Martin Aiken

John Beattie

Washington, DC

St. Louis, Missouri

James F. Alexander

George Beaumont

Lafayette, Indiana

Chicago, Illinois

Frank S. Allen

Robert C. Berlin

Joliet, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

John M. Allen

Louise Blanchard Bethune

Marion, Massachusetts

Buffalo, New York

Nathaniel S. Allen

Joseph Blaby

Shrevepor, Louisiana

Palmyra, New York

Frank W. Angell

Otto Block

Providence, Rhode Island

Rochester, New York

George Archer

A. Blumenthal

Baltimore, Maryland

Chicago, Illinois

William H. Archer

Oscar D. Bohlen

Buffalo, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

Clarence O. Arey

John H. Boll

Cleveland, Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio

A. J. Armstrong

Amos J. Boyden

Fort Worth, Texas

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

E. W. Arnold

Henry Brauns

Detroit, Michigan

Baltimore, Maryland

Henry Ogden Avery

Charles Brigham

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

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W. R. Brown

F. A. Coburn

Noah Dillenbeck

Cincinnati, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

Syracuse, New York

Alexander C. Bruce

A. M. F. Colton

Lovatt B. Dixon

Atlanta, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Leroy S. Buffington

John F. Cook

Otis Dockstader

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chillicothe, Ohio

Elmira, New York

G. W. Bullard

Charles Allerton Coolidge

Wesley C. Dodson

Tacoma, Washington

Chicago, Illinois

Waco, Texas

S. A. Bullard

Francis W. Cooper

John M. Donaldson

Springfield, Illinois

Pueblo, Colorado

Detroit, Michigan

Herbert C. Burdett

Ernest W. Cordes

James Douglass

Buffalo, New York

New York, New York

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Edward Burling

John H. Coxhead

Gustave W. Drach

Chicago, Illinois

Buffalo, New York

Cincinnati, Ohio

George Waterman Cady

Arthur B. Cram

A. Druiding

Providence, Rhode Island

Detroit, Michigan

Chicago, Illinois

Henry L. Campbell

Adolph Cudell

O. W. Dryer

Buffalo, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Rochester, New York

Charles E. Cassell

Charles Amos Cummings

C. A. Dunham

Baltimore, Maryland

Boston, Massachusetts

Burlington, Iowa

Francis W. Chandler

Cornelius A. Curtin

Stephen C. Earle

Boston, Massachusetts

Louisville, Kentucky

Worcester, Massachusetts

F. L. Charnley

E. A. Curtis

George H. Edbrooke

Chicago, Illinois

Fredonia, New York

Chicago, Illinois

B. C. Chisholm

Amos F. Cutting

Willoughby J. Edbrooke

Anniston, Alabama

Worcester, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

John R. Church

Robert Platt Daggett

Augustus Eichhorn

Rochester, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

Orange, New Jersey

Dillon P. Clark

S. C. Dallas

John Eisenmann

Bay City, Michigan

Salt Lake City, Utah

Cleveland, Ohio

Charles Julien Clarke

Theodore W. De Lemos

J. M. Elliott

Louisville, Kentucky

New York, New York

Syracuse, New York

Alfred C. Clas

Henry D. Deam

E. M. Ellis

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Chicago, Illinois

Omaha, Nebraska

F. G. Clausen

John J. Deery

Alfred Oscar Elzner

Davenport, Iowa

New York, New York

Cincinnati, Ohio

Henry Ives Cobb

S. E. Desjardins

Thomas D. Evans

Chicago, Illinois

Cincinnati, Ohio

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Oscar Cobb

C. A. Didden

E. O. Fallis

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

Toledo, Ohio

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E. Francis Henry Fassett

Charles J. Furst

M. H. Hapgood

Portland, Maine

Chicago, Illinois

Hartford, Connecticut

Jay Fay

A. F. Gaugher

David M. Harteau

Rochester, New York

St. Paul, Minnesota

Green Bay, Wisconsin

George B. Ferry

J. V. Gearing

John A. Hasecoster

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Detroit, Michigan

Richmond, Indiana

August William Fiedler

C. R. Gilbert

John G. Haskell

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Topeka, Kansas

Fred E. Field

Charles Pierrepont H. Gilbert

Oscar Haupt

Providence, Rhode Island

New York, New York

Louisville, Kentucky

George L. Fisher

George M. Goodwin

Warren H. Hayes

Omaha, Nebraska

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Reynolds Fisher

Jackson C. Gott

Edward Hazlehurst

Chicago, Illinois

Baltimore, Maryland

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

William Fitzner

Lonsdale Green

W. S. Hedges

New Orleans, Louisiana

Chicago, Illinois

Salt Lake City, Utah

John J. Flanders

J. W. Griffin

Fridolin Heer Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

Watertown, New York

Dubuque, Iowa

Adolph Fleishmann

Lemuel D. Grosvenor

Charles C. Hellmers Jr.

Albany, New York

Jackson, Michigan

St. Louis, Missouri

James Fludder

Willis G. Hale

George H. Helmle

Newport, Rhode Island

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Springfield, Illinois

Frederick W. Folk

Ellis G. Hall

Julius Hess

St. Louis, Missouri

Syracuse, New York

Detroit, Michigan

Frederick L. Foltz

Samuel J. Hall

Isaac Hodgson

Chicago, Illinois

Columbus, Ohio

Omaha, Nebraska

Orlando K. Foote

Fred B. Hamilton

H. H. Hohenschild

Rochester, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Rolla, Missouri

Walter F. Forbush

Fred B. Hamilton

W. A. Holbrook

Boston, Massachusetts

Kansas City, Missouri

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

John A. Fox

Henry R. P. Hamilton

Howard Hoppin

Boston, Massachusetts

Washington, DC

Providence, Rhode Island

J. M. Freese

J. A. Hamilton

John Hose

Columbus, Ohio

New York, New York

Watertown, New York

Charles Sumner Frost

Edwards S. Hammatt

Julius H. Huber

Chicago, Illinois

Davenport, Iowa

Chicago, Illinois

Pierce P. Furber

John W. Hammond

Samuel Huckel Jr.

St. Louis, Missouri

Frankfort, Indiana

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Thomas J. Furlong

Christopher O. Hansen

W. S. Hull

St. Louis, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

Louisiana, Louisiana

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Frank D. Hyde

T. I. Lacey

J. H. McNamara

Chicago, Illinois

Binghamton, New York

St. Louis, Missouri

Charles E. Illsley

W. W. Larmour

Henry J. Meier

St. Louis, Missouri

Waco, Texas

Detroit, Michigan

J. Q. Ingham

Pierre L. Le Brun

Louis Mendelssohn

Elmira, New York

New York, New York

Omaha, Nebraska

M. F. Isbell

C. A. Leffingwell

Asa L. Merrick

Goshen, Indiana

Shreveport, Louisiana

Syracuse, New York

Edward M. Jennison

Jerome B. Legg

E. L. Merrill

Chicago, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

Des Moines, Iowa

Clarence H. Johnston

Henry C. Lindsey

D. W. Millard

St. Paul, Minnesota

Zanesville, Ohio

St. Paul, Minnesota

J. P. Johnston

Theodore C. Link

George H. Miller

Ogdensburg, New York

St. Louis, Missouri

Bloomington, Illinois

Henry Saville Josselyn

Herbert A. Linthwaite

Austin Moody

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Columbus, Ohio

Duluth, Minnesota

Frederick Kees

Frank L. Lively

Thomas H. Morgan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Atlanta, Georgia

W. Foster Kelley

James B. Lizius

Joseph Mulvey

Rochester, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

Aurora, Illinois

Edward A. Kent

A. M. MacMurphy

O. von Nerta

Buffalo, New York

Augusta, Georgia

Cheyenne, Wyoming

Henry F. Kilburn

Marshall Stimson Mahurin

Thomas Nolan

New York, New York

Fort Wayne, Indiana

New York, New York

George E. King

George R. Mann

George W. Orff

El Paso, Texas

St. Louis, Missouri

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Albery D. Kipp

Henry Rutgers Marshall

C. Francis Osborne

Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

J. H. Kirby

George DeWitt Mason

Sidney J. Osgood

Syracuse, New York

Detroit, Michigan

Grant Rapids, Michigan

Henry T. Kley

J. S. Mathews

William A. Otis

Chicago, Illinois

Cheyenne, Wyoming

Chicago, Illinois

G. M. D. Knox

Otto H. Matz

F. J. Otter

Kansas City, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

Dayton, Ohio

Henry G. Koch

Charles E. May

John Otter

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

St. Louis, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

G. W. Kramer

Harry P. McDonald

Charles H. Owsley

New York, New York

Louisville, Kentucky

Youngstown, Ohio

B. T. Lacey

Walter McFarlane

Charles W. Palmer

Binghamton, New York

Detroit, Michigan

Chicago, Illinois

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Marcellus H. Parker

Charles K. E. Ramsey

Emil G. Rueckert

Coldwater, Michigan

St. Louis, Missouri

Cincinnati, Ohio

Alfred F. Pashley

J. A. Randall

P. W. Ruehl

Chicago, Illinois

Syracuse, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Normand S. Patton

S. M. Randolph

Howland Russe

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

S. M. Patton

James W. M. Reid

Charles Hercules Rutan

Chattanooga, Tennessee

San Francisco, California

Boston, Massachusetts

George W. Payne

Merritt J. Reid

Franklin J. H. Sawtelle

Carthage, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Providence, Rhode Island

Robert Swain Peabody

Zack Rice

J. H. Scharm

Boston, Massachusetts

Detroit, Michigan

Indianapolis, Indiana

Andrew Peebles

John Newton Richardson

L. J. Schaub

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Cleveland, Ohio

Chicago, Illinois

Paul J. Pelz

W. H. Richardson

Adolph Scherrer

Washington, DC

Rochester, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

Charles R. Percival

William C. Richardson

T. F. Schneider

Buffalo, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Washington, DC

Thomas N. Philpot

J. W. Roberts

Charles F. Schweinfurth

Topeka, Kansas

Denver, Colorado

Cleveland, Ohio

Joseph Hart Pierce

Leoni W. Robinson

Arthur H. Scott

Elmira, New York

New Haven, Connecticut

Detroit, Michigan

Osborn J. Pierce

W. G. Robinson

John Scott

Chicago, Illinois

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

William L. Plack

Martin Roche

Williard T. Sears

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

Boston, Massachusetts

James C. Plant

James S. Rogers Jr.

Robert Sharp

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Detroit, Michigan

Nashville, Tennessee

William M. F. Poindexter

Louis P. Rogers

George Russell Shaw

Washington, DC

Rochester, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Cyrus K. Porter

Alfred Paist Rosenheim

George Foster Shepley

Buffalo, New York

St. Louis, Missouri

Boston, Massachusetts

J. R. Porter

John W. Ross

Edouard Sidel

Buffalo, New York

Davenport, Iowa

Birmingham, Alabama

J. N. Preston

William L. Ross

S. Gifford Slocum

Los Angeles, California

Sanford, Maine

New York, New York

Herman Probst

H. L. Rowe

George H. Smith

Kansas City, Missouri

Lexington, Kentucky

Cleveland, Ohio

Leonard G. C. Quackenboss

Charles Rudolph

J. C. Smith

Chicago, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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Mortimer L. Smith

George Thomas Tilden

Horatio R. Wilson

Detroit, Michigan

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Oliver C. Smith

Guy Tilden

John F. Wing

Austin, Illinois

Canton, Ohio

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Robert Stead

John N. Tilton

Henry Wolters

Washington, DC

Chicago, Illinois

Louisville, Kentucky

John Calvin Stevens

G. M. Torgerson

James Bosley Noel Wyatt

Portland, Maine

Meridian, Mississippi

Baltimore, Maryland

Clarence L. Stiles

F. B. Townsend

Joseph W. Yost

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Columbus, Ohio

William Strippelman

Oliver G. Traphagen

William Carbys Zimmerman

Chicago, Illinois

Honolulu, Hawaii

Chicago, Illinois

Gustav Stolze

Samuel Atwater Treat

La Crosse, Wisconsin

Chicago, Illinois

189o

S. V. Stratton

W. H. Tyndall

John Addison

New York, New York

Galveston, Texas

Chicago, Illinois

Carl F. Struck

G. Vigeant

Elbridge Boyden

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Worcester, Massachusetts

Louis H. Sullivan

Bernard Vonnegut

Charles W. Clark

Chicago, Illinois

Indianapolis, Indiana

St. Louis, Missouri

Thomas Sully

William C. Walker

William E. Eames

New Orleans, Louisiana

Rochester, New York

St. Louis, Missouri

John Sutcliffe

William T. Walker

Edward B. Green

Birmingham, Alabama

Montgomery, Alabama

Buffalo, New York

Eugene Hartwell Taylor

James E. Ware

Arthur Bates Jennings

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

New York, New York

New York, New York

Isaac S. Taylor

Clinton J. Warren

Bruce Price

St. Louis, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

James Knox Taylor

George P. Washburn

Milton See

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ottawa, Kansas

New York, New York

Eliah Terrell

Louis Weissbein

Kivas Tulley

Columbus, Ohio

Boston, Massachusetts

St. Louis, Missouri

George W. Thompson

A. L. West

James Wahrenberger

Nashville, Tennessee

Richmond, Virginia

San Antonio, Texas

H. C. Thompson

William Sidney Wicks

O. C. Wehle

Nashville, Tennessee

Buffalo, New York

Louisville, Kentucky

Rufus Thompson

Charles I. Williams

William Channing Whitney

Youngstown, Ohio

Dayton, Ohio

Minneapolis, Minnesota

A. H. Thorpe

Edmund R. Willson

W. T. Wilson

New York, New York

Providence, Rhode Island

Baltimore, Maryland

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J. B. Woodworth

Edwin James Lewis Jr.

Cass Gilbert

Worcester, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

St. Paul, Minnesota

F. A. Wright

Alexander W. Longfellow Jr.

Havelock E. Hand

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

West Superior, Wisconsin

Thomas Crane Young

William M. McBride

Thomas Hastings

St. Louis, Missouri

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

S. T. McClarren

Addison Hutton

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John M. Allston

George S. Orth

James Rush Marshall

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Robert Day Andrews

R. Clipston Sturgis

William Bryce Mundie

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Clarence H. Blackall

Henry Vaughan

William C. Prichett Jr.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

L. Boucherle

C. Howard Walker

Edward E. Schwabe

Youngstown, Ohio

Boston, Massachusetts

Cleveland, Ohio

Thomas Boyd

Herbert Langford Warren

Adrian W. Smith

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Boston, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Mervin Carrere

George H. Wetherell

Thomas Tryon

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Walter Cook

Edmund W. Wheelwright

W. J. Van Keuren

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

George W. da Cunha

Daniel W. Willard

Jule G. Zwicker

Montclair, New Jersey

Redlands, California

Nashville, Tennessee

Minneapolis, Minnesota

1892

1893

Arthur Greene Everett

William Henri Adams

Hiram Bickford

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Elmira, New York

R. Z. Gill

Jacob Agne Jr.

D. Fred Charlton

Urbana, Illinois

Utica, New York

Marquette, Michigan

G. W. Helmburger

Arnold W. Brunner

Wilson Eyre

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Richard Howland Hunt

George W. Cary

Clellan W. Fisher Jr.

New York, New York

Buffalo, New York

Worcester, Massachusetts

William B. Ittner

Ward P. Delano

William P. Ginther

St. Louis, Missouri

Worcester, Massachusetts

Akron, Ohio

Herbert Jacques

W. H. Dunn

Samuel S. Godley

Boston, Massachusetts

Cleveland, Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio

E. C. Janssen

James E. Fuller

Joseph C. Hornblower

St. Louis, Missouri

Worcester, Massachusetts

Washington, DC

1891

Warren B. Dunnell

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J. Walter Stevens

Louis O. Mullgardt

George Keister

St. Paul, Minnesota

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

John C. Worthington

Lawrence J. O’Connor

Edgar M. Lazarus

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

Frederick W. Perkins

William J. Marsh

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

Charles P. Baldwin

Edwin S. Radcliffe

Charles T. Mathews

Newark, New Jersey

Duluth, Minnesota

New York, New York

John Stewart Barney

William Warren Sabin

Frank L. Packard

New York, New York

Cleveland, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

Casper D. Boisselier

William Schickel

Max Reutti

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

Hamilton, Ohio

Arthur Page Brown

John Goddard Stearns

Frank J. Schlotter

San Francisco, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Evansville, Indiana

John Hemenway Duncan

Robert W. Walsh

Samuel Booth Snook

New York, New York

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

W. H. Foster

John Ludwig Wees

William Burnett Tuthill

Houston, Texas

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

Robert W. Gilbert

Frederick Widmann

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

St. Louis, Missouri

1896

William Tyson Gooch

Joseph Wolf

Theodore H. Abrahams

New York, New York

New York, New York

Charleston, South Carolina

1894

George Edward Harding

Ennis R. Austin

New York, New York

1895

William E. Higginbotham

Francis R. Allen

George H. Clemence

Detroit, Michigan

Boston, Massachusetts

Worcester, Massachusetts

D. C. Ernest Laub

Frank Miles Day

Rudolph L. Daus

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Brooklyn, New York

James Brown Lord

Isaac E. Ditmars

Leon E. Dessez

New York, New York

New York, New York

Washington, DC

Edmund A. Manny

Charles Edwards

Robert E. Dexter

St. Louis, Missouri

Peterson, New Jersey

Dayton, Ohio

Craig McClure

Halstead P. Fowler

J. Graham Glover

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

Brooklyn, New York

George L. Morse

Charles W. Hopkinson

Albert W. Hayward

Brooklyn, New York

Cleveland, Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio

Charles T. Mott

William C. Hough

Will Sterling Hebbard

New York, New York

New York, New York

San Diego, California

James Warriner Moulton

Julius Kastner

J. Monroe Hewlett

New York, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

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South Bend, Indiana


Franklin E. Kidder

Albert Leverett Brockway

Denver, Colorado

New York, New York

Frank Haviland Quinby

William H. Conway

New York, New York

Springfield, Illinois

Louis F. Stutz

Walter Thomas Downing

Washington, DC

Georgia, Georgia

Charles C. Taylor

Herbert W. Foltz

Cincinnati, Ohio

Indianapolis, Indiana

Andrew Grierson Thomson

Vincent Colyer Griffith

New York, New York

Brooklyn, New York

1897

1899

Frank Conger Baldwin

J. J. Kouhn

Detroit, Michigan

Chicago, Illinois

Frederick C. Bonsack

Adriance Van Brunt

St. Louis, Missouri

Kansas City, Missouri

Brinton B. Davis Paducah, Kentucky

1900

Henry Fisher

Walter Cope

Sioux City, Iowa

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Frank Porcher Graveley

Robert S. Roeschlaub

New Orleans, Louisiana

Denver, Colorado

Humphrey J. Maxwell Grylls

Edgar V. Seeler

Detroit, Michigan

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Guy King Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1901

Guy Kirkham

William Alciphron Boring

Springfield, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Gottfrid Leonard Norrman

William Hart Boughton

Atlanta, Georgia

Buffalo, New York

Albert V. Porter

John Galen Howard

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

William Albert Swasey

Frank M. Howe

St. Louis, Missouri

Kansas City, Missouri

J. Foster Warner

Washington Hull

Rochester, New York

New York, New York

Thomas R. Kimball

1898

Omaha, Nebraska

Charles I. Berg

William G. Nolting

New York, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

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1902 Ralph Adams Cram Boston, Massachusetts

Elmer Grey Milwaukee, Wisconsin

George L. Heins New York, New York

John Lawrence Mauran St. Louis, Missouri

William Rutherford Mead New York, New York

1903 William Mitchell Kendall New York, New York

Austin W. Lord New York, New York

1905 Grosvenor Atterbury New York, New York

Henry Forbes Bigelow Boston, Massachusetts

Alfred B. Harlow Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Irving K. Pond Chicago, Illinois

C. B. J. Snyder New York, New York

1906 Henry Bacon New York, New York

J. Randolph Coolidge Jr. Boston, Massachusetts

Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue New York, New York

Charles Donagh Maginnis Boston, Massachusetts


Richard E. Schmidt

Dwight Heald Perkins

Robert D. Maynicke

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Breck Trowbridge

Edward L. Tilton

Milton B. Medary Jr.

New York, New York

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1907

1909

Claude F. Bragdon

Edward W. Donn Jr.

John Beverly Robinson

Rochester, New York

Washington, DC

St. Louis, Missouri

Cyrus L. Eidlitz

Abram Garfield

Philip Sawyer

New York, New York

Cleveland, Ohio

New York, New York

Herbert D. Hale

William D. Hewitt

William Buck Stratton

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Detroit, Michigan

Benjamin S. Hubbel

Christopher Grant La Farge

D. Everett Waid

Cleveland, Ohio

New York, New York

New York, New York

James P. Jamieson

Octavius Morgan

W. R. B. Willcox

St. Louis, Missouri

Los Angeles, California

Seattle, Washington

Albert Kelsey

Ernest J. Russell

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

St. Louis, Missouri

1911

Harold VanBuren Magonigle

Robert C. Spencer Jr.

J. Milton Dyer

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Cleveland, Ohio

Clarence A. Martin

Douglas H. Thomas Jr.

John Hall Rankin

Ithaca, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Allen B. Pond

George C. Nimmons Chicago, Illinois

Augustus Neal Rantoul

Chicago, Illinois

1910

John Russell Pope

Charles Herbert Bebb

Lloyd Warren

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

William Stone Post

Arthur B. Benton

Harry B. Wheelock

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Howard Van Doren Shaw

Harry Johan Carlson

C. C. Zantzinger

Chicago, Illinois

Boston, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John A. Dempwolf

1908

Boston, Massachusetts

York, Pennsylvania

1912

David Knickerbacker Boyd

Frank W. Ferguson

William D. Austin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Myron Hunt

Thomas M. Kellogg

W. Dominick Benes

Pasadena, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cleveland, Ohio

Goodhue Livingston

Robert D. Kohn

Henry Clay Carrel

New York, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

J. Harleston Parker

Arthur Little

Walter B. Chambers

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

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Clinton Day

Benjamin Wistar Morris

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

William Adams Delano

Charles Adams Platt

New York, New York

New York, New York

L. C. Holden

Albert E. Skeel

New York, New York

Cleveland, Ohio

Walter Gibson Peter

Edward Stotz

Washington, DC

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Arthur Wallace Rice

Seth J. Temple

Boston, Massachusetts

Davenport, Iowa

Charles Alonzo Rich

Arthur Woltersdorf

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Horace Wells Sellers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1914

Frank E. Wallis

James Lawrence Aspinwall

New York, New York

New York, New York

Prescott O. Clarke

1913

Providence, Rhode Island

Charles H. Alden

Edward A. Crane

Seattle, Washington

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John C. Austin

William B. Faville

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

Paul Phillipe Cret

William K. Fellows

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

James J. Egan

E. C. Klipstein

Chicago, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

Burt L. Fenner

Benjamin J. Lubschez

New York, New York

Kansas City, Missouri

Norman M. Isham

Louis Chappell Newhall

Providence, Rhode Island

Boston, Massachusetts

Elmer C. Jensen

Fernand Parmentier

Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Henry H. Kendall

Egerton Swartwout

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Charles Zeller Klauder

Charles C. Wilson

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Columbia, South Carolina

Samuel S. Labouisse

Nathan C. Wyeth

New Orleans, Louisiana

Washington, DC

Ellis F. Lawrence

1915 Donn Barber New York, New York

Charles L. Borie Jr. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Owen Brainard New York, New York

George F. A. Brueggeman St. Louis, Missouri

Eleazer B. Homer Providence, Rhode Island

Warren Powers Laird Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Guy Lowell Boston, Massachusetts

Frank B. Meade Cleveland, Ohio

George S. Mills Toledo, Ohio

Charles H. Prindeville Chicago, Illinois

Frederick A. Russell Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

William H. Schuchardt Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1916 Frederick Lee Ackerman New York, New York

Chester Holmes Aldrich New York, New York

William P. Bannister New York, New York

Leon Coquard Detroit, Michigan

Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin New York, New York

Edwin Hawley Hewitt Minneapolis, Minnesota

Portland, Oregon

Benno Janssen Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Ion Lewis

William R. Emerson

Alexander MacKintosh

Portland, Oregon

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

George W. Maher

Robert David Farquar

William C. Noland

Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Richmond, Virginia

Frederick M. Mann

Walter H. Kilham

Josias Pennington

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Boston, Massachusetts

Baltimore, Maryland

William Stanley Parker

Joseph C. Llewellyn

Hugh Roberts

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Jersey City, New Jersey

Emlyn L. Stewardson

Henry K. McGoodwin

Joseph E. Sperry

Philaldelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Baltimore, Maryland

Waddy B. Wood

W. Symmes Richardson

Edward F. Stevens

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

1917

1923

Winsor Soule

Edwin Bergstrom

John V. Van Pelt

Santa Barbara, California

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Peter Brust

F. R. Walker

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Cleveland, Ohio

1918

Thomas E. Tallmadge Chicago, Illinois

James E. Allison

Charles Collens

Los Angeles, California

Boston, Massachusetts

1925

Louis Ayres

John T. Comes

Robert Rodes McGoodwin

New York, New York

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Charles Butler

Ernest Coxhead

Charles Morris

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Cleveland, Ohio

Edward Emmett Dougherty

John Walter Cross

Richard Philipp

Nashville, Tennessee

New York, New York

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Alexander Chadborne Eschweiler

Kirtland Cutter

Walter L. Rathmann

Seattle, Washington

St. Louis, Missouri

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Charles Allen Favrot

Julius Schweinfurth

Albert Kahn

New Orleans, Louisiana

Boston, Massachusetts

Detroit, Michigan

Edwin Seamer Gordon

Leon Stern

John P. B. Sinkler

New York, New York

Rochester, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Herbert M. Greene

Timothy Walsh

William L. Steele

Dallas, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Sioux City, Iowa

Albert L. Harris

1919

Washington, DC

1926

Wallis E. Howe

David C. Allison

Ellison Perot Bissell

Providence, Rhode Island

Los Angeles, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Louis La Beaume

N. Max Dunning

St. Louis, Missouri

Francke Huntington Bosworth Jr. Ithaca, New York

Chicago, Illinois

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William Boyd

John Mead Howells

Harry Thornton Stephens

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Paterson, New Jersey

Edwin H. Brown

Reginald Davis Johnson

R. Maurice Trimble

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Los Angeles, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Herbert W. C. Browne

Charles Barton Keen

E. Hill Turnock

Boston, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Elkhart, Indiana

John F. Capen

Charles W. Killam

Stephen Francis Voorhees

Newark, New Jersey

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Edward P. Casey

William H. Lord

Fred Wesley Wentworth

New York, New York

Asheville, North Carolina

Paterson, New Jersey

James Ford Clapp

William G. Malcomson

John Torrey Windrim

Boston, Massachusetts

Detroit, Michigan

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Harvey Wiley Corbett

Everett V. Meeks

Edward P. York

New York, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

Robert Frost Daggett

Arthur I. Meigs

Indianapolis, Indiana

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1927

Paul A. Davis III

Victor Mindeleff

James O. Betelle

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Newark, New Jersey

Gerrit J. De Gelleke

Arnold H. Moses

Theodore E. Blake

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Camden, New Jersey

New York, New York

John Robert Dillon

Kenneth M. Murchison

Lindley M. Franklin

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

New York, New York

August C. Esenwein

James Cornelius Murphy

C. Herrick Hammond

Buffalo, New York

Louisville, Kentucky

Chicago, Illinois

Ernest Flagg

Allison Owen

Henry K. Holsman

New York, New York

New Orleans, Louisiana

Chicago, Illinois

Joseph H. Freedlander

William G. Rantoul

Sullivan W. Jones

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Harry W. Gardner

Hubert G. Ripley

George I. Lovatt

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Arthur N. Gibb

William J. Sayward

Harry A. Overbeck

Ithaca, New York

Atlanta, Georgia

Dallas, Texas

Alfred Hoyt Granger

Charles S. Schneider

Louis Stevens

Chicago, Illinois

Cleveland, Ohio

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Howard Greenley

Howard Sill

H. Hobart Weekes

New York, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

New York, New York

Arthur Loomis Harmon

John B. Slee

New York, New York

Brooklyn, New York

1929

Henry Hornbostel

Thomas Edward Snook Jr.

Edward Herbert Bennett

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

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Bayard Snowden Cairns Memphis, Tennessee

1931 William T. Aldrich

Emery Stanford Hall

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Atlee B. Ayres San Antonio, Texas

1930 Edward Raymond Bossange New York, New York

Henry Baechlin Newark, New Jersey

John C. Bollenbacher

Arthur Brown Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Arthur Howell Brockie

Otto R. Eggers

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Daniel H. Burnham

Goldwin Goldsmith

Chicago, Illinois

Austin, Texas

Hubert Burnham

William Charles Hays

Chicago, Illinois

Berkeley, California

Charles Northend Cogswell

Frederick Ellis Jackson

Boston, Massachusetts

Providence, Rhode Island

Charles Wilmott Dawson

Francis Y. Joannes

Muskogee, Oklahoma

New York, New York

Edwin Sherrill Dodge

Julian Clarence Levi

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Wilson C. Ely

William Orr Ludlow

Newark, New Jersey

New York, New York

Gilbert Christopher Higby

Albert Charles Phelps

Newark, New Jersey

New York, New York

Lois Lilley Howe

James Otis Post

Cambridge, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Frederick William Revels Syracuse, New York

Walter Horstmann Thomas Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Almy Tompkins II New York, New York

Hobart B. Upjohn New York, New York

Edward A. H. Hoyt Boston, Massachusetts

I. Howland Jones Boston, Massachusetts

J. Lovell Little Boston, Massachusetts

Olle J. Lorehn Houston, Texas

Elmo Cameron Lowe

Frank R. Watson Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Evanston, Illinois

Walter Mellor Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Frederick Vernon Murphy Washington, DC

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George Bispham Page Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philip Richardson Boston, Massachusetts

Courtlandt Van Brunt Kansas City, Kansas

1932 Dwight James Baum New York, New York

William Harmon Beers New York, New York

Frank A. Carpenter Chicago, Illinois

G. Howard Chamberlin New York, New York

Melville Clark Chatten Chicago, Illinois

Reinhardt Dempwolf York, Pennsylvania

Herbert Edmund Hewitt Peoria, Illinois

Henry Clossen Hibbs Nashville, Tennessee

Leicester Bodine Holland Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sumner P. Hunt Los Angeles, California

Charles T. Ingham Washington, DC

William G. Kaelber Rochester, New York

Williard C. Northup Salem, North Carolina

Richard Brognard Okie Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Arthur Peabody Madison, Wisconsin

Richmond Harold Shreve New York, New York


Andrew J. Thomas

Miller Isaac Kast

Philip L. Goodwin

New York, New York

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

William Wallace Tyrie

William F. Lamb

Walter R. McCornack

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New York, New York

Cleveland, Ohio

Ralph Thomas Walker

Victor Andre Matteson

Floyd A. Naramore

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Seattle, Washington

James M. White

Frederick H. Meyer

William Jones Smith

Urbana, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

David J. C. Myers

Harlan Thomas

Seattle, Washington

Seattle, Washington

Abraham Horace Albertson

James Gamble Rogers

Henry Stuart Waterbury

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

New York, New York

Robert Peabody Bellows

Thomas Leslie Rose

Rudolph Weaver

Boston, Massachusetts

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Gainesville, Florida

Walter Dabney Blair

John Strubing Schwacke

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1936

Cornelius V. R. Bogert

Albert Simons

Moise H. Goldstein

Hackensack, New Jersey

Charleston, South Carolina

New Orleans, Louisiana

Thomas Harlan Ellett

Clarence S. Stein

Ralph Ward Gray

New York, New York

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Albert John Evers

Nathaniel Gaillard Walker

Walter T. Karcher

San Francisco, California

Fort Myers, Florida

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Clement W. Fairweather

William T. Warren

Sydney Errington Martin

Metuchen, New Jersey

Birmingham, Alabama

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

William E. Fisher

George H. Williamson

Horace W. Peaslee

Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado

Washington, DC

Leon N. Gillette

David J. Witmer

William Graves Perry

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Brookline, Massachusetts

Carl Frelinghuyoen Gould

Henry Wright

Hardie Phillip

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

New York, New York

Mellen C. Greeley

George Young Jr.

Henry Richardson Shepley

Jacksonville, Florida

Ithaca, New York

Brookline, Massachusetts

1934

John Frederick Harbeson

Wilbur Tyson Trueblood

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1935

John Augur Holabird

Robert Seeley De Golyer

Steward Wagner

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Raymond M. Hood

Alfred Fellheimer

Charles Willing

New York, New York

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ely Jacques Kahn

Frederick Augustus Godley

New York, New York

New York, New York

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1937 Harris C. Allen John Bakewell Jr. San Francisco, California

Ralph B. Benecker Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

John Hutchins Cady Providence, Rhode Island

Ralph Haywood Cameron San Antonio, Texas

H. Daland Chandler Boston, Massachusetts

Roland E. Coate Los Angeles, California

James R. Edmunds Jr. Baltimore, Maryland

G. Corner Fenhagen Baltimore, Maryland

Henry A. Foeller Green Bay, Wisconsin

Laurence Hall Fowler Baltimore, Maryland

Hugh Mackie Gordon Garden Chicago, Illinois

Hal F. Hentz Atlanta, Georgia

Edward Shepard Hewitt

Minnepolis, Minnesota

H. Eric Kebbon New York, New York

George Simpson Koyl Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Samuel Lapham Jr. Charleston, South Carolina

John Reid Jr.

East Orange, New Jersey

Washington, DC

1939

Seymour Williams

Frederic Child Biggin

Trenton, New Jersey

Auburn, Alabama

1938

Frederick Bigger

Roy Childs Jones

Hobart A. Walker

Chicago, Illinois

Louis A. Simon

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

John Wellborn Root

Chicago, Illinois

Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis

Eric Gugler

New Orleans, Louisiana

New York, New York

Ernest H. Fougner

Andrew H. Hepburn

Newark, New Jersey

Boston, Massachusetts

Max H. Furbringer

Gerald Anderson Holmes

Memphis, Tennessee

New York, New York

Frederick W. Garber

William Templeton Johnson

Cincinnati, Ohio

San Diego, California

Edmund B. Gilchrist

Richard Kiehnel

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Miami, Florida

John L. Hamilton

Fiske Kimball

Chicago, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Henry Ford Hoit

Eugene Henry Klaber

Kansas City, Missouri

Silver Spring, Maryland

William J. H. Hough

Emil Lorch

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Robert Taylor Jones

Douglas William Orr

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New Haven, Connecticut

Gordon B. Kaufmann

William T. Partridge

Los Angeles, California

Washington, DC

Arthur S. Keene

E. Donald Robb

Kansas City, Missouri

Boston, Massachusetts

Eugene S. Klein

Mott B. Schmidt

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

Richard Koch

Sumner Spaulding

New Orleans, Louisiana

Beverly Hills, California

James C. MacKenzie Jr.

Francis Paul Sullivan

New York, New York

Washington, DC

R. E. Lee Taylor

Carleton M. Winslow

Baltimore, Maryland

Los Angeles, California

Harry W. Wachter Toledo, Ohio

San Francisco, California

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1940 Franklin Oliver Adams Tampa, Florida

Gordon Allen Boston, Massachusetts

Raymond J. Ashton Salt Lake City, Utah

Leonard Henry Bailey Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Frank Chouteau Brown Boston, Massachusetts

Marcus Robinson Burrowes Detroit, Michigan

Miles Lanier Colean Washington, DC

Francis Pierpont Davis Los Angeles, California

Frank Nelson Emerson Peoria, Illinois

Frank Joseph Forster New York, New York

Robert K. Fuller Denver, Colorado

Albert Harkness Providence, Rhode Island

Lewis Parsons Hobart San Francisco, California

Roy F. Larson Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Merrill Clifford Lee Richmond, Virginia

Arthur Lamont Loveless Seattle, Washington

George Spearl

Sylvanus B. Marston

St. Louis, Missouri

Pasadena, California

Guy Study

Hugh Martin

St. Louis, Missouri

Birmingham, Alabama

Walter Ellsworth Ware

Clarence Julian Oberwarth

Salt Lake City, Utah

Frankfort, Kentucky

Ernest Wilby

Richard J. Shaw

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Boston, Massachusetts

1941

Chicago, Illinois

Rexford Newcomb Urbana, Illinois

Loring H. Provine Urbana, Illinois

Livingston Smith

Francis Palmer Smith

Chicago, Illinois

Atlanta, Georgia

William H. Crowell

Erle G. Stillwell

Portland, Oregon

Hendersonville, North Carolina

Ralph C. Flewelling

Edgar I. Williams

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Louis John Gill San Diego, California

1943

Arthur B. Heaton

Archibald Manning Brown

Washington, DC

New York, New York

H. Roy Kelley

Charles Frederick Cellarius

Los Angeles, California

Cincinnati, Ohio

Electus D. Litchfield

Harold Coulson Chambers

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Robert Hall Orr

Matthew Edmunds Dunlap

Los Angeles, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

George B. Rogers

Jacques André Fouilhoux

Mobile, Alabama

New York, New York

John F. Staub

George Herbert Gray

Houston, Texas

New Haven, Connecticut

Lawrence Wolfe

George Howe

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Leigh Hunt Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Lemuel C. Dillenback

Charles Albert Langdon

Syracuse, New York

Toledo, Ohio

Frederick G. Frost

Joseph Daniels Leland

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Arthur C. Holden

George A. Licht

New York, New York

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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David Adler

1942

Philip Brooks Maher

Thomas Mott Shaw

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Sherley Warner Morgan

Alfred Shaw

Talmage C. Hughes

Princeton, New Jersey

Chicago, Illinois

Detroit, Michigan

Harris Hunnewell Murdock

James Kellum Smith

Louis Justement

New York, New York

New York, New York

Washington, DC

Henry Bartol Register

Henry Francis Stanton

Samuel A. Marx

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Detroit, Michigan

Chicago, Illinois

Winchton Leamon Risley

Howard A. Stout

Los Angeles, California

Atlantic City, New Jersey

1947

Eliel Saarinen

Eugene Weston Jr.

Arthur Ward Archer

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Los Angeles, California

Kansas City, Missouri

1944

1945

William Lawrence Bottomley

Lawrence Stevens Bellman

Wells Ira Bennett

New York, New York

Toledo, Ohio

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Clarence Cullimore

William Roger Greeley

John Woolson Brooks

Bakersfield, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Des Moines, Iowa

Clair William Ditchy

William Duncan Lamdin

Howard Lovewell Cheney

Detroit, Michigan

Baltimore, Maryland

Chicago, Illinois

Branson Van Leer Gamber

William Henry Livingston

George Grant Elmslie

Detroit, Michigan

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

William Gehron

Samuel E. Lunden

Carl Anthony Erikson

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Alfred Morton Githens

Edward William Martin

Charles Essig Firestone

New York, New York

Wilmington, Delaware

Canton, Ohio

Ernest A. Grunsfeld Jr.

John Henry Scarff

Alvin Ernest Harley

Chicago, Illinois

Baltimore, Maryland

Detroit, Michigan

Hugo Franz Kuehne

Howard Dwight Smith

Jean Hebrard

Austin, Texas

Columbus, Ohio

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Niels Hjalmar Larsen

George Morris Whiteside II

Arthur Knox Hyde

Boston, Massachusetts

Wilmington, Delaware

Detroit, Michigan

James L. Montgomery

William James Bain Sr. Seattle, Washington

William Edward Kapp

Charleston, West Virginia

1946

W. Oscar Mullgardt

G. Edwin Brumbaugh

James Herbert Mitchell

St. Louis, Missouri

Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania

San Francisco, California

Henry Carlton Newton

Frank Ernest Cleveland

Los Angeles, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg

Edmund Randolph Purves

D. K. Este Fisher Jr.

Reading, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Baltimore, Maryland

Richard J. Neutra

Alexander C. Robinson III

Henry H. Gutterson

Los Angeles, California

Cleveland, Ohio

San Francisco, California

Charles Frederick Owsley

Detroit, Michigan

Youngstown, Ohio

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Warren Charles Perry

Leonard Schultze

Jerrold Loebl

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Herbert J. Powell

Fitzhugh Scott

Milton Bowles McGinty

San Marino, California

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Houston, Texas

Walter Thomas Rolfe

Philip Lindsley Small

Angus Vaughn McIver

Houston, Texas

Cleveland, Ohio

Great Falls, Montana

Paul Weigel

Joe Frazer Smith

Harry L. Mead

Manhattan, Kansas

Memphis, Tennessee

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Hart Wood

John Crosby Brown Moore

Honolulu, Hawaii

New York, New York

1948 Leon Eugene Arnal

Frederick Lindley Morgan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

1949

Pietro Belluschi

George Harwell Bond

Nathaniel Alexander Owings

Portland, Oregon

Atlanta, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois

Francis Vaughn Bulfinch

Birdsall Parmenas Briscoe

Louis Skidmore

Boston, Massachusetts

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Cameron Clark

Harold Bush-Brown

John Llewellyn Skinner

New York, New York

Atlanta, Georgia

Coral Gables, Florida

George Bain Cummings

Mathew W. Del Gaudio

Harold Reeve Sleeper

Binghamton, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

Gardner Acton Dailey

Arthur Feitel

A. Glenn Stanton

San Francisco, California

New Orleans, Louisiana

Portland, Oregon

Paul Gerhardt Jr.

Alfred Charles Finn

Henry Johnston Toombs

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Atlanta, Georgia

James Byers Hays

Kenneth Franzheim

William Ward Watkin

Cleveland, Ohio

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Alexander Edward Hoyle

Harry Hake

Joseph Lewis Weinberg

Boston, Massachusetts

Cincinnati, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

Francis Keally

Wallace Kirkman Harrison

New York, New York

New York, New York

1950

Edwin H. Lundie

Earl Theodore Heitschmidt

J. Warren Armistead Jr.

St. Paul, Minnesota

Los Angeles, California

Atlanta, Georgia

George Marshall Martin

Daniel Paul Higgins

Leopold Arnaud

Cincinnati, Ohio

New York, New York

New York, New York

Edward Fairfax Neild

Walter Williams Hook

William Pope Barney

Shreveport, Louisiana

Charlotte, North Carolina

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Robert Barnard O’Connor

Burnham Hoyt

James Henry Chillman Jr.

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

Houston, Texas

Edward Livingston Palmer Jr.

James William Kideney

Clinton Harriman Cowgill

Baltimore, Maryland

Buffalo, New York

Blacksburg, Virginia

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Louisville, Kentucky


Harold Heath Davis

Ralph Edward Winslow

Russell Thorn Pancoast

New Haven, Connecticut

Troy, New York

Miami Beach, Florida

A. Lincoln Fechheimer

Frederick James Woodbridge

Edward D. Pierre

Cincinnati, Ohio

New York, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

Hugh Ferriss

William Platt

New York, New York

1951

George Gove

Charles Altfillisch

B. Marcus Priteca

Tacoma, Washington

Decorah, Iowa

Seattle, Washington

Talbot Faulkner Hamlin

Welles Bosworth

Earl Howell Reed Jr.

New York, New York

Vaucresson, France

Chicago, Illinois

Harry Inge Johnstone

Thomas Dohoney Broad

L. Andrew Reinhard

Mobile, Alabama

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Frederic Rhinelander King

Herman Brookman

Lorimer Rich

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

New York, New York

John Gaw Meem

Walter E. Church

Henry Hodgman Saylor

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Portland, Oregon

Washington, DC

John Ogden Merrill

Henry Stern Churchill

Norman J. Schlossman

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Alfred S. Nibecker Jr.

Chandler Carroll Cohagen

Lorentz Schmidt

Los Angeles, California

Billings, Montana

Wichita, Kansas

John Thomas Rather Jr.

Samuel Inman Cooper

Howell Lewis Shay

Houston, Texas

Atlanta, Georgia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Henry Yeagley Shaub

Munroe Walker Copper Jr.

Philip Trammell Shutze

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Cleveland, Ohio

Atlanta, Georgia

Joseph Patterson Sims

Waldron Faulkner

Grant Miles Simon

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jack Bass Smith

Andrew Thomas Hass

Harry Sternfeld

Birmingham, Alabama

San Francisco, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Perry Coke Smith

Henry Powell Hopkins

Maurice Joseph Sullivan

New York, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

Houston, Texas

Eldridge Ted Spencer

William R. Morton Keast

Paul A. Thiry

San Francisco, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Seattle, Washington

Harvey Stevenson

Walter H. Kilham Jr.

Roland Anthony Wank

New York, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

Arthur Elliott Thomas

Albert Kruse

Lawrence Grant White

Dallas, Texas

Wilmington, Delaware

New York, New York

Samuel G. Wiener

Luther Morris Leisenring

Philip Will Jr.

Shreveport, Louisiana

Washington, DC

Chicago, Illinois

Harold Buckley Willis

William E. Lescaze

George Caleb Wright

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

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1952 aia president Glenn Stanton cof chancellor Ralph T. Walker gold medal Auguste Perret edward c. kemper award William Stanley Parker

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1952 fellows Max Abramovitz

M. Edwin Green

Addison Stayton Nunn

New York, New York

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Houston, Texas

Charles Storrs Barrows

Lawrence Hill

James W. O’Connor

Rochester, New York

University City, Missouri

New York, New York

Welton D. Becket

Robert S. Hutchins

Noah Webster Overstreet

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Jackson, Mississippi

Edgar Hubert Berners

Francis B. Jacobberger

Clyde Collins Pearson

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Portland, Oregon

Montgomery, Alabama

Kenneth C. Black

Eugene Herbert Knight

Alfred Easton Poor

Lansing, Michigan

Birmingham, Alabama

New York, New York

Walter Carlson

Thomas Hall Locraft

Antonin Raymond

Wilmington, Delaware

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Birge Malcolm Clark

Maynard Lyndon

Arthur Neal Robinson

Palo Alto, California

Los Angeles, California

Atlanta, Georgia

Pendleton Scott Clark

Walter Frederic Martens

Eero Saarinen

Lynchburg, Virginia

Charleston, West Virginia

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Charles Parker Crowell

Dale Robert McEnary

Harvey A. Schwab

Bangor, Maine

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Herman Louis Duhring Jr.

Robert W. McLaughlin Jr.

Cyrus Edgar Silling

Germantown, Pennsylvania

Princeton, New Jersey

Charleston, West Virginia

Max Henry Foley

Warren D. Miller

Delos Hamilton Smith

New York, New York

Terre Haute, Indiana

Washington, DC

Robert Benjamin Frantz

Harold Henry Munger

Lucius Read White Jr.

Saginaw, Michigan

Toledo, Ohio

Baltimore, Maryland

James Herbert Gailey

Allan H. Neal

L. Morgan Yost

Atlanta, Georgia

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

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1953 aia president Glenn Stanton cof chancellor Ralph T. Walker gold medal William Adams Delano edward c. kemper award Gerrit J. De Gelleke

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1953 fellows Thomas Henry Atherton

Morris Ketchum Jr.

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Turpin Chambers Bannister

Adrian Nelson Langius

Urbana, Illinois

Lansing, Michigan

Richard Marsh Bennett

Curtis Meredith Lovelace

Chicago, Illinois

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Leon Chatelain Jr.

Albert Mayer

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Theodore Irving Coe

Clarence William Palmer

Washington, DC

Detroit, Michigan

Robert Charles Dean

Lawrence B. Perkins

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

John Reed Fugard Sr.

Geoffrey Platt

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

William Charles Furer

Otto John Teegen

Honolulu, Hawaii

New York, New York

E. James Gambaro

Wilbur Henry Tusler

New York, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Henry L. Gogerty

Charles Wellington Walker

Los Angeles, California

Bridgeport, Connecticut

Milton LaTour Grigg

Betram A. Weber

Charlottesville, Virginia

Chicago, Illinois

Arthur P. Herrman

Kenneth Curtis Welch

Medina, Washington

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Eric Trevor Huddleston

Walter F. Wilson

Durham, New Hampshire

Lincoln, Nebraska

Robert Allan Jacobs

Kenneth Smith Wing

New York, New York

Long Beach, California

Louis I. Kahn

Marcellus Eugene Wright

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Richmond, Virginia

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1954 aia president Clair William Ditchy

honorary fellow Carlos E. da Silva Philippines

cof chancellor Ralph T. Walker edward c. kemper award Henry H. Saylor

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1954 fellows Roger Allen

Juan Felipe Nakpil

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Manila, Philippines

Adolph Otto Budina

Donald Seigfried Nelson

Richmond, Virginia

Dallas, Texas

Jefferson Roy Carroll Jr.

George Holmes Perkins

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Harry Royden Dowswell

Harry Irvin Schenck

New York, New York

Dayton, Ohio

Sanford Williams Goin

Irving Gardner Smith

Gainesville, Florida

Portland, Oregon

Percival Goodman

Stanley Albert Smith

New York, New York

Pullman, Washington

Walter Gropius

Louis Philippe Smithey

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Roanoke, Virginia

Samuel Eldon Homsey

Herbert Madison Tatum

Wilmington, Delaware

Dallas, Texas

Eugene Francis Kennedy Jr.

Royal Barry Wills

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

William Wilson Wurster

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Marion Sims Wyeth Palm Beach, Florida

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1955 aia president Clair William Ditchy

honorary fellows C. H. Aslin United Kingdom

cof chancellor

Kay Fisker

Alexander Robinson III

Denmark

gold medal William Marinus Dudok Hilversum edward c. kemper award Turpin C. Bannister

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1955 fellows Robert E. Alexander

Noel Leslie Flint

John Lyon Reid

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

George Boggs Allison

Raphael Nathan Friedman

John Noble Richards

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Toledo, Ohio

Harris Armstrong

Philip Hubert Frohman

Isidor Richmond

Kirkwood, Missouri

Washington, DC

Boston, Massachusetts

Donald Barthelme

Frederic G. Frost Jr.

Louis Rossetti

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Detroit, Michigan

Walter Francis Bogner

J. Lister Holmes

Donald Kenneth Sargent

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Seattle, Washington

Syracuse, New York

Ernest Born

Thomas Worth Jamison Jr.

Dewey Anderson Somdal

San Francisco, California

Baltimore, Maryland

Shreveport, Louisiana

Frank A. Childs

Karl Fred Kamrath

Leonard Adrian Waasdorp

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Rochester, New York

Anthony Salvatore Ciresi

Oscar Theodore Lang

E. Todd Wheeler

Cleveland, Ohio

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Wilmette, Illinois

Hervey Parke Clark

Ernest Langford

Julian H. Whittlesey

San Francisco, California

College Station, Texas

New York, New York

Elisabeth Coit

Arthur Robert Mann

Fred Talbott Wilson

New York, New York

Hutchinson, Kansas

Houston, Texas

Harry Francis Cunningham

Lloyd Morgan

Sam Wilson Jr.

Lincoln, Nebraska

New York, New York

New Orleans, Louisiana

William Henley Deitrick

Charles M. Ness Jr.

Henry Lyman Wright

Raleigh, North Carolina

Baltimore, Maryland

Los Angeles, California

John Cobb Dennis

Ernest Pickering

Macon, Georgia

Cincinnati, Ohio

Howard Samuel Eichenbaum

Igor Boris Polevitzky

Little Rock, Arkansas

Miami, Florida

Louis McLane Fisher

Andrew Nicholas Rebori

Baltimore, Maryland

Chicago, Illinois

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1956 aia president George Bain Cummings

honorary fellows Edmundo G. Lucero Philippines

cof chancellor

Gustavo L. Wallis

Alexander Robinson III

Venezuela

gold medal Clarence S. Stein edward c. kemper award Theodore Irving Coe

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1956 fellows Alfred Bendiner

Culver Heaton

Robert William Naef

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Pasadena, California

Jackson, Mississippi

Julian Emerson Berla

George Smith Idell

Wallace E. Neff

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Los Angeles, California

Norman Kirk Blanchard

Paul Frank Jagow

Vladimir Ossipoff

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Honolulu, Hawaii

Ralph Bodman

William Gordon Jamieson

Raymond Phelps

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Denver, Colorado

San Antonio, Texas

Robert Max Brooks

Ralph Charles Kempton

Chester B. Price

Austin, Texas

Columbus, Ohio

New York, New York

Ralph Bryan

Albert Edwin Kendrew

Sol Rosenthal

Dallas, Texas

Williamsburg, Virginia

New Orleans, Louisiana

John Stafford Cromelin

Slocum Kingsbury

Heyward Schumpert Singley

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

Columbia, South Carolina

Henry Lawrence Eggers

Ernest Joseph Kump

Nelson Smith

Los Angeles, California

Palo Alto, California

Birmingham, Alabama

Winston Elting

Marion I. Manley

Louis Feno Southerland Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

Coconut Grove, Florida

Austin, Texas

Walter Stephen Frazier

Albert Carey Martin Jr.

Charles Morse Stotz

Geneva, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Gilbert Phelps Hall

George Baker Mayer

Ossian P. Ward

Chicago, Illinois

Cleveland, Ohio

Louisville, Kentucky

George Thomas Harmon III

Donald McCormick

Columbia, South Carolina

Tulsa, Oklahoma

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The Annual Dinner at the Centennial convention in Washington, DC

1957 aia president Leon Chatelain Jr.

honorary fellows Douglas E. Kertland Canada

cof chancellor

Pier Luigi Nervi

Edgar I. Williams

Italy

Christiano Stockler das Neves centennial medal of honor Ralph Walker gold medal Louis Skidmore edward c. kemper award David C. Baer

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Brazil


1957 fellows Carl Conrad Britsch

Samuel Wood Hamill

David Howell Morgan

Toledo, Ohio

San Diego, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Harold Calhoun

William Henry Harrison

John Frederick Murphy

Houston, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Santa Barbara, California

Waldo Barrickman Christenson

Paul Malcolm Heffernan

Joseph Denis Murphy

Atlanta, Georgia

St. Louis, Missouri

Seattle, Washington

Douglas Honnold

Arthur Gould Odell Jr.

Carl Wesley Clark

Los Angeles, California

Charlotte, North Carolina

New York, New York

James M. Hunter

Archie Gale Parish

Philip Douglas Creer

Boulder, Colorado

St. Petersburg, Florida

Providence, Rhode Island

Henry Leveke Kamphoefner

Ulysses Floyd Rible

Roscoe Plimpton DeWitt

Raleigh, North Carolina

Los Angeles, California

Dallas, Texas

Donald Beach Kirby

Albert Sidney Ross

Alden Ball Dow

San Francisco, California

Ada, Oklahoma

Midland, Michigan

Hermon Frederick Lloyd

Leon B. Senter

William Elliott Dunwody Jr.

Houston, Texas

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Macon, Georgia

Anthony Lord

Benjamin Lane Smith

Leon Nello Fagnani

Asheville, North Carolina

New York, New York

Wilmington, Delaware

Fred J. MacKie Jr.

Whitney R. Smith

Arthur Fehr

Houston, Texas

Pasadena, California

Austin, Texas

Fred Lewis Markham

Walter Andrews Taylor

Thomas K. Fitz Patrick

Provo, Utah

Washington, DC

Charlottesville, Virginia

Charles J. Marr

Glen Herbert Thomas

Albert Frey

New Philadephia, Ohio

Wichita, Kansas

Palm Springs, California

Charles Franklin Masten

Paul R. Williams

Arthur Banta Gallion

San Francisco, California

Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, California

Charles Ormrod Matcham

Edward Lawrence Wilson

Clyde Grainger

Los Angeles, California

Fort Worth, Texas

Seattle, Washington

Frank Veach Mayo

George James Wimberly

John Thomas Grisdale

Stockton, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Francis Joseph McCarthy

Marcellus Eugene Wright Jr.

Barnett Sumner Gruzen

San Francisco, California

Richmond, Virginia

New York, New York

Howard Raymond Meyer Dallas, Texas

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The 1958 Class of Fellows invested at the Cleveland convention

1958 aia president Leon Chatelain Jr.

honorary fellows Alvar Aalto Finland

cof chancellor

Pavel Vasilievitch Abrosimov

Roy F. Larson

USSR

Icaro de Castro Mello gold medal

Brazil

John Wellborn Root

Francisco B. Fajardo Philippines

edward c. kemper award

Fleming Grut

Edmund R. Purves

Augusto Guzman Robles

Denmark Peru

Hector Mardones Restat Chile

Gumpei Matsuda Japan

Frederico A. Ugarte Argentina

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1958 fellows Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich

Carl Frederic Guenther

Boston, Massachusetts

Cleveland, Ohio

William Clement Ambrose

Louis Clifton Kingscott

San Francisco, California

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Herbert Lynes Beckwith

William Leonard Pereira

Boston, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

Marcel Lajos Breuer

Llewelly William Pitts

New York, New York

Beaumont, Texas

Gordon Bunshaft

John L. Rex

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Robert Carson

Malcolm D. Reynolds

New York, New York

Oakland, California

Angelo Robert Clas

George Vernon Russell

Washington, DC

Los Angeles, California

George Leighton Dahl

Preston Standish Stevens

Dallas, Texas

Atlanta, Georgia

Donald Qualtrough Faragher

Edward Durrell Stone

Rochester, New York

New York, New York

Theodore Reed Griest

George Cannon Young

Topeka, Kansas

Salt Lake City, Utah

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1959 aia president John Noble Richards

honorary fellows Jean Canaux France

cof chancellor

Luis Gonzalez Aparacio

Roy F. Larson

Mexico

Jean Jacques Haffner gold medal Walter Gropius edward c. kemper award Bradley P. Kidder

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France


1959 fellows William Stephen Allen Jr.

Charles Morton Goodman

Alfred Browning Parker

San Francisco, California

Washington, DC

Miami, Florida

Brother Cajetan John B. Bauman O.F.M.

Isaac Merritt Harrison

Harry M. Prince

Indianapolis, Indiana

New York, New York

New York, New York

Walk Claridge Jones Jr.

Michael L. Radoslovich

J. Murrell Bennett

Memphis, Tennessee

Long Island City, New York

Dallas, Texas

Raymond Stone Kastendieck

Thorne Sherwood

George Washington Wales Brewster

Gary, Indiana

Stamford, Connecticut

Boston, Massachusetts

Paul Hayden Kirk

G. E. Kidder Smith

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

James Lawrence

Wahl John Snyder

Brookline, Massachusetts

Miami, Florida

Samuel A. Lichtman

Harold Theodore Spitznagel

Chicago, Illinois

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Thomas William Mackesay

Oskar Stonorov

Ithaca, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Austin Wheeler Mather

Harry Bird Tour

Bridgeport, Connecticut

Knoxville, Tennessee

Thomas Francis McDonough

Harold C. Whitehouse

Boston, Massachusetts

Spokane, Washington

Herbert C. Millkey

Kenneth E. Wischmeyer

Atlanta, Georgia

St. Louis, Missouri

Edwin Bateman Morris Sr.

Henry F. Withey

Washington, DC

Sherman Oaks, California

Frederick Duncan Parham

Theodore John Young

New Orleans, Louisiana

New York, New York

Herbert Hamilton Brown Houston, Texas

Walter Edward Campbell Boston, Massachusetts

Hubert Hammond Crane Fort Worth, Texas

Thomas H. Creighton New York, New York

Robert W. Cutler New York, New York

Arthur Quentin Davis New Orleans, Louisiana

Robert L. Durham Seattle, Washington

Albert S. Golemon Houston, Texas

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The 196o investiture ceremony in the San Francisco City Hall

1960 aia president John Noble Richards

honorary fellows Santiago Agurto Calvo Peru

cof chancellor

Ramon Corona Martin

Roy F. Larson

Mexico

Jose Gnecco Fallon gold medal

Colombia

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

A. Guillermo Rossell Mexico

edward c. kemper award Philip D. Creer

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1960 fellows George Edward Beatty

Archie Quincy Jones Jr.

Chester Orville Root

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

San Jose, California

Martin Luther Beck

Kenneth Stone Kassler

Robert Watson Schmertz

Newark, New Jersey

Princeton, New Jersey

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

John Joseph Carey

Bradley Paige Kidder

Walter Scholer

Mobile, Alabama

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Lafayette, Indiana

Mario Joseph Ciampi

Vincent G. Kling

Daniel Schwartzman

San Francisco, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Gilbert Harold Coddington

Louis Bancel LaFarge

Solis Seiferth

Columbus, Ohio

New York, New York

New Orleans, Louisiana

Neil Joseph Convery

Geoffry Noel Lawford

John Walter Severinghaus

Newark, New Jersey

New York, New York

New York, New York

Charles Francis Davis Jr.

Robert M. Little

Chloethiel Woodard Smith

Birmingham, Alabama

Miami, Florida

Washington, DC

Charles Henry Dornbusch

Allan Gordon Lorimer

Harvey Partridge Smith

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

San Antonio, Texas

Lathrop Douglass

Harold Batchelder McEldowney

Robert Fitch Smith

Robert Alexander Eyerman

Chicago, Illinois

Hugh Asher Stubbins Jr.

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

John Wishart McLeod

Cambridge, Massachusetts

O’Neil Ford

Washington, DC

Robert Law Weed

San Antonio, Texas

H. Augustus O’Dell

Miami, Florida

Wayne Solomon Hertzka

Birmingham, Michigan

David Reichard Williams

San Francisco, California

John Hayes Pritchard

Lafayette, Louisiana

John Hunter Jr.

Tunica, Mississippi

Minoru Yamasaki

Altoona, Pennsylvania

Joseph Priestley Richardson

Birmingham, Michigan

Paul Robinson Hunter

Boston, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

Lutah Maria Riggs

Perry Bertil Johanson

Santa Barbara, California

Seattle, Washington

Burton Romberger

New York, New York

Newport Beach, California

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The 1961 investiture ceremony and President’s Reception at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

1961 aia president Philip Will Jr.

Shigeo Hirata Japan

cof chancellor

William Holford

Morris Ketchum Jr.

United Kingdom

gold medal

Charles Edouard JeanneretGris (Le Corbusier)

Charles Edouard JeanneretGris (Le Corbusier)

France

Jaime L. Marques Uruguay

edward c. kemper award

Kunio Mayekawa

Earl H. Reed

George Ronald Colin Muston

Japan New Zealand

honorary fellows Robert Alvarez Espinosa Mexico

Otilio A. Arellano Philippines

Carlos D. Arguelles Philippines

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Federico Ruiz-Guinazu Argentina

Antonio S. Sindiong Philippines

Harland Steele Canada

Marcelo Elejalde Vargas Peru


1961 fellows Richard L. Aeck

Frederick Charles Hummel

Ladislav Leland Rado

Atlanta, Georgia

Boise, Idaho

New York, New York

Arthur Thomas Brown

Edward David James

Eleanor Raymond

Tucson, Arizona

Indianapolis, Indiana

Boston, Massachusetts

Franklin S. Bunch

Sidney Leon Katz

Edwin Thorley Reeder

Jacksonville, Florida

New York, New York

Miami, Florida

Richard David Butterfield

John Lord King

Eberle M. Smith

West Hartford, Connecticut

San Francisco, California

Detroit, Michigan

Arcangelo Cascieri

Carl Koch

Moreland Griffith Smith

Boston, Massachusetts

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Birmingham, Alabama

Bartlett Cocke Sr.

Roland Leonard Linder

Herbert Hillhouse Swinburne

San Antonio, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cornelius Michael Deasy

John Patrick MacElwane

William Benjamin Tabler

Los Angeles, California

Toledo, Ohio

New York, New York

Thomas Farr Ellerbe

William Mooser Sr.

Thomas Chalmers Vint

St. Paul, Minnesota

San Francisco, California

Washington, DC

Donn Emmons

Samuel Z. Moskowitz

Joseph Watterson

San Francisco, California

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Carney Goldberg

Elliot Fette Noyes

Harry Weese

Boston, Massachusetts

New Canaan, Connecticut

Chicago, Illinois

Bernard John Grad

Richard W. E. Perrin

William Benjamin Wiener

Newark, New Jersey

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Shreveport, Louisiana

Olindo Grossi

Charles E. Peterson

Leonard Wolf

Brooklyn, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ames, Iowa

Victor David Gruen

George F. Pierce Jr.

Worley K. Wong

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

San Francisco, California

Alonzo Jesse Harriman

Frederic Hutchinson Porter Sr.

Philip Newell Youtz

Auburn, Maine

Cheyenne, Wyoming

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Robert Frank Hastings

Russell Sherwood Potter

Detroit, Michigan

Cincinnati, Ohio

Richard John Heidelberger

Beryl Price

Hempstead, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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The 1962 Class of Fellows receiving applause at the annual dinner in Dallas

1962 aia president Philip Will Jr.

honorary fellows J. H. van den Broeck Netherlands

cof chancellor

Emilio Duhart

Morris Ketchum Jr.

Chile

Hernan Larrain Errazuriz gold medal

Chile

Eero Saarinen

Jerzy Hryniewiecki Poland

architecture firm award

Arne Jacobsen

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Hector Mestre

Denmark Mexico

edward c. kemper award Harry D. Payne

John B. Parkin Canada

Steen Eiler Rasmussen Denmark

Ngo-Viet Thu Vietnam

Amancio Williams Argentina

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1962 fellows Cecil Alexander

Carl Feiss

Robert Warren Noble

Atlanta, Georgia

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

S. Robert Anshen

Clinton Gamble

Clarence J. Paderewski

San Francisco, California

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

San Diego, California

William Glenn Balch

George Foster Harrell

Joseph Julian Patterson

La Canada, California

Dallas, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas

Theodore C. Bernardi

Douglas Haskell

L. Frederick Richards

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Santa Clara, California

Romolo Bottelli Jr.

Herbert Howard Johnson

Linn Charles Smith

Maplewood, New Jersey

Miami, Florida

Birmingham, Michigan

Edwin Winford Carroll

Burton Kenneth Johnstone

Raphael S. Soriano

El Paso, Texas

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Tiburon, California

William Wayne Caudill

Ralph H. Kloppenburg

Donald J. Stewart

Houston, Texas

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Portland, Oregon

Alexander Smith Cochran

H. Samuel Eilts Kruse

Sidney Lloyd Stolte

Baltimore, Maryland

Miami, Florida

St. Paul, Minnesota

Charles R. Colbert

Howard Hamilton Mackey

John Carl Warnecke

New York, New York

Washington, DC

San Francisco, California

Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis Jr.

Harlan Ewart McClure

Maynard Winthrop Woodard

New Orleans, Louisiana

Pendelton, South Carolina

Los Angeles, California

Paul Woodhull Drake

Singleton Peabody Moorehead

New Jersey, New Jersey

Frederick Wallace Dunn

Williamsburg, Virginia

St. Louis, Missouri

Seth I. Morris Houston, Texas

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The annual dinner of the 1963 convention in Miami

1963 aia president Henry Lyman Wright

honorary fellows Felix Candela Mexico

cof chancellor

Andre Gutton

Paul A. Thiry

France

Constantin D. Kitsikis gold medal

Greece

Alvar Aalto

John Lovatt Davies Canada

edward c. kemper award

Oscar Niemeyer

Samuel E. Lunden

Gio Ponti

Brazil Italy

Kenzo Tange Japan

Hector Velezquez Moreno Mexico

Jose Villagran Garcia Mexico

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1963 fellows Roger Bailey

Edward A. Killingsworth

Reginald H. Roberts

Salt Lake City, Utah

Long Beach, California

San Antonio, Texas

Charles Julius Betts

Roger Yuen Lee

George T. Rockrise

Indianapolis, Indiana

Berkeley, California

San Francisco, California

Thomas J. Biggs

Sidney Wahl Little

Walter Sanders

Jackson, Mississippi

Tucson, Arizona

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Charles Alexander Blessing

Charles Luckman

John Scacchetti

Detroit, Michigan

Los Angeles, California

Union City, New Jersey

John Savage Bolles

Albin Reinhold Melander

G. Milton Small Sr.

San Francisco, California

Duluth, Minnesota

Raleigh, North Carolina

Clinton E. Brush III

Willis Nathaniel Mills

Lee Sorey

Nashville, Tennessee

Stamford, Connecticut

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Harrison Griffith Edwards

Frank Montana

Victor Steinbrueck

Atlanta, Georgia

South Bend, Indiana

Seattle, Washington

James Harrison Finch

George Nelson

John Stetson

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Palm Beach, Florida

James Herschel Fisher

Louis C. Page

Charles Rutan Strickland

Dallas, Texas

Austin, Texas

Plymouth, Massachusetts

William Edward Hartmann

Harry Daniel Payne

Frank Edward Watson

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Miami, Florida

Ernest Daniel Ivey

William Gray Purcell

Charles Day Woodford

Atlanta, Georgia

Pasadena, California

Los Angeles, California

Paul Henton Kea

I. Lloyd Roark

Hyattsville, Maryland

Kansas City, Missouri

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The annual dinner of the 1964 convention in St. Louis

1964 aia president J. Roy Carroll Jr.

honorary fellows Eugene Beaudouin France

cof chancellor

Max Bill

Paul A. Thiry

Switzerland

Edwin Maxwell Fry gold medal

United Kingdom

Pier Luigi Nervi

Luigi Moretti Italy

architecture firm award

Mario Pani

The Architects Collaborative

Arthur Stephenson

Mexico Australia

edward c. kemper award Daniel Schwartzman

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1964 fellows Thornton Montaigne Abell

Ludwig Karl Hilberseimer

Earl William Pellerin

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Detroit, Michigan

Alfred Lewis Adelott

Samuel T. Hurst

Theodore Prichard

Memphis, Tennessee

Los Angeles, California

Moscow, Idaho

William J. Bachman

Paul Frank Jernegan

John Erwin Ramsay

Hammond, Indiana

Misawaka, Indiana

Salisbury, North Carolina

Herbert Baumer

Eino Arthur Jyring

Louis Gordon Redstone

Columbus, Ohio

Hibbin, Minnesota

Detroit, Michigan

Wallace C. Bonsall

Arthur H. Keyes Jr.

Norman N. Rice

Los Angeles, California

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Erdman Walter Burkhardt

Robert S. Kitchen

Harry E. Rodman

Auburn, Alabama

San Francisco, California

Troy, New York

Robert George Cerny

Henry Klumb

Frederick G. Roth

Minneapolis, Minnesota

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Alfred V. Chaix

A. Lewis Koue

Maurice Emile Henri Rotival

Los Angeles, California

Oakland, California

New York, New York

James Allan Clark

Jean Labatut

Arthur A. Schiller

Lexington, Kentucky

Princeton, New Jersey

Manhasset, New York

Robert Lee Clemmer

John William Lawrence

Francis Bernard Sellew

Hickory, North Carolina

New Orleans, Louisiana

Boston, Massachusetts

C. Herbert Cowell

Herman Charles Light

Esmond Shaw

Houston, Texas

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

William Plummer Cox

William Gordon Lyles

Eric W. Smith Jr.

Memphis, Tennessee

Columbia, South Carolina

St. Louis, Missouri

Vernon De Mars

Eugene Joseph Mackey

Lester W. Smith

Berkeley, California

St. Louis, Missouri

Katonah, New York

Charles DuBose

Sherman Morss

Carl A. Strauss

Hartford, Connecticut

Boston, Massachusetts

Cincinnati, Ohio

William W. Eshbach

Charles Francis Murphy

William Laurens Van Alen

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Joseph Flad

John T. Murphy

Hari Van Hoefen

Madison, Wisconsin

Kansas City, Missouri

St. Louis, Missouri

Norman C. Fletcher

William Muschenheim

Garrett Van Pelt

Lexington, Massachusetts

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Montecito, California

Paul Auguste Goettelmann

Ralph Elbert Myers

Frederick Penn Weaver Jr.

Washington, DC

Kansas City, Missouri

Phoenix, Arizona

John M. Gray Jr.

Joseph Russell Passonneau

Wayne Richard Williams

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

South Pasadena, California

George J. Hasslein

Ieoh Ming Pei

Santa Barbara, California

New York, New York

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The President’s Reception at the Pan American Union, Washington, DC

1965 aia president Arthur Gould Odell Jr.

Hector Alfredo Guerra Uruguay

cof chancellor

Eduardo Kneese de Mello

G. Holmes Perkins

Brazil

Gabriel Largacha Manrique architecture firm award

Colombia

Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons

Brazil

edward c. kemper award Joseph Watterson

Rino Levi Rodrigo Mejia Andrion Panama

Luis Miro Quesada Peru

Ernesto Fuenmayor Nava honorary fellows

Venezuela

Fernando Belaunde Terry

Daniel Ramos Correas

Peru

Argentina

Ricardo Bermudez

Tomas Reyes Vicuna

Panama

Chile

Julian Ferris Betancourt

Gabriel Serrano Camargo

Venezuela

F. Bruce Brown Canada

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Colombia


1965 fellows Lawrence B. Anderson

Harwell Hamilton Harris

G. Scott Smitherman

Boston, Massachusetts

Raleigh, North Carolina

Shreveport, Louisiana

William F. R. Ballard

Frank L. Hope Sr.

Ross Lloyd Snedaker

New York, New York

San Diego, California

Salt Lake City, Utah

Richard S. Banwell

Philip C. Johnson

Oswald H. Thorson

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Waterloo, Iowa

Giorgio Cavaglieri

Lee B. Kline

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Frederic Richard Von Grossmann

Mario C. Celli

Amedeo Leone

Port Washington, Wisconsin

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Detroit, Michigan

William John Wagner Jr.

James Joseph Chiarelli

Robert Andrews Little

Des Moines, Iowa

Seattle, Washington

Cleveland, Ohio

Philip Armour Wilber

William Francis Cody

Alfred Preis

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Palm Springs, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Fred Carter Williams

Robert H. Dietz

Ralph Rapson

Raleigh, North Carolina

Seattle, Washington

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Adrian Jennings Wilson

Robert Elkington

William Hunt Scheick

Los Angeles, California

St. Louis, Missouri

Washington, DC

Arch Reese Winter

Joseph Esherick

Louie Lorraine Scribner

Mobile, Alabama

San Francisco, California

Charlottesville, Virginia

Karel Henry Yasko

Joseph Thompson Fraser Jr.

Josep Luis Sert

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cambridge, Massachusetts

David N. Yerkes

William Ernest Freeman Jr.

George Patton Simonds

Washington, DC

Greenville, South Carolina

Oakland, California

Terrell Ray Harper

Frank Robert Slezak

Dallas, Texas

Kansas City, Missouri

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Kenzo Tange, the 1966 Gold Medalist, at the convocation of Fellows in Denver

1966 aia president Morris Ketchum Jr.

Aarne Ervi Finland

cof chancellor

Hilario Galguera III

G. Holmes Perkins

Mexico

Denys Louis Lasdun gold medal

United Kingdom

Kenzo Tange

Rafael Norma Mexico

edward c. kemper award

Alfred Roth

William W. Eshbach

Harry Seidler

Switzerland Australia

honorary fellows Jacob Berend Bakema Netherlands

Ralph Erskine Sweden

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Gerrard Venne Canada

Bernard Henri Zehrfuss France


1966 fellows Rex Whitaker Allen

Andrew J. Ferendino

A. Stanley McGaughan

San Francisco, California

Miami, Florida

Washington, DC

Joseph Amisano

William Wallstone Freeman

William Dickey Merrill

Atlanta, Georgia

Burlington, Vermont

Honolulu, Hawaii

Louis Watkins Ballou

Arthur Froehlich

Howard H. Morgridge

Richmond, Virginia

Beverly Hills, California

Los Angeles, California

Edward Larrabee Barnes

Charles E. Fry

Ralph O. Mott

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Fort Smith, Arkansas

James J. W. Biggers

Victor C. Gilbertson

Suren Pilafian

Columbus, Georgia

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Detroit, Michigan

Leslie N. Boney Jr.

Bertrand Goldberg

Robert Billsbrough Price

Wilmington, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Tacoma, Washington

Philip W. Bourne

Bruce J. Graham

Ambrose Madison Richardson

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Champaign, Illinois

Robert John Brocker

Charles Thompson Granger Jr.

Arthur Rigolo

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Austin, Texas

Clifton, New Jersey

Paul B. Brown

G. Harold W. Haag

Dahlen K. Ritchey

Detroit, Michigan

Jenkintown, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

John Stanley Carver

William Egler Haible

Clarence Henry Rosa

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boston, Massachusetts

Lansing, Michigan

Grosvenor Chapman

Donald L. Hardison

Bernard B. Rothschild

Washington, DC

Richmond, California

Atlanta, Georgia

James Ford Clapp Jr.

Thomas Thurman Hayes Jr.

Ronald S. Senseman

Boston, Massachusetts

Southern Pines, North Carolina

Washington, DC

Kenneth S. Clark

James Calvin Hemphill Jr.

John D. Sweeney

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Charlotte, North Carolina

St. Louis, Missouri

Frank W. Crimp

Dean Farrar Hilfinger

Peter Tarapata

Boston, Massachusetts

Bloomington, Illinois

Detroit, Michigan

Louis de Moll

Santiago Iglesias Jr.

Harwood Taylor

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

Houston, Texas

Bernard J. DeVries

Philip Ives

Max O. Urbahn

Muskegon, Michigan

New York, New York

New York, New York

Gerald George Diehl

F. Lamar Kelsey Jr.

Wayne McClellan Weber

Detroit, Michigan

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Lafayette, Indiana

Roy M. Drew

Sol King

Harry C. Weller

San Diego, California

Detroit, Michigan

Pullman, Washington

Marvin Eickenroht

Francis D. Lethbridge

Theo Ballou White

San Antonio, Texas

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

James W. Elmore

Angus McCallum

Gin Dan Wong

Tempe, Arizona

Kansas City, Missouri

Los Angeles, California

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The annual dinner of the 1967 convention in New York City

1967 aia president Charles M. Ness Jr.

honorary fellows Alfred Victor Alvares Hong Kong

cof chancellor

The Viscount Esher

Norman L. Schlossman

United Kingdom

Charles A. E. Fowler gold medal

Canada

Wallace K. Harrison

Oswaldo Jimeno Aguilar Peru

architecture firm award

Junzo Sakakura

Hugh Stubbins & Associates

Karl Schwanzer

Japan Austria

edward c. kemper award Robert H. Levison

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1967 fellows Alfred S. Alschuler Jr.

John J. Desmond

Albert L. Haskins Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Raleigh, North Carolina

Ralph A. Anderson Jr.

Albert M. Dreyfuss

Frederick Hamlin Hobbs

Houston, Texas

La Jolla, California

Columbus, Ohio

Alexander H. Bacci

Philmer J. Ellerbrock

Victorine du Pont Homsey

Chicago, Illinois

Corona del Mar, California

Wilmington, Delaware

Frederick E. Bassetti

Theodore L. Eschweiler

Charles S. Ingham

Seattle, Washington

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Albert B. Bauer

R. Rea Esgar

Joseph Yandell Johnson

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Little Rock, Arkansas

Rex L. Becker

John Lane Evans

Hugh McKittrick Jones

St. Louis, Missouri

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Guilford, Connecticut

Preston Morgan Bolton

W. J. Evans

Edward Anthony Kane

Houston, Texas

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Edwardsville, Illinois

Simon Breines

Miguel Ferrer

George Edward Kassabaum

New York, New York

Santruce, Puerto Rico

St. Louis, Missouri

Kenneth W. Brooks

Max Flatow

Charles Erwin King

Spokane, Washington

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

George David Brown Jr.

Robert L. Geddes

Clarence Kivett

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Kansas City, Missouri

Marshall Dwight Brown

Charles Booher Genther

Carl Theodore Larson

Kansas City, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Henry C. Burge

Grayson W. Gill

Grinnell Willis Locke

Pasadena, California

Dallas, Texas

Baltimore, Maryland

Alan Burnham

Michael Goodman

Victor A. Lundy

New York, New York

Berkeley, California

New York, New York

David Holt Condon

Lester C. Haas

Donald H. Lutes

Washington, DC

Shreveport, Louisiana

Springfield, Oregon

Edwin B. Cromwell

Willard Steele Hahn

Chris Revell Maiwald

Little Rock, Arkansas

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Moline, Illinois

George Edson Danforth

George Naylor Hall

Joseph Francis Morbito

Chicago, Illinois

Gary, Indiana

Kent, Ohio

Edward Dupaquier Dart

Mark Garrison Hampton

Edward A. Moulthrop

Chicago, Illinois

Tampa, Florida

Atlanta, Georgia

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Noverre Musson

Herbert Livingston Smith III

Columbus, Ohio

Norfolk, Virginia

George Nemeny

Linus Burr Smith

New York, New York

Lincoln, Nebraska

Walter Andrew Netsch

J. Rowland Snyder

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

Buford Pickens

Walter Howard Sobel

St. Louis, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

Stephen Hinley Richardson

Edward Anders Sovik

Seattle, Washington

Northfield, Minnesota

Charles H. Richter Jr.

Allen John Strang

Baltimore, Maryland

Madison, Wisconsin

Burton Lowe Rockwell

Osvaldo L. Toro

San Francisco, California

Santurce, Puerto Rico

Archibald Coleman Rogers

Mace Tungate Jr.

Baltimore, Maryland

Houston, Texas

Isadore Rosenfield

Charles F. Ward Jr.

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

T. Trip Russell

Gordon G. Wittenberg

Miami, Florida

Little Rock, Arkansas

Julius S. Sandstedt

Louis Michael Wolff

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Columbia, South Carolina

Nicholas Satterlee

Hachiro Yuasa

Washington, DC

Berkeley, California

George Frederick Schatz

Simon Bernard Zelnik

Cincinnati, Ohio

New York, New York

Walter Scholer Jr. Lafayette, Indiana

Adolph R. Scrimenti Somerville, New Jersey

Harry W. Seckel Paris, France

Bruce Harry Smith Detroit, Michigan

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The 1968 investiture ceremony in Portland’s Masonic Temple

1968 aia president Robert L. Durham

honorary fellows Franco Albini Italy

cof chancellor

Georges Candilis

Norman L. Schlossman

France

Charles Edouard Geisendorf gold medal

Switzerland

Marcel Breuer

Eric Alfred Lyons United Kingdom

architecture firm award

Frei Otto

I. M. Pei & Partners

James E. Searle

Germany Canada

edward c. kemper award E. James Gambaro

Gin Djib Su Hong Kong

Leslie Hugh Wilson United Kingdom

Isoya Yoshida Japan

Bruno Zevi Italy

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1968 fellows Joseph Henry Abel

Louis Edwin Fry Sr.

Cyril W. Lemmon

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Honolulu, Hawaii

Richard Winston Ayers

Harmon H. Goldstone

Robert H. Levison

Baltimore, Maryland

New York, New York

Clearwater, Florida

David C. Baer

Aaron G. Green

Houston, Texas

San Francisco, California

Elmer Augustinus Lundberg Jr.

Howard Barnstone

Earle Grady Hamilton

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Houston, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Charles H. MacMahon Jr.

Max Barth

Robert Edward Hansen

Detroit, Michigan

Washington, DC

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

T. Norman Mansell

Carl Ellsworth Bentz

John C. Haro

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Columbus, Ohio

Detroit, Michigan

Carl Maston

Noland Blass Jr.

Harold Dana Hauf

Los Angeles, California

Little Rock, Arkansas

Los Angeles, California

Gerald M. McCue

Wilfred Edwin Blessing

John Norbert Highland Jr.

Berkely, California

San Jose, California

Buffalo, New York

Paul Durbin McCurry

Joseph Blumenkranz

David Hull Horn

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Fresno, California

Walter McQuade

William E. Blurock

Victor Hornbein

New York, New York

Corona del Mar, California

Denver, Colorado

Milton Milstein

Daniel Boone

Gilbert R. Horton

Buffalo, New York

Abilene, Texas

Jamestown, North Dakota

John M. Morse

Daniel Brenner

Leonard Le Grande Hunter

Seattle, Washington

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

William C. Muchow

C. William Brubaker

Huson Jackson

Denver, Colorado

Chicago, Illinois

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Donald Eugene Neptune

Orin Miles Bullock Jr.

R. Graham Jackson

Pasadena, California

Balitmore, Maryland

Houston, Texas

Enslie Orsen Oglesby Jr.

Walker O. Cain

Francis Haynes Jencks

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

Walter F. Petty

William Corlett

Marvin R. A. Johnson

Columbia, South Carolina

San Francisco, California

Raleigh, North Carolina

John C. Portman Jr.

Richard Lee Dorman

S. Kenneth Johnson

Atlanta, Georgia

Beverly Hills, California

Los Angeles, California

George W. Qualls

Daniel L. Dworsky

Richard Arthur Kimball

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Los Angeles, California

Salisbury, Connecticut

Matthew Laflin Rockwell

S. Scott Ferebee Jr.

Charles Edwin Lamb

Chicago, Illinois

Charlotte, North Carolina

Baltimore, Maryland

Roland Gommel Roessner

Henry Chandlee Forman

Ellamae Ellis League

Austin, Texas

Easton, Maryland

Macon, Georgia

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Richard Roth Sr.

Joseph Tuchman

New York, New York

Akron, Ohio

Ivan H. Smith

James Grote VanDerpool

Jacksonville, Florida

New York, New York

Merritt H. Starkweather

Harold E. Wagoner

Tucson, Arizona

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Claude Stoller

David Alexander Wallace

San Francisco, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

J. Robert F. Swanson

Elliot L. Whitaker

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Columbus, Ohio

Clinton Charles Ternstrom

E. Davis Wilcox

Los Angeles, California

Tyler, Texas

Elisabeth Kendall Thompson

William D. Wilson

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

David Fenton Michie Todd

John Le Baron Wright

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

Jack Durkee Train

Raymond Ziegler

Chicago, Illinois

Altadena, California

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1969 aia president George E. Kassabaum

honorary fellows Joaquin Alvarez Ordonez Mexico

cof chancellor

Hugh Maxwell Casson

John Noble Richards

United Kingdom

William Dunkel gold medal

Switzerland

William Wilson Wurster

Werner Duttman Germany

architecture firm award

Preben Hansen

Jones & Emmons

Norman Hay McMurrich

Denmark Canada

edward c. kemper award Philip J. Meathe

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1969 fellows Charles K. Agle

Francis Paul Gassner

Frank J. Matzke

Princeton, New Jersey

Memphis, Tennessee

Albany, New York

Leonard D. Blackford

Hugh Gibbs

Bruce McCarty

Sacramento, California

Long Beach, California

Knoxville, Tennessee

Samuel Brody

Kemper G. Goodwin

Harley J. McKee

New York, New York

Tempe, Arizona

Syracuse, New York

Leon Brown

Walter Gordon

Philip J. Meathe

Washington, DC

Portland, Oregon

Detroit, Michigan

Henrik Bull

Jules Gregory

Louis Menk

San Francisco, California

Lambertville, New Jersey

Detroit, Michigan

Georgius Young Cannon

Fred Melville Guirey

Germano Milono

Salt Lake City, Utah

Phoenix, Arizona

San Francisco, California

M. Elliott Carroll

John C. Harkness

Ehrman Burkman Mitchell Jr.

Chevy Chase, Maryland

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Elizabeth Scheu Close

Jay Dewey Harnish

Jesse Oron Morgan Jr.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Ontario, California

Shreveport, Louisiana

Winston A. Close

Michael Marcus-Myer Harris

David G. Murray

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New York, New York

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Jack Cary Cohen

Robert Otto Hausner

Daniel J. Nacht

Silver Spring, Maryland

Chicago, Illinois

Sacramento, California

Spencer Burtis Cone

August F. Hoenack

Gyo Obata

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

St. Louis, Missouri

Eugene Eleuthere duPont Crawford

Harry James Holroyd

James Norman Pease Jr.

Columbus, Ohio

Charlotte, North Carolina

San Rafael, California

William Dudley Hunt Jr.

John W. Peirce

Leonard J. Currie

Washington, DC

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

John M. Johansen

John E. Pekruhn

Lewis Davis

New York, New York

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Raymond Kappe

Walter S. Pierce

Frederic L. Day Jr.

Los Angeles, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Gustave R. Keane

Jan Hird Pokorny

A. Henry Detweiler

New York, New York

New York, New York

Ithaca, New York

William Keck

Robert Alonzo Ritterbush

Frederick E. Emmons

Chicago, Illinois

Bismarck, North Dakota

Los Angeles, California

Harris A. Kemp

Kenneth W. Roehrig

Edward H. Fickett

Dallas, Texas

Honolulu, Hawaii

Los Angeles, California

William Kessler

John Miles Rowlett

Joseph Hilar Flad

Detroit, Michigan

Houston, Texas

Madison, Wisconsin

Alan Kemp Laing

George Van Fossen Schwab

Urbana, Illinois

Baltimore, Maryland

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Allen George Siple Beverly Hills, California

Richard Wilson Snibbe New York, New York

Pat Yates Spillman Dallas, Texas

Edwin T. Stefflan Boston, Massachusetts

Joseph Stein Waterbury, Connecticut

Richard G. Stein New York, New York

Calvin C. Straub Tempe, Arizona

D. Coder Taylor Chicago, Illinois

Mitchell Van Bourg Berkeley, California

Lawrence G. Waldron Seattle, Washington

Frederick S. Webster Syracuse, New York

Arthur Blose White Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

James R. Wilkinson Atlanta, Georgia

Arthur Osborne Willauer Boston, Massachusetts

Floyd Orson Wolfenbarger Manhattan, Kansas

C. Clark Zantzinger Jr. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Norman C. Zimmer Portland, Oregon

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President Allen addresses the Class of Fellows at the 197o investiture in Boston

1970 aia president Rex Whitaker Allen

honorary fellows Te Lin Chang Taiwan

cof chancellor

William G. Leithead

John Noble Richards

Canada

Richard Llewelyn-Davies gold medal

United Kingdom

Richard Buckminster Fuller

Jorge L. Medellin Mexico

architecture firm award

Togo Murano

Ernest J. Kump Associates

Arieh Sharon

Japan Israel

edward c. kemper award Ulysses Floyd Rible

Edouard Utudjian France

Jorn Utzorn Denmark

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1970 fellows Bissell Alderman

Richard L. Howland

John Randolph Myer

West Springfield, Massachusetts

West Hartford, Connecticut

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Stuart Oliver Baesel

Donald Edward Jarvis

William B. O’Neal

Charlotte, North Carolina

Dallas, Texas

Charlottesville, Virginia

Howard R. Barr

Floyd E. Johnson

Donald E. Olsen

Austin, Texas

Charlottesville, Virginia

Berkeley, California

Gunnar Birkerts

Robert Lawton Jones

S. Glen Paulsen

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Peter Jost Blake

Harry Kale

David Layne Perkins

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lafayette, Louisiana

Carl R. Blanchard Jr.

Gertrude Lempp Kerbis

Robert Joseph Platt

New Haven, Connecticut

Chicago, Illinois

San Diego, California

Prentice Bradley

Joseph Bertram King

David Arthur Pugh

Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Asheville, North Carolina

Lake Oswego, Oregon

George Bickford Brigham

Gerhardt T. Kramer

John Rea

Ann Arbor, Michigan

St. Louis, Missouri

Altoona, Pennsylvania

Thomas A. Bullock Sr.

Samuel M. Kurtz

William Vernon Reed

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

Bailey M. Cadman

Lawrence Bailis Lackey Jr.

Paul M. Rudolph

Troy, New York

San Rafael, California

New York, New York

Dan C. Cowling

John E. Lautner

A. Bailey Ryan

Little Rock, Arkansas

Hollywood, California

Louisville, Kentucky

B. W. Crain Jr.

Alan Liddle

B. Frank Schlesinger

Houston, Texas

Tacoma, Washington

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Clayton B. Dekle

Mark Perrin Lowrey

Richard Sharpe

Nashville, Tennessee

New Orleans, Louisiana

Norwich, Connecticut

J. Everette Fauber Jr.

Carter H. Manny Jr.

Hilliard Thomas Smith Jr.

Lynchburg, Virginia

Chicago, Illinois

Lake Worth, Florida

Ulrich Franzen

Robert B. Marquis

Neill Smith

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

Sanford R. Greenfield

H. Roll McLaughlin

James Arthur Swackhamer

Boston, Massachusetts

Carmel, Indiana

Somerville, New Jersey

Dean Leonard Gustavson

Joseph Miller

Arch B. Swank Jr.

Salt Lake City, Utah

Washington, DC

Dallas, Texas

Cabell Gwathmey

Charles Willard Moore

Joseph F. Thomas

San Francisco, California

New Haven, Connecticut

Pasadena, California

Harry William Harmon

Robert Mosher

Emanuel N. Turano

Sherman Oaks, California

La Jolla, California

New York, New York

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Burnett C. Turner Los Angeles, California

Philip Shirley Wadsworth Portland, Oregon

Robertson Ward Jr. Chicago, Illinois

Robert Charles Weinberg New York, New York

Richard H. Wheeler Cincinnati, Ohio

H. Robert Wilmsen Portland, Oregon

William Woollett Los Angeles, California

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The Detroit Institute of Arts, site of the 1971 investiture ceremony

1971 aia president Robert F. Hastings

honorary fellows Gordon R. Arnott Canada

cof chancellor

Carl Aubock

J. Roy Carroll Jr.

Austria

John Michael Austin-Smith gold medal

United Kingdom

Louis I. Kahn

Jacques Barge France

architecture firm award

Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi

Albert Kahn Associates, Inc.

Gustavo Gallo Carpio

India Mexico

edward c. kemper award Gerald McCue

Alex Johan Henri Maria Haak Netherlands

Kiyonori Kikutake Tokyo, Japan

Jean Louis Lalonde Canada

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1971 fellows Gerald Lou Allison

Jean Roth Driskel

Wayne F. Koppes

Honolulu, Hawaii

South Pasadena, California

Basking Ridge, New Jersey

Ronald R. Allwork

William Edward Dunlap

Gillet Lefferts Jr.

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

George Adrian Applegarth

Benjamin P. Elliott

Murvan Morris Maxwell

San Francisco, California

Potomac, Maryland

New Orleans, Louisiana

Edmund N. Bacon

Lawrence Albert Enersen

Henry Dustin Mirick

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lincoln, Nebraska

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Kenneth E. Bentsen

Hermann Haviland Field

Frederick Doveton Nichols

Houston, Texas

Medford, Massachusetts

Charlottesville, Virginia

Frederick J. Bentz

Howard A. Friedman

Louis Arthur Oliver

Minneapolis, Minnesota

San Francisco, California

Norfolk, Virginia

J. Buchanan Blitch Sr.

William James Geddis

John Hans Ostwald

New Orleans, Louisiana

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Berkeley, California

John Harold Box

Marvin Edward Goody

Walter G. Peter Jr.

Arlington, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Washington, DC

Albert Orin Bumgardner

E. Keith Haag

J. Gerald Phelan

Seattle, Washington

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Bridgeport, Connecticut

Charles Burchard

Frank B. Hunt

Ralph Pomerance

Blacksburg, Virginia

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Richard Edward Collins Sr.

John Willard Huntington

James G. Pulliam

Silver Spring, Maryland

Hartford, Connecticut

Los Angeles, California

Bruno P. Conterato

Hugh Newell Jacobsen

John Gunnar Rauma

Geneva, Illinois

Washington, DC

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Whitson William Cox

Henry A. Jandl

George Swiler Sowden

Sacramento, California

Princeton, New Jersey

Fort Worth, Texas

Robert Ramsden Cueman

Leland Wiggins King

William Bradford Sprout Jr.

Summit, New Jersey

Atherton, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Arthur F. Deam

Don R. Knorr

Russell Lee Stecker

Deland, Florida

San Francisco, California

Bloomfield, Connecticut

Russell Orrin Deeter

Pierre Francis Koenig

Frederick Gordon Stickel

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Los Angeles, California

Troy, Michigan

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Robert Shaw Sturgis Cambridge, Massachusetts

Marvin D. Suer Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

Gray Taylor Stamford, Connecticut

Edward Leighton Varney Jr. Phoenix, Arizona

William F. Vosbeck Jr. Alexandria, Virginia

Hobart D. Wagener Boulder, Colorado

Francis R. Walton Daytona Beach, Florida

Raymond L. Watson Newport Beach, California

Payson Rex Webber Rutland, Vermont

William Paul Wenzler Milwaukee, Wisconsin

George M. White Washington, DC

A. Richard Williams Champaign, Illinois

Michael Wornum Mill Valley, California

Ralph P. Youngren Chicago, Illinois

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The 1972 investiture ceremony at the Miller Outdoor Theatre, Houston

1972 aia president Maximillian O. Urbahn cof chancellor J. Roy Carroll Jr. gold medal Pietro Belluschi architecture firm award Caudill Rowlett Scott edward c. kemper award David N. Yerkes whitney m. young jr. award

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Robert J. Nash


honorary fellows Luis Jesus Arizmendi Amiel Spain

Jai Rattan Bhalla India

Henri-Marie Delaage France

Roy Grounds Australia

Thomas Howarth Canada

Vayden R. McMorris Jamaica

1972 fellows

Chicago, Illinois

Bruce A. Abrahamson

David L. Eggers

St. Paul, Minnesota

New York, New York

Gregory Ain

William L. Ensign

Los Angeles, California

Washington, DC

Richard Monroe Arnold

John Fisher-Smith

Phoenix, Arizona

San Francisco, California

Edward E. Bartz Jr.

John Frederick Gane

Belleville, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Thomas J. Bissett

Abraham W. Geller

Columbia, South Carolina

New York, New York

Robert L. Bliss

Raymond Girvigian

Gueorgui Mikhaylovich

Salt Lake City, Utah

South Pasadena, California

Orlov

Robert D. Bolling

Myron Goldsmith

USSR

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Luis Ortiz Macedo

David R. Braden

E. Carleton Granbery Jr.

Mexico

Dallas, Texas

New Haven, Connecticut

Michael Scott

Joseph Myron Brocato

Francis S. Haines

Ireland

Alexandria, Louisiana

Honolulu, Hawaii

Harry Alexander Bruno

Ernest H. Hara

Oakland, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

James I. Campbell

Julian Hoke Harris

Baltimore, Maryland

Atlanta, Georgia

DeVon Carlson

Morton Hartman

Boulder, Colorado

Chicago, Illinois

Henry Nichols Cobb

Frank Lewis Hope Jr.

New York, New York

San Diego, California

William J. Conklin

Fred Ernest Hummel

New York, New York

Sacramento, California

Herman G. Cox Jr.

William Byron Ireland

Fort Worth, Texas

Columbus, Ohio

Raymond David Crites

Joe J. Jordan

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Betty Lou Custer

Carl F. W. Kaelber Jr.

University City, Missouri

Rochester, New York

Leo Anthony Daly

William L. Larson

Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha, Nebraska

Homer T. Delawie

Richard Roberts Leitch

San Diego, California

Newport Beach, California

Martin David Dubin

Eason Harris Leonard

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New York, New York

College Station, Texas

Allen Yuen Lew

Frederick W. Salogga

Fresno, California

Decatur, Illinois

Robert Joseph John Locatell

Carlos R. Sanz

Atlanta, Georgia

Santurce, Puerto Rico

Louis R. Lundgren

John H. Schruben

St. Paul, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Leslie Bruce Mabrey

Nils Mark Schweizer

Corpus Christi, Texas

Winter Park, Florida

William Marshall Jr.

Wallie Eugene Scott Jr.

Norfolk, Virginia

Houston, Texas

Robert Bernard Martin

Hugh Shepley

Lincoln City, Oregon

Boston, Massachusetts

Carroll Stewart McNulty Jr.

Joseph N. Smith III

Stamford, Connecticut

Atlanta, Georgia

Robert C. Metcalf

Macon S. Smith

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Raleigh, North Carolina

Maynard W. Meyer

Robert Stanton

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Carmel, California

Henry Forster Miller

Douglas E. Steinman Jr.

Orange, Connecticut

Beaumont, Texas

Hugo V. Neuhaus Jr.

Walter Stromquist

Houston, Texas

Palo Alto, California

Julius Victor Neuhaus III

Edward Sullam

Houston, Texas

Honolulu, Hawaii

Rai Yukio Okamoto

Gene Rudolph Summers

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

Raymond Charles Ovresat

Alan Y. Taniguchi

Chicago, Illinois

Austin, Texas

Patroklos John Papadopulos

Anderson Todd

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

H. Morse Payne

Wilhelm Viggo Von Moltke

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Cambridge, Massachusetts

William M. Peña

John Louis Wilson

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Mark Arthur Pfaller

Clark Dolan Wold

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

St. Paul, Minnesota

Darrel D. Rippeteau

Thomas W. D. Wright

Watertown, New York

Washington, DC

Edward John Romieniec

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The 1973 investiture ceremony in the San Francisco City Hall

1973 aia president S. Scott Ferebee Jr. cof chancellor U. Floyd Rible architecture firm award Shepley Bulfinch Richardson Abbott edward c. kemper award Bernard B. Rothschild whitney m. young jr. award Architects Workshop

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of Philadelphia


honorary fellows Nicolai Barfolomeitch Baranov USSR

Justus Dahinden Switzerland

G. Robert LeRicolais France

Nikola Ivanor Nikolov Bulgaria

Fabio Penteado Brazil

Roland Rainer Austria

Cyril Frederick Thomas Rounthwaite Canada

Takeo Satow Japan

Manuel de la Sierra-Amieva Mexico

John Newenham Summerson United Kingdom

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1973 fellows

Yonkers, New York

Roy O. Allen Jr.

James J. Foley

New York, New York

Columbus, Ohio

Seymour Auerbach

Louis E. Fry Jr.

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Nolan Ellmore Barrick

Robert F. Gatje

Lubbock, Texas

New York, New York

Sigmund Francis Blum

Preston M. Geren Jr.

Franklin, Michigan

Fort Worth, Texas

Carl Leroy Bradley

Edwin James Goodwin Jr.

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Houston, Texas

Melvin Brecher

Landis Gores

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New Canaan, Connecticut

Donald Frederick Burr

John Byron Hackler

Tacoma, Washington

Peoria, Illinois

Gates Wilson Burrows

Richard Frank Hammel

Santa Ana, California

St. Paul, Minnesota

Jean Paul Carlhian

Wilbert Roland Hasbrouck

Boston, Massachusetts

Palos Park, Illinois

William A. Carlisle

Herman Adolph Hassinger

Columbia, South Carolina

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ward Wyatt Deems

William H. Heidtmann

San Diego, California

White Plains, New York

Joseph George Durrant

George F. Hellmuth

Watertown, Wisconsin

St. Louis, Missouri

Robert Erick Fehlberg

Charles Emmet Herbert

Billings, Montana

Des Moines, Iowa

Joseph Farley Fitzgerald

Eleazar Dias Herreras

Chicago, Illinois

Tucson, Arizona

Earl Robert Flansburgh

Albert John Huber

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Edward Fleagle

Bryden Bordley Hyde

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Baltimore, Maryland

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Phillip Lee Jacobson

John V. Sheoris

Seattle, Washington

Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan

Alfred A. Lama

Edward H. Shirley

Brooklyn, New York

Atlanta, Georgia

Charles E. Lawrence

Bernard P. Spring

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

John C. LeBey

Frederick A. Stahl

Savannah, Georgia

Boston, Massachusetts

Charles Walter Lessig

Earl M. Starnes

Washington, DC

Tallahassee, Florida

Harry B. Mahler

Stanley Tigerman

Newark, New Jersey

Chicago, Illinois

Arthur Edwin Mann

Mathew L. Virden III

Los Angeles, California

Greenville, Mississippi

Lockett Brooks Martin

Richard E. Vrooman

San Antonio, Texas

College Station, Texas

George Matsumoto

Robertson Ward

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

David O. Meeker Jr.

Charles H. Wheatley

Indianapolis, Indiana

Charlotte, North Carolina

Kurt W. Meyer

Norval Crawford White

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Ewing H. Miller

Saul Zaik

Terre Haute, Indiana

Portland, Oregon

Omer L. Mithun Bellevue, Washington

Robert Johnson Nash Washington, DC

Joseph Neufeld New York, New York

C. Herbert Paseur Houston, Texas

Charles T. Pearson Tacoma, Washington

James Stewart Polshek New York, New York

James Pratt Dallas, Texas

Louis Sauer

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1974

honorary fellows Luis Barragan Mexico

Henryk Buszko Poland

aia president Archibald Coleman Rogers cof chancellor Albert S. Goleman

Juan Jose Casal Rocco Uruguay

Allan E. Duffus Canada

Alex Gordon United Kingdom

architecture firm award

Colin Laird

Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates

Andre Remondet

edward c. kemper award Jack D. Train whitney m. young jr. award Stephen Cram 180

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Trinidad & Tobago France

German Samper Gnecco Colombia

Peter Faulkner Shepheard United Kingdom

Michel Weill France


1974 fellows Armand Phillip Bartos

Herbert E. Duncan Jr.

Horace Mather Lippincott Jr.

New York, New York

Kansas City, Missouri

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

MacDonald G. Becket

Robert Elleara

Robert P. Madison

Los Angeles, California

St. Louis, Missouri

Cleveland, Ohio

Herbert Beckhard

Robert E. Entzeroth

Clinton Marr Jr.

New York, New York

St. Louis, Missouri

Riverside, California

George Bissell

Herbert Epstein

David A. McKinley

Newport Beach, California

Brooklyn, New York

Seattle, Washington

Howard T. Blanchard

Geoffrey W. Fairfax

Louis A. McMillen

Garden City, Kansas

Honolulu, Hawaii

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Elmer Eugene Botsai

Howard T. Fisher

William H. Metcalf Jr.

San Francisco, California

Newmarket, New Hampshire

Washington, DC

John Bozalis

Richard J. Fleischman

Gary Linn Michael

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Portland, Oregon

William Robert Brockway

William L. Fletcher

Harvin Cooper Moore

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Portland, Oregon

Houston, Texas

Fred W. Butner Jr.

Richard C. Frank

Julian Joseph Neski

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Ann Arbor, Michigan

New York, New York

Mario E. Campioli

Rodney Francis Friedman

Paul Murff O’Neal Jr.

Washington, DC

Belvedere, California

Shreveport, Louisiana

Arthur Ralph Cogswell Jr.

Frank O. Gehry

William T. Priestley

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Santa Monica, California

Lake Forest, Illinois

Andrew S. Cohen

Harry Golemon

William Ryder Reed

Waterbury, Connecticut

Houston, Texas

Tacoma, Washington

John P. Conron

Ezra Gordon

Walter J. Richardson

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Chicago, Illinois

Costa Mesa, California

Araldo Alfred Cossutta

David Nelson Haid

James S. Rossant

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Walter Henry Costa

James Wright Hammond

Herman Otto Ruhnau

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

Riverside, California

Warren W. Cunningham

John A. Holabird Jr.

Lloyd Anthony Ruocco

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

San Diego, California

Natalie G. DeBlois

Granville Warner Hurley

Stanley Salzman

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Eugene A. Delmar

William Robert Jenkins

Nathaniel W. Sample

Silver Spring, Maryland

Houston, Texas

Madison, Wisconsin

David R. Dibner

Matt Lawrence Jorgensen

Charles M. Sappenfield

West Orange, New Jersey

Atlanta, Georgia

Muncie, Indiana

Rockwell King DuMoulin

James T. Lendrum

James A. Scheeler

Wakefield, Rhode Island

Phoenix, Arizona

Washington, DC

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Robert J. Schultz Mishawaka, Indiana

David M. Scott Pullman, Washington

Frank Slavsky Honolulu, Hawaii

Hamilton P. Smith New York, New York

Charles B. Soule Chevy Chase, Maryland

Rolland Dinwiddie Thompson New York, New York

Roy Norman Thorshov Minneapolis, Minnesota

Danforth Wallace Toan New York, New York

Richard L. Tully Columbus, Ohio

Morris D. Verger Los Angeles, California

Ben Weese Chicago, Illinois

Helge Westermann New York, New York

Kenneth D. Wheeler Newark, New Jersey

John M. Woodbridge Berkeley, California

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The city of Atlanta, under construction during the 1975 convention

1975 aia president William Marshall Jr.

honorary fellows Janos Bohonyey Hungary

cof chancellor

Guillermo Carrillo Arena

Robert S. Hutchins

Mexico

Giancarlo De Carlo architecture firm award

Italy

Davis, Brody & Associates

Spain

edward c. kemper award F. Carter Williams whitney m. young jr. award Van B. Bruner Jr.

Juan Gonzalez Cebrian Rutilo Malacara Mexico

Luben N. Tonev Bulgaria

Roger Talbot Walters United Kingdom

Bernard Wood Canada

Carlos Asensio Wunderlich Guatemala

Junzo Yoshimura Japan

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1975 fellows John M. Amundson

George Valentine Gray

Willis C. Leenhouts

Eugene, Oregon

West Sand Lake, New York

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Rob Roy Bittman Jr.

Thomas E. Greacen II

Rex Lotery

La Jolla, California

Houston, Texas

Santa Monica, California

John A. Bower Jr.

George E. Hartman Jr.

George Horace Loving

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Abilene, Texas

John William Broome

George T. Heery

William B. McCormick

Portland, Oregon

Atlanta, Georgia

San Francisco, California

Verner I. Burks

Herbert F. Heidt

John W. McGough

St. Louis, Missouri

Erie, Pennsylvania

Spokane, Washington

W. Brooks Cavin Jr.

Don M. Hisaka

Murry Charles McNeil Jr.

St. Paul, Minnesota

Cleveland, Ohio

Agana, Guam

Edwin B. Crittenden

Murlin Ray Hodgell

Edward Mok

Anchorage, Alaska

Norman, Oklahoma

San Antonio, Texas

Louis Daeuble

Thomas John Houha

William Morgan

El Paso, Texas

Portland, Oregon

Atlantic Beach, Florida

Edwin S. Darden Sr.

William Robert Jarratt

Robert J. Nixon

Fresno, California

Detroit, Michigan

Seattle, Washington

George Austin Dudley

Fred Henry Jobusch

Howard C. Parker

New York, New York

Tucson, Arizona

Dallas, Texas

Ezra Ehrenkrantz

Arthur Evan Jones

Robert J. Piper

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Chicago, Illinois

Joseph Lippincott Eldridge

Henri Vatable Jova

Joseph Warren Platner

Boston, Massachusetts

Atlanta, Georgia

New Haven, Connecticut

Harold Lionel Esten

James R. Killebrew

Jacob Robbins

Silver Spring, Maryland

Wichita Falls, Texas

Berkeley, California

John L. Field

Gunther William Koetter

Louis A. Rossetti

San Francisco, California

Houston, Texas

Detroit, Michigan

Richard Buckminster Fuller

Robert M. Lawrence

Peter Samton

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

New York, New York

Romaldo Giurgola

Lillian Scott Leenhouts

Thomas James Sedgewick

New York, New York

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Flint, Michigan

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H. Morgan Stedman Palo Alto, California

Francis T. Taliaferro Baltimore, Maryland

Crombie Taylor Los Angeles, California

Wallace Gleed Teare Cleveland, Ohio

Benjamin Thompson Cambridge, Massachusetts

Anne Griswold Tyng Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

H. Leslie Walker Jr. Tampa, Florida

William J. Watson La Jolla, California

C. Herbert Wheeler Jr. State College, Pennsylvania

Donald S. Williams Clearwater, Florida

Fritz Woehle Birmingham, Alabama

Yau Chun Wong Chicago, Illinois

John C. Worsley Fair Oakes, California

Leo S. Wou Honolulu, Hawaii

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A fireworks display and citylights celebration during the 1976 convention in Philadelphia

1976 aia president Louis de Moll

honorary fellows Mario Roberto Alvarez Argentina

cof chancellor

Emiliano Bernasconi

William J. Bachman

Italy

Eduardo Chamorro architecture firm award

Nicaragua

Mitchell/Giurgola Architects

Egypt

edward c. kemper award Leo A. Daly whitney m. young jr. award Wendell J. Campbell topaz medallion Jean Labatut

Hassan Fathy Fred T. Hollingsworth Canada

Peter H. Oltmanns Germany

Reima Pietila Finland

Tomas Jose Sanabria Venezuela

Hans Hartvig Skaarup Denmark

Juan Sordo Madaleno Mexico

James Stirling United Kingdom

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1976 fellows George Abraham Agron

Thomas F. Galvin

Charles Warren Luther Jr.

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Attleboro, Maine

William Bain Jr.

William Allaman Ganster

William W. Lyman Jr.

Seattle, Washington

Waukegan, Illinois

Birmingham, Michigan

James Barnes Baker

Bennie M. Gonzales

Ian MacKinlay

New York, New York

Scottsdale, Arizona

Orinda, California

Rex M. Ball

Ronald Gourley

Elmer Hugh McDowell

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Cambridge, Massachusetts

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Jay William Barnes Jr.

Anna M. Halpin

John M. McGinty

Austin, Texas

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Orville Henry Bauer

J. Hyatt Hammond

Richard Meier

Toledo, Ohio

Asheboro, North Carolina

New York, New York

Frederick R. Bentel

Hugh Hardy

Arthur F. O’Leary

Locust Valley, New York

New York, New York

Beverly Hills, California

Maria A. Bentel

Jasper Stillwell Hawkins

Edward Shier Parsons

Locust Valley, New York

Los Angeles, California

Reno, Nevada

Charles A. Blondheim

Charles George Hilgenhurst

Jay Pettitt

Eufaula, Alabama

Arlington, Massachusetts

Detroit, Michigan

Lloyd George Borget

Thomas E. Howell

Richard Lee Rice

Houston, Texas

Peoria, Illinois

Raleigh, North Carolina

Benjamin Eddins Brewer Jr.

John B. Jacoby

Darryl Thomas Roberson

Houston, Texas

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

San Francisco, California

Joseph W. Burcham

Hugh B. Johnson

Harold G. Sadler

Baltimore, Maryland

Washington, DC

San Diego, California

Arthur L. Burns

Gerhard Michael Kallman

Hans K. Sander

Indianapolis, Indiana

Boston, Massachusetts

Princeton, New Jersey

Robert Allan Chervenak

William Koblik

Kenneth Miller Schaefer

Bellevue, Washington

Sacramento, California

St. Louis, Missouri

Gordon MacCallum Comb

Bill N. Lacy

Herbert William Schneider

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Washington, DC

Phoenix, Arizona

Jerome M. Cooper

Gene E. Lefebvre

Alan Schwartzman

Atlanta, Georgia

Kansas City, Missouri

New York, New York

Horacio Semidey Diaz

J. Russell Levikow

Howard Charles Sherman

Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

San Mateo, California

Shreveport, Louisiana

James D. Ferris

George S. Lewis

John E. Stefany

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Tampa, Florida

H. Curtis Finch

Walter R. Livingston Jr.

James Alan Stenhouse

Lake Oswego, Oregon

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Charlotte, North Carolina

Edward D. Francis

Wendell Vernon Locke

Donald J. Stephens

Detroit, Michigan

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Center Berlin, New York

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Preston Stevens Jr. Atlanta, Georgia

Eugene C. Swager Peoria, Illinois

Frank Tomsick San Francisco, California

Karl Edward Treffinger San Francsico, California

William Turnbull Jr. San Francisco, California

Shirley J. Vernon Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Searle H. Von Storch Waverly, Pennsylvania

Charles H. Warner Jr. New York, New York

Harry Brown Wilson Jr. Los Angeles, California

Richard Saul Wurman Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ron Yeo Corona del Mar, California

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1977 aia president John M. McGinty

honorary fellows Charles Herbert Cullum Canada

cof chancellor

Antonio Fuentes Flores

Philip J. Meathe

Mexico

Ernest F. Groosman gold medal

Netherlands

Richard Joseph Neutra

Jose Maria Gutierrez Trujillo Mexico

architecture firm award

Ignacio Machorro del Monte

Sert, Jackson and Associates

Georges-Henri Pingusson

Mexico France

edward c. kemper award Ronald A. Straka topaz medallion Henry Kamphoefner

Charles E. Pratt Canada

Maria Prus Canada

Victor Marius Prus Canada

Manuel Rosen Morrison Mexico

Lennart Uhlin Sweden

Joao Batista Vilanova Artigas Brazil

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1977 fellows Lavone D. Andrews

James Ingo Freed

Edward G. Petrazio

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

New Orleans, Louisiana

Eugene E. Aubry

James Allen Greene

F. Blair Reeves

Houston, Texas

Tampa, Florida

Gainesville, Florida

Jack S. Baker

Jordan L. Gruzen

Robert Reinheimer Jr.

Champaign, Illinois

New York, New York

Texarkana, Texas

Richard E. Baringer

Arthur Howard Hoag Jr.

Mildred F. Schmertz

St. Croix, Virgin Islands

Mount Dora, Florida

New York, New York

Edward Charles Bassett

James Mathews Hunt Sr.

San Francisco, California

Elberton, Georgia

George Arthur Douglas Schuett

John Henry Bickel III

Jeh Vincent Johnson

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Louisville, Kentucky

Wappinger Falls, New York

Charles E. Schwing

Richard Patrick Blake

Julian E. Kulski

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Orlean, Virginia

George Whiteside Shupee

Richard L. Bliss

Zeb Vance Lackey

Arlington, Texas

Kirkwood, Missouri

Valdosta, Georgia

Howard Francis Sims

Robert C. Broshar

Joseph N. Lacy

Detroit, Michigan

Waterloo, Iowa

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Saul C. Smiley

John Burgee

Richard D. Levin

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New York, New York

Dayton, Ohio

Paul D. Spreiregen

Lo-yi C. Y. Chan

Alan G. Levy

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

George Wesley Sprinkle

John S. Chase

W. Kirby Lockard

Phoenix, Arizona

Houston, Texas

Tucson, Arizona

James Edgar Stageberg

John Donald Cordwell

Carl Luckenbach

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Birmingham, Michigan

Ronald Albert Straka

James D. Cowan

Frithjof Martin Lunde

Boulder, Colorado

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

Albert Homer Swanke

Warren J. Cox

Robert J. Lynch

New York, New York

Washington, DC

Malden, Massachusetts

Robert Tyler

John Morris Dixon

Henry J. Magaziner

Tarzana, California

Stanford, Connecticut

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Thomas W. Ventulett III

Kermit Parrish Dorius

Robert Eastwood McConnell

Atlanta, Georgia

Corona del Mar, California

Tucson, Arizona

Joseph A. Wilkes

John P. Eberhard

Edwin Keith McPheeters

Silver Spring, Maryland

Bethesda, Maryland

Auburn, Alabama

Harry Charles Wolf III

Aaron Freed

Thomas Martin Payette

Charlotte, North Carolina

Seattle, Washington

Boston, Massachusetts

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Dallas, site of the 1978 aia convention

1978 aia president Elmer E. Botsai

honorary fellows Inette L. E. Austin-Smith United Kingdom

cof chancellor

W. Donald Baldwin

George E. Kassabaum

Canada

Jane Beverly Drew gold medal

United Kingdom

Philip Cortelyou Johnson

Arthur Charles Erickson Canada

architecture firm award

Ronald Andrew Gilling

Harry Weese & Associates

Patrick Kennard Harrison

Australia United Kingdom

edward c. kemper award Carl L. Bradley topaz medallion Lawrence Anderson

Oluwole Olumuyiwa Nigeria

Methodi A. Pissarski Bulgaria

Michail Vassilievich Posokhin USSR

German Tellez Colombia

Anders Tengbom Sweden

William Whitfield United Kingdom

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1978 fellows Thomas Reed Adkinson

A. Robert Fisher

James M. Leefe

Spokane, Washington

San Francisco, California

Sausalito, California

Jesús Eduardo Amaral

Richard Foster

Bruno Leon

Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

Greenwich, Connecticut

Grosse Ile, Michigan

Samuel T. Balen

Beverly L. Freeman

Herbert Lippmann

Annandale, Virginia

Charlotte, North Carolina

New York, New York

Burtch W. Beall Jr.

Hans A. Friedman

William H. Liskamm

Salt Lake City, Utah

Evanston, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Hobart Betts

Thomas Sidney Frier

Wendell H. Lovett

New York, New York

Little Rock, Arkansas

Bellevue, Washington

Charles H. Boney

Herbert K. Gallagher

Donlyn Lyndon

Wilmington, North Carolina

Watertown, Massachusetts

Newton, Massachusetts

J. Norwood Bosserman

Marc Evan Goldstein

John Macsai

Charlottesville, Virginia

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

Thomas Graham Bradley

Michael Kemper Goodwin

Theodore S. Maffitt Jr.

Decatur, Illinois

Tempe, Arizona

Palestine, Texas

Ronald G. Brocchini

Paul Hjalmar Graven

John W. Moutoussamy

San Francisco, California

Madison, Wisconsin

Chicago, Illinois

Robert Bradford Browne

Paul Cret Harbeson

Louis Naidorf

Miami, Florida

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Los Angeles, California

James Wood Burch

Nicholas H. Holmes Jr.

Edward Henry Noakes

Annapolis, Maryland

Mobile, Alabama

Potomac, Maryland

John A. Busby Jr.

Mark T. Jaroszewicz

George Madison Notter Jr.

Atlanta, Georgia

Gainesville, Florida

Boston, Massachusetts

Jerome Roger Butler Jr.

Paul Atherton Kennon Jr.

Herbert B. Oppenheimer

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Irving Walker Colburn

Stephen A. Kliment

Donald H. Panushka

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Salt Lake City, Utah

Stanley Lee Daniels

Nathaniel Key Kolb

T. Merrill Prentice Jr.

Atlanta, Georgia

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Richard Dattner

Alexander Kouzmanoff

John K. Rauch Jr.

New York, New York

Port Chester, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A. P. DiBenedetto

Howard Raymond Lane

George F. Reed

Portland, Oregon

Encino, California

Coconut Grove, Florida

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Mario T. Romanach Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Christine Fahringer Salmon Stillwater, Oklahoma

F. Cuthbert Salmon Stillwater, Oklahoma

Donald Sandy Jr. San Rafael, California

Leo G. Shea Birmingham, Michigan

Lloyd H. Siegel Chicago, Illinois

Charles S. Sink Denver, Colorado

Robert Venturi Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

R. Randall Vosbeck Alexandria, Virginia

Walter F. Wagner Fresno, California

Eugene Werlin Houston, Texas

Gerald A. Williams Seattle, Washington

William R. Wofford Atlanta, Georgia

Zeno L. Yeates Memphis, Tennessee

Bernard Bob Zimmerman Los Angeles, California

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Kansas City, site of the 1979 aia convention

1979 aia president Ehrman B. Mitchell

honorary fellows Wladimir Alves De Souza Brazil

cof chancellor

Yoshinobu Ashihara

David A. Pugh

Japan

Irving David Boigon gold medal

Canada

Ieoh Ming Pei

E. Gresley Cohen Australia

architecture firm award

Charles Mark Correa

Geddes Brecher Qualls Cunningham

Augustine Akhuemokhan Egbor

India

Nigeria

edward c. kemper award Herbert E. Duncan Jr. topaz medallion G. Holmes Perkins

Fuminaga Kiyota Japan

Erik Emil Krakstrom Finland

Ricardo Legorreta Mexico

Eduardo Orrego V Peru

Marion Tournon-Branly France

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1979 fellows Isham Owen Baker

Almon J. Durkee

Franklin D. Lawyer

Washington, DC

Haslett, Michigan

Houston, Texas

Edwin E. Beran

Herschel A. Elarth

Anthony John Hale Lumsden

Dallas, Texas

Blacksburg, Virginia

Los Angeles, California

John Henry Beyer

J. Clarence Feliciano

Richard C. Marshall

Remsenburg, New York

Cloverdale, California

San Francisco, California

William F. Bigoney

Linn Argyle Forrest Sr.

Willard Kenneth Martin

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Juneau, Alaska

Portland, Oregon

James A. Bishop Sr.

Robert J. Frasca

Thomas S. Marvel

Houston, Texas

Portland, Oregon

Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

Richard Lewis Blinder

Joseph Y. Fujikawa

Thomas L. McKittrick

Montclair, New Jersey

Winnetka, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Dwight Mendon Bonham

Michael Graves

Valerius Leo Michelson

Wichita, Kansas

Princeton, New Jersey

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Thomas L. Bosworth

Sarah P. Harkness

Leroy B. Miller

Seattle, Washington

Lexington, Massachusetts

Santa Monica, California

David M. Bowen

James Martin Harris

Richard Arthur Miller

Indianapolis, Indiana

Tacoma, Washington

New York, New York

David Martin Brey

John F. Hartray Jr.

O. Jack Mitchell

Kansas City, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Van B. Bruner Jr.

Charles A. Haviland

John C. Monroe Jr.

Haddonfield, New Jersey

Charleston, West Virginia

Kansas City, Missouri

W. Glenn Bullock Sr.

Edward H. Healey

Arthur Cotton Moore

Knoxville, Tennessee

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Washington, DC

Robert Alen Burley

Clovis Heimsath

Frank R. Mudano

Waitsfield, Vermont

Fayetteville, Texas

Clearwater, Florida

Robert P. Burns

John Quentin Hejduk

Hans P. Neumann

Raleigh, North Carolina

Riverdale, New York

Kenilworth, Illinois

Wendell Jerome Campbell

John W. Hill

S. Kenneth Neumann

Chicago, Illinois

Baltimore, Maryland

Southfield, Michigan

William Tillman Cannady

David C. Hoedemaker

Claude Oakland

Houston, Texas

Bellevue, Washington

San Francisco, California

Marley Pegues Carroll

George W. Homsey

Gordon D. Orr Jr.

Charlotte, North Carolina

San Francisco, California

Madison, Wisconsin

Gerald L. Clark

John W. Jickling

Leonard S. Parker

Phoenix, Arizona

Birmingham, Michigan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Martin H. Cohen

E. Fay Jones

Giovanni Pasanella

Armonk, New York

Fayetteville, Arkansas

New York, New York

Lee G. Copeland

Charles G. Kanner

William R. Peery

Seattle, Washington

Beverly Hills, California

South Charleston, West Virginia

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Lee Harris Pomeroy

Kenneth Emery Schwartz

Charles Reilly Tapley

New York, New York

San Luis Obispo, California

Houston, Texas

Harold E. Prinz

Theodore Seligson

Charles B. Thomsen

Dallas, Texas

Kansas City, Missouri

Houston, Texas

G. W. Terry Rankine

Herschel E. Shepard

Peter Van Dijk

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Jacksonville, Florida

Cleveland, Ohio

James Terrill Ream

Henry N. Silvestri

Harold F. Van Dine Jr.

San Francisco, California

Los Angeles, California

Huntington Woods, Michigan

Leonard H. Reinke

Robert Calhoun Smith

Bruce M. Walker

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Washington, DC

Spokane, Washington

M. Garland Reynolds

Everett G. Spurling Jr.

William Wilde

Decatur, Georgia

Washington, DC

Tucson, Arizona

Jaquelin T. Robertson

Henry Steinhardt

James Earl Wiley

New York, New York

Mercer Island, Washington

Dallas, Texas

John B. Rogers

Robert W. Stevens

Lorenzo D. Williams

Denver, Colorado

Fresno, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Bernard Rothzeid

Sherwood Beach Stockwell

John Elzey Wilson

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Richmond, Virginia

George Peter Loyd Rumpel

H. Thurber Stowell

Marjorie Wintermute

Jacksonville, Florida

Western Springs, Illinois

Portland, Oregon

Robert William Sawyer

John R. Street Jr.

W. Roger Yost

Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina

Marietta, Georgia

Portland, Oregon

John I. Schlossman

James Stewart Sudler

Hubbard Woods, Illinois

Denver, Colorado

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1980 aia president Charles E. Schwing

honorary fellows John Hamilton Andrews Australia

cof chancellor

Gilbert R. Beatson

Robert L. Durham

Canada

Adolph Ciborowski architecture firm award

Poland

Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates

United Kingdom

edward c. kemper award Herbert Epstein whitney m. young jr. award Leroy M. Campbell topaz medallion Serge Chermayeff

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Norman Foster Rafael de La-Hoz Spain

Leandro V. Locsin Philippines

Kingston Loo Malaysia

Fumihiko Maki Japan

Richard Joachim Sahl Germany


1980 fellows John D. Anderson

Avery C. Faulkner

Karl Klokke

Golden, Colorado

Washington, DC

Los Angeles, California

Paul Blanton

Colden Florance

David Lewis

Moscow, Idaho

Washington, DC

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Howard Byron Bochiardy

Robert Joel Geering

Jerrold Ellsworth Lomax

Windermere, Florida

San Francisco, California

Los Angeles, California

Lawrence Ogden Booth

Millard Arthur Gensler Jr.

Joseph V. Marzella

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Wallingford, Pennsylvania

Chester Bowles Jr.

Donald Hugh Gibbs

Edward H. Matthei

San Francisco, California

Long Beach, California

Chicago, Illinois

Conrad Buff III

David Lawrence Ginsberg

W. A. McAlister

Pasadena, California

New York, New York

Agana, Guam

A. Burns Cadwalader

Everett Austin Glendening

James R. McGranahan

Oakland, California

Cincinnati, Ohio

Tacoma, Washington

Richard Arthur Campbell

Brooks R. W. Gunsul

William G. McMinn

Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon

Mississippi State, Mississippi

Jack Henry Chambers

William A. Hall

Charles B. McReynolds

Akron, Ohio

New York, New York

Newport News, Virginia

Junius Joseph Champeaux II

Robert V. M. Harrison

George Calvin Means Jr.

Lake Charles, Louisiana

Jackson, Mississippi

Clemson, South Carolina

Paul Fernand Damaz

L. Jane Hastings

Roger C. Mellem

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

Potomac, Maryland

Jorge Del Rio

Thurston Hatcher

John Ogden Merrill Jr.

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

Miami, Florida

San Francisco, California

Eugene L. Di Laura Jr.

William R. Hawley

Lynn H. Molzan

Detroit, Michigan

Palo Alto, California

Indianapolis, Indiana

John M. Dickey

John F. Hayes

James L. Nagle

West Chester, Pennsylvania

Radnor, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

Paul Dietrich

John D. Henderson

Edward Richard Niles

Cambridge, Massachusetts

San Diego, California

Malibu, California

Peter H. Dodge

J. Robert Hillier

Lester C. Pancoast

San Francisco, California

Princeton, New Jersey

Miami, Florida

William John Dougherty

Peter Jefferson

Tician Papachristou

Atlanta, Georgia

Stuart, Florida

New York, New York

William Spearing Evans

Robert N. Kennedy

Charles J. Parise

Shreveport, Louisiana

Indianapolis, Indiana

Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan

Thomas J. Eyerman

Kenneth F. Klindtworth

R. Bruce Patty

Oak Park, Illinois

Staten Island, New York

Kansas City, Missouri

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George Clayton Pearl

Charles Richard Sutton

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Honolulu, Hawaii

Cesar Pelli

Albert Anthony Tappe

Hamden, Connecticut

Boston, Massachusetts

Kalvin J. Platt

H. Harold Tarleton Jr.

Mill Valley, California

Greenville, South Carolina

Gerrard Pook

Thomas H. Teasdale

Chicago, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

Samuel D. Popkin

Roland Terry

Detroit, Michigan

Seattle, Washington

William Lyman Porter

Thomas Abbott Todd

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boone Powell

James E. Tomblinson

San Antonio, Texas

Flint, Michigan

Patrick J. Quinn

Ralph I. Towland

Troy, New York

Connecticut

George E. Rafferty

William Henry Trogdon

St. Paul, Minnesota

Spokane, Washington

Donald Patterson Reay

John James Truemper Jr.

Berkeley, California

Little Rock, Arkansas

John Raymond Ross

DeNorval Unthank

San Luis Obispo, California

Eugene, Oregon

Ralph Thomas Rowland

Harutun Vaporciyan

Cheshire, Connecticut

Huntington Woods, Michigan

Walter A. Rutes

John L. Webb

White Plains, New York

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Roger N. Ryan

Franklin Dee Welch

Akron, Ohio

Midland, Texas

Mario L. Schack

Beverly A. Willis

Baltimore, Maryland

San Francisco, California

Diane Serber

Jon Peter Winkelstein

New York, New York

San Francsico, California

Robert Ellis Sexton

Pershing Wong

Glendale, Arizona

Scarsdale, New York

Norma Merrick Sklarek Pacific Palisades, California

Murray A. Slama Lafayette, California

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1981 aia president R. Randall Vosbeck

honorary fellows Elissa Makiniemi Aalto Finland

cof chancellor

Jerzy Buszkiewicz

Leslie N. Boney Jr.

Poland

Hans Heyerdahl Hallen gold medal

South Africa

Joseph Luis Sert

David H. Hambleton Canada

architecture firm award

Hans Hollein

Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates

Kisho Kurokawa

edward c. kemper award Robert L. Durham whitney m. young jr. award Robert T. Coles topaz medallion Marcel Breuer 200

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Austria Japan

Serapio Perez Loza Mexico

Eberhard H. Zeidler Canada


1981 fellows Raymond C. Abst

Harold Edelman

Henry Klein

Modesto, California

New York, New York

Mount Vernon, Washington

Stanley N. Allan

Judith Edelman

Keith R. Kolb

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

Robert O. Biering

Peter David Eisenman

Peter A. Lendrum

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Phoenix, Arizona

John Dudley Bloodgood

Robert J. Evans

Nicholas Lesko

Des Moines, Iowa

Marshall, California

Westlake, Ohio

Peter Quarfordt Bohlin

Richard T. Faricy

Frederick Liebhardt

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

St. Paul, Minnesota

La Jolla, California

David C. Boone

M. Milton Glass

Hubert Donn Logan

Orinda, California

New York, New York

Berkeley, California

Paul D. Bowers Jr.

Curtis H. Green

Theodore F. Mariani

Grand Rapids, Michigan

St. Paul, Minnesota

Washington, DC

Irving Henry Bowman

James Arthur Gresham

Mortimer M. Marshall Jr.

Charleston, West Virginia

Tucson, Arizona

Washington, DC

Ellis W. Bullock Jr.

Charles Gwathmey

Derek Martin

Pensacola, Florida

New York, New York

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Kenneth Harvey Cardwell

William Hamby

Charles F. McAfee

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Wichita, Kansas

Earl Kai Chann

Andrew Louis Heard

Richard Alan McGinty

Tucson, Arizona

Chicago, Illinois

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Guion Cabell Childress

Sanford Hirshen

John Wells McHugh

Denver, Colorado

Berkeley, California

Santa Fe, New Mexico

George W. Christensen

Thomas Harold Hodne Jr.

George A. McMath

Phoenix, Arizona

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Portland, Oregon

James Walker Christopher

David A. Holtz

Willis N. Mills Jr.

Salt Lake City, Utah

Rockville, Maryland

New Canaan, Connecticut

John Martin Clancy

Malcolm Holzman

Joseph D. Monticciolo

Brookline, Massachusetts

New York, New York

New York, New York

James A. Clutts

G. Norman Hoover

Paul Muldawer

Dallas, Texas

Houston, Texas

Atlanta, Georgia

Robert Traynham Coles

Robert Ingle Hoyt

Harold Charles Munger

Buffalo, New York

Santa Barbara, California

Toledo, Ohio

David Alford Crane

Bernard Jacob

Charles F. Murphy Jr.

Boston, Massachusetts

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Robert Diamant

James H. Johnson

Ibsen Nelsen

Chicago, Illinois

Denver, Colorado

Seattle, Washington

James Charles Dodd

Rudard Artaban Jones

Edward H. Nelson

Sacramento, California

Urbana, Illinois

Tucson, Arizona

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Herbert Saul Newman

Douglas Frederick Schroeder

New Haven, Connecticut

Chicago, Illinois

Michael Newman

Donald L. Stull

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Boston, Massachusetts

David W. Osler

Harold R. Varner

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Laszlo Papp

William Richard Vick

White Plains, New York

Sacramento, California

Nicholas A. Pappas

Thomas Reed Vreeland

Washington, DC

Los Angeles, California

Norman Perttula

Taina Waisman

Cleveland, Ohio

Port Washington, New York

Norman Pfeiffer

William D. Warner

New York, New York

Exeter, Rhode Island

Willard Charles Pistler Jr.

Barry L. Wasserman

Cleveland, Ohio

Sacramento, California

Peter A. Piven

Donald Ralph Watson

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Guilford, Connecticut

Antoine Predock

Read Weber

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Otto Reichert-Facilides

John Robert Weese

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mill Valley, California

Anthony Thomas Rienzi

Joe Neal Weilenman

Jenkintown, Pennsylvania

Greenville, Mississippi

William A. Rose Jr.

Jerry Cooper Wilcox

White Plains, New York

Little Rock, Arkansas

Robert J. Schaefer

Rodney Hugh Wright

Wichita, Kansas

Osseo, Wisconsin

Henry W. Schirmer

Jack Rodney Yardley

Topeka, Kansas

Dallas, Texas

Hugh Morley Zimmers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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The Royal Hawaiian Hotel of Honolulu, site of the 1982 convocation of Fellows

1982 aia president Robert Lawrence

honorary fellows Alexander Ian Ferrier Australia

cof chancellor

George Grenfell-Baines

William R. Jarratt

United Kingdom

Stanislaw M. Jankowski gold medal

Poland

Romaldo Giurgola

Swoo Geun Kim South Korea

architecture firm award

Padraig Murray

Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, Architects

Renzo Piano

edward c. kemper award Leslie N. Boney Jr. whitney m. young jr. award John S. Chase topaz medallion Joseph Esherick 203

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Ireland Italy

Aarno E. Ruusuvuori Finland

Shozo Uchii Japan

Aldo van Eyck Netherlands

Abraham Zabludovsky Mexico


1982 fellows James Bertin Aitken

Sylvester Damianos

Donald Charles Hensman

Alameda, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pasadena, California

Harry F. Anderson

Arthur C. Danielian

Paul Sterling Hoag

Chicago, Illinois

Newport Beach, California

Los Angeles, California

Jonathan Barnett

James R. DeStefano

Van Dorn Hooker

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Gridley Barrows

Gerald Erickson

Charles Evans Hughes

Lewiston, Maine

Cupertino, California

New York, New York

Richard Bergmann

James Falick

Leonard Jacobson

New Canaan, Connecticut

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Lloyd F. Bergquist

Richard A. Fitzgerald

Norman J. Johnston

St. Paul, Minnesota

Houston, Texas

Seattle, Washington

William Adair Bernoudy

Bernd Foerster

Harvie P. Jones

St. Louis, Missouri

Manhattan, Kansas

Huntsville, Alabama

Frederic A. Bertram

Fred Lawrence Foote

Theodore Ernest Kurz

Los Angeles, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Birmingham, Michigan

Boyd A. Blackner

Reagan Webb George

Robert F. Mattox

Salt Lake City, Utah

Dallas, Texas

Dubuque, Iowa

Antonio Roy Bologna

Joseph C. Giuliani

Edward D. McCrary

Memphis, Tennessee

Washington, DC

San Mateo, California

James Robert Bonar

Richard E. Glaser

Noel Michael McKinnell

Los Angeles, California

Cincinnati, Ohio

Boston, Massachusetts

Bill Booziotis

Harold D. Glucksman

James C. Morehead Jr.

Dallas, Texas

Irvingston, New Jersey

Houston, Texas

William N. Breger

Thomas G. Green

John K. Mott

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Fort Smith, Arkansas

Samuel Jefferson Caudill

James R. Grieves

Frank W. Munzer

Aspen, Colorado

Baltimore, Maryland

New York, New York

Roger H. Clark

Donald J. Hackl

Thomas B. Muths

Raleigh, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Jackson, Wyoming

Eugene E. Cook

Roy Perkins Harrover

Dale Naegle

Chicago, Illinois

Memphis, Tennessee

La Jolla, California

Richard L. Crowther

Irving B. Haynes

James R. Nelson

Denver, Colorado

Providence, Rhode Island

Montchanin, Delaware

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Ted P. Pappas

Raymond F. Stainback Jr.

Jacksonville, Florida

Atlanta, Georgia

John G. Pecsok

Goodwin B. Steinberg

Indianapolis, Indiana

San Jose, California

William Francis Pedersen

John D. Sulton

New Haven, Connecticut

Washington, DC

Raymond A. Pigozzi

Downing Allison Thomas

Northbrook, Illinois

Dallas, Texas

Raymond Rapp

Richard Wilfred Trott

Galveston, Texas

Columbus, Ohio

Pierce K. Reibsamen

Marcus R. Tucker

Los Angeles, California

Houston, Texas

Arthur Rosenblatt

Thomas B. Tucker

New York, New York

San Diego, California

Harold Roth

Dean Frederick Unger

New Haven, Connecticut

Sacramento, California

James Ronald Rucker

Charles E. Wilkerson

Wichita Falls, Texas

Richmond, Virginia

Leonard Max Schober

W. Floyd Williamson Jr.

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Roger M. Seitz

Richard Wolf

Chicago, Illinois

San Mateo, California

William Hosley Short

Joseph Laurie Young

Princeton, New Jersey

Clemson, South Carolina

Paul Silver

John Zemanek

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Douglas Cole Smith Newtonville, Massachusetts

T. Clayton Smith Baton Rouge, Louisiana

H. David Sokoloff San Francisco, California

Daniel Solomon San Francisco, California

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New Orleans, site of the 1983 aia convention

1983 aia president Robert Broshar

honorary fellows Enrique Avila Riquelme Mexico

cof chancellor

Geoffrey Bawa

William C. Muchow

Sri Lanka

Gottfried Bohm gold medal

Germany

Nathaniel A. Owings

Mario Botta Switzerland

architecture firm award

Ferenc Callmeyer

Holabird & Root, Architects, Engineers & Planners

Macy DuBois

edward c. kemper award Jules Gregory whitney m. young jr. award Howard Hamilton Mackey Sr. topaz medallion Charles E. Burchard 206

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Hungary Canada

Knud Friis Denmark

Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon Mexico

Arata Isozaki Japan

Ervin P. Pütsep Sweden

Juan Torres Higueras Peru


1983 fellows Carlton S. Abbott

Charles Dagit

Warren Cummings Heylman

Williamsburg, Virginia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Spokane, Washington

Harold L. Adams

Irving R. Dana Jr.

William Holabird

Baltimore, Maryland

Omaha, Nebraska

Chicago, Illinois

Maurice B. Allen Jr.

David S. Davidson

Dwight E. Holmes

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Great Falls, Montana

Tampa, Florida

Peter Arfaa

Clark Arthur Davis

Howard N. Horii

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

San Francisco, California

Newark, New Jersey

Neil Astle

Jack DeBartolo Jr.

Patrick Horsbrugh

Salt Lake City, Utah

Tucson, Arizona

Mishawaka, Indiana

Romeo Aybar

Howard F. Elkus

Bruce H. Jensen

Ridgefield, New Jersey

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Salt Lake City, Utah

Charles Barlow

Benjamin Evans

David Kahler

Jackson, Mississippi

Blacksburg, Virginia

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

David J. Bennett

Winthrop W. Faulkner

Charles Howard Kahn

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Washington, DC

Lawrence, Kansas

Richard J. Bertman

Donald E. Ferry

Herbert A. Ketcham

Boston, Massachusetts

Springfield, Illinois

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Frederick C. Biebesheimer III

John L. Fisher

David Klages

Old Lyme, Connecticut

San Francisco, California

Costa Mesa, California

Temple Hoyne Buell

Peter Forbes

Kenneth C. Kruger

Denver, Colorado

Boston, Massachusetts

Santa Barbara, California

John Buenz

Frank Dan George

John W. Lackens Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

Bridgeport, Connecticut

Minneapolis, Minnesota

J. Armand Burgun

Charles Parker Graves

Eugene P. Levy

New York, New York

Lexington, Kentucky

Little Rock, Arkansas

David Castro-Blanco

Lyn Eliot Graziani

Morton L. Levy

New York, New York

Coral Gables, Florida

Houston, Texas

Judith Chafee

Gaines B. Hall

Richard L. Lewis

Tucson, Arizona

Dothan, Alabama

Sacramento, California

Peter Chermayeff

Harry C. Hallenbeck

William Sperry Lewis

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Alameda, California

San Diego, California

Lugean L. Chilcote

Richard F. Hansen

Dirk Lohan

Little Rock, Arkansas

Iowa City, Iowa

Chicago, Illinois

William C. Church

Velpeau E. Hawes Jr.

Frank Edward Lucas

Portland, Oregon

Dallas, Texas

Charleston, South Carolina

Bruce I. Crabtree Jr.

Harold H. Hellman

Donald William MacDonald

Nashville, Tennessee

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Eason Cross Jr.

James Lee Hendricks

John Mahlum

Arlington, Virginia

Dallas, Texas

Seattle, Washington

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Laurie Mutchnik Maurer

John H. Spencer

New York, New York

Hampton, Virginia

Constantine E. Michaelides

W. Cecil Steward

St. Louis, Missouri

Lincoln, Nebraska

Thomas Bruce Moon

Frank Straub

Irvine, California

Troy, Michigan

Thomas Nathan

Fred S. Toguchi

Memphis, Tennessee

Cleveland, Ohio

Robert A. Odermatt

Dennis T. Toyomura

San Francisco, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Ray K. Parker

Wilmont Vickrey

Little Rock, Arkansas

Chicago, Illinois

Carl W. Pirscher

A. Raymond von Brock

Southfield, Michigan

New Canaan, Connecticut

William M. Polk

Robert J. Von Dohlen

Seattle, Washington

Farmington, Connecticut

George Frederic Roth Jr.

Donald Q. Wallace

Cincinnati, Ohio

Lexington, Kentucky

Richard Roth Jr.

C. Edward Ware

New York, New York

Rockford, Illinois

George A. Sample

Gerald Gamliel Weisbach

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Peter M. Saylor

G. Thomas Williams

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Don P. Schlegel

Zelma Wilson

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Ojai, California

Richard Schoen

Evans Woollen

Culver City, California

Indianapolis, Indiana

Overton Shelmire

Henry N. Wright

Dallas, Texas

Wellfleet, Massachusetts

C. Ray Smith

Donald E. Wudtke

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Roy J. Solfisburg

Thomas A. Zimmerman

Chicago, Illinois

Phoenix, Arizona

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1984 aia president George M. Notter

honorary fellows William Alexander Allen United Kingdom

cof chancellor

Patrick Blouin

Bernard B. Rothschild

Canada

Pierre H. Bussat architecture firm award

Switzerland

Kallmann, McKinnell & Wood, Architects

Greece

edward c. kemper award Dean F. Hilfinger whitney m. young jr. award John Louis Wilson topaz medallion Robert Geddes

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Constantin N. Decavalla Arieh El-Hanani Israel

Albert Mangones Haiti

Richard Rogers United Kingdom

Sten Olov Samuelson Sweden

Gueorgui Stoilov Bulgaria


1984 fellows Iris S. Alex

John N. De Haas Jr.

Charles Frederick Hummel

New York, New York

Bozeman, Montana

Boise, Idaho

Earle S. Alexander Jr.

Alfredo De Vido

Stephen B. Jacobs

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

New York, New York

Yvonne Warner Asken

Eugene Cox Dunwoody

Arthur D. Johnson

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Macon, Georgia

Omaha, Nebraska

Charles H. Atherton

Robert A. Eckert

Richard H. Kaplan

Washington, DC

Tacoma, Washington

Cleveland, Ohio

Theodore T. Bartley Jr.

Audrey Emmons

Richard Keating

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

San Francisco, California

Houston, Texas

William H. Beaty

Hideo H. Fujii

Frank S. Kelly

Germantown, Tennessee

Detroit, Michigan

Houston, Texas

John Belle

Kenneth R. Fuller

Charles M. Kober

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

Los Angeles, California

Chase Black

Robert C. Gaede

S. Richard Komatsu

Battle Creek, Michigan

Cleveland, Ohio

San Francisco, California

J. Sinclair Black

David Webster George

Robert Kramer

Austin, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Charles E. Boettcher

Norman M. Giller

Moritz Kundig

Rockford, Illinois

Miami Beach, Florida

Spokane, Washington

Glenn Allen Buff

Thomas A. Gray

Roger Williams Margerum

Coral Gables, Florida

Little Rock, Arkansas

Detroit, Michigan

John Avery Carter

Karl H. Greimel

Harvey V. Marmon Jr.

Nashua, New Hampshire

Southfield, Michigan

San Antonio, Texas

Donald Douglas Chapman

Kenneth G. Groggs

Joseph Maybank

Honolulu, Hawaii

Chicago, Illinois

Cambridge, Massachusetts

William D. Concolino Jr.

Peter M. Hasselman

Kenneth D. Maynard

Monterey, California

San Francisco, California

Anchorage, Alaska

William H. Cook

William R. Henry

Charles Terrence McCafferty

Tucson, Arizona

Jackson, Mississippi

Detroit, Michigan

James Hudson Crissman

George S. Hoover

William Francis McCall Jr.

Watertown, Massachusetts

Denver, Colorado

Moultrie, Georgia

Robert F. Darby

Gerald Horn

Henry G. Meier

Jacksonville, Florida

Chicago, Illinois

Indianapolis, Indiana

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John K. Miller

Jerome M. Seracuse

Santa Rosa, California

Denver, Colorado

Richard R. Moger

Will Shaw

New York, New York

Monterey, California

Yoshio Nakazawa

William H. Sippel Jr.

Evanston, Illinois

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Paul R. Neel

Harwood K. Smith

San Luis Obispo, California

Dallas, Texas

Rolf Ohlhausen

Robert A. M. Stern

New York, New York

New York, New York

William E. Patnaude

Alan R. Sumner

Fresno, California

Dallas, Texas

Leason F. Pomeroy III

Milo H. Thompson

Santa Ana, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Arnold J. Prima Jr.

Duane Thorbeck

Washington, DC

Minneapolis, Minnesota

James Scott Rawlings

James D. Tittle

Richmond, Virginia

Abilene, Texas

James W. Rich

James Speed Tuley

Albany, New York

Charlottesville, Virginia

Hilyard R. Robinson

Robert A. Van Deusen

Washington, DC

Denver, Colorado

Craig W. Roland

Walter E. Wagner Jr.

Santa Rosa, California

New York, New York

Alan Rosen

George V. Whisenand

Los Angeles, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Donald P. Ryder

Elliot Willensky

New York, New York

New York, New York

Jon R. Schleuning

George S. Wright

Portland, Oregon

Arlington, Texas

William Wilcox Scott Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dale E. Selzer Dallas, Texas

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1985 aia president R. Bruce Patty

honorary fellows W. Kirk Banadyga Canada

cof chancellor

Gerard Benoit

Donald L. Hardison

France

Ricardo Levi Bofill gold medal

Spain

William Wayne Caudill

Masako Hayashi Japan

architecture firm award

Richard Norman Johnson

Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown

Vladimir Karfik

edward c. kemper award Charles Redmon whitney m. young jr. award Milton V. Bergstedt topaz medallion Colin Rowe 212

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Australia Czechoslovakia

Fernando Margain Mexico

John Overall Australia

James Richards United Kingdom

Miguel Angel Roca Argentina

Alberto Sartoris Switzerland


1985 fellows A. Notley Alford

Kenneth B. Clark

Leonard G. Haeger

Dayton, Ohio

Lincoln, Nebraska

Santa Barbara, California

Robert E. Allen

Glen Edwin Cline

Robert L. Harper

San Francisco, California

Boise, Idaho

Essex, Connecticut

Robert Edward Allen

Stuart E. Cohen

Robert S. Harris

Longview, Texas

Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

J. Timothy Anderson

Mary Caroline Cole

Sami Hassid

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Berkeley, California

George Anselevicius

Jack M. Corgan

Daniel J. Havekost

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Dallas, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Ray Bedford Bailey

John O. Cotton

Remmert W. Huygens

Houston, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Louis J. Bakanowsky

Sam Davis

Harry Jacobs

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Berkeley, California

Oakland, California

Robert M. Beckley

Kenneth DeMay

Donald W. Kennedy

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Watertown, Massachusetts

San Francisco, California

M. Wayne Bell

Albert A. Dorman

Eugene Kremer

Austin, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Manhattan, Kansas

Fredric A. Benedict

Foster W. Dunwiddie

David E. Lawson

Aspen, Colorado

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Madison, Wisconsin

William Bowersox

C. R. Everett

Denvrich C. LeBreton

St. Louis, Missouri

Houston, Texas

New Orleans, Louisiana

Martin Gerald Brixen

Michael T. Fickel

James Lee Loftis

Salt Lake City, Utah

Kansas City, Missouri

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Kenneth F. Brown

Richard F. Floyd

Carl R. Meinhardt

Honolulu, Hawaii

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Richard S. Bundy

Bruce S. Fowle

Barry Moore

San Diego, California

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Charles H. Burnette

Robert D. Garland Jr.

Allen D. Moses

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

El Paso, Texas

Kirkland, Washington

Rodger E. Burson

F. Earle Gaulden

Lee H. Nelson

Dallas, Texas

Greenville, South Carolina

Washington, DC

H. Kennard Bussard

S. James Goldstein

Barbara Neski

Des Moines, Iowa

Millburn, New Jersey

New York, New York

Arne Bystrom

Raymond Grenald

Robert E. Oringdulph

Seattle, Washington

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Portland, Oregon

Dean B. Chambliss

Ernest A. Grunsfeld III

Piero Nicole Patri

Grand Junction, Colorado

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

David M. Childs

Graham Gund

Richard C. Peters

Washington, DC

Cambridge, Massachusetts

San Francisco, California

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William L. Pulgram

Paul P. Sun

Atlanta, Georgia

Boston, Massachusetts

Martin D. Raab

Earl S. Swensson

New York, New York

Nashville, Tennessee

Charles Redmon

Toshikazu Terasawa

Boston, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

Hans Riecke

B. Carroll Tharp

Kahului, Hawaii

Montgomery, Texas

Joseph J. Roberto

Calvin J. Tobin

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

John D. Rogers Jr.

David M. Trigiani

Asheville, North Carolina

Jackson, Mississippi

H. Dean Rowe

Bartholomew Voorsanger

Tampa, Florida

New York, New York

Wayne S. Schmidt

Clyde K. Warner Jr.

Indianapolis, Indiana

Louisville, Kentucky

Donald Singer

Robert E. Washington

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Norfolk, Virginia

Adrian Devaun Smith

Joseph Wasserman

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Herbert L. Smith Jr.

John G. Williams

New York, New York

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Carl Stein

Robert L. Wold

New York, New York

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Thomas E. Woodward Dallas, Texas

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Trinity College’s Laurie Auditorium, San Antonio, site of the 1986 investiture ceremony

1986 aia president John A. Busby Jr.

honorary fellows Solange d’Herbez de la Tour France

cof chancellor

John Macdonald Davidson

Vladimir N. Ossipoff

Australia

Abdel Wahed El Wakil gold medal

United Kingdom

Arthur Erickson

Brian E. Eldred Canada

architecture firm award

Wilhelm Holzbauer

Esherick Homsey Dodge & Davis

Henning Larsen

edward c. kemper award Harry Harmon whitney m. young jr. award The Rev. Richard McClure Prosse topaz medallion Vincent Scully Jr.

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Austria Denmark

Geoffrey Arthur Rowe Australia

Heikki Siren Finland

Kaija Siren Finland


1986 fellows J. Carl Abbott Jr.

Samuel Crothers

Charles Harper

Sarasota, Florida

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Wichita Falls, Texas

Richard L. Anderson

Philip W. Dinsmore

Mason S. Hicks

Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Samuel Armistead Anderson III

George S. Dolim

Peter Hopkinson

San Francisco, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Richmond, Virginia

Frank F. Douglas

Thomas Horty

Robert A. Barclay

Houston, Texas

St. Paul, Minnesota

Gates Mills, Ohio

H. Robert Douglass

John H. Jelliffe

Bertram L. Bassuk

Houston, Texas

Indianapolis, Indiana

New York, New York

Gerald A. Doyle

Paul Duane Jones

Leroy E. Bean

Phoenix, Arizona

Honolulu, Hawaii

Petaluma, California

Jared I. Edwards

Robert A. Kennard

Barry Benepe

Hartford, Connecticut

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Sidney Eisenshtat

Tai Soo Kim

William A. Blunden

Beverly Hills, California

Hartford, Connecticut

Cleveland, Ohio

Franklin T. Ferguson

Peyton E. Kirven

Leon Bridges

Salt Lake City, Utah

Los Angeles, California

Baltimore, Maine

Ligon B. Flynn

Robert Michael Kliment

Algimantas V. Bublys

Wilmington, North Carolina

New York, New York

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Sidney P. Gilbert

John Christopher Knowles

Hilario F. Candela

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Coral Gables, Florida

Myron H. Goldfinger

A. Eugene Kohn

Eric A. Chung

New York, New York

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Robert E. Gramann

James Francis Kortan

Alexander Cooper

Cincinnati, Ohio

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Aubrey J. Greenberg

John Q. Lawson

Gerald M. Cope

Chicago, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

William H. Grover

Elizabeth Bobbitt Lee

Frederic Hamilton Cox Jr.

Essex, Connecticut

Lumberton, North Carolina

Richmond, Virginia

Wallace L. Haas Jr.

Joseph W. Leinweber

Kirk R. Craig

West Covina, California

Grosse Pointe, Michigan

Greenville, South Carolina

Frances Halsband

Roger K. Lewis

New York, New York

College Park, Maryland

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Theodore Liebman

Cathy J. Simon

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Michael A. McCarthy

Michael M. Sizemore

New York, New York

Atlanta, Georgia

Theodore L. Mularz

Ronald L. Skaggs

Aspen, Colorado

Dallas, Texas

Willard C. Nelson

Bill D. Smith

Provo, Utah

Dallas, Texas

Chartier C. Newton

John W. Sugden

Austin, Texas

Summit Park, Utah

Jimmie R. Nunn

Edgar Tafel

Phoenix, Arizona

New York, New York

Ki Suh Park

Maurice Thominet

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Derek Parker

Charles N. Tseckares

San Francisco, California

Boston, Massachusetts

W. Irving Phillips Jr.

William Kay Turner

Houston, Texas

New Orleans, Louisiana

Joe T. Pursell

William E. Valentine

Jackson, Mississippi

San Francisco, California

Jerry L. Quebe

Werner G. Wandelmaier

Alexandria, Virginia

New York, New York

M. Jack Rinehart Jr.

Gordon Wildermuth

Charlottesville, Virginia

Chicago, Illinois

Gordon E. Ruehl

Terrance R. Williams

Spokane, Washington

New York, New York

Charles G. Rummel

Norman E. Wirkler

Chicago, Illinois

Dubuque, Iowa

Nicholas G. Sakeller

Kellogg H. Wong

Tucson, Arizona

New York, New York

Paul Segal

David H. Wright

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

Lawrence P. Segrue

Golden J. Zenon Jr.

Visalia, California

Omaha, Nebraska

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Epcot Center, visited by attendees of the convention in Orlando

1987 aia president Donald J. Hackl

honorary fellows Rifat Kamil Chadirji United Kingdom

cof chancellor

Philip Sutton Cox

S. Scott Ferebee Jr.

Australia

Ignacio Diaz Morales architecture firm award

Mexico

Benjamin Thompson & Associates

Denmark

edward c. kemper award Joseph Monticciolo whitney m. young jr. award J. Max Bond Jr. topaz medallion Ralph Rapson

Tobias Faber Bernard Melchior Feilden United Kingdom

Ji Zhong Feng China

Rudy P. Friesen Canada

Imre Makovecz Hungary

Monica Pidgeon United Kingdom

Ivor Cedric Prinsloo South Africa

José F. Reygadas Mexico

Masayoshi Yendo Japan

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1987 fellows Stanley Abercrombie

Maximilian L. Ferro

Tom Lewis Jr.

New York, New York

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Talahassee, Florida

Richard Keith Albyn

Sheldon Fox

Gerald Li

Rochester, Michigan

New York, New York

Charlotte, North Carolina

Louis D. Astorino

Jay E. Frank

Bernard J. Liff

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Dallas, Texas

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Edgar C. Beery

James E. Furr

Stanley C. Livingston

Annandale, Virginia

Houston, Texas

San Diego, California

Robert J. Boerema

Harvey B. Gantt

William Love

Tallahassee, Florida

Charlotte, North Carolina

Los Angeles, California

Robert Brannen

Dale L. Gibbs

Louis Maloof

Boston, Massachusetts

Lincoln, Nebraska

Atlanta, Georgia

Charles E. Broudy

Ronald Goldman

Edward K. McCagg II

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Malibu, California

Seattle, Washington

Walter Burde

Donald Goodhue

M. Allen McCree

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

Monterey, California

Austin, Texas

Robert H. Canizaro

Joachim C. Grube

James H. Meyer

Jackson, Mississippi

Portland, Oregon

Dallas, Texas

Virgil R. Carter

Peter H. Hand

Nancy A. Miao

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Jerry L. Clement

Edwin F. Harris Jr.

Hugh C. Miller

Dallas, Texas

Raleigh, North Carolina

Washington, DC

Robert Damora

Marvin Hatami

James A. Murphy

Bedford, New York

Denver, Colorado

Stamford, Connecticut

Charles M. Davis

Richard S. Hayden

Chester Emil Nagel

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

Sidney L. Delson

John F. Hayes

Thompson C. Nelson

New York, New York

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Kansas City, Missouri

Joseph Robert Deshayes

William W. Herrin Jr.

Allen L. Patrick

Houston, Texas

Huntsville, Alabama

Columbus, Ohio

James R. Diaz

Helmut Jahn

Wilson F. Pollock Jr.

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Lawrence Doane

James O. Jonassen

H. Terry Rasco

San Francisco, California

Seattle, Washington

Little Rock, Arkansas

Peter G. Doyle

Edward V. Kemp

P. Richard Rittelmann

Houston, Texas

Ruston, Louisiana

Butler, Pennsylvania

Albert Efron

John L. Kriken

Richard Ellison Ritz

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Portland, Oregon

Jose Feito

John M. Laping

Chester E. Roemer

Miami, Florida

Buffalo, New York

St. Louis, Missouri

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John A. Sharratt Boston, Massachusetts

Charles M. Sieger Miami, Florida

Wayne E. Spangler Rice Lake, Wisconsin

Richard L. Taylor Jr. Atlanta, Georgia

Robert L. Tessier Agawam, Massachusetts

Kenneth H. Walker New York, New York

Ralph Warburton Coral Gables, Florida

Charles Randolph Wedding St. Petersburg, Florida

John A. Welch Tuskegee, Alabama

W. Gene Williams Houston, Texas

Donald A. Winkelmann Seattle, Washington

Charles Witsell Jr. Little Rock, Arkansas

Clayton Young Seattle, Washington

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Cathedral of St. John Divine, New York City, site of the 1988 investiture

1988 aia president Ted P. Pappas

honorary fellows Trevor Dannatt United Kingdom

cof chancellor Charles William Brubaker

Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso Italy

architecture firm award

Pierre-André Dufetel

Hartman-Cox Architects

Yehya Mohamed Eid

France Egypt

edward c. kemper award

Roderick Peter Hackney

David Lewis

Tao Ho

whitney m. young jr. award Habitat for Humanity topaz medallion John Hejduk

United Kingdom Hong Kong

Matti K. Makinen Finland

Ernst A. Plischke Austria

Kazuo Shinohara Japan

Terence J. Williams Canada 221

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1988 fellows Stephen N. Abend

Arthur E. Duerschner

Paul Kinnison Jr.

Kansas City, Missouri

Lincoln, Nebraska

San Antonio, Texas

J. Philip Andrews

Stanton Eckstut

Don W. Kirk

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Fort Worth, Texas

James Harold Anstis

James Edward Ellison

Norman L. Koonce

West Palm Beach, Florida

Washington, DC

Bogalusa, Louisiana

Royden Stanley Bair

Kenneth J. Filarski

Duane Eugene Landry

Houston, Texas

Providence, Rhode Island

Dallas, Texas

Gregory S. Baldwin

James R. Franklin

Jane Lorenz Landry

Portland, Oregon

Washington, DC

Dallas, Texas

Ronald Gene Bowen

Stephen A. George

William N. Larson

Madison, Wisconsin

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

Charles S. Braun

Alan Eliot Goldberg

Donald R. Lee

Maitland, Florida

New Canaan, Connecticut

Charlotte, North Carolina

Michael P. Buckley

Donald W. Y. Goo

Thomas J. Lucas Jr.

Hartford, Connecticut

Honolulu, Hawaii

Southfield, Michigan

Charles E. Burgess

Dennis W. Grebner

Michael Maas

Houston, Texas

St. Paul, Minnesota

New York, New York

John J. Castellana

Mark W. Hall

Ronald L. Mace

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Los Angeles, California

Raleigh, North Carolina

J. Jeffrey Conroy

Richard W. Hobbs

Wesley A. McClure

Houston, Texas

Seattle, Washington

Raleigh, North Carolina

Richard B. Cook

Peter S. Hockaday

Kenneth L. Motley

Evanston, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Roanoke, Virginia

Daniel J. Coolidge

James J. Jennewein

Carole J. Olshavsky

Boston, Massachusetts

Tampa, Florida

Columbus, Ohio

Raniero Corbelletti

Richard W. Jennings

William Pederson Jr.

University Park, Pennsylvania

Austin, Texas

New York, New York

George M. Crandall

Yu Sing Jung

John Allen Pierce

Portland, Oregon

Boston, Massachusetts

Dallas, Texas

Martin W. Crennen

Douglas S. Kelbaugh

George J. Pillorge

Helena, Montana

Princeton, New Jersey

Baltimore, Maryland

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John W. Pitman Santa Barbara, California

Richard J. Rafferty St. Paul, Minnesota

Ilmar Reinvald Tacoma, Washington

Edward N. Rothe Edison, New Jersey

Philip A. Shive Charlotte, North Carolina

Fleming W. Smith Jr. Nashville, Tennessee

Stuart B. Solomon Watertown, Massachusetts

Michael Harris Spector North Hills, New York

Peter Steffian Boston, Massachusetts

Sheldon D. Wander New York, New York

Arthur M. Weber Aiea, Hawaii

William Wiese II Burlington, Vermont

Gayland B. Witherspoon Pendelton, South Carolina

Carolina Y. C. Woo New York, New York

Raymond W. H. Yeh Norman, Oklahoma

Robert L. Ziegelman Birmingham, Michigan

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The 1989 investiture ceremony took place under the St. Louis Arch

1989 aia president Benjamin E. Brewer Jr.

honorary fellows Lorenzo E. Aldana Mexico

cof chancellor

Louis Gerard Arretche

Preston M. Bolton

France

Philip Manning Dowson gold medal

United Kingdom

Joseph Esherick

Sverre Fehn Norway

architecture firm award

Josef Paul Kleihues

Cesar Pelli & Associates

Toshio Nakamura

Germany Japan

edward c. kemper award Jean P. Carlhian whitney m. young jr. award John H. Spencer topaz medallion Charles Moore

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Shin’ichi Okada Japan

Juhani Pallasmaa Finland

Johan Richter Denmark

Alfred C. W. Roberts Canada

Aldo Rossi Italy


1989 fellows Pedro Aguirre

Paul J. Gumbinger

David J. Neuman

Dallas, Texas

San Mateo, California

Irvine, California

Anthony Ames

Alan C. Helman

Paul Stevenson Oles

Atlanta, Georgia

Maitland, Florida

Newton, Massachusetts

Joseph Bavaro

John Howey

Gregory S. Palermo

Princeton, New Jersey

Tampa, Florida

St. Louis, Missouri

Robert J. Berkebile

Charles A. Hubbard

James D. Pfluger

Kansas City, Missouri

Houston, Texas

Austin, Texas

Joseph F. Boehning

Edgar L. Huxley

Roger Vernon Reed

Albuquerque, New Mexico

San Diego, California

Liberty, Missouri

J. Donald Bowman

Jack B. Jones

Gil A. Sanchez

Bellevue, Washington

Tamuning, Guam

Santa Cruz, California

Walter T. Carry

Howard H. Juster

Angel C. Saqui II

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Miami, Florida

Richard Chylinski

Forrest M. Kelley Jr.

Joseph J. Scalabrin

Los Angeles, California

Tallahassee, Florida

Dallas, Texas

Richard C. Donkervoet

Thomas L. Kerns

Arthur F. Sidells

Baltimore, Maryland

Washington, DC

Warren, Ohio

Andrew F. Euston

John H. Lind

Lawrence Simons

Washington, DC

Iowa City, Iowa

Santa Rosa, California

John W. Focke

Herman C. Litwack

James Lee Thomas

Houston, Texas

Newark, New Jersey

Spartanburg, South Carolina

Albert B. Fuller Jr.

Peter E. Madsen

Raymond S. Thompson

St. Louis, Missouri

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Indianapolis, Indiana

Carolyn D. Geise

Walter B. Martinez

Michael F. Trostel

Seattle, Washington

Miami, Florida

Baltimore, Maryland

James Goettsch

Herbert P. McKim

John H. Winkler

Chicago, Illinois

Wilmington, North Carolina

New York, New York

Robert Lawrence Good

Samuel Mockbee

Dallas, Texas

Jackson, Mississippi

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The 1990 investiture ceremony at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture

1990 aia president Sylvester Damianos

honorary fellows Dato Ikmal Hisham Albakri Malaysia

cof chancellor

Gaetana Aulenti

William A. Rose Jr.

Italy

Essy Baniassad gold medal

Canada

E. Fay Jones

Jacob Blegvad Denmark

architecture firm award

David Y. Davies

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

Kiril Iliev Doytchev

United Kingdom Bulgaria

edward c. kemper award Henry W. Schirmer whitney m. young jr. award Harry G. Robinson III topaz medallion Raymond L. Kappe

Daryl Jackson Australia

Reiichiro Kitadai Japan

Yuri P. Platanov USSR

Eva Vecsei Canada

Jorge Nu ex Verdugo Mexico

Liangyong Wu China

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1990 fellows Ned H. Abrams

Betsey Olenick Dougherty

Diane Legge Kemp

Sunnyvale, California

Newport Beach, California

Chicago, Illinois

Ronald A. Altoon

William Eng

Lawrence J. Leis

Los Angeles, California

Champaign, Illinois

Louisville, Kentucky

Christopher Arnold

A. Bruce Etherington

Robert H. LeMond

San Mateo, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Fort Worth, Texas

Douglas H. Austin

James R. Foster

Walter H. Lewis

San Diego, California

San Antonio, Texas

Urbana-Champaigne, Illinois

Michael Bednar

Leslie M. Gallery

Robert Mack

Charlottesville, Virginia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Walter S. Blackburn

Truitt B. Garrison

Virginia S. March

Indianapolis, Indiana

Houston, Texas

Mobile, Alabama

Richard H. Bradfield

Dean W. Graves

Phillip T. Markwood

Atlanta, Georgia

Overland Park, Kansas

Columbus, Ohio

Adrienne Green Bresnan

Robert E. Greager

Noboru Nakamura

New York, New York

Southfield, Michigan

Oakland, California

Joseph Bresnan

John Only Greer

Ede I. Nemeti

New York, New York

College Station, Texas

Houston, Texas

M. J. Brodie

Gerald Gurland

Charles Harrison Pawley

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Coral Gables, Florida

Theodore R. Butler

Gerald S. Hammond

Thompson Edward Penney

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Hamilton, Ohio

Charleston, South Carolina

Brent Byers

William John Hawkins III

G. Gray Plosser Jr.

Dallas, Texas

Portland, Oregon

Birmingham, Alabama

Edgardo Contini

H. Curtis Ittner

Harry Granville Robinson III

Los Angeles, California

St. Louis, Missouri

Washington, DC

Christopher Coover

Jon Adams Jerde

Larry D. Self

Phoenix, Arizona

Los Angeles, California

Dallas, Texas

C. Jack Corgan

Richard E. Kaeyer

Mark Simon

Dallas, Texas

Mt. Kisco, New York

Centerbrook, Connecticut

Alex Cvijanovic

Michael Kwartler

Clifton Murray Smart Jr.

Watertown, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Fayetteville, Arkansas

N. R. De Haan

C. James Lawler

Christopher J. Smith

Chicago, Illinois

West Hartford, Connecticut

Honolulu, Hawaii

Panayotis Eric Devaris

Kermit J. Lee Jr.

Colin L. M. Smith

Basking Ridge, New Jersey

Syracuse, New York

Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Charles W. Steger Blacksburg, Virginia

Sidney W. Stubbs Jr. Charleston, South Carolina

Wilbur H. Tusler Jr. San Francisco, California

Edward K. Uhlir Chicago, Illinois

Robert L. Vickery Charlottesville, Virginia

John Vinci Chicago, Illinois

Merle T. Westlake Cambridge, Massachusetts

Chester A. Widom Santa Monica, California

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The 1991 investiture ceremony took place at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC

1991 aia president C. James Lawler

honorary fellows Tadao Ando Japan

cof chancellor

Jozsef Finta

Robert B. Marquis

Hungary

R. David Jackson gold medal

Australia

Charles W. Moore

Jens Nielsen Denmark

architecture firm award

Alexandros N. Tombazis

Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership

Richard Young

edward c. kemper award John F. Hartray Jr. whitney m. young jr. award Robert Kennard topaz medallion Kenneth B. Frampton 229

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Greece Canada


1991 fellows William Adams

Rudolph V. De Chellis

Jeffrey David Heller

Topanga, California

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

N. Sue Alden

David Dixon

Paul Anthony Hesson

Seattle, Washington

Boston, Massachusetts

San Antonio, Texas

John L. Atkins III

William L. Duquette

John Ray Hoke Jr.

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Los Gatos, California

Washington, DC

Paul Haley Barkley

Charles N. Eley Jr.

Bobbie Sue Hood

Falls Church, Virginia

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

Peter Batchelor

Arvid Elness

Marvin C. Housworth Jr.

Raleigh, North Carolina

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Atlanta, Georgia

Carmi Bee

Douglas K. Engebretson

Norman Jaffe

New York, New York

Agawam, Massachusetts

Bridgehampton, New York

Thomas Hall Beeby

Jerome R. Ernst

Walker C. Johnson

Chicago, Illinois

Seattle, Washington

Chicago, Illinois

Rebecca Lee Binder

William H. Fain Jr.

David N. LaBau

Playa del Rey, California

Los Angeles, California

Glastonbury, Connecticut

William E. Brazley Jr.

Bob G. Fillpot

Andrea P. Leers

Park Forest, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Paul Broches

Maurice N. Finegold

Herbert E. Lembcke

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

San Francisco, California

Robert F. Brown Jr.

Hollye C. Fisk

George B. Lewis

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dallas, Texas

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Charles I. Bryant

Michael A. Fitts

Gabor Lorant

Washington, DC

Nashville, Tennessee

Phoenix, Arizona

John J. Casbarian

Chad Floyd

Larry Lord

Houston, Texas

Essex, Connecticut

Atlanta, Georgia

Robert L. Cioppa

Harrison S. Fraker Jr.

John Loss

New York, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

College Park, Maryland

William M. Conrad

James B. Gatton

Lenore M. Lucey

Kansas City, Missouri

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

David Allen Daileda

Steven Marshall Goldberg

June S. Lundgren

Washington, DC

New York, New York

St. Paul, Minnesota

James E. Dalton

Joan E. Goody

Eugene J. Mackey III

Kent, Ohio

Boston, Massachusetts

St. Louis, Missouri

Leo A. Daly III

Dellas H. Harder

Susan A. Maxman

Washington, DC

Columbus, Ohio

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Arthur May

Danny M. Samuels

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

William C. McCulloch

Barnett Paul Schorr

Newport Beach, California

Seattle, Washington

Margaret I. McCurry

Charles F. Schrader

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Lawrence P. Melillo

Kenneth A. Schroeder

Louisville, Kentucky

Chicago, Illinois

Gerald Moorhead

John P. Sheehy

Houston, Texas

Cambridge, Massachusetts

John W. Mullen III

Sidney M. Shelov

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Mary L. Oehrlein

Robert H. Siegel

Washington, DC

New York, New York

James W. P. Olson

E. Crichton Singleton

Seattle, Washington

Kansas City, Missouri

Stuart Pertz

Michael J. Stanton

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Carolyn S. Peterson

Ray Takata

San Antonio, Texas

Sacramento, California

Eleanore Pettersen

Warren D. Thompson

Saddle River, New Jersey

Fresno, California

Marshall E. Purnell

Robert M. Timme

Washington, DC

Houston, Texas

Rob Wellington Quigley

Kenneth Treister

San Diego, California

Coconut Grove, Florida

Henry S. Reeder Jr.

Charles Wesley Warterfield Jr.

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Nashville, Tennessee

James W. Rhodes

Cynthia Weese

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

James W. Ritter

Murray Whisnant

Alexandria, Virginia

Charlotte, North Carolina

James G. Rogers II

Michael B. Wilkes

Winter Park, Florida

San Diego, California

Richard M. Rosan

George C. T. Woo

New York, New York

Dallas, Texas

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Trinity Church, Boston, site of the 1992 investiture ceremony

1992 aia president W. Cecil Steward

honorary fellows Donald C. R. Bailey Australia

cof chancellor

Nils Carlson

L. Jane Hastings

Sweden

Vakhtang Davitaia gold medal

USSR

Benjamin Thompson

David W. Edwards Canada

architecture firm award

Inger Exner

James Stewart Polshek and Partners

Johannes Exner

edward c. kemper award Betty Lou Custer whitney m. young jr. award Curtis J. Moody topaz medallion Spiro Kostof 232

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Denmark Denmark

Shoji Hayashi Japan

Alexander P. Kudryavtsev USSR

Vladimir Slapeta Czechoslovakia

Sara Topelson de Grinberg Mexico


1992 fellows James Garth Alexander

Paul Spencer Byard

Dale R. Ellickson

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Washington, DC

Dorman D. Anderson

Robert Campbell

Scott Ellinwood

Seattle, Washington

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Ventura, California

Bruce P. Arneill

Horace Seay Cantrell Jr.

Lawrence Enyart

Glastonbury, Connecticut

Indianapolis, Indiana

Phoenix, Arizona

Donald C. Axon

Chris Carson

Ralph Folland Evans

Los Angeles, California

San Antonio, Texas

Salt Lake City, Utah

Howard John Backen

Lawrence Chaffin Jr.

David Jay Flood

San Francisco, California

Los Angeles, California

Santa Monica, California

Shalom Baranes

Wing T. Chao

Bernardo Fort-Brescia

Washington, DC

Burbank, California

Coral Gables, Florida

Carol Ross Barney

L. William Chapin II

Charles E. Garrison

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Carbondale, Illinois

John Richmond Birge

Frederick Lee Christensen

Wilmot G. Gilland

Omaha, Nebraska

Salinas, California

Eugene, Oregon

Frederick Bland

Fred W. Clarke III

Cary Conrad Goodman

New York, New York

New Haven, Connecticut

Kansas City, Missouri

Friedric K. M. Bohm

Charles Benjamin Croft

John P. Goodman

Columbus, Ohio

Austin, Texas

Syracuse, New York

Michael E. Bolinger

Gary M. Cunningham

Lee Roy Hahnfeld

Baltimore, Maryland

Dallas, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas

Clyde A. Brady III

Fernand W. Dahan

Stanley Ira Hallet

Orlando, Florida

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Joel Brand

George Nelson Daniels

Gerald Hallissy

Houston, Texas

Salt Lake City, Utah

New York, New York

Daniel R. Brents

Gita Dev

Robert L. Hamill Jr.

Villiers Sur Marne, France

San Francisco, California

Boise, Idaho

Stanford R. Britt

Suzanne DiGeronimo

D. Kirk Hamilton

Washington, DC

Paramus, New Jersey

Bellaire, Texas

Woodlief Fulmore Brown

William M. Dikis

Perry Andrew Haviland

Abilene, Texas

Des Moines, Iowa

Oakland, California

Harvey John Bryan

Michael A. Dobbins

Charles R. Heuer

Belmont, Massachusetts

Birmingham, Alabama

Bedford, Massachusetts

Robert E. Bryant

Jimmy Cal Doche

David Hirsch Hoffman

Washington, DC

Amarillo, Texas

Austin, Texas

Edward M. Burke

Milford Wayne Donaldson

John J. Hoffmann

Seattle, Washington

San Diego, California

North Haven, Connecticut

James E. Burlage

William R. Dutcher

Major L. Holland

San Francisco, California

Berkeley, California

Tuskegee, Alabama

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Jess Holmes

Herbert W. Levy

Raymond G. Post Jr.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Robert Y. C. Hsiung

Harry A. MacEwen

Donald Prowler

Boston, Massachusetts

Tampa, Florida

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Rufus R. Hughes II

Gary J. Mahaffey

Craig E. Rafferty

Atlanta, Georgia

Minneapolis, Minnesota

St. Paul, Minnesota

Robert E. Hull

Marvin John Malecha

Jefferson B. Riley

Seattle, Washington

Pomona, California

Essex, Connecticut

Edwin J. Johnson

Don C. Miles

C. David Robinson

Dallas, Texas

Seattle, Washington

Sausalito, California

Kirby M. Keahey

Lionel B. Morrison

Byron Foster Romanowitz

Houston, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Lexington, Kentucky

Dennis Michael King

Eric Owen Moss

Martha Leibowitz Rothman

Southfield, Michigan

Culver City, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Ballard H. T. Kirk

Perry King Neubauer

William W. Rupe

Columbus, Ohio

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Glendale, Missouri

Ronald Krueck

William O. Neuhaus III

Der Scutt

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

James Oleg Kruhly

Lawrence J. O’Donnell

Jerome J. Sincoff

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Deerfield, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

James I. Lammers

Elizabeth Seward Padjen

Laurinda H. Spear

St. Paul, Minnesota

Topsfield, Massachusetts

Coral Gables, Florida

Gregory W. Landahl

Richard W. Payne

Alfred M. Staehli

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Portland, Oregon

T. Jerry Lawrence

Gerard W. Peer

Ralph Steinglass

Tacoma, Washington

Charlotte, North Carolina

New York, New York

M. David Lee

Andrew Perez III

Michael Jay Stepner

Brookline, Massachusetts

San Antonio, Texas

San Diego, California

Todd Lee

Robert W. Peters

Robert Michael Swatt

Boston, Massachusetts

Albuquerque, New Mexico

San Francisco, California

Gene Leedy

Anthony C. Platt

Virginia Ward Tanzmann

Winter Haven, Florida

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

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Logic Tobola II Houston, Texas

Thomas Patrick Turner Charlotte, North Carolina

Thomas C. Van Housen Minneapolis, Minnesota

Johannes Van Tilburg Santa Monica, California

C. Gregory Walsh Santa Monica, California

Lloyd G. Walter Jr. Winston-Salem, North Carolina

I. Donald Weston Brooklyn, New York

James H. Wheeler Jr. Abilene, Texas

Tod Culpan Williams New York, New York

Peter Kurt Woerner New Haven, Connecticut

Francis Michael Wai-Ling Wong Seattle, Washington

David Geoffrey Woodcock College Station, Texas

Robert Stanford Woodhurst Jr. Augusta, Georgia

Robert Stanford Woodhurst III Augusta, Georgia

Peter Jay Zweig Houston, Texas

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Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, site of the 1993 investiture ceremony

1993 aia president Susan A. Maxman

honorary fellows Oriol Bohigas Spain

cof chancellor

Cesar X. Flores

John A. Busby Jr.

Mexico

Jaime Lerner gold medal

Brazil

Thomas Jefferson

Olufemi Majekodunmi

Kevin Roche

Nigeria

Motlatsi Peter Malefane

architecture firm award

South Africa

Cambridge Seven Associates Inc.

Spain

Jose Raphael Moneo Jean Nouvel France

edward c. kemper award

Carl J. A. NyrÇn

Theodore F. Mariani

Philippe Robert

Sweden France

whitney m. young jr. award David Castro-Blanco topaz medallion Mario Salvadori

Witold Rybczynski Canada

Minoru Takeyama Japan

Gino Valle Italy

Roy W. Willwerth Canada

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1993 fellows Thomas R. Aidala

John P. Ehrig

David L. Hoffman

San Francisco, California

Melbourne, Florida

Wichita, Kansas

Robert Arrigoni

Steven Ehrlich

Ray C. Hoover III

San Francisco, California

Venice, California

Atlanta, Georgia

John M. Barley II

Thomas N. Eichbaum

David C. Hovey

Jacksonville, Florida

Washington, DC

Glencoe, Illinois

Raj Barr-Kumar

Barry Elbasani

Charles King Hoyt

Washington, DC

Berkeley, California

New York, New York

Jay S. Bauer

James H. Eley

Richard W. Huffman

Newport Beach, California

Jackson, Mississippi

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lee P. Bearsch

Philip A. Esocoff

Robert Adams Ivy Jr.

Binghamton, New York

Washington, DC

Columbus, Mississippi

Karl A. Berg

J. Handel Evans

Johnpaul Jones

Denver, Colorado

San Jose, California

Seattle, Washington

H. Maynard Blumer

Werner L. Feibes

Bruce Judd

Paradise Valley, Arizona

Schenectady, New York

San Francisco, California

Roy Ward Bogard Jr.

Richard B. Ferrier

Raymond Kaskey

Fort Worth, Texas

Arlington, Texas

Washington, DC

James W. Buckley

Robert A. Fielden

Larry Jay Keller

Swainsboro, Georgia

Las Vegas, Nevada

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Norma Decamp Burns

Luis Flores-Dumont

Russell V. Keune

Raleigh, North Carolina

Santurce, Puerto Rico

Washington, DC

Marvin J. Cantor

Kirk A. Gastinger

Lee F. Kilbourn

Fairfax, Virginia

Kansas City, Missouri

Portland, Oregon

Joseph Ceruti

Phillip H. Gerou

David R. H. King

Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Evergreen, Colorado

Washington, DC

Thomas R. Clause

Gary Graham

Gordon L. King

Des Moines, Iowa

Boston, Massachusetts

Sacramento, California

Lawrence D. Cook

David Lawrence Gray

J. Arvid Klein

Falls Church, Virginia

Santa Monica, California

New York, New York

Ronald O. Crawford

Richard J. Green

Jim C. Kollaer

Roanoke, Virginia

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Houston, Texas

Jerry A. Davis

Francis A. Guffey

Robert N. Kronewitter

New York, New York

Charleston, West Virginia

Denver, Colorado

John M. Davis

John Paul C. Hanbury

Denis G. Kuhn

Austin, Texas

Norfolk, Virginia

New York, New York

Paul S. Devrouax Jr.

David A. Harris

Martha Lampkin Welborne

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Watertown, Massachusetts

Boris Dramov

David Paul Helpern

Arnold L. Larsen

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

LaGrange, Illinois

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Dayl A. Larson

Judith L. Rowe

Ronald H. Tan

Denver, Colorado

Oakland, California

Spokane, Washington

George H. Loschky

Albert W. Rubeling Jr.

James Byron Thomas

Seattle, Massachusetts

Townon, Maryland

Houston, Texas

Judsen R. Marquardt

Carol S. Sakata

Robert Lewis Thompson

Seattle, Washington

Honolulu, Hawaii

Portland, Oregon

Richard E. McCommons

Raj Saksena

LeRoy S. Troyer

Washington, DC

Barrington, Rhode Island

Mishawaka, Indiana

Richard C. Meyer

James J. Sanders

Kenneth A. Underwood

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Seattle, Washington

Newark, New Jersey

Ronald L. Moline

Gotthilf Goetz Schierle

Joseph D. Vaccaro

Kankakee, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, California

James R. Morter

Fred C. Schmidt

Joseph Valerio

Vail, Colorado

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Chicago, Illinois

Rosemary Muller

Jim W. Sealy

Rafael Vinoly

Oakland, California

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Robert C. Mutchler

Carol Shen

Richard L. von Luhrte

Fargo, North Dakota

Berkeley, California

Denver, Colorado

Barton Myers

Robert T. Simpson Jr.

Les Wallach

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

Tucson, Arizona

Robert Duncan Nicol

Cole Smith

George Truman Ward

Oakland, California

Dallas, Texas

Fairfax, Virginia

I. Lewis Nix

Tyler Smith

Bryce A. Weigand

Atlanta, Georgia

Hartford, Connecticut

Dallas, Texas

Edward L. Oremen

David I. Smotrich

Edward Weinstein

San Diego, California

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

George C. Pappageorge

Neil H. Smull

Sarelle Weisberg

Chicago, Illinois

Boise, Idaho

New York, New York

L. Bradford Perkins

Jane M. Stansfeld

Henry A. Wood

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Barton Phelps

Neal P. Stowe

James R. Wooten

Los Angeles, California

Salt Lake City, Utah

Fort Worth, Texas

Peter Anders Rand

Michael J. Stransky

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Salt Lake City, Utah

Kevin Roche

George Suyama

Hamden, Connecticut

Seattle, Washington

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The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, site of the 1994 investiture ceremony

1994 aia president L. William Chapin II

honorary fellows Juan Bassegoda Nonell Spain

cof chancellor

A. J. Diamond

Thomas H. Teasdale

Canada

Toyo Ito gold medal

Japan

Norman Foster

Azusa Kito Japan

architecture firm award

Dogan Kuban

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Juha Ilmari Leiviskä

Turkey Finland

edward c. kemper award Harry C. Hallenbeck whitney m. young jr. award Ki Suh Park topaz medallion Harlan E. McClure

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Robert Peter McIntyre Australia

Brian Sim Canada


1994 fellows Jan M. Abell

Marshall Fenn Clarke

Frank Lanneau Fuller

Tampa, Florida

Greenville, South Carolina

Berkeley, California

Michael Adlerstein

Doris Cole

Duncan Thomas Fulton III

New York, New York

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Dallas, Texas

Laurin B. Askew Jr.

David S. Collins

David F. Furman

Columbia, Maryland

Cincinnati, Ohio

Charlotte, North Carolina

James Frazier Barker

David Cox

John C. Gaunt

Clemson, South Carolina

Washington, DC

Minneapolis, Minnesota

C. Errol Barron Jr.

Metcalf Crump

Barbara L. Geddis

New Orleans, Louisiana

Memphis, Tennessee

Stamford, Connecticut

Richard E. Barrow

Evan D. Cruthers

Roger Neal Goldstein

Birmingham, Alabama

Honolulu, Hawaii

Boston, Massachusetts

Alan Jennings Beard

John Wilson Cuningham

Warren W. Gran

Portland, Oregon

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New York, New York

K. Norman Berry

Ben H. Cunningham

Willard Edward Gwilliam

Louisville, Kentucky

Tierra Verde, Florida

Williamsburg, Virginia

Gary A. Bowden

James L. Cutler

Dan Heinfeld

Baltimore, Maryland

Bainbridge Island, Washington

Irvine, California

Jennie Sue Brown

Peter H. Dominick Jr.

Robert Herman

Seattle, Washington

Denver, Colorado

San Francisco, California

Barry B. Bruce

Brian Paul Dougherty

Robert G. Hershberger

Bellaire, Texas

Newport Beach, California

Tucson, Arizona

C. Joe Buskuhl

Rand L. Elliott

David M. Hewitt

Dallas, Texas

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Seattle, Washington

Harold Buttrick

Joseph L. Fleischer

Charles Clinton Hight

New York, New York

New York, New York

Charlotte, North Carolina

Donald Edwin Carlson

Robert M. Ford III

Mark Larson Hinshaw

Seattle, Washington

Mississippi State, Mississippi

Bellevue, Washington

Donald K. Carter

Bob J. Fowler

Jeffrey A. Huberman

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Abilene, Texas

Charlotte, North Carolina

Ann R. Chaintreuil

Gregory Esser Franta

Timm L. Jamieson

Rochester, New York

Boulder, Colorado

Roanoke, Virginia

Edith Ann Cherry

Edward C. Friedrichs

Anthony N. Johns Jr.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Santa Monica, California

Baltimore, Maryland

Gordon Hing Quon Chong

Richard Edwin Fry

Bendrew Gilbert Jong

San Francisco, California

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Orinda, California

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Duane A. Kell

John Michael Novack Jr.

Eugene L. Surber

St. Paul, Minnesota

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Atlanta, Georgia

Steven Y. Kodama

Joshua Jih Pan

Ted Tokio Tanaka

San Francisco, California

Taipei, Taiwan

Marina del Rey, California

Edward J. Kodet Jr.

John Arthur Raeber

James Leslie Tyler

Minneapolis, Minnesota

San Francisco, California

Santa Monica, California

Ronald J. Labinski

William L. Rawn III

Robert H. Uyeda

Kansas City, Missouri

Boston, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

James Lambeth

Roscoe Reeves Jr.

Stephen Vogel

Fayetteville, Arkansas

North Chevy Chase, Maryland

Detroit, Michigan

William C. Louie

Victor A. Regnier

David D. Wallace

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Frederic P. Lyman

James Gus Rome

Amy Weinstein

Sebeka, Minnesota

Corpus Christi, Texas

Washington, DC

John E. MacAllister

Robert W. Root

Jane H. Weinzapfel

San Francisco, California

Denver, Colorado

Boston, Massachusetts

Victor C. Mahler

Norman Rosenfeld

Paul Willen

New York, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

Robert E. Martin

H. Mark Ruth

Harold L. Williams

Toledo, Ohio

Agana, Guam

Los Angeles, California

Marshall D. Meyers

James E. Rydeen

John C. Wilmot

Palm Springs, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Linda Harris Michael

Linda W. Sanders

Steven Winter

Alexandria, Virginia

Tucson, Arizona

Norwalk, Connecticut

David E. Miller

Walter Schamu

Scott W. Wyatt

Seattle, Washington

Baltimore, Maryland

Seattle, Washington

L. Kirk Miller

Jack T. Sidener

John Loren Yaw

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

Aspen, Colorado

Lamberto G. Moris

Robert H. Silver

San Francisco, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Michael Mostoller

Donald E. Sporleder

Princeton, New Jersey

South Bend, Indiana

John V. Mutlow

Arthur V. Strock

Los Angeles, California

Newport Beach, California

Kenneth H. Natkin

Erik Sueberkrop

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

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Atlanta’s Fox Theater, site of the 1995 investiture ceremony

1995 aia president Chester A. Widom

honorary fellows Maurico Rivero Borrel Mexico

cof chancellor

Meinhard von Gerkan

Robert T. Coles

Germany

Blanche Lemco van Ginkel gold medal

Canada

Cesar Pelli

Nicholas T. Grimshaw United Kingdom

architecture firm award

Hisao Koyama

Beyer Blinder Belle

Glenn Murcutt

Japan Australia

edward c. kemper award Paul R. Neel whitney m. young jr. award William J. Stanley III topaz medallion Henry N. Cobb

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Mario Paredes Gaete Chile

Ignasi de Sola-Morales Rubio Spain

Shin Takamatsu Japan

Paul-Andre Tetreault Canada


1995 fellows William T. Adams

William T. Davis

Brian H. Gracey

Dallas, Texas

Greenville, South Carolina

Atlanta, Georgia

Charles A. Albanese

Allan J. Dehar

Roy Eugene Graham

Tucson, Arizona

New Haven, Connecticut

Washington, DC

Ralph G. Allen

Gary Lee Desmond Sr.

William H. Haire Jr.

Santa Ana, California

Denver, Colorado

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Lee H. Askew III

John James Diamond

David Michael Harper

Memphis, Tennessee

Jacksonville, Florida

South Miami, Florida

George R. Bartholick

Frederick Dail Dixon

Craig W. Hartman

Seattle, Washington

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

San Francisco, California

Ronald J. Battaglia

Michael A. Dixon

H. Ralph Hawkins

Buffalo, New York

St. Charles, Illinois

Dallas, Texas

David Wells Beer

J. Paul Duffendack

Michael M. Hearn

New York, New York

Kansas City, Missouri

San Francisco, California

Byron Bell

Robert N. Eddy

Stephen S. Huh

New York, New York

Bakersfield, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Wayne Berg

David James Edwards Jr.

Syed V. Husain

New York, New York

Columbia, South Carolina

Emeryville, California

Kirk V. Blunck

Kristine K. Fallon

Elizabeth Wright Ingraham

Des Moines, Iowa

Chicago, Illinois

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Joseph Aaron Boggs

Edward A. Feiner

Gary W. Johnson

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Grand Forks, North Dakota

J. Max Bond Jr.

Richard E. Fernau

Ralph E. Johnson

New York, New York

Berkeley, California

Chicago, Illinois

Robert A. Boynton

Stephanie Elaine Ferrell

Scott Johnson

Richmond, Virginia

Tampa, Florida

Los Angeles, California

Marvin Buchanan

Ronald C. Filson

David A. Jordani

Berkeley, California

New Orleans, Louisiana

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Huber H. Buehrer

W. Jeff Floyd Jr.

Jane Keane

Maumee, Ohio

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Thomas K. Butt

Steven M. Foote

William D. Kendall

Point Richmond, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Houston, Texas

Bob Coffee

Russell Forester

John Morgan Kirksey

Austin, Texas

La Jolla, California

Houston, Texas

Leland D. Cott

Martin B. Gelber

Alfred H. Koetter

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Santa Monica, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Bernard J. Cywinski

David Evan Glasser

Hendrik Koning

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Santa Monica, California

Doris Andrews Danna

Val Glitsch

Melvin S. Krause Jr.

St. Louis, Missouri

Houston, Texas

Yorktown, Virginia

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Anne McCutcheon Lewis

Solomon S. Pan

Roger Shiels

Washington, DC

San Francisco, California

Portland, Oregon

Calvin F. Lewis

Charles Almond Pearson Jr.

James H. Somes Jr.

Des Moines, Iowa

Arlington, Virginia

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Thomas E. Lollini

Lynn Sanders Pomeroy

Michael Southworth

Berkeley, California

Sacramento, California

Berkeley, California

Phillip E. Lundwall

Homer L. Puderbaugh

Lawrence W. Speck

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Lincoln, Nebraska

Austin, Texas

David C. Martin

Michael Pyatok

Joseph G. Sprague

Los Angeles, California

Oakland, California

Dallas, Texas

Ronald L. Mason

Richard W. Quinn

Frank A. Stasiowski

Denver, Colorado

Glastonbury, Connecticut

Newton, Massachusetts

John M. Maudlin-Jeronimo

David R. Richter

William W. Stewart

Washington, DC

Corpus Christi, Texas

Clayton, Missouri

John McCartney

James Volney Righter

Sharon E. Sutton

Washington, DC

Boston, Massachusetts

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Grant G. McCullagh

Joseph W. Robinson Sr.

John Tomassi

Chicago, Illinois

Atlanta, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois

C. Andrew McLean

Kenneth Alan Rodrigues

Edward T. M. Tsoi

Atlanta, Georgia

San Jose, California

Cambridge, Massachusetts

E. Eean McNaughton Jr.

BenjaminT. Rook

Jack R. Tucker Jr.

New Orleans, Louisiana

Charlotte, North Carolina

Memphis, Tennessee

John M. McRae

Edgar B. Ross

John Gordon Turnbull

Hattiesburg, Mississippi

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

R. Alan Melting

J. William Rudd

Gary K. Weeter

New York, New York

Knoxville, Tennessee

Dallas, Texas

James W. Miller

Louis R. Saur

Nicholas H. Weingarten

Madison, Wisconsin

St. Louis, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

Adolfo E. Miralles

John P. Schooley

Steven F. Weiss

Altadena, California

Columbus, Ohio

Chicago, Illinois

Robert L. Morgan

Warren R. Schwartz

Paul Westlake Jr.

Minnetrista, Minnesota

Boston, Massachusetts

Cleveland, Ohio

Donald B. Myer

Linda Searl

Leonard S. Wicklund

Washington, DC

Chicago, Illinois

Deerfield, Illinois

John F. Nesholm

John C. Senhauser

Homer L. Williams

Seattle, Washington

Cincinnati, Ohio

Riverside, Missouri

William L. O’Brien Jr.

Takashi Shida

Gary V. Zimmerman

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Los Angeles, California

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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1996 aia president Raymond G. Post Jr.

honorary fellows Kurt Ackermann Germany

cof chancellor

Bill Chomik

Ellis W. Bullock Jr.

Canada

Michael Hopkins architecture firm award

United Kingdom

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Germany

edward c. kemper award Sylvester Damianos whitney m. young jr. award John L. Wilson topaz medallion Denise Scott-Brown

Rob Krier Kjell Lund Norway

Alvaro Joaquim de Meio Siza Portugal

Gustav Peichl Austria

Raili Pietila Finland

Derry Menzies Robertson Canada

Nils Slaatto Norway

Yoshio Taniguchi Japan

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1996 fellows James Logan Abell

R. Wayne Drummond

Edward M. Hord

Tempe, Arizona

Gainesville, Florida

Baltimore, Maryland

David Baker

Andres M. Duany

James Murray Howard

San Francisco, California

Miami, Florida

Charlottesville, Virginia

Richard W. Bartholomew

Steven L. Einhorn

Harry J. Hunderman

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Albany, New York

Chicago, Illinois

William Bechhoefer

Richard K. Eisner

William A. Isley

Bethesda, Maryland

Oakland, California

Seattle, Washington

Daniel D. Bennett

Elizabeth S. Ericson

Bernard I. Jones

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Boston, Massachusetts

Carbondale, Illinois

Mario H. Boiardi

Curtis Worth Fentress

J. Delaine Jones

Washington, DC

Denver, Colorado

Troy, New York

Gary R. Bowen

Robert Ferris

Eino Olavi Kainlauri

Omaha, Nebraska

San Diego, California

Ames, Iowa

Raymond D. Brochstein

Ira Fink

Stephen Kieran

Houston, Texas

Berkeley, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Allen Burns

Darrell A. Fitzgerald

James F. Knight

Alexandria, Virginia

Houston, Texas

Stillwater, Oklahoma

David R. Cartnal

James T. Fitzgerald

William H. Knight

Bakersfield, California

Cincinnati, Ohio

Santa Rosa, California

Edward E. Cherry

James Ray Follett

Panos Koulermos

Hamden, Connecticut

San Francisco, California

Los Angeles, California

Robert E. Chisholm

Thomas K. Fridstein

Rod Kruse

Miami, Florida

Chicago, Illinois

Des Moines, Iowa

Eugene Darwin Cizek

Harry T. Gordon

David C. Lake

New Orleans, Louisiana

Washington, DC

San Antonio, Texas

Robert K. Clough

Susan Greenwald

Anne Spencer Leineweber

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Honolulu, Hawaii

Randolph R. Croxton

Theodore S. Hammer

J. Carson Looney

New York, New York

New York, New York

Memphis, Tennessee

Todd Dalland

John M. Hara

Robert Dale Lynch

New York, New York

Honolulu, Hawaii

Moon Township, Pennsylvania

Theoharis David

Arn Henderson

Arnold Mikon

New York, New York

Norman, Oklahoma

Detroit, Michigan

Clare Henry Day

Philip C. Henderson

Stephen Muse

Redlands, California

Dallas, Texas

Washington, DC

Katherine Diamond

L. M. Holder III

Peter Caverly Newlin

Los Angeles, California

Austin, Texas

Chestertown, Maryland

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Jeffrey Karl Ochsner

Tomas H. Spiers Jr.

Seattle, Washington

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

Harold B. Olin

Richard P. Stahl

Chicago, Illinois

Springfield, Missouri

Leonard A. Peterson

Robert T. Steinberg

Deerfield, Illinois

San Jose, California

Frederick Phillips

Richard Sundberg

Chicago, Illinois

Seattle, Washington

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk

Patrick C. Tillett

Miami, Florida

Portland, Oregon

David A. Rhodes

Leslie D. Tincknell

Memphis, Tennessee

Saginaw, Michigan

Paul J. Ricciuti

John G. Waite

Youngstown, Ohio

Albany, New York

Moshe Safdie

Stephen Q. Whitney

Somerville, Massachusetts

Detroit, Michigan

Adele Naude Santos

Frank Williams

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Hans J. Schiller

Mark F. Williams

Mill Valley, California

Maple Glen, Pennsylvania

Roger L. Schluntz

Roger B. Williams

Coral Gables, Florida

Seattle, Washington

Bruce M. Sellery

Michael E. Willis

Marina del Rey, California

San Francisco, California

Paul G. Sieben

Joseph J. Wisnewski

Toledo, Ohio

Alexandria, Virginia

Arthur M. Skolnik

Martin F. Wolf

Snoqualmie, Washington

Chicago, Illinois

Frank Folsom Smith

Robert “Buzz” Yudell

Sarasota, Florida

Santa Monica, California

John R. Smith Ketchum, Idaho

Richard Solomon Chicago, Illinois

John R. Sorrenti Mineola, New York

Marvin J. Sparn Boulder, Colorado

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Church of the Most Holy Name of Jesus, Loyola University, New Orleans, site of the 1997 invesitutre ceremony

1997 aia president Raj Barr-Kumar

honorary fellows Gunnel Adlercreutz Finland

cof chancellor

Xavier Cortes Rocha

Jack DeBartolo Jr.

Mexico

Barry J. Hobin gold medal

Canada

Richard Meier

Patricia Hopkins United Kingdom

architecture firm award

Kwang-Ro Lee

R. M. Kliment & Frances Halsband Architects

Angelina Munoz de Madrid

edward c. kemper award Harold L. Adams whitney m. young jr. award Alan Y. Taniguchi topaz medallion Donlyn Lyndon 248

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Korea Mexico

Christian de Portzamparc France

Ye Rutang China

Helmut C. Schulitz Germany

Tsutomu Shigemura Japan


1997 fellows Roula Alakiotou

Frank Dimster

Michael Hricak

Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Venice, California

James J. Amis

Darwin V. Doss

Frances Huppert

Pasadena, California

Salem, Oregon

New York, New York

Deon F. Bahr

Joseph Ehrlich

Mary Alice Hutchins

Lincoln, Nebraska

Los Altos, California

Portland, Oregon

Thomas Lee Becker

Harry Ellenzweig

Gary Y. Kaplan

Washington, DC

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Red Bank, New Jersey

Marlene J. Berkoff

Robin M. Ellerthorpe

Roy F. Knight

San Francisco, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Tallahassee, Florida

Ronald P. Bertone

David S. Evans

Jerrily R. Kress

Hopelawn, New Jersey

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Washington, DC

Michael Bobrow

Jay Farbstein

Alex Krieger

Los Angeles, California

San Luis Obispo, California

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Stanley G. Boles

Daniel J. Feil

Henry J. Lagorio

Portland, Oregon

Washington, DC

Orinda, California

Scott W. Braley

Michael M. Fieldman

William R. Lawson

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Washington, DC

Ronald M. Brame

Jerry Victor Finrow

Brenda A. Levin

Dallas, Texas

Seattle, Washington

Los Angeles, California

Richard Brayton

Stephen Friedlaender

David P. Lindsey

San Francisco, California

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Seattle, Washington

Myra M. Brocchini

Nicholas Goldsmith

Tom Livingston

Berkeley, California

New York, New York

Anchorage, Alaska

Larry S. Bruton

L. Duane Grieve

Clark David Manus

Portland, Oregon

Knoxville, Tennessee

San Francisco, California

John Hulon Bryant

Edward A. Grochowiak

William A. McDonough

Stillwater, Oklahoma

San Diego, California

Charlottesville, Virginia

Heather Willson Cass

William R. Gustafson

James M. McManus

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Glastonbury, Connecticut

Walter F. Chatham

W. Easley Hamner

Andrew Metter

New York, New York

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Maurice F. Childs

Timothy P. Hartung

John F. Miller

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Richard T. Conrad

Dennis E. Haskell

William C. Miller

Sacramento, California

Seattle, Washington

Salt Lake City, Utah

Steven M. Davis

Eugene C. Hopkins

Robert B. Molseed

New York, New York

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Annandale, Virginia

Howard S. Decker

Reginald D. Hough

Curtis J. Moody

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Columbus, Ohio

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Frederic D. Moyer

Darrell L. Smith

Northbrook, Illinois

Eugene, Oregon

James Austin Neal

Stephen B. Smith

Greenville, South Carolina

Salt Lake City, Utah

Charles Warner Oakley

Robert A. Spillman

Los Angeles, California

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Richard M. Olcott

Donald Joseph Stastny

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

Sharon Collins Park

William F. Stern

Washington, DC

Houston, Texas

Robert C. Parrott

James M. Stevenson

Knoxville, Tennessee

Chicago, Illinois

Steven A. Parshall

Donald R. Sunshine

Houston, Texas

Blacksburg, Virginia

Penny Hamilton Posedly

Walter Q. Taylor

Honolulu, Hawaii

Jacksonville, Florida

Marcel Quimby

Leonard Veitzer

Dallas, Texas

San Diego, California

Lemuel Ramos

Leonard Volk

Miami, Florida

Dallas, Texas

Patrick C. Rehse

Sharon F. Washburn

Phoenix, Arizona

Bethesda, Maryland

James G. Rogers III

David H. Watkins

New York, New York

Bellaire, Texas

Richard Rothman

Janet Rothberg White

Atlanta, Georgia

Springfield, Missouri

Michael Rotondi

Samuel G. White

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

John Ruble

Allison Grace Williams

Santa Monica, California

San Francisco, California

Evett J. Ruffcorn

Steven R. Winkel

Seattle, Washington

Berkeley, California

Werner Sabo

Paul Winslow

Chicago, Illinois

Phoenix, Arizona

Sam Scaccia

Kyu Sung Woo

Chicago, Illinois

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Phillip K. Settecase

Frank Sallee Zilm

Salem, Oregon

Kansas City, Missouri

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St. Mary’s Cathedral, San Francisco, site of the 1998 investiture ceremony

1998 aia president Ronald Arthur Altoon

honorary fellows Terry Farrell United Kingdom

cof chancellor

Eva Matsuzaki

Harold L. Adams

Canada

Zhang Qinnan architecture firm award Centerbrook Architects and Planners edward c. kemper award Norman L. Koonce whitney m. young jr. award Leon Bridges topaz medallion Werner Seligmann

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China

Ismael Mario Rodriguez Garcia Mexico

Detlef Schreiber Germany

Masao Shiina Japan

Luo Xiaowei China


1998 fellows Loren Peter Ahles

Antonio G. Di Mambro

Frank Harmon

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Boston, Massachusetts

Raleigh, North Carolina

Henry C. Alexander Jr.

Janet Donelson

James W. Harrell

Coral Gables, Florida

Seattle, Washington

Cincinnati, Ohio

Martha Peck Andrews

Mary-Jean Eastman

Douglas C. Hartman

Portland, Oregon

New York, New York

Dallas, Texas

Anthony J. Atkin

Jeremiah Eck

Bruce A. Hawtin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Boston, Massachusetts

Jackson, Wyoming

Ann M. Beha

John M. Ellis

Margaret Helfand

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

New York, New York

Ralph Clifford Bender

Terrel M. Emmons

Kem G. Hinton

San Antonio, Texas

Alexandria, Virginia

Nashville, Tennessee

Lance Bird

Mark C. Engelbrecht

Gregory O. Hnedak

Pasadena, California

Ames, Iowa

Memphis, Tennessee

Jan Gaede Blackmon

James Gantt Fausett

Dean M. Illingworth

Dallas, Texas

Marietta, Georgia

Indianapolis, Indiana

Bernard Bortnick

Edward C. Flato

Mike Jackson

Dallas, Texas

San Antonio, Texas

Springfield, Illinois

J. Michael Brendle

Alan Golin Gass

Stephen Kanner

Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado

Los Angeles, California

H. Gordon Brooks II

Robert S. George

M. Ray Kingston

Lafayette, Louisiana

San Bruno, California

Salt Lake City, Utah

David J. Brotman

James S. Gimpel

Sylvia P. Kwan

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Jamie Cannon

William Ross Glass

Thomas Laging

St. Louis, Missouri

Oakland, California

Lincoln, Nebraska

Clyde Reynolds Carpenter

Richard Gluckman

Benjamin B. Lee

Lexington, Kentucky

New York, New York

Honolulu, Hawaii

Joseph W. Casserly

James M. Glymph

Peter Lizon

Chicago, Illinois

Santa Monica, California

Knoxville, Tennessee

Susan Chin

Ronald Vance Gobbell

R. Nicholas Loope

New York, New York

Nashville, Tennessee

Scottsdale, Arizona

W. Kent Cooper

Robert E. Gould

Graham Barton Luhn

Washington, DC

Kansas City, Missouri

Houston, Texas

Samuel N. Darby

William Clute Gridley

Connie S. McFarland

Rockford, Illinois

Washington, DC

Tulsa, Oklahoma

D. Graham Davidson

J. Paul Hansen

David Meckel

Washington, DC

Savannah, Georgia

San Francisco, California

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Edward I. Mills

Alan D. Sclater

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

Herbert N. Nadel

Edward J. Seibert

Los Angeles, California

Sarasota, Florida

Clifford S. Nakata

S. Alexander Seidel

Colorado Springs, Colorado

San Francisco, California

John H. Nelson

Gary L. Skog

Chicago, Illinois

Southfield, Michigan

Gerald Francis Oudens

Dennis William Stacy

Chevy Chase, Maryland

Dallas, Texas

Bryce D. Pearsall

William Johnson Stanley III

Phoenix, Arizona

Atlanta, Georgia

Michael L. Quinn

Patrick M. Sullivan

Washington, DC

Claremont, California

Peter T. S. Rasmussen

Marily Jordon Taylor

Tacoma, Washington

New York, New York

I. S. K. Reeves V

Karl Thorne

Winter Park, Florida

Gainesville, Florida

Kenneth Ricci

James Timberlake

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

David Earl Rice

Phillip Edmonds Tobey

San Diego, California

Reston, Virginia

Ronnette Anita Riley

Coulson Tough

New York, New York

The Woodlands, Texas

Garth Carl Rockcastle

Seab A. Tuck III

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Nashville, Tennessee

Carl D. Roehling

Jan Wampler

Detroit, Michigan

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Ralph Joseph Roesling II

Daniel Harding Wheeler

San Diego, California

Chicago, Illinois

Lauren L. Rottet

Daniel Williams

Los Angeles, California

Coconut Grove, Florida

John A. Ruffo

John L. Wilson

San Francisco, California

Boston, Massachusetts

David G. Scheatzle

H. Alan Zeigel

Tempe, Arizona

Boulder, Colorado

Jeffery Scherer Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Temple Emanu-El, Dallas.

1999 aia president Michael Stanton

honorary fellows Suk-Woong Chang Korea

cof chancellor

Richard England

James D. Tittle

Malta

Ignazio Gardella gold medal

Italy

Frank Gehry

Vittorio Gregotti Italy

architecture firm award

Muzharul Islam

Perkins & Will

Rem Koolhaas

Bangladesh Netherlands

edward c. kemper award James R. Franklin whitney m. young jr. award Charles McAfee topaz medallion W. Cecil Steward

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Wilhelm Kücker Germany

Enrique Norten Mexico

John Patkau Canada

Patricia Patkau Canada

Ken Yeang Malaysia


1999 fellows Killis P. Almond Jr.

Kenneth C. Crocco

Glenn Hudson Gregg

San Antonio, Texas

Chicago, Illinois

New Haven, Connecticut

William L. Anderson

Benjamin R. Darmer

Donald I. Grinberg

Des Moines, Iowa

Atlanta, Georgia

Boston, Massachusetts

Richard Moore Archer

Robert I. Davidson

M. Boone Hellman

San Antonio, Texas

New York, New York

La Jolla, California

Daniel L. Avchen

Albert J. Davis

Thomas S. Howorth

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Blacksburg, Virginia

Oxford, Mississippi

Linda Barnes

Edward L. Deam

Frederick J. Hynek

Portland, Oregon

Chicago, Illinois

Parker, Colorado

John Craig Beale

Robert W. Dorsey

Ralph T. Jackson

Dallas, Texas

Cincinnati, Ohio

Boston, Massachusetts

Anthony N. Bernheim

John Eifler

Jordan O. Jelks

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

Macon, Georgia

Ronald B. Blitch

Deane M. Evans Jr.

Roberta W. Jorgensen

New Orleans, Louisiana

Washington, DC

Irvine, California

Susan H. Blumentals

Michael Farewell

John Hilton Kell Jr.

Brooklyn Center, Minnesota

Princeton, New Jersey

San Antonio, Texas

L. Kirkpatrick Bobo

Richard Caryl Farley

Jong Soung Kimm

Memphis, Tennessee

Denver, Colorado

Seoul, Korea

William N. Bodouva

Stephen J. Farneth

Stephen Jarome Kirk

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan

Paul Davis Boney

Robert Allen Findlay

Peter Landon

Wilmington, North Carolina

Ames, Iowa

Chicago, Illinois

James Henry Bradburn

Marion Lee Fowlkes

Elizabeth Waddel Lawson

Denver, Colorado

Nashville, Tennessee

Charlottesville, Virginia

Robert Lewis Brown Jr.

Jeffery S. French

Ralph Lerner

Decatur, Georgia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Princeton, New Jersey

Jack Alan Carpenter

Frederick C. Gast Jr.

Glen S. LeRoy

San Diego, California

Portland, Oregon

Lawrence, Kansas

Timothy A. Casai

Martha M. Gates

Toby S. Levy

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Pittsford, New York

San Francisco, California

Donald W. Caskey

Joseph P. Giattina Jr.

Virginia B. MacDonald

Irvine, California

Birmingham, Alabama

Hawaii National Park, Hawaii

Stephan Castellanos

Randall C. Gideon

Christopher C. Martin

Stockton, California

Fort Worth, Texas

Los Angeles, California

George L. Claflen Jr.

W. Douglas Gilpin Jr.

W. Mike Martin

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Charlottesville, Virginia

Berkeley, California

John P. Clarke

Raymond L. Gindroz

Joe Mitchell McCall

Trenton, New Jersey

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Dallas, Texas

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James McCullar

James Shay

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

David R. Messersmith

George C. Sheldon

Lubbock, Texas

Portland, Oregon

Juanita M. Mildenberg

Patricia C. Sherman

Bethesda, Maryland

Concord, New Hampshire

Daniel R. Millen Jr.

Donal R. Simpson

Trenton, New Jersey

Dallas, Texas

George H. Miller

Scott M. Simpson

New York, New York

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Dan S. Mitchell

Arthur F. Smith

St. Louis, Missouri

Southfield, Michigan

Jennifer T. Moulton

Julie V. Snow

Denver, Colorado

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Robert L. Newsom

Duffy Brock Stanley

Los Angeles, California

El Paso, Texas

George Z. Nikolajevich

Douglas L. Steidl

St. Louis, Missouri

Akron, Ohio

John R. Pangrazio

Douglas R. Suisman

Seattle, Washington

Santa Monica, California

Dennis A. Paoletti

John Mark Syvertsen

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

Maris Peika

Marvin L. Taff

Toluca Lake, California

Beverly Hills, California

Charles A. Platt

Edward Vaivoda Jr.

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

Lee A. Polisano

Gregory Villanueva

London, United Kingdom

Los Angeles, California

Bruce A. Race

Barbara E. Wilks

Berkeley, California

Baltimore, Maryland

David Rinehart

E. Stewart Williams

Los Angeles, California

Palm Springs, California

Mark William Rios

David C. Woodhouse

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

R. Christian Schmitt

John J. Zils

Charleston, South Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Betty-Lee Seydler-Hepworth Southfield, Michigan

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The 2ooo investiture ceremony in the Girard College Founders’ Hall, Philadelphia

2ooo aia president Ronald L. Skaggs

honorary fellows Carlo Aymonino Italy

cof chancellor

Zaha Hadid

Robert A. Odermatt

United Kingdom

Nobuo Hozumi gold medal

Japan

Ricardo Legorreta Vilchis

Achyut P. Kanvinde India

architecture firm award

Kyung-Hoi Lee

Gensler

Raymond Moriyama

Korea Canada

edward c. kemper award James A. Scheeler whitney m. young jr. award Louis L. Weller topaz medallion Alan H. Balfour

257

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Vassilis C. Sgoutas Greece

Haigo T. H. Shen Taiwan

Timo Suomalainen Finland

Chung Soo Won Korea


2 ooo fellows Edward Allen

Nicholas D. Davis

David G. Jepson

Natick, Massachusetts

Auburn, Alabama

Hartford, Connecticut

Natalye L. Appel

Olvia C. Demetriou

Danie A. Johnson

Houston, Texas

Washington, DC

Ashville, North Carolina

Rebecca Gay Barnes

William R. Deno

Renis O. Jones Jr.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boulder, Colorado

Montgomery, Alabama

Edward M. Baum

Bruce Wayne Dicker

Gerald M. Kagan

Dallas, Texas

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

New Haven, Connecticut

Frederic Bell

C. R. George Dove

Mark Kalin

Long Island City, New York

Washington, DC

Newton Center, Massachusetts

Phillip G. Bernstein

Helene Combs Dreiling

Bernard A. Kellenyi

New Haven, Connecticut

Warrenton, Virginia

Red Bank, New Jersey

William Beyer

Gary L. Everton

Donald I. King

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Nashville, Tennessee

Seattle, Washington

James L. Binkley

R. Jerome Filer

Stuart L. Knoop

Arlington, Virginia

Miami, Florida

Chevy Chase, Maryland

Martin M. Bloomenthal

Michael D. Flynn

Ronald Kolman

Princeton, New Jersey

New York, New York

Savannah, Georgia

William J. Bobenhausen

Cynthia Frewen-Wuellner

J. Richard Kremer

Norwalk, Connecticut

Kansas City, Missouri

Louisville, Kentucky

Terrance John Brown

Theodore E. Garduque

Peter G. Kuttner

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Honolulu, Hawaii

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Jeanne C. Byrne

Nonya Grenader

Jerry A. Laiserin

Pacific Grove, California

Houston, Texas

Woodbury, New York

Charles W. Clary III

Eric J. Hill

John M. Y. Lee

Destin, Florida

Detroit, Michigan

New York, New York

Donald M. Comstock

J. David Hoglund

Conrad Levenson

Sacramento, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Steade R. Craigo

Daniel J. Huberty

R. Doss Mabe

Sacramento, California

Seattle, Washington

Los Angeles, California

Curt F. Dale

Gregory Keane Hunt

Mark McInturff

Denver, Colorado

Washington, DC

Bethesda, Maryland

Clark S. Davis

Lloyd W. Jary

Franklin B. Mead III

St. Louis, Missouri

San Antonio, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

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C. Richard Meyer

Victor Saroki

Seattle, Washington

Birmingham, Michigan

Robert J. Miklos

Robert Schwartz

Boston, Massachusetts

Washington, DC

Richard L. Miller

Brad Simmons

Nashville, Tennessee

St. Louis, Missouri

Steven W. Miller

Edward F. Smith

Prague, Czechoslovakia

Salt Lake City, Utah

Michael J. Mills

Kenneth R. Smith

Glen Ridge, New Jersey

Jacksonville, Florida

Lee F. Mindel

Sheila K. R. Snider

New York, New York

Indianapolis, Indiana

Barbara A. Nadel

Hak Sik Son

Forest Hills, New York

Santa Monica, California

John V. Nyfeler

Kent Fitzgerald Spreckelmeyer

Austin, Texas

Lawrence, Kansas

Thomas F. O’Connor

Richard Nelson Swett

Detroit, Michigan

Copenhagen, Denmark

Kenneth J. Owens Jr.

Michael Tribble

Birmingham, Alabama

Charlotte, North Carolina

G. William Quatman

Jeffrey S. Wilson

Kansas City, Missouri

Anchorage, Alaska

Mark A. Reddington

William Wong Jr.

Seattle, Washington

Taikooshing, Hong Kong

Ronald A. Reed

Enrique A. Woodroffe

Cleveland, Ohio

Tampa, Florida

Jerry R. Reich

Norbert W. Young Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Rey de la Reza

James K. Zahn

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

orge Rigau Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

Thomas R. Samuels Chicago, Illinois

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St. John’s Cathedral, Denver, Colorado, site of the 2oo1 investiture ceremony

2oo1 aia president John D. Anderson

honorary fellows Juan Navarro Baldeweg Spain

cof chancellor

Sumet Jumsai

Harold Roth

Thailand

Sergio Lenci gold medal

Italy

Michael Graves

Brian MacKay-Lyons Canada

architecture firm award

Wladimir Mitrofanoff

Herbert Lewis Kruse Blunck Architecture

J. Francisco Serrano

edward c. kemper award Charles F. Harper whitney m. young jr. award Cecil A. Alexander topaz medallion Lee G. Copeland

260

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France Mexico

Jean Paul Viguier France


2 oo1 fellows Antonin Aeck

Morton Frank

John T. Meyer

Atlanta, Georgia

Redwood City, California

Saginaw, Michigan

Susan M. Allen

Neil P. Frankel

Gordon E. Mills

Morgantown, Indiana

Chicago, Illinois

Dubuque, Iowa

James V. Allred

John P. Franzen

Melvin L. Mitchell

Reston, Virginia

Southport, Connecticut

Baltimore, Maryland

Gregg D. Ander

Daniel S. Friedman

Jill K. Morelli

Irwindale, California

Cincinnati, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

Georgia Bizios

Warren N. Goodwin

Michael H. Nicklas

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Brentwood, Tennessee

Raleigh, North Carolina

Bruce T. Bockstael

Amy L. Gould

Christopher G. Nims

Hartford, Connecticut

Baltimore, Maryland

Denver, Colorado

Hugh A. Boyd

Alan M. Hantman

Frederick Noyes

Montclair, New Jersey

Washington, DC

Boston, Massachusetts

Timothy G. Cahill

Barbara G. Heller

John Gray Perry

Kansas City, Missouri

Washington, DC

Portland, Oregon

Jaime Canavés

Ricardo C. Herring

Peter Pran

Miami, Florida

Mitchellville, Maryland

Seattle, Washington

Richard Scott Carde

Eric B. Johnson

Johnstone Reid Jr.

Santa Monica, California

Savannah, Georgia

Orlando, Florida

William J. Carpenter

Allan W. Kehrt

Bill Rostenberg

Atlanta, Georgia

Princeton, New Jersey

San Francisco, California

James C. Childress

Peter Krasnow

Harry R. Rutledge

Centerbrook, Connecticut

New York, New York

York, Pennsylvania

Daniel G. Chun

Robert G. Larsen

Kenneth A. Schwartz

Honolulu, Hawaii

New York, New York

Charlottesville, Virginia

Daniel P. Coffey

Howarth L. Lewis Jr.

William C. Shopsin

Chicago, Illinois

West Palm Beach, Florida

New York, New York

Anthony J. Costello

Gail A. Lindsey

Evan H. Shu

Muncie, Indiana

Wake Forest, North Carolina

Melrose, Massachusetts

Page Ayres Cowley

Robert S. Livesey

Lorri D. Sipes

New York, New York

Columbus, Ohio

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Pamela P. Delphenich

Ivenue Love-Stanley

Mark W. Steele

New Haven, Connecticut

Atlanta, Georgia

La Jolla, California

Donald J. Dwore

Marsha Maytum

R. K. Stewart

Coral Gables, Florida

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

Frank L. Elmer

David Metzger

Neil E. Strack

Columbus, Ohio

Washington, DC

Champaign, Illinois

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John P. Sullivan Valhalla, New York

Vernon D. Swaback Scottsdale, Arizona

Edward K. Takahashi Santa Monica, California

John Tarantino New York, New York

John P. Tice Jr. Pensacola, Florida

John Francis Torti Silver Spring, Maryland

Mark J. Tortorich Martinez, California

William H. Truex Jr. Burlington, Vermont

Chiu Lin Tse-Chan San Francisco, California

Ilene R. Tyler Ann Arbor, Michigan

Louis L. Weller Albuquerque, New Mexico

Christopher R. Widener Springfield, Ohio

Donald L. Williams Houston, Texas

David L. Wooley Knoxville, Tennessee

Linda M. Yowell New York, New York

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First United Methodist Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, site of the 2oo2 investiture ceremony

2002 aia president Gordon H. Chong

honorary fellows Massimiliano Fuksas Italy

cof chancellor

Barry W. Johns

C. James Lawler

Canada

Paolo Portoghesi gold medal

Italy

Tadao Ando

Hchioh Sang Seung Korea

architecture firm award

Zheng Shiling

Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates, Inc.

Michio Sugawara

whitney m. young jr. award Robert P. Madison topaz medallion Jerzy Soltan

263

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China Japan


2 oo2 fellows Ross S. Anderson

Ann E. Gray

James W. O’Brien

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

New Brighton, Minnesota

J. Tom Ashley III

Robert M. Gurney

Constantine George Pappas

McAllen, Texas

Alexandria, Virginia

Troy, Michigan

James B. Atkins

Stephen R. Hagan

Norbert A. Peiker

Dallas, Texas

Washington, DC

Mansfield, Ohio

Josiah ( Jay) Baker

Imre Halasz

Jesse J. Peterson Jr.

Houston, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Wilmington, North Carolina

William Lewis Barlow IV

Robert P. Hammell

Richard N. Pollack

Marblehead, Massachusetts

Arlington, Virginia

San Francisco, California

Charles William Bevins

Justin Henshell

Andy Pressman

Charleston, West Virginia

Red Bank, New Jersey

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Roger Cannon

Mark Robert Johnson

Kathryn Tyler Prigmore

Raleigh, North Carolina

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Michael Dale Chambers

Leevi Kiil

Theodore H. M. Prudon

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New York, New York

New York, New York

Adrian O. Cohen

Jonathan Levi

Daniel A. Redstone

Santa Monica, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Southfield, Michigan

W. Philip Cotton Jr.

Charles D. Linn

Ken L. Ross Jr.

St. Louis, Missouri

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Steve H. Crane

Vivian E. Loftness

David D. Salmela

Salt Lake City, Utah

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Duluth, Minnesota

Beatriz del Cueto

Robert D. Loversidge Jr.

Kenneth D. Sanders

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Columbus, Ohio

Portland, Oregon

Paul J. Donnelly

Lucinda Ludwig

Martin G. Santini

St. Louis, Missouri

Omaha, Nebraska

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Benjamin P. Fisher

Stephen A. McDowell

David W. Schervish

San Francisco, California

Kansas City, Missouri

Detroit, Michigan

James A. Gatsch

Francois C. de Menil

Todd H. Schliemann

Princeton, New Jersey

New York, New York

New York, New York

Thomas B. Gerfen

James R. Merritt

Katherine L. Schwennsen

San Francisco, California

Tacoma, Washington

Ames, Iowa

James D. Gibans

Murdo D. Morrison

Michael E. Smith

Cleveland, Ohio

Redwood City, California

Bellingham, Washington

Wayne L. Good

Dale Mulfinger

Sam T. Snowdon Jr.

Annapolis, Maryland

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Laurinburg, North Carolina

264

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William E. Snyder Henderson, Nevada

Suman Sorg Washington, DC

Beverley B. Spears Santa Fe, New Mexico

Morris A. Stein Phoenix, Arizona

Don A. Swofford Charlottesville, Virginia

Jerry R. Tepe Hopkinton, New Hampshire

Glen A. Tipton Baltimore, Maryland

Kathryn C. Vernon-McKeen Newington, Connecticut

Wesley Wei Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lester Wertheimer Los Angeles, California

Ward B. Whitwam Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Hofu Wu Diamond Bar, California

Barry David Yatt Arlington, Virginia

Joel P. Zingeser Rockville, Maryland

265

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Salk Institute, La Jolla, California, site of the 2oo3 investiture ceremony

2003 aia president Thompson E. Penney

honorary fellows Jean-Marie Charpentier France

cof chancellor

Jacques Herzog

Sylvester Damianos

Switzerland

Il-in Hwang architecture firm award

Korea

Miller | Hull Partnership

Canada

edward c. kemper award C. James Lawler whitney m. young jr. award Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (HACIA) topaz medallion Marvin J. Malecha

266

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Phyllis Lambert Pierre de Meuron Switzerland


2 oo3 fellows Charles Angyal

Randall K. Fujiki

Daniel H. Nall

San Diego, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Princeton, New Jersey

Anthony Belluschi

Fulton G. Gale III

Eric Christopher Naslund

Chicago, Illinois

Seattle, Washington

San Diego, California

Carol Rusche Bentel

Douglas A. Garofalo

Kurt Neubek

Locust Valley, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Paul Louis Bentel

Lewis J. Goetz

Roger L. Neuenschwander

Locust Valley, New York

Washington, DC

Atlanta, Georgia

Bruce E. Blackmer

Armando L. Gonzalez

Karen V. Nichols

Spokane, Washington

Pasadena, California

Princeton, New Jersey

Timothy Brent Blonkvist

T. J. Gottesdiener

Douglas Noble

San Antonio, Texas

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Lance Jay Brown

Samuel Y. Harris

Joseph K. Oppermann

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Peter Hoyt Brown

Stanford Hughes

Sherida Elizabeth Paulsen

Houston, Texas

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

C. Robert Campbell

Wendy Evans Joseph

Katherine N. Peele

Albuquerque, New Mexico

New York, New York

Raleigh, North Carolina

S. Fiske Crowell Jr.

William Henry Kreager

Guy W. Peterson

Boston, Massachusetts

Seattle, Washington

Sarasota, Florida

Mary Werner DeNadai

William E. Leddy

Donald P. Polsky

Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania

San Francisco, California

Omaha, Nebraska

John Douglas

Michael Mann

Linda M. Ramsay

Scottsdale, Arizona

Los Angeles, California

Savannah, Georgia

Gabriel Durand-Hollis

Ann K. McCallum

Suzane Reatig

San Antonio, Texas

Williamstown, Massachusetts

Kensington, Maryland

Philip J. Enquist

Cheryl Lynn McAfee-Mitchell

John S. Reynolds

Chicago, Illinois

Atlanta, Georgia

R. Allen Eskew New Orleans, Louisiana

Laura A. Horstman Fisher

Mark R. Mendell Grand Island, New York

Robert L. Miller

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

Philip G. Freelon Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

John D. Milner Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania

Eugene, Oregon

Susan T. Rodriguez New York, New York

Daniel Rowen New York, New York

Jonathan Segal La Jolla, California

Dan Sidney Shipley Dallas, Texas

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Lee H. Skolnick New York, New York

Randall Paul Stout Los Angeles, California

Stephen Swicegood Decatur, Georgia

Val Thomas Seattle, Washington

Lee Tollefson Saint Paul, Minnesota

Roberta Marrano Unger Atlanta, Georgia

Andrew A. Vazzano Detroit, Michigan

Thomas Vonier Paris, France

Joseph O. Wong San Diego, California

Rick Zieve Seattle, Washington

268

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Rockefeller Chapel, Univeristy of Chicago, by AIA Gold Medalist Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue

2004 aia president Eugene C. Hopkins

honorary fellows Shigeru Ban Japan

cof chancellor

Carlo Baumschlager

Betsey Olenick Dougherty

Austria

Dietmar Eberle gold medal

Austria

Samuel Mockbee

Herman Hertzberger The Netherlands

architecture firm award

Suha Ozkan

Lake | Flato Architects

Moshe Zarhy

Switzerland Israel

edward c. kemper award Robert A. Odermatt whitney m. young jr. award Terrance J. Brown topaz medallion Stanford Anderson

269

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Peter Zumthor Switzerland


2 oo4 fellows John William Allegretti

Carl Galioto

Judith Kinnard

St. Joseph, Michigan

New York, New York

Centerville, Virginia

Alan W. T. Baldwin Jr.

W. Eugene George

Brian R. Klipp

Charlotte, North Carolina

Austin, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Samuel R. Bayne

Mahmoud Gharachedaghi

Thomas Walter Kundig

Southfield, Michigan

Torrance, California

Seattle, Washington

James Ross Biber

H. Carleton Godsey Jr.

Patricia Lancaster-Brown

New York, New York

Louisville, Kentucky

New York, New York

Craig D. Blackmon

David B. Greenbaum

Angie Lee

Dallas, Texas

Washington, DC

Chicago, Illinois

Karen L. Braitmayer

Adam A. Gross

Laura A. Lee

Seattle, Washington

Baltimore, Maryland

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Joseph G. Burns

Stanley A. Haas

Michael Berryl Lehrer

Chicago, Illinois

Austin, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Andrus Burr

Thomas Owen Hacker

Jill N. Lerner

Williamstown, Massachusetts

Portland, Oregon

New York, New York

John H. Catlin

Paul A. Harding

Max Levy

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Dallas, Texas

Jonathan W. Cohen

Jon D. Hlafter

Merlin E. Lickhalter

Berkeley, California

Princeton, New Jersey

Naples, Florida

Tommy Neal Cowan

Michael J. Holtz

Winford Lindsay

Austin, Texas

Boulder, Colorado

Lawrenceville, Georgia

James Estes

Mark Hornberger

David W. Look

Newport, Rhode Island

San Francisco, California

Oakland, California

Peter Exley

Néstor I. Infanzón

Stephanie Laine Mallis

Chicago, Illinois

Dallas, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Mehrdad Farivar

James Craig Jankowski

Paul D. Mankins

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Des Moines, Iowa

Barbara A. Field

William B. Karst

Charles Matta

Asheville, North Carolina

Seattle, Washington

Washington, DC

Edwin L. Fields

Emanuel Kelly

Elizabeth Corbin Murphy

Los Angeles, California

Philadelphia, Philadelphia

Akron, Ohio

Lonnie Le Marr Frye

James T. Kienle

Francis S. Oda

Chicago, Illinois

Indianapolis, Indiana

Honolulu, Hawaii

Michael Gabellini

J. Windom Kimsey

Rodney O’Hiser

New York, New York

Henderson, Nevada

Portland, Oregon

270

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Sheri Olson

Jack Travis

Seattle, Washington

Bronx, New York

Edmund W. Ong

David Owen Tryba

San Francisco, California

Denver, Colorado

Diane R. K. Osan

James M. Warner

Houston, Texas

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Randal Lee Peterson

Donald A. Wexler

San Diego, California

Palm Springs, California

Peter L. Pfeiffer

Edward D. White Jr.

Austin, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Louis R. Pounders

Alison M. Whitelaw

Memphis, Tennessee

San Diego, California

Stephan C. Reinke

Jay Wickersham

London, United Kingdom

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Thomas J. Rossiter

Bill T. Wilson II

Chicago, Illinois

Corpus Christi, Texas

Heinz K. Rudolf

Ronald E. Wommack

Portland, Oregon

Dallas, Texas

Stephen D. Schreiber Tampa, Florida

Aaron B. Schwarz New York, New York

Willard M. Scribner Richmond, Virginia

Robert I. Selby Champaign, Illinois

Henry I. Siegel Emeryville, California

Grant Armann Simpson Dallas, Texas

Christopher Gary Smith Lyndhurst, New Jersey

Mark E. Strauss New York, New York

Norman Strong Seattle, Washington

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k i rk gi t t i n gs

Henderson Pavilion at Liberty Pointe, Henderson, Nevada

2005 aia president Douglas L Steidl

honorary fellows Massimo Carmassi Italy

cof chancellor

Mikko Heikkinen

Lawrence J. Leis

Finland

Paul Hyett gold medal

United Kingdom

Santiago Calatrava

Markku Komonen Finland

architecture firm award Murphy/Jahn, Inc. edward c. kemper award Norbert W. Young Jr. whitney m. young jr. award Stanford R. Britt topaz medallion Edward Allen

272

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Sang-Leem Lee Korea


2 oo5 fellows Fernando Abruña

Diane T. Georgopulos

H. Thomas McGrath Jr.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Boston, Massachusetts

Frederick, Maryland

Jonathan D. Bailey

Alexander Charles Gorlin

Mike Mense

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Anchorage, Alaska

Peter L. Bardwell

Raymond D. Greco

Carl F. Meyer

Columbus, Ohio

Minneapolis, Minnesota

El Segundo, California

Donald A. Bertram

Dennis J. Hall

Andrés Mignucci

Denver, Colorado

Charlotte, North Carolina

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Joan Blumenfeld

George Peyton Hall Jr.

Toshiko Mori

New York, New York

Pasadena, California

New York, New York

Thomas H. Blurock

Henry C. Hardnett

Hyman Myers

Costa Mesa, California

Seattle, Washington

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bradley Scott Buchanan

Richard J. Heisenbottle

Marilys R. Nepomechie

Denver, Colorado

Coral Gables, Florida

Miami, Florida

Davis Aaron Buckley

Jack C. Hobbs

Daniel Howard Noble

Washington, DC

Boston, Massachusetts

Dallas, Texas

Rick Buckley

Walter Alexander Hunt Jr.

Wendy Ornelas

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

Manhattan, Kansas

Richard H. Buday

Vincent James

Zoltan E. Pali

Houston, Texas

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Los Angeles, California

Santiago Calatrava

Phillip Craig Johnson

John Pearce

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Durham, North Carolina

Peter David Cavaluzzi

Herbert Katz

Clarence W. Pearson Jr.

New York, New York

Santa Monica, California

Washington, DC

Gregory Clement

Kevin A. Kelly

David Petta

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Berkeley, California

Andrew P. Cohen

William L. Kite Jr.

Barbara Milan Price

Santa Monica, California

Providence, Rhode Island

Charlotte, North Carolina

William Allan Cox

James P. Leggitt

Michael L. Prifti

Alexandria, Virginia

Denver, Colorado

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Thomas J. DeAngelo

Avram Lothan

Carroll Lee Pruitt

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Keller, Texas

Dirk Denison

Thomas R. Mathison

Elizabeth Chu Richter

Chicago, Illinois

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Corpus Christi, Texas

Alan Dynerman

Thom Mayne

Juergen Riehm

Washington, DC

Santa Monica, California

New York, New York

S. Michael Evans

John Paul McGowan

Rolando Rivas-Camp

Norfolk, Virginia

Potomac, Maryland

Washington, DC

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Frederic David Schwartz New York, New York

Stanley Stark New York, New York

Sarah Susanka Raleigh, North Carolina

George Thrush Boston, Massachusetts

Richard F. Tomlinson II Chicago, Illinois

Michael G. Turnbull Washington, DC

Ronald F. Turner Los Angeles, California

Frank Villalobos Los Angeles, California

James F. Williamson Memphis, Tennesee

Carol A. Wilson Falmouth, Maine

274

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Walt Disney Concert Hall at the Music Center of Los Angeles County

2006 aia president Katherine L. Schwennsen

honorary fellows Sungjung Chough Korea

cof chancellor

Eric Dubosc

Ted P. Pappas

France

Itsuko Hasegawa gold medal

Japan

Antoine Predock

Eva Magdalena Jiricna United Kingdom

architecture firm award

Hyun Sik Min

Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners

Takanobu Ota

edward c. kemper award James D. Tittle whitney m. young jr. award Theodore C. Landsmark topaz medallion William G. McMinn

Korea Japan

Wolf D. Prix Austria

David Reznik Israel

Gülsün Saglamer Turkey

Rogelio Salmona Columbia

Roland Schweitzer France

Michael Wilford United Kingdom

Aymeric Zublena France 275

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2 oo6 fellows Thomas M. Anglewicz

Holly Gerberding

Wade Killefer

San Diego, California

Chicago, Illinois

Santa Monica, California

William Aaron Gilchrist

Rena M. Klein

Birmingham, Alabama

Seattle, Washington

Mark E. Ginsberg

Mell Lawrence

New York, New York

Austin, Texas

Jan K. Gleason

Jeffrey S. Lee

Seattle, Washington

Raleigh, North Carolina

Marvin David Goodman

John A. Loomis

Kingston 10, Jamaica

San Francisco, California

Lisa Gould

Emma Espino Macari

New York, New York

New York, New York

Mary Griffin

Patrick MacLeamy

Berkeley, California

San Francisco, California

Brian Todd Gritch

Michael A. Manfredi

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Robin Guenther

Peter Marino

New York, New York

New York, New York

Frank Morrill Guillot

Steven McConnell

Burlington, Vermont

Seattle, Washington

Robert Hale

Zack McKown

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Philip Hamp

Daniel Meis

Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Oscar L. Harris

Nancy Merryman

Atlanta, Georgia

Portland, Oregon

Pamela Whitney Hawkes

Thomas Meyer

Boston, Massachusetts

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Craig Hodgetts

Robert D. Miller

Culver City, California

Winter Park, Florida

Thomas Hoepf

Matthew Kyle Morris

Chicago, Illinois

San Antonio, Texas

Michelle D. Honey

Hal P. Munger

Annapolis, Maryland

Toledo, Ohio

Ed Jakmauh

Joyce M. Noe

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Honolulu, Hawaii

Helen J. Kessler

William E. Odell

Chicago, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

James W. Baird Chicago, Illinois

James P. Batchelor Somerville, Massachusetts

Joseph Bilello Muncie, Indiana

William Walter Braham III Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

David Paul Brems Salt Lake City, Utah

Michael Broshar Waterloo, Iowa

G. Z. Brown Eugene, Oregon

Randy Brown Omaha, Nebraska

Frederick Francis Butters Southfield, Michigan

Segundo Cardona Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Alan H. Cobb Detroit, Michigan

Tim Culvahouse Berkeley, California

Kip E. Daniel Dallas, Texas

Marleen Kay Davis Knoxville, Tennessee

J. Peter Devereaux Los Angeles, California

David A. Eijadi Minnetonka, Minnesota

Paul Florian Chicago, Illinois

Mario Gandelsonas New York, New York

276

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C. Stan Peterson

Dorwin Arthur Jackson Thomas

Topeka, Kansas

Fort Myers, Florida

Jean Parker Phifer

Victor F. Trahan III

New York, New York

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

David Piscuskas

Richard Varda

New York, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Raymond Plumey

J. Benjamin Vargas

New York, New York

San Juan, Puerto Rico

John A. Prokos

James Alfred Von Klemperer

Cambridge, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Jack Pyburn

Roberta Washington

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Craig Steele Reynolds

Darrel J. Willaims

Dallas, Texas

Charlotte, North Carolina

Donna V. Robertson Chicago, Illinois

Gilbert A. Rosenthal Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michael Franklin Ross Los Angeles, California

Dennis E. Rupert Chicago, Illinois

Neil R. Seierup Los Angeles, California

Mark P. Sexton Chicago, Illinois

Robert L. Shemwell San Antonio, Texas

Harris M. Steinberg Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Peter Steinbrueck Seattle, Washington

Carl Loren Strona San Diego, California

Abby Patricia Suckle New York, New York

277

Chronological Directory


The Alamo.

2007 aia president R K Stewart cof chancellor Frank Edward Lucas

Emilio Ambasz Italy

Victor Cañas Costa Rica

gold medal

David Chipperfield

*Edward Larrabee Barnes

United Kingdom

architecture firm award Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects edward c. kemper award R. Randall Vosbeck, faia whitney m. young jr. award National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) topaz medallion Lance Jay Brown spirit of fellowship Albert W. Rubeling, Jr., faia

278

honorary fellows

aia college of fellows

Victor Legorreta Mexico

Francine M.J. Houben The Netherlands

Adolfo Natalini Italy

Dominique Perrault France

Eduardo Souto de Moura Portugal

Chris Wilkinson United Kingdom


2 oo7 fellows Mustafa Kemal Abadan

Cornelius R. DuBois

Nels P. Hall

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

Portland, Oregon

Peter Anderson

Kent Duffy

Helen Hatch

San Francisco, California

Portland, Oregon

Atlanta, Georgia

Jeffrey Anderzhon

Roger Duffy

William J. Higgins

Omaha, Nebraska

New York, New York

Mill Valley, California

Wagdy Anis

Steve L. Dumez

Harley Hightower

Boston, Massachusetts

New Orleans, Louisiana

Anchorage, Alaska

Douglas E. Ashe

William Edgerton

John K. Holton

Alexandria, Louisiana

Charlottesville, Virginia

Sewickley, Pennsylvania

Paula Baker-Laporte

Michael A. Enomoto

C.T. Hsu

Tesuque, New Mexico

Los Angeles, California

Orlando, Florida

Ron Budzinski

Richard Farley

David Jameson

Peoria, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Alexandria, Virginia

Mark Cavagnero

Bradford White Fiske

Paul G. Johnson

San Francisco, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Detroit, Michigan

Edward J. Cazayoux

Michael T. Foster

Randolph Jones

Breaux Bridge, Louisiana

Arlington, Virginia

Boston, Massachusetts

James Chaffers

John T. Friedman

Paul Katz

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Lawrence A. Chan

Andrea Cohen Gehring

Daniel Kelley

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Santa Monica, California

Philadelphiam Pennsylvania

Joseph R. Coleman

Glenn Goldman

Thomas P. Kerwin

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Newark, New Jersey

Chicago, Illinois

Harold E. Davis Jr.

John Grable

Ronald B. Kull

Washington, DC

San Antonio, Texas

Cincinnati, Ohio

William L. Diefenbach

Sally Grans-Korsh

Frank Christopher Lee

San Francisco, California

St. Paul, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Charles Dilworth

Frank J. Greene

Paula Loomis

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Norfolk, Virginia

Frank E. Dittenhafer II

Bert Gregory

Gary D. Lynn

York, Pennsylvania

Seattle, Washington

San Antonio, Texas

279

Chronological Directory


Michael Maltzan

Joseph Spear

Los Angeles, California

Kansas City, Missouri

Leonardo Marmol

Ross G. Spiegel

Los Angeles, California

Shelton, Connecticut

Ron McCoy

Edmund P. Stazicker

Tempe, Arizona

Los Angeles, California

Robert Meckfessel

Henry K. Stolzman

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

D.B. Middleton

Larry Strain

New York, New York

Emeryville, California

Kevin G. Montgomery

Philip Barry Svigals

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

New Haven, Connecticut

Patricia O’Leary

Corpus Christi, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Brooke Sween-McGloin Paulett Taggart

Jeff Oberdorfer

San Francisco, California

San Jose, California

Richard Thompson

Greg Papay

Los Angeles, California

San Antonio, Texas

Calvin Tsao

Clyde Porter

New York, New York

Mesquite, Texas

Adam Yarinsky

Ronald B. Radziner Los Angeles, California

Patrick Rand

New York, New York

Donald T. Yoshino Boca Raton, Florida

Raleigh, North Carolina

Margaret Rietveld New York, New York

Herbert B. Roth Denver, Colorado

Anne Schopf Seattle, Washington

Linda Sobuta San Francisco, California

280

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281

Chronological Directory


Old South Church, Boston

2008 aia president Marshall E. Purnell, faia cof chancellor Carole J. Olshavsky, faia gold medal Renzo Piano, faia architecture firm award KieranTimberlake Associates, LLP edward c. kemper award Thomas L. McKittrick, faia

honorary fellows David Adjaye England

Stefan Behnisch Germany

Ranjit Randy Dhar Canada

Gabriel Fagan South Africa

Jan Gehl Denmark

Bernardo Gomez-Pimienta Mexico

Jin Kyoon Kim South Korea

whitney m. young jr. award

Benjamin Mouton

Norma Sklarek, faia

Choon-Soo Ryu

topaz medallion

Javier Sanchez Corral

Stanley Tigerman, faia

Mexico

spirit of fellowship

Canada

Eugene J. Mackey, III, faia

Nithi Sthapitanonda

France South Korea

Brigitte Shim

Thailand

Howard Sutcliffe Canada 282

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2 oo8 fellows Diana I. Agrest

Barbara White Bryson

Rene Carlos Davids

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Berkeley, California

Giancarlo Alhadeff

Francis Aristakes Bulbulian

Thomas K. Davis

Milano, Italy

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Knoxville, Tennessee

Stephen Allan Apking

David J. Burney

Nunzio Marco De Santis

New York, New York

Long Island City, New York

Dallas, Texas

Ian Bader

Carol J. Burns

Todd C. DeGarmo

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Washington, DC

David Kent Ballast

Charles D. Cadenhead

Tod Desmarais

Denver, Colorado

Houston, Texas

Glencoe, Illinois

Gary G. Balog

John O. Carney, Jr.

Peter G. Ellis

Youngstown, Ohio

Jackson, Wyoming

Chicago, Illinois

Thomas L. Bates

Gordon R. Carrier

Tian A. Feng

Tacoma, Washington

San Diego, California

Oakland, California

August F. Battaglia

Jean C. Carroon

Joseph James Ferraro

Oak Brook, Illinois

Boston, Massachusetts

Honolulu, Hawaii

Deborah Berke

Charles I. Cassell

David N. Fixler

New York, New York

Washington, DC

Boston, Massachusetts

David Body

Charles S. Cassias, Jr.

Michael W. Folonis

Los Angeles, California

Kansas City, Missouri

Santa Monica, California

Obie G. Bowman

Louis W. Cherry

Gregory Marc Friesen

Healdsburg, California

Raleigh, North Carolina

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Louise Marcia Braverman

Daniel John Cinelli

Gerard F.X. Geier, II

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Diana M.H. Brenner

Mary Patton Cox

Rebekah G. Gladson

Indianapolis, Indiana

Richmond, Virginia

Irvine, California

William A. Brenner

Robert G. Currie

David A. Hansen

Washington, DC

Delray Beach, Florida

Chicago, Illinois,

Jim Brinkley

Craig Curtis

Robert Harris

Covington, Washington

Seattle, Washington

San Antonio, Texas

Hillary Brown

John Randall Dale

Robert Wood Hastings

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Portland, Oregon

283

Chronological Directory


David R. Hertz

William P. Lecky

Paul W. T. Pippin

Santa Monica, California

Vienna, Virginia

Old Greenwich, Connecticut

David W. Hinson

Brian D. Lee

Stephen Leonard Quick

Auburn, Alabama

San Francisco, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Kenneth Hobgood

Wanchul Lee

Christopher P. Ratcliff

Raleigh, North Carolina

Washington, DC

Emeryville, California

Diane J. Hoskins

David Mishel Leventhal

Wellington J. Reiter

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Tempe, Arizona

Nathan Hoyt

Michael Lischer

John H. Rogers

New York, New York

Beaconsfield

Winter Park, Florida

Edward Huckaby

Pamela J. Loeffelman

Robert M. Rogers

Houston, Texas

Stamford, Connecticut

New York, New York

Michael G. Imber

Nancy J. Ludwig

Michael Rosenfeld

San Antonio, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Acton, Massachusetts

Jon C. Jackson

Jean Mah

Rona G. Rothenberg

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

Sudhir S. Jambhekar

Dennis J. McFadden

Mark Schatz

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

Mary L. Johnston

Heather H. McKinney

Gene Schnair

Seattle, Washington

Austin, Texas

San Francisco, California

John F. Kane

Charles F. Merz

Michael N. Schuster

Tempe, Arizona

Detroit, Michigan

Cincinnati, Ohio

Michael Ho Tae Kang

Prescott Muir

Allan T. Shulman

Washington, DC

Salt Lake City, Utah

Miami, Florida

Richard L. Kobus

Michael V. Murphy

Baird M. Smith

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Baltimore, Maryland

Alexandria, Virginia

Byron Dean Kuth

Kimon G. Onuma

Dana Kennish Smith

San Francisco, California

Pasadena, California

Washington, DC

Marc L’Italien

Robert Dunkerson Orr, Jr.

Michael John Smith

San Francisco, California

New Haven, Connecticut

Houston, Texas

Gordon Earl Landreth

Michael J. Palladino

Stephen R. Souter

Corpus Christi, Texas

Los Angeles, California

San Antonio, Texas

Mary Katherine Lanzillotta

Betsy Pettit

Richard Willet Southwick

Washington, DC

Westford, Massachusetts

New York, New York

284

aia college of fellows


Friedrich G. St.Florian Providence, Rhode Island

Richard Stacy San Francisco, California

William Stein New York, New York

Norris Strawbridge Cambridge, Massachusetts

Mark G. Swenson Minneapolis, Minnesota

Rives T. Taylor Houston, Texas

Maryann Thompson Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pamela M. Touschner Palm Springs, California

Bernard Tschumi New York, New York

Richard L. Wagner Bellevue, Washington

Jonathan Frederick Warburg Boston, Massachusetts

Mark E. Watford Dallas, Texas

Carole C. Wedge Boston, Massachusetts

Steven M. Wiesenthal San Francisco, California

Willis Cecil Winters Dallas, Texas

Jane Cady Wright Norfolk, Virginia

Leopold Paul Zajfen Los Angeles, California

285

Chronological Directory


Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

2009 aia president Marvin J. Malecha, faia cof chancellor Donald J. Hackl, faia gold medal Glenn Murcutt, faia

Jo Coenen Netherlands

Nela De Zoysa Sri Lanka

Bruno Gabbiani Italy

Winy Maas

architecture firm award

Netherlands

Olson Sundber Kundig Allen Architects

Italy

edward c. kemper award Barbara A. Nadel, faia

Manfredi G. Nicoletti Chang Qing China

Smiljan Radic Clarke Chile

whitney m. young jr. award

Yolanda David Reyes

Clyde Porter, faia

Cristian Undurraga

topaz medallion Adele Naude Santos, faia spirit of fellowship Pauline Porter

286

honorary fellows

aia college of fellows

Phillipines Chile


2 oo9 fellows Dennis A. Andrejko

Ronald W. Dennis

G. Michael Gehring

Buffalo, New York

Dallas, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Jon Alan Baker

Richard J. Diedrich

Joseph A. Gonzalez

San Diego, California

Atlanta, Georgia

Chicago, llinois

Daniel Boone Barnum

Fernando J. Domenech, Jr.

Christopher K. Grabé

Houston, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Raymond L. Beets, Jr.

Kenneth Harold Drucker

John P. Grady

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

New York, New York

Martha L. Bennett

Donna W. Dunay

David Graham

Denver, Colorado

Blacksburg, Virginia

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Glenn W. Birx

Walter L. Eckenhoff

Alan Greenberger

Baltimore, Maryland

Chicago, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Marlon Matthew Blackwell

George James Efstathiou

David B. Greusel

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Chicago, Illinois

Kansas City, Missouri

William A. Browne, Jr.

Carl Elefante

Ronald P. Gronowski

Indianapolis, Indiana

Washington, DC

Portland, Oregon

Geoffrey J. Brune

Antonio J. Fiol-Silva

Peter Grueneisen

Houston, Texas

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Santa Monica, California

Steven D. Burns

Jonathan L. Fischel

Eric Wolff Haesloop

Highland Park, Illinois

Evanston, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Barbara A. Campagna

David G. Fong

Walter J. Hainsfurther

Washington, DC

San Francisco, California

Des Plaines, Illinois

Arthur Cohen

Belmont Freeman

Cara Shimkus Hall

Cambridge, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Tulsa, Oklahoma

James H. Collins, Jr.

Jeanne K. Gang

Kevin L. Harris

Boston, Massachusetts

Chicago, llinois

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

John T. Cook

Louis J. Garapolo

David Harris Hart

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Oak Park, llinois

Salt Lake City, Utah

Richard F. Dallam

Rolando L. Garcia

John Fox Hayes

Seattle, Washington

McAllen, Texas

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Elizabeth A. Danze

Michael Francis Gebhart

John F. Hedge, Jr.

Austin, Texas

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Columbus, Ohio

287

Chronological Directory


Robert J. Heineman

Stephen K. Loos

The Woodlands, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Robert A. Heintges

Forrest R. Lott

New York, New York

Savannah, Georgia

Susan Meridith Hensey

Patrick J. Loughran

Charlotte, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Mark A. Alan Hewitt

Douglas A. Lowe

Bernardsville, New Jersey

Marina del Rey, California

Jerri Holan

Frank M. Lupo

Albany, California

New York, New York

Mickey Jacob

Jay Edward Macaulay

Tampa, Florida

Dallas, Texas

Donald Jacobs

David Peter Manfredi

Irvine, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Lance K. Josal

Frank Mascia

Chicago, Illinois

Tucson, Arizona

Bruce M. Justice

Garrett Howard Maupin

Chesterfield, Virginia

Anchorage, Alaska

Donna J. Kacmar

Nancy T. McCoy

Houston, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Aram H. Kailian

Linda McCracken-Hunt

Washington, DC

Minneapolis, Minnesota

James R. Kirkpatrick

Nando Micale

Denton, Texas

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Forrest Klockeman

Sigrid Miller Pollin

Dundas, Minnesota

Amherst, Massachusetts

Elisabeth Knibbe

David N. Moon

Ypsilanti, Michigan

San Diego, California

Sheryl L. Kolasinski

Anita Moran

Washington, DC

Dallas, Texas

George Kunihiro

Lorcan O’Herlihy

Tokyo, Japan

Culver City, California

Emily Little

Susan K. Oldroyd

Austin, Texas

San Francisco, California

Steven E. Loomis

Patricia Oliver

Virginia Beach, Virginia

288

aia college of fellows

Pasadena, California

Melinda Ellen Pearson Lincoln, Nebraska

Joanna M. Pestka New York, New York

Thomas Joseph Posedly Phoenix, Arizona

Travis L. Price, III Washington, DC

Beverly J. Prior San Francisco, CA

William Jay Rakatansky Charlotte, North Carolina

Gerald (Butch) I. Reifert Seattle, Washington

Gregory L. Roberts Houston, TX

Jack F. See, Jr. Little Rock, Arkansas

Annabelle M. Selldorf New York, New York

Martha Turpin Seng Houston, Texas

Terry Shook Charlotte, North Carolina

Gary W. Siebein Gainesville, Florida

Lynn N. Simon San Francisco, California

Sylvia J. Smith New York, New York

Bruce R. Starkweather Sacramento, California

Terry D. Steelman


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

James M. Suehiro Seattle, Washington

Philip Louis Szostak Chapel Hill, North Carolina

J. Frano Violich Boston, Massachusetts

Cheryl C. Walker Charlotte, North Carolina

Todd Walker Memphis, Tennessee

James R. Washington, Jr. New Orleans, Louisiana

Anne E.Weber Princeton, New Jersey

Kendall P. Wilson Washington, DC

Peter Milton Winters Dallas, Texas

Anna A. Wu Chapel Hill, North Carolina

John Edward Yonushewski Denver, Colorado

Leopold Paul Zajfen Los Angeles, California

289

Chronological Directory


Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami Dade County, Knight Concert Hall

2010 aia president

honorary fellows

George H. Miller, faia

Rafael Aranda Quiles

cof chancellor Edward J. Kodet, faia

Spain

Mario Corea Spain

gold medal

Jungsik Kim

Peter Q. Bohlin, faia

Korea

architecture firm award Pugh + Scarpa

Richard Leplastrier Australia

Sheila O’Donnell Ireland

edward c. kemper award

Carme Pigem Barcelo

James Logan Abell, faia

Spain

whitney m. young jr. award J. Benjamin Vargas, faia topaz medallion Michael Graves, faia spirit of fellowship Robin Lee, Hon. aia

Peter Rich South Africa

Jan Ritchie United Kingdom

John Toumey Ireland

Lene Tranberg Denmark

Ramon Vilalta Pujol Spain

290

aia college of fellows


2 o10 fellows Trevor David Abramson

Creed Walker Brierre

Ralph Cunningham

Culver City, California

New Orleans, Louisiana

Washington, DC

David John Allison

Douglas Marshall Brinkley

Michael Davis

Clemson, South Carolina

Raleigh, North Carolina

Boston, Massachusetts

Mark S.T. Anderson

Donna D. Carter

Grover C. Dear

San Francisco, California

Austin, Texas

Hong Kong

Peter J. Arsenault

Richard A. Carter

Sarah Ann Dennison

Manlius, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Venice, California

Michel Claude Ashe

Philip J. Castillo

Edward Jack Denton

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Evanston, Illinois

Berkeley, California

Richard D. Beard

William Chegwidden

Michael F. Doyle

San Francisco, California

Marietta, Georgia

New York, New York

Bruce D. Beinfield

Nelson K. Chen

Robert Dunay

Norwalk, Connecticut

Hong Kong

Blacksburg, Virginia

G. (George) Edwin Belk

Thomas Wayne Chessum

Herman E. Dyal

Durham, North Carolina

Los Angeles, California

Austin, Texas

Martha A. Bell

William David Chilton

Edmund M. Einy

Chicago, Illinois

New Haven, Connecticut

Pasadena, California

Hagy Belzberg

Sho-Ping Chin

Kevin Joseph Flynn

Santa Monica, California

Boston, Massachusetts

St. Louis, Missouri

James S. Bershof

Christopher W. Coe

Anne Noelle Fougeron

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

Bonnie Blake-Drucker

Bruce Adams Coldham

Donald T. Fram

Oakland, California

Amherst, Massachusetts

Newark, New Jersey

Christine J. Bodouva

William F. Conway

Kenn Gardner

New York, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Raleigh, North Carolina

Charles H. Boney, Jr.

Michael C. Corby

Lia Gartner

Wilmington, North Carolina

Grand Rapids, Michigan

New York, New York

William J. Bonstra

Juan Estanislao Cotera

Stephanie Gelb

Washington, DC

Austin, Texas

New York, New York

Chris E. Brasier

Lynn G. Craig

Richard L. Gilyard

Durham, North Carolina

Clemson, South Carolina

Minneapolis, Minnesota

291

Chronological Directory


Sarah R. Graham

Stephen Johnson

Bernard A. Marson

Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

John Carl Guenther

Susan H. Jones

Joseph Laing Mashburn

Wildwood, Missouri

Seattle, Washington

Houston, Texas

David J. Hacin

Mary (Lou) Louise Jurkowski

R. Kent Mather

Boston, Massachusetts

Raleigh, North Carolina

Palo Alto, California

C. Richard Hall

Philip Schuyler Kennedy-Grant

Kenneth Charles Mayer, Jr.

Southfield, Michigan

Bernardsville, New Jersey

Sam H. Halley

Alice Y. Kimm

Lexington, Kentucky

Thomas “Gunny” M. Harboe

Los Angeles, California

Jerome A. King

Chicago, Illinois

San Jose, California

Philip L. Harrison

James Nelson Kise

Atlanta, Georgia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Thomas Harvey

Alex Klatskin

Dallas, Texas

Teterboro, New Jersey

Hany Hassan

Joan Krevlin

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Diane Berry Hays

David M. Laffitte

San Antonio, Texas

Jacksonville, Florida

Richard M. Heinz

Hugh Scot Latimer

San Diego, California

Evergreen, Colorado

Kimberly J. Hickson

Michael C. Lauber

Houston, Texas

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Albert Irby Hightower

Michael E. LeBoeuf

San Antonio, Texas

Charles Anthony Higueras

Orlando, Florida

William Ooi Lee Lim

San Francisco, California

Hong Kong

Mark G. Horton

James R. Loewenberg

San Francisco, California

James Tipton Housewright

Chicago, Illinois

Robert E. Luke

Dallas, Texas

Meridian, Mississippi

Ted A. Hyman Los Angeles, California

Sandro Marpillero New York, New York

292

aia college of fellows

Greensboro, North Carolina

Burton Miller San Francisco, California

Leslie Gail Moldow Oakland, California

Robert Morris Dallas, Texas

Hubert Murray Cambridge, Massachusetts

James R. Nader Fort Worth, Texas

Dean A. Nota Hermosa Beach, California

Charles M. Oraftik San Francisco, California

Paul W. O’Shea Springfield, Illinois

Nick Peckham Columbia, Missouri

Sue Ann Pemberton San Antonio, Texas

Aubrey Ray Pentecost, III Norfolk, Virginia

Russell K. Perry Washington, DC

Bogdan Z. Pestka New York, New York


Peter W. Pfau

James W. Shields

San Francisco, California

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Jeffery S. Poss

Joan M. Soranno

Champaign, Illinois

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Otto P. Poticha

Lars Aiken Stanley

Eugene, Oregon

Austin, Texas

Jeffery Taylor Potter

Michael Strogoff

Dallas, Texas

Mill Valley, California

Gwynne Pugh

Yvonne Szeto

Santa Monica, California

New York, New York

Elizabeth Ranieri

John H. Thodos

San Francisco, California

Carmel, California

August Reno

Benedetto Tiseo

Aspen, Colorado

Livonia, Michigan

James M. Robertson

Karen Van Lengen

Eugene, Oregon

Charlottesville, Virginia

Miguel Angel Rodriguez

Dean J. Vlahos

Coral Gables, Florida

Santa Monica, California

Bill E. Roschen

Joseph David Waggonner, III

Los Angeles, California

New Orleans, Louisiana

Jeffrey M. Rosenblum

John Logan Waugh

Charleston, South Carolina

Minneapolis, Minnesota

James S. Russell

Peter A. Weismantle

Denver, Colorado

Oak Park, Illinois

Dean S. Sakamoto

Richard Pardee Williams

New Haven, Connecticut

Washington, DC

Lawrence Scarpa

Daniel W. Winey

Santa Monica, California

San Francisco, California

Anthony P. Schirripa

Barry Alan Yoakum

New York, New York

Memphis, Tennessee

Bradley D. Schulz

Francis M. Zwart, III

Las Vegas, Nevada

Santa Cruz, California

Walter Sedovic

Bernard Zyscovich

Irvington, New York

Miami, Florida

Scott Shell San Francisco, California

293

Chronological Directory


Touro Synagogue, New Orleans

2011 aia president

honorary fellows

Clark D. Manus, faia

Angelo Bucci Brazil

cof chancellor Chester A. Widom, faia gold medal Fumihiko Maki, faia architecture firm award BNIM

Louise Cox Australia

Kristin Jarmund Norway

Marcio Kogan Brazil

Kengo Kuma Japan

Carme Pinós edward c. kemper award Chester A. Widom, faia whitney m. young jr. award Sharon Egretta Sutton, faia topaz medallion Lawrence W. Speck, faia spirit of fellowship Paul Welch, Hon. aia

294

aia college of fellows

Spain


2 o11 fellows Paul Adamson

Jonathan Townley Crane

Ronald W. Haase

San Francisco, California

Atlanta, Georgia

Melrose, Florida

Joanne Aitken

Patrick B. Davis

Julie R. Hacker

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Birmingham, Alabama

Evanston, Illinois

Stanley T. Allen

Elizabeth (Betsy) Rupp del Monte

Guy Lefevre Hagstette

Brooklyn, New York

Frederic Macnaughton Ball, Jr. New Orleans, Louisiana

Dallas, Texas

Elliott E. Dudnik Evanston, Illinois

James R. Bedrick

Douglas S. Ewing

San Mateo, California

Pasadena, California

Peyton Boyd

Michael Fifield

Abingdon, Virginia

Eugene, Oregon

Robert C. Broward

Gail M. Flynn

Jacksonville, Florida

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Clinton E. Brown

Richard L. Ford, Jr.

Buffalo, New York

Don Charles Brown Montgomery, Alabama

Christine E. Bruckner

Richmond, Virginia

Mark J. Frisch Chicago, Illinois

Gary E. Furman

Hong Kong

Austin, Texas

David C. Bucek

Lisa Gelfand

Houston, Texas

San Francisco, California

David J. Calkins

Scott F. Georgeson

Houston, Texas

Nathan Belville Cherry Los Angeles, California

David Coleman Seattle, Washington

Joseph A. Collins Portland, Oregon

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Cheri Rodgers Gerou Evergreen, Colorado

Lawrence Gleason Eagan, Minnesota

Frank W. Grauman Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

295

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Houston, Texas

Martin J. Harms Ithaca, New York

Thomas H. Hatch Austin, Texas

Steven Alan Heikin Boston, Massachusetts

David Rodman Henderer Washington, DC

Earl Wallace Henderson, Jr. Springfield, Illinois

Denis Akio Henmi San Francisco, California

Rodney K. Henmi Oakland, California

Manuel Hinojosa McAllen, Texas

Thomas Edgar Hirsch Madison, Wisconsin

Gerald Steven Jernigan Pensacola, Florida

Judson Alan Kline Cleveland, Ohio

Debra S. Kunce Indianapolis, Indiana


Carol J. Weissman Kurth

William Raymond Manning

Thomas Gregory Pene

Bedford, New York

New Orleans, Louisiana

Portland, Oregon

Dohn H. LaBiche

Audrey A. Matlock

Robert C. Peterson

Beaumont, Texas

New York, New York

Palo Alto, California

Mary Ann Lazarus

Lisa Fay Matthiessen

Thomas Phifer

St. Louis, Missouri

Pasadena, California

New York, New York

Richard Licata

Richard F. McCann

Nikolaus Philipsen

Reno, Nevada

Sierra Madre, California

Baltimore, Maryland

Charles D. Liddy, Jr.

Dale McKinney

Jon K. Pickard

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Sioux City, Iowa

New Haven, Connecticut

Tom Liebel

Andrew D. Mendelson

Dan Pitera

Baltimore, Maryland

Chicago, Illinois

Detroit, Michigan

Scott A. Lindenau

Juan Miró

Francis Murdock Pitts

Aspen, Colorado

Austin, Texas

Troy, New York

Clark E. Llewellyn

Keith G. Moskow

Lee Charles Quill

Honolulu, Hawaii

Boston, Massachusetts

Washington, DC

Ronald Y.C. Lu

Robin L. Murray

Alan Reed

Wanchai

Trenton, New Jersey

Baltimore, Maryland

Thomas E. Luebke

Henry Myerberg

Burton L. Roslyn

Washington, DC

New York, New York

Roslyn Heights, New York

Paul Lukez

Morris Jerome Neal

Steven D. Schuster

Somerville, Massachusetts

Austin, Texas

Raleigh, North Carolina

Richard L. Maimon

Michael A. Nieminen

Alan Scott

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

Brian Malarkey

Roksan Okan-Vick

Tully Shelley

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

San Francisco, California

296

aia college of fellows


Mardelle McCuskey Shepley

Andrew James Trivers

College Station, Texas

St. Louis, Missouri

Robert Shibley

Reeves W. Wiedeman

Buffalo, New York

Kansas City, Missouri

John R. Shields

Walter Leroy Wilson

Boston, Massachusetts

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Carrie Glassman Shoemake

Ross B. Wimer

Houston, Texas

Chicago, Illinois

Joy D. Swallow

Arthur Witthoefft

Kansas City, Missouri

Sarasota, Florida

Rebecca Boswell Swanston

David Gilmore Wright

Baltimore, Marlyland

Baltimore, Maryland

Douglas Bryan Sydnor

David Miles Ziskind

Scottsdale, Arizona

New York, New York

Kim Tanzer Charlottesville, Virginia

William Maxwell Taylor Los Angeles, California

David Vere Thompson Baltimore, Maryland

Patrick J. Tighe Santa Monica, California

Douglas Tom San Francisco, California

Monroe Kirk Train Charlottesville, Virginia

297

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National Cathedral, Washington, D.C.

2012 aia president

honorary fellows

Jeffery Potter, faia

Solano Benítez Paraguay

cof chancellor

Richard Francis-Jones

Norman L. Koonce, faia

Australia

Pierre-Antoine Gatier gold medal

France

Steven M. Holl, faia

Diébédo Francis Kéré Germany

architecture firm award

Anya van der Merwe

VJAA

Li Xiaodong

South Africa China

whitney m. young jr. award Mortimer M. Marshall Jr. topaz medallion George Baird, Intl. Assoc., aia spirit of fellowship Gretchen Penney, aia

298

aia college of fellows


2 o12 fellows Timothy Allanbrook

John Michael Currie

Rainy Hamilton, Jr.

New York, New York

Leesburg, Virginia

Detroit, Michigan

Jon Anderson

Kevin Daly

David Thomas Haresign

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Santa Monica, California

Washington, DC

Stephen T. Ayers

Edward Dean

William Jay Hartman

Washington, DC

Berkeley, California

Detroit, Michigan

Zaida Basora

Gary K. Dempster

Jane Hendricks

Dallas, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Seattle, Washington

Krista Ann Becker

James Determan

Rodney Culver Hill

Santa Monica, California

Baltimore, Maryland

College Station, Texas

Gregory E. Blackburn

David Alan Dillard

George A. Hinds

Oakland, California

Dallas, Texas

Chicago, Illinois

Kevin Bone

Umberto Dindo

James Michael Holliday

New York, New York

New York, New York

Santa Barbara, California

Clifton Keith Boswell

Peter C. Doo

Robert W. Hoye

San Francisco, California

Towson, Maryland

Boston, Massachusetts

Stacy A. Bourne

Paul Endres

Gregory S. Ibañez

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Emeryville, California

Fort Worth, Texas

Fernando L. Brave

John A. Enright

Finith Ewin Jernigan, II

Houston, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Salisbury, Maryland

Mary A. Burke

Karen Ivy Fiene

Ferdinand Stoddert Johns

New York, New York

Oakland, California

Bozeman, Montana

Ross Alan Chapin

Linna Jane Young Frederick

Daniel J. Kaplan

Langley, Washington

Beaufort, South Carolina

New York, New York

James Peter Clark

Van H. Gilbert

Scott P. Kelsey

Washington, DC

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Los Angeles, California

Richard Cook

Elizabeth P. Gray

Susan F. King

New York, New York

New Haven, Connecticut

Chicago, Illinois

Gilbert D. Cooke

Monica Green

Charles Daniel Knight

San Diego, California

Cleveland, Ohio

Woodbury, Minnesota

Michael J. Crosbie

Jerry L. Halcomb

Edward Charles Kohls

Essex, Connecticut

Dallas, Texas

Baltimore, Maryland

299

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Leonard E. Koroski

Lorne L. McConachie

Matthew L. Rossetti

Chicago, Illinois

Seattle, Washington

Southfield, Michigan

Andrew T. Laguana

Charles W. Mears

Wayne Ruga

Barrigada

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Deerfield Beach, Florida

Joyce See-yin Lee

Robert Earl Miller

Lisa C. Sachs

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

Los Angeles, California

Michael Alan LeFevre

David Mohney

Brenda A. Sanchez

Atlanta, Georgia

Lexington, Kentucky

Washington, DC

David J. Lind

Anthony J. Moretti

Robert W. Schwartz

Dallas, Texas

Los Angeles, California

St. Louis, Missouri

Michael Dale Lingerfelt

Steven M. Nilles

Leslie L. Shepherd

Orlando, Florida

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, DC

Lawrence R. Livergood

Philip J. Poinelli

Fredric Sherman

Forsyth, Illinois

Cambridge, Massachusetts

San Francisco, California

Ernest J. Lombard

Fred L. Powell

Ed Shriver, Jr.

Eagle, Idaho

Oakland, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Ellen Lou

James E. Prendergast

Carlton T. Smith

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Daniel Patrick Maginn

George R. Pressler, III

Lourdes Solera

Kansas City, Missouri

Pasadena, California

Miami, Florida

Clarence D. Mamuyac,, Jr.

James Easton Rains, Jr.

Steven L. Spurlock

Berkeley, California

Ramseur, North Carolina

Washington, DC

Jonathan Jova Marvel

Gary A. Reetz

Ione R. Stiegler

New York, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

La Jolla, California

Roney J. Mateu

Kurt A. Rockstroh

Kevin B. Sullivan

Palmetto Bay, Florida

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Jeffrey J. McCarthy

David E. Rogers

Walton R. Teague

Chicago, Illinois

Venice, California

Greensboro, North Carolina

300

aia college of fellows


Charles K. Thompson Austin, Texas

H. Ruth Todd San Francisco, California

David Daniel Tomber Seattle, Washington

Nancy Rogo Trainer Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Timothy R. Twomey Baltimore, Maryland

Paul Urbanek Detroit, Michigan

Stephen J. Vanze Washington, DC

Robert J. Verrier Chelsea, Massachusetts

Mark Clay Vinson Tempe, Arizona

Marion Weiss New York, New York

Andrew H. Wells Springfield, Missouri

Howard Seth Wertheimer Atlanta, Georgia

Drew White Indianapolis, Indiana

William F. Wilson Boston, Massachusetts

Scott A. Wolf Seattle, Washington

301

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The Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver

2013 aia president Mickey Jacob, faia cof chancellor Ronald L. Skaggs, faia gold medal Thom Mayne, faia

Zvi Hecker Germany

Ladislav Labus Czech Republic

Francisco Jose Mangado Spain

Fernando Romero

architecture firm award

Mexico

Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

Germany

edward c. kemper award John D. Anderson, faia whitney m. young jr. award Harvey B. Gantt, faia topaz medallion Robert Greenstreet, Intl. Assoc., aia spirit of fellowship Robert I. Selby, faia

302

honorary fellows

aia college of fellows

Matthias Sauerbruch Ben van Berkel Netherlands

Siegfried Zhiqiang Wu China


2 o13 fellows Arthur W. Andersson

Laurence C. Burns, Jr.

Judith DiMaio

Austin, Texas

Houston, Texas

Old Westbury, New York

Lesley Bain

Carrie Byles

Renee Doktorczyk

Seattle, Washington

San Francisco, California

Mount Prospect, Illinois

Jay W. Barnes, III

Robert M. Cain

Turan Duda

Austin, Texas

Atlanta, Georgia

Durham, North Carolina

David Barrett

Manuel Mario Campos

William A. Dupont

Boulder, Colorado

Seattle, Washington

San Antonio, Texas

John H. Barton

Jesse D. Cannon, Jr

Stephen Dynia

Palo Alto, California

New Orleans, Louisiana

Jackson, Wyoming

Matthew J. Bell

Glenn P. Carels

Dagmar B. Epsten

Washington, DC

Irvine, California

Atlanta, Georgia

Israel Berger

David M. Chasco

H. Mortimer Favrot, Jr.

New York, New York

Champaign, Illinois

Metairie, Louisiana

Heidi L. Blau

Susan Ann Chin

Stephen A. Fiskum

New York, New York

Bronx, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

John Patrick Blumthal

Dick Clark

Rod Garrett

Portland, Oregon

Austin, Texas

Washington, DC

Raymond C. Bordwell

John P. Claypool

William McLeod Gaylord

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Seattle, Washington

Carlos Brillembourg

Paul Danna

Debra Gerod

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, California

Morris Brown

Paul Dannels

Carl P. Giegold

El Paso, Texas

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Chicago, Illinois

Sarah Semple Brown

Russell A. Davidson

Gordon Gill

Denver, Colorado

Mount Kisco, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Will Bruder

Jennifer K. Devlin-Herbert

Jeffrey Gill

Phoenix, Arizona

San Francisco, California

Newport Beach, California

Thomas C. Brutting

Richard DeYoung

David H. Gleason

Oakland, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Baltimore, Maryland

Erich A. Burkhart

Martin A. Diaz-Yabor

Stanley O. Graves

Marina del Rey, California

Miami, Florida

Austin, Texas

303

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Christopher J. Green

Charles J. Kirby

Moira Moser

Avon, Texas

Washington, DC

Hong Kong

Nan R. Gutterman

Shannon B. Kraus

Vojo Narancic

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Chicago, Illinois

Anthony J. Haas

James E. LaPosta, Jr.

Kenneth J. Naylor

Houston, Texas

Hartford, Connecticut

Salt Lake City, Utah

Craig Abbott Hamilton

R. Murray Legge

Margaret E. Newman

Los Angeles, California

Austin, Texas

New York, New York

Alan L. Hansen

Kenneth D. Levien

Angela O’Byrne

Reston, Virginia

New York, New York

New Orleans, Louisiana

Brian Healy

Carol Loewenson

Terrence E. O’Neal

Somerville, Massachusetts

New York, New York

New York, New York

Michael E. Hickok

Kathleen R. Lugosch

Polly Osborne

Washington, DC

Amherst, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

Kurt Christian Hunker

Orlando T. Maione

Ric Peterson

San Diego, California

Stony Brook, New York

Seattle, Washington

Mark A. Hutker

George E. Marsh, Jr.

James F. Porter

Falmouth, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

Marlene Imirzian

Robert Maschke

Jim Poteet

Phoenix, Arizona

Cleveland, Ohio

San Antonio, Texas

Jeanne Jackson

Charyl F. McAfee-Duncan

Cynthia Kozak Pozolo

Salt Lake City, Utah

Dallas, Texas

Detroit, Michigan

Mic Johnson

Jana McCann

Susan Pruchnicki

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Austin, Texas

St. Louis, Missouri

Raymond S Johnston

Kelly Sutherlin McLeod

Elizabeth A. Reader

Seattle, Washinton

Long Beach, California

Winchester, Virginia

Helena Lin Jubany

Greg Mella

Trula Haley Remson

Los Angeles, California

Washington, DC

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Gregory Kessler

Richard Metsky

John W. Rogers

Pullman, Washington

New York, New York

Cincinnati, Ohio

Glenn F. Keyes

Robert W. Moje

Walter Schacht

Charleston, South Carolina

Charlottesville, Virginia

Seattle, Washington

304

aia college of fellows


Kurt C. Schindler

Gary Loren Vance

Berkeley, California

Indianapolis, Indiana

Peter Schubert

Cynthia D. Walston

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

William David Seider

Mark D. Weaver

Eugene, Oregon

Memphis, Tennessee

George Shaw

Claire D. Weisz

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

J. Gregory Sheldon

Clive Wilkinson

Kansas City, Missouri

Culver City, California

Ted Shelton

Allyne Winderman

Knoxville, Tennessee

Los Angeles, California

Louis Sirianni

Michael O. Winters

Boston, Massachusetts

Denver, Colorado

Michael R. Somin

A. Vernon Woodworth, III

San Diego, California

Boston, Massachusetts

Michael G. Stevenson

William James Worthen

Raleigh, North Carolina

San Francisco, California

Belinda Stewart

Jennifer Yoos

Eupora, Mississippi

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Amanda Sturgeon

Stephen W. Yundt

Seattle, Washington

Los Angeles, Caifornia

Robert Tennenbaum Columbia, Maryland

James (Jay) Christopher Tomlinson Kansas City, Missouri

Mario Jaime Torroella Cambridge, Massachusetts

Kevin B. Utsey Roanoke, Virginia

305

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The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, Chicago

2014 aia president

honorary fellows

Helene Combs Dreiling, faia

Antonio Cruz

cof chancellor William J. Stanley III, faia

Antonio Ortiz Spain

gold medal

Guillermo Vazquez Consuegra

Julia Morgan, faia

Spain

architecture firm award Eskew+Dumez+Ripple edward c. kemper award Fredric Bell, faia whitney m. young jr. award Ivenue Love-Stanley, faia topaz medallion Harrison Fraker, Assoc. aia Spirit of Fellowship Harold L. Adams, faia

306

Spain

aia college of fellows

Kris Yao Taiwan


2 o14 fellows Morris Adjmi

Gabrielle A. Bullock

Robert Paul Dean

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Atlanta, Georgia

Allison Hoadley Anderson

Richard Hugh Bundy

Michael Duncan

Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi

Wichita Falls, Texas

San Francisco, California

Nanon Adair Anderson

Raymond S. Calabro

Isabelle Lucienne Duvivier

Golden, Colorado

Seattle, Washington

Venice, California

Jeffrey Averill

John Mason Caldwell

Leslie K. Elkins

Los Angeles, California

Long Beach, California

Houston, Texas

Richard S. Bacon

Myriam E. Camargo

Melissa M. Farling

Clearwater, Florida

Dallas, Texas

Phoenix, Arizona

Anthony S. Barnes

Susan Cole Cannon

Douglas Farr

Washington, DC

Raleigh, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Andrew Diamond Berman

Becca L. Cavell

Jeffrey C. Fetzer

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

San Antonio, Texas

Michael J. Bjornberg

Gregory Chang

Kenneth I. Fisher

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Boston, Massachusetts

Charles F. Bloszies

Ernest F. Cirangle

Anthony C. Floyd

San Francisco, California

Culver City, California

Scottsdale, Arizona

Sanford Bond

James T. (Tom) Clark, Jr.

Alan Ford

Richmond, Virginia

Portland, Oregon

Denver, Colorado

Nestor Bottino

Steven W. Clem

Robert Forest

New York, New York

Atlanta, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois

Jonathan Boyer

Charles W. Cole, Jr.

Richard Benton Friedson

Chicago, Illinois

Orlando, Florida

Boston, Massachusetts

Alan Bright

John N. Cryer III

Deborah Gans

San Francisco, California

Houston, Texas

Brooklyn, New York

Angela Brooks

Carl J. D’Silva

Daniel Mason Garber

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Palo Alto, California

James Brown

Scott L. Danielson

Norman M. Garden

San Diego

San Francisco, California

Los Angeles, California

Russell Norton Buchanan

Ted H. Davis

Vergel Lee Gay, Jr.

Dallas, Texas

Minneapolis, Minnesota

College Station, Texas

307

Chronological Directory


Mark L. Gillem

Robert Arthur King

Chung Q.B. Nguyen

Eugene, Oregon

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Fanny T. Gong

Paul F. Knell

Celeste Allen Novak

New York, New York

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Christoffer A. Graae

Matthew F. Kreisle, III

Marianne O’Brien

Washington, DC

Austin, Texas

San Francisco, California

Randy Hafer

Pablo Laguarda

Gary Gene Olp

Billings, Montana

Dallas, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Vano Haritunians

Gary Lapera

Paul B. Ostergaard

Los Angeles, California

Princeton, New Jersey

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Daniel Stephen Hart

Laurie Limbacher

Curtis Owyang

Midland, Texas

Austin, Texas

Sacramento, California

Valerie Hassett

Albert W. Lindeke III

Thierry Paret

Arlington, Virginia

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Doha

John D. S. Hatch

Mira Locher

Ralph Douglas Parris

Trenton, New Jersey

Salt Lake City, Utah

Columbus, Ohio

Timothy C. Hawk

David Maglaty

Neal I. Payton

Columbus, Ohio

San Francisco, California

Los Angeles, California

Andrew C. Herdeg

Gary F. Martinez

Rafael Pelli

San Antonio, Texas

Washington, DC

New York, New York

David Heymann

Alan D. McGuinn

Peter Pennoyer

Austin, Texas

Asheville, North Carolina

New York, New York

Paul M. Hirshorn

Richard Munson Miller

Jana K. Phillips

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dallas, Texas

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Lance Hosey

Margaret Montgomery

Martha A. Pilgreen

Washington, DC

Seattle, Washington

Boston, Massachusetts

Robert A. Jernigan

Cheryl Morgan

Jack Portman

Los Angeles, California

Birmingham, Alabama

Atlanta, Georgia

Douglas Johnston

Mary Morissette

Ronald Todd Ray

Boston, Massachusetts

Denver, Colorado

Washington, DC

Don M. Jones

Christopher Morrison

Miguel A. Rivera Agosto

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Washington, DC

Austin, Texas

Alan R. Joslin

Robert R. Murrin

Sian Roberts

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

Seattle, Washington

David K. Kaneda

Debra Nauta-Rodriguez

Julia Williams Robinson

San Jose, California

Washington, DC

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Suzanna Wight Kelley

David Neumann

Mark Roddy

Washington, DC

Washington, DC

Phoenix, Arizona

308

aia college of fellows


Wendy Sullock Rogers

Thomas Hayne Upchurch

Irvine, California

Brenham, Texas

John Ronan

David Van Wyk

Chicago, Illinois

Glendale, California

Reese Rowland

Edward Alan Vance

Little Rock, Arkansas

Las Vegas, Nevada

Jennifer Sage

Ernesto M. Vasquez

New York, New York

Santa Ana, California

Earl Santee

Peter N. Vincent

Kansas City, Missouri

Honolulu, Hawaii

Molly M. Scanlon

Daniela Holt Voith

San Diego, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Brenda Case Scheer

Michael Dean Watkins

Salt Lake City, Utah

Gaithersburg, Maryland

Dawn R. Schuette

Philip A. Weddle

Chicago, Illinois

Phoenix, Arizona

C. Roxanne Sherbeck

Mark T. Wellen

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Midland, Texas

Bryan Shiles

Laura Ann Wernick

San Francisco, California

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Joey Naruhiko Shimoda

Annette Wiley

Los Angeles, California

Newport Beach, California

Henry Smith-Miller

Bruce A. Wood

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Steven K. Sobel

Edward T. Zeigler, Jr.

San Francisco, California

Greenville, South Carolina

Arlen M. Solochek

Ming Zhang

Phoenix, Arizona

Bellevue, Washington

Dennis E. Stallings

Allan W. Zreet

Raleigh, North Carolina

Dallas, Texas

Jonathan N. Stark New York, New York

Josiah Stevenson Boston, Massachusetts

Anne T. Sullivan Chicago, Illinois

Bryan Kerr Trubey Dallas, Texas

309

Chronological Directory


Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta

2015 aia president Elizabeth Chu Richter, faia

honorary fellows Pedro Gubbins Foxley Chile

cof chancellor

Hongyuan Mei

Albert W. Rubeling Jr., faia

China

Fuensanta Nieto gold medal

Spain

Moshe Safdie, faia

Jo Noero South Africa

architecture firm award Ehrlich Architects edward c. kemper award Edward Mazria, faia whitney m. young jr. award Auburn University Rural Studio topaz medallion Peter Eisenman, faia Spirit of Fellowship James D. Tittle, faia

310

aia college of fellows

Enrique Sobejano Spain


2 o15 fellows Robin Fran Abrams

Gail Peter Borden

Kevin John deFreitas

Raleigh, North Carolina

Los Angeles, California

San Diego, California

George W. Acock

John R. Bowie

Rick del Monte

Columbus, Ohio

Wallingford, Pennsylvania

Dallas, Texas

Patrick Ahearn

Thomas B. Braham

Gary E. Demele

Edgartown, Massachusetts

Chicago, Illinois

Minneapolis, Minnesota

David Alpert

Amy E. Burkett

Neil M. Denari

San Francisco, California

Denver, Colorado

Los Angeles, California

Franziska Amacher

Wendell Burnette

David M. Diamond

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Phoenix, Arizona

San Francisco, California

Pamela Anderson-Brulé

Michael B. Cadwell

J. Stuart Eckblad

San José, California

Columbus, Ohio

San Francisco, California

Chuck Armstrong

E. Tim Carl

Julie Eizenberg

Dallas, Texas

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Santa Monica, California

Randy Ivan Atlas

Robert C. Chandler

Steven T. Ellinger

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Boston, Massachussets

Abilene, Texas

Brodie A. Bain

Scott Conwell

Scott A. Erdy

Seattle, Washington

Chicago, Illinois

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Matthew Baird

Steven Scott Cook

Damian Farrell

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Glenn E. Bauer

John R. Cottle

John R. Forbes

San Francisco, California

Basalt, Colorado

Coral Gables, Florida

Michael John Bell

Gary B. Coursey

Harold D. Fredenburgh

New Orleans, Louisiana

Atlanta, Georgia

New York, New York

Rick L. Benner

J. Michael Cox

Amy E. Gardner

Bellingham, Washington

Asheville, North Carolina

Silver Spring, Maryland

Ralph D.Bennett

H. Hobson Crow III

Clifford V. Gayley

Silver Spring, Maryland

San Antonio, Texas

Boston, Massachusetts

Charles Bettisworth

Laura A. Cruickshank

Mark Gilliand

Fairbanks, Alaska

Storrs, Connecticut

Washington, DC

Thomas E. Bitnar

Clifford B. Curry

Nathan Good

Bozeman, Montana

San Francisco, California

Portland, Oregon

311

Chronological Directory


Robert W. Goodwin

Stephen J. Kelley

Diane Eileen McLean

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Mission Viejo, California

Beth Greenberg

Sheila Kennedy

Rosemary A. McMonigal

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Luanne Greene

Janis Kent

Robert Stephen Mills

Baltimore, Maryland

Long Beach, California

Richmond, Virginia

Margaret Griffin

Laurie Kerr

Rachel Mae Minnery

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Seattle, Washington

Gary Handel

Yael S. Kinsky

Burcin Atay Moehring

New York, New York

Tel Aviv, Israel

Chicago, Illinois

Elizabeth J. Heider

Nathan Kipnis

Gregory R. Mottola

Alexandria, Virginia

Evanston, Illinois

San Francisco, California

William J. Hercules

John R. Klai II

Frank Mruk

Orlando, Florida

Las Vegas, Nevada

New York, New York

Robert Herman

Ted Charles Kollaja

Scott Newman

Salt Lake City, Utah

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Paul Homeyer

Carl F. Krebs

Jim Nielson

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

Salt Lake City, Utah

John G. Horky

Judith M. Kunoff

Jeff Olson

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

Donald R. Horn

Sandra M. Laux

Robert L. Ooley

Seattle, Washington

Detroit, Michigan

Santa Barbara, California

Gunnar Hubbard

Arnie Lerner

Chad Oppenheim

Portland, Maine

San Francisco, California

Miami, Florida

Ray Huff

Thomas Jerry Lominack

Gary S. Owens

Charleston, South Carolina

Savannah, Georgia

Houston, Texas

Renee Basist Hutcheson

Jeanne Elizabeth MacLeamy

Gary R. Payne

Raleigh, North Carolina

Novato, California

Salt Lake City, Utah

Robert Jackson

Kapil Dev Malik

Patrick L. Pinnell

Austin, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Haddam, Connecticut

Roger P. Jackson

Marc Margulies

Joyce Polhamus

Salt Lake City, Utah

Boston, Massachusetts

San Francisco, California

Thomas E. Johnson

Harry A. Mark

April D. Pottorff

Washington, DC

Dallas, Texas

Lexington, Kentucky

Sharon L. Johnston

Daniel K. McCoubrey

Richard R. (Toby) Pugh

Los Angeles, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Glendale, California

Rick Joy

James R. McDonald

George Ranalli

Tucson, Arizona

Missoula, Montana

New York, New York

Christ J. Kamages

David S. McHenry

Jeffrey Raven

San Rafael, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

New York, New York

312

aia college of fellows


Alicia Ravetto

Natividad (Nati) Soto

Pittsboro, North Carolina

Coral Gables, Florida

Pamela Lucas Rew

John Sparano

Princeton, New Jersey

Salt Lake City, Utah

Robert C. Ripley

Jonathan C. Spodek

Lincoln, Nebraska

Muncie, Indiana

Ron Rochon

Boris Srdar

Seattle, Washington

Seattle, Washington

David Rockwell

Keat C. Tan

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

William Roger

Joseph Gabriele Tattoni

San Francisco, California

Princeton, New Jersey

Charles Rose

Kirk Teske

Somerville, Massachusetts

Dallas, Texas

Joan L. Saba

Cory M. Ticktin

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Robert J. Schaeffner

Steven Land Tillotson

Boston, Massachusetts

San Antonio, Texas

William J. Schmalz

Joel A. Tomei

Los Angeles, California

San Francisco, California

Jack Randall Seitsinger

Charles Leroy Travis III

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Charlotte, North Carolina

Barbara A. Sestak

David F. Trevino

Portland, Oregon

Dallas, Texas

Adam M. Shalleck

Alyosha G. Verzhbinsky

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

Gracia Maria Shiffrin

Alfred Vidaurri, Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

Fort Worth, Texas

Thomas Stewart Shiner

Jonathan R. Ward

Bethesda, Maryland

Los Angeles, California

Steven M. Shiver

John Weekes

Seattle, Washington

Portland, Oregon

Soren Dahl Simonsen

Stephen A. Weinryb

Salt Lake City, Utah

New York, New York

James Marion Singleton IV

James Walter Wentling

Bryan, Texas

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Anne Kolman Smith

Elissa Winzelberg

Savannah, Georgia

New York, New York

Gabriel Smith New York, New York

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2016 aia president

Spirit of Fellowship

Russell A. Davidson, faia

Terri Stewart, hon. aia Arlington, VA

cof chancellor John R. Sorrenti, faia honorary fellows gold medal

Hayder Ahmed Ali

Denise Scott Brown, Hon. faia

Sudan

Robert Venturi, faia

Denise Scott Brown

architecture firm award

Teodoro Fernández Larrañaga

LMN Architects

Louisa Hutton

United States Chile Berlin

edward c. kemper award

Don Kasian

Terrance J. Brown, faia

British Columbia

Gonzalo Mardones Viviani whitney m. young jr. award

Chile

R. Steven Lewis, faia

United Kingdom

topaz medallion Douglas S. Kelbaugh, faia Emeritus

John McAslan Reiulf Ramstad Norway

Yoshihiko Sano Japan

314

aia college of fellows


2 o16 fellows Richard H. Abramson

Polly Carpenter

William Edward Dugger III

West Hollywood, California

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Stuart, Florida

Mehrnoush Arsanjani

Larry S Cash

Christopher S. Dunlavey

San Francisco, California

Anchorage, Alaska

Washington, D.C.

Karl Alan Backus

Margaret O’Donoghue Castillo

Blakely Carr Dunn

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

El Dorado, Arkansas

Hans Baldauf

Heister Clymer Cease, Jr.

Philip Durham

San Francisco, California

Cary, North Carolina

Saint Louis, Missouri

John Barbour

Jeanine G. Centuori

David Eisen

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Los Angeles, California

Boston, Massachusetts

William J. Bates

Sean Chuan-Sheng Chiao

Cassandra D. Ensberg

Homestead, Pennsylvania

Pokfulam, Hong Kong,

Santa Barbara, California

Douglas C. Bencks

Annie Chu

Martin J. Finio

Durham, New Hampshire

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Douglas A. Benson

Yolanda Cole

James D. French

Portland, Oregon

Washington, D.C.

Overland Park, Kansas

Luis Carlos Bernardo

Gianne P. Conard

Hsinming Fung

Baltimore, Maryland

Brookline, Massachusetts

Culver City, California

Charles Besjak

Lawrence Holdren Connolly

R. Hunter Gee

New York, New York

Austin, Texas

Nashville, Tennessee

Donald R. Blair

Ernesto Cragnolino

Ruth M. Gless

New York, New York

Austin, Texas

Columbus, Ohio

Barbara Bouza

Jeffrey Daniels

Manuel G. Gonzalez

Los Angeles, California

Beverly Hills, California

Los Angeles, California

Robert A. Bracamonte

Joel Davy

Emily A. Grandstaff-Rice

San Francisco, California

Fargo, North Dakota

Cambridge, Massachusetts

James A. Brady

Roberto C. de Leon, Jr.

Charles H. Griffin

Austin, Texas

Louisville, Kentucky

Houston, Texas

Jeffrey Brown

Jack DeBartolo III

Douglas C. Hanna

Houston, Texas

Phoenix, Arizona

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Mary Buchanan Brush

Gilbert Delgado

Anne Hicks Harney

Chicago, Illinois

Ithaca, New York

Baltimore, Maryland

Michael Joseph Buono

Ellen Bailey Dickson

Robert Paul Harris

Springfield, Missouri

Chicago, Illinois

Huntingtown, Maryland

John S. Burcher

David Dimond

Kelly Hayes-McAlonie

Chicago, Illinois

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Buffalo, New York

Tamara Elizabeth Lapham Burns

Kathleen A. Dorgan

Jonathan Herz

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Storrs, Connecticut

Washington, D.C.

Jane E. Cameron

Nicole M. Dosso

Paul C. Hutton

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

315

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Steven Imrich

Jennifer Luce

William S. Otwell

Cambridge, Massachusetts

San Diego, California

Prescott, Arizona

Meral Iskir

Dean Marchetto

Irvin A. Pearce

Bethesda, Maryland

Hoboken, New Jersey

Raleigh, North Carolina

Thomas S. Ito

Glenn E Mason

Frederick Perpall

Los Angeles, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Dallas, Texas

Christof Jantzen

Paula Burns McEvoy

John Scott Poole

Venice, California

Atlanta, Georgia

Knoxville, Tennessee

James Jennings

Bettina Mehnert

David M. Powell

San Francisco, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Nashville, Tennessee

Lamar A. Johnson

Mark R. Miller

Jay Raskin

Chicago, Illinois

San Francisco, California

Portland, Oregon

Margo P. Jones

Amy Miller Dowell

Kevin Ratigan

Greenfield, Massachusetts

Portland, Oregon

Winter Park, Florida

Duane L. Jonlin

Naomi O. Miroglio

Phillip A Reed

Seattle, Washington

San Francisco, California

Austin, Texas

Larry Kearns

Victor A. Mirontschuk

Linda Reeder

Chicago, Illinois

New York, New York

New Haven, Connecticut

Dan Kirby

David D. Montalba

Glenn Rescalvo

Orlando, Florida

Santa Monica, California

New York, New York

Ned S. Kirschbaum

Anthony Mosellie

David Brent Richards

Denver, Colorado

New York, New York

Detroit, Michigan

Lester Korzilius

Jeffrey Murphy

Henry Frank Ricks, Jr.

London, United Kingdom

New York, New York

Memphis, Tennessee

Ann Kosmal

Kirsten R. Murray

Mark Ripple

Washington, D.C.

Seattle, Washington

New Orleans, Louisiana

Alexander P. Lamis

F Jeffrey Murray

David Mark Riz

New York, New York

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Aric J. Lasher

William Murray

Percy ‘Rebel’ Roberts III

Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Chicago, Illinois

Bradley Leathley

Stuart Narofsky

Ann Merideth Rolland

Seattle, Washington

Long Island City, New York

New York, New York

R. Steven Lewis

Sarah Nettleton

Peter Rose

Altadena, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Boston, Massachusetts

Rebecca J. Lewis

Andrew G. Nielsen

William Ryall

Duluth, Minnesota

Denver, Colorado

New York, New York

Philip S. LiBassi

David M. Oakland

William Q. Sabatini

Cleveland, Ohio

Charlottesville, Virginia

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Anne-Marie Lubenau

James Mary O’Connor

Michael M. Samuelian

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Santa Monica, California

New York, New York

316

aia college of fellows


Michael Schnoering

Don Weinreich

Princeton, New Jersey

New York, New York

David J. Segmiller

Terry L Welker

Charlotte, North Carolina

Kettering, Ohio

Kimberly Sheppard

R. Craig Williams

New York, New York

Dallas, Texas

Scott Simons

Gary Wolf

Portland, Maine

Boston, Massachusetts

James J Slade

Dan Wood

New York, New York

New York, New York

Ed Soltero

Thomas W. Wurtz

Tempe, Arizona

Dallas, Texas

Jeffrey C. Stouffer

Liz Harriss York

Dallas, Texas

Atlanta, GA

Max Wilson Strang

(Charles) Al York

Miami, Florida

Austin, Texas

Joseph A. Stypka

Alek Zarifian

Chicago, Illinois

Glendale, California

Gail M Sullivan Boston, Massachusetts

Allen Swerdlowe Weston, Connecticut

Robert P. Theel Chicago, Illinois

Douglas Ashley Tilden Walterboro, South Carolina

Bryce A. Turner Baltimore, Maryland

Susan Doreen Turner Chicago, Illinois

Ronald Jan van der Veen Spokane, Washington

James Voelzke Washington, D.C.

Dennis Simmons Ward Florence, South Carolina

Daniel Watch Atlanta, Georgia

Gregory T. Waugh New York, New York

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The Walt Disney Theater, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

2017 aia president Thomas Vonier, faia

honorary fellows Mario Cucinella Italy

cof chancellor

Stein Halvorsen

Lenore M. Lucey, faia

Norway

Giancarlo Mazzanti gold medal

Colombia

Paul Revere Williams, faia

Bong-Seok Oh

architecture firm award Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Jose Luis Salinas Costa Rica

Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas

edward c. kemper award

Mexico

Ronald Skaggs, faia

Bruno Stagno

whitney m. young jr. award

Ar. Ishtiaque Zahir

Detroit Collaborative Design Center topaz medallion Robert A.M. Stern, faia Spirit of Fellowship Frank E. Lucas, faia

318

South Korea

aia college of fellows

Costa Rica Bangladesh


2 o17 fellows Gary M. Ainge

John B. Burse

Duo Dickinson

Chicago, Illinois

Saint Louis, Missouri

Madison, Connecticut

Anthony Alofsin

Thomas A. Butcavage

Kathy Denise Dixon

Austin, Texas

Washington, DC

Upper Marlboro, DC

Marcia Ascanio

Sheila F. Cahnman

Thang N. Do

Garland, Texas

Wilmette, Illinois

San Jose, California

Roderick Ashley

Ellen Crozat Cassilly

Debra J. Dockery

Portland, Oregon

Durham, North Carolina

San Antonio, Texas

F. Michael Ayles

John A. Cetra

Rada Doytcheva

Bridgeport, Connecticut

New York, New York

Thomas G. Bacon

Brian H. Chaffee

Chicago, AIA International Components

Houston, Texas

Littleton, Colorado

Martha L. Ball

Matthew S. Chalifoux

Los Angeles, California

Washington, DC

Navy F. Banvard

Renée Cheng

Santa Monica, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Ann Marie Baranowski

Gaylaird Wiley Christopher

New York, New York

Pasadena, California

T. David Bell

Maria Theresita Ciprazo

Washington, DC

Walnut Creek, California

Isaac Benton

Frank Clementi

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Los Angeles, California

Lane Joseph Beougher

Richard T. Connell

Columbus, Ohio

Glastonbury, Connecticut

Barbara Bestor

Gerald D. Cowart

Los Angeles, California

Savannah, Georgia

Jack Alan Bialosky, Jr.

Jan K. Culbertson

Cleveland, Ohio

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Joseph N. Biondo

Charles L. Cunniffe

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Aspen, Colorado

William Anthony Blanski

William Cunningham

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New York, New York

Jeff Bone

Steven F. Curry

Chicago, Illinois

Houston, Texas

Robert Benjamin Borson

Richard D. D’Amato

Dallas, Texas

Irvine, California

Robert Lewis Bostwick

Sam D’Amico

Cleveland, Ohio

Coral Gables, California

Patrick J. Burke III

Donald R. Dethlefs, Jr.

New York, New York

Denver, Colorado

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Timothy J. Dufault Minneapolis, Minnesota

Matthew Dumich Chicago, Illinois

Anne Marie Duvall Decker Jackson, Mississippi

Williston Lamar Dye Greenville, South Carolina

Jerome Leslie Eben West Orange, New Jersey

David E. Eckmann Chicago, Illinois

Timothy R. Eddy Portland, Oregon

Robert D. Eisenstat New York, New York

Michael Epp Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Paul R. Erickson Reston, Virginia

Gregory L. Erny Reno, Nevada

Harry M. Falconer, Jr. Washington, DC

Martin Felsen Chicago, Illinois

Timothy M. Fishking Columbus, Ohio


Richard C. Franko

William K. Hellmuth

Andrew Labov

Seattle, Washington

Washington, DC

Los Angeles, California

Suzanne Floyd Frasier

Kevin Hom

Philip L. Laird

Baltimore, Maryland

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Jocelyn Lum Frederick

David Hughes

Lisa Lamkin

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Shaker Heights, Ohio

Dallas, Texas

Lawrence Joel Friedberg

Julia S. Hughes

Mark L. Levine

Aurora, Colorado

La Jolla, California

Norcross, Georgia

Lori Snyder Garrett

Scott B. Hunter

Paul M. Lewis

Richmond, Virginia

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Leslie Gartner

John M. Hutchings

Daniel Libeskind

Atlanta, Georgia

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Michael D. Garz

Michael William Jacobs

Constantine Demetrios Liollio

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lexington, Kentucky

Charleston, South Carolina

Edmond George Gauvreau

Luis Jauregui

Reynolds Logan

Washiington, DC

Austin, Texas

New York, New York

Lisa C. Gomperts

Lisa K. Johnson

Timothy D. Love

Indianapolis, Indiana

Seattle, Washington

Boston, Massachusetts

John Hugh Gormley

Mark R. Johnson

Debra A. Lupton

Camarillo, California

Newton, Massachusetts

Winter Park, Florida

Thomas L. Grassi

Timothy Johnson

William (Bill) Maclay

Dumont, New York

New York, New York

Waitsfield, Vermont

Karl A. Grice

Jonathan R. Kanda

Michael Frank Malinowski

Saint Louis, Missouri

Los Angeles, California

Coral Gables, California

Randolph E. Guillot

Peter Kasavan

Michael James Malone

Oak Park, Illinois

Salinas, California

Dallas, Texas

Reb Haizlip

Thomas D. Kearns

Anthony J. Markese

Memphis, Tennessee

Concord, Massachusetts

New Haven, Connecticut

D. Michael Hamner

Lisa L. Kennedy

Elisabeth Martin

Monterey Park, California

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Brooklyn, New York

Gary Haney

Daniel R. Kenney

Richard C. (Rik) Master

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Chicago, Illinois

Michael A. Harwood

Sami Kokdil (Kirkdil)

Jane Gianvito Mathews

Apex, North Carolina

Bethesda, DC

Asheville, North Carolina

Charles R. Hasbrouck

Mark David Kranz

David Mayhew

Chicago, Illinois

Phoenix, Arizona

Towson, Maryland

Kenneth Hau

Charles A. Kubat

David B. Meleca

Hong Kong, AIA International Components

Las Vegas, Nevada

Columbus, Ohio

Kwendeche

Stanley Max Meradith

Little Rock, Arkansas

Omaha, Nebraska

320

aia college of fellows


Dwight Mitsunaga

Allen D. Roberts

Larry Dennis Thompson

Honolulu, Hawaii

Salt Lake City, Utah

Santa Barbara, California

Joeb Moore

Mark Rohde

Bruce Toman

Greenwich, Connecticut

Albuquerque, New Mexico

San Francisco, California

Stephan Mundwiler

Anthony G. Rohr

L. Azeo Torre

Santa Monica, California

Kansas City, Missouri

New Orleans, Louisiana

Bhagchand D. Nayak

Alissa D. Rupp

Peter M. Trapolin

Braintree, Massachusetts

Seattle, Washington

New Orleans, Louisiana

Phillip W. Neuberg

John P. Salmen

Wayne J. Troyer

Gaithersburg, DC

Takoma Park, Maryland

New Orleans, Louisiana

Michael Neville

Gregory J. Scott

Steven Richard Turckes

Novi, Michigan

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Chicago, Illinois

Mark Nickita

Bruce W. Sekanick

David J. Varner

Detroit, Michigan

Warren, Ohio

Washington, DC

Stephen Allen Nutt

David E. Sellers

Anil Verma

Arlington, DC

Warren, Vermont

Los Angeles, California

Mark A. Outman

Sandy Silverman

Todd C. Voth

Denver, Colorado

Washington, DC

Kansas City, Missouri

Wesley L. Page

Peter G. Smith

Norman Dean Ward

Norfolk, Virginia

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Cresson, Texas

Steve Parker

Carolyn Jane Smith

Michael S. Watson

Calverton, Maryland

New York, New York

Columbia, South Carolina

Edward M. Peck

Kevin G. Sneed

Michael A. Wiencek, Jr.

Chicago, Illinois

Silver Spring, Virginia

Chevy Chase, DC

Eric O. Pempus

Kalavati Somvanshi

Douglas S. Wignall

Rocky River, Ohio

Tiverton, New York

Omaha, Nebraska

Jonathan D. Penndorf

JP Spickler

Bruce Williams

Washington, DC

Rockville, DC

Seattle, Washington

J. Stuart Pettitt

Kurt G. Spiering

Stephen A. Wiser

Clawson, Michigan

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Louisville, Kentucky

Robert Shaw Pfaffmann

Tricia Stuth

Sharon Woodworth

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Knoxville, Tennessee

San Francisco, California

Daria F. Pizzetta

David Louis Swartz

James Michael Wright

New York, New York

Los Angeles, California

Arlington, DC

Michael Plottel

Charles Swartz

Takashi Yanai

New York, New York

Winchester, Virginia

Coral Gables, California

Marcela Abadi Rhoads

John Howard Tabor

Willy Yu

Dallas, Texas

Charlotte, North Carolina

Taipei, Taiwan

Shafik I. Rifaat

J.J. Tang

Howard L. Zimmerman

Houston, Texas

Lisle, Illinois

New York, New York

321

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City

2018 aia president

honorary fellows

Carl Elefante, faia

Sathirut Tandanand Thailand

cof chancellor

Taro Ashihara

Raymond G. Post Jr., faia

Japan

gold medal James Stewart Polshek, faia architecture firm award Snow Kreilich Architects edward c. kemper award Lenore M. Lucey, faia whitney m. young jr. award Tamara Eagle Bull, faia topaz medallion Jorge Silvetti, Intl. Assoc. aia Spirit of Fellowship Barry Johns, aaa, fraic, rca(hon), faia 322

aia college of fellows


2 o18 fellows Edward H. Adelman

Pablo Castro

Rand Ekman

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Chicago, Illinois

Jennifer Aliber

Vishaan Chakrabarti

Glenn Fellows

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Joseph J. Aliotta

Katherine Kai-sun Chia

Joshua Flowers

New York, New York

New York, New York

Memphis, Tennessee

Joseph M. Antunovich

David J. Chilinski

Viviana Frank-Franco

Chicago, Illinois

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Laredo, Texas

Dror Baldinger

Leigh Christy

Anna Franz

San Antonio, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Washington, D.C.

Jay Bargmann

Jonah Cohen

Verity L. Frizzell

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

Point Pleasant, New Jersey

Alan Barlis

Jose R. Coleman-Davis Pagan

R. David Frum

New York, New York

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Seattle, Washington

Jonathan Barnes

Chris Cooper

William B. Gallagher Jr.

Columbus, Ohio

New York, New York

Washington, D.C.

Larry Barr

Stuart L. Coppedge

Donald F. Gatzke

Washington, District of Columbia

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Arlington, Texas

Denise M. Berger

Joseph Coppola

Brian George

New York, New York

New York, New York

Dallas, Texas

Andrew Bernheimer

Joseph Coriaty

Rocco Giannetti

Brooklyn, New York

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Randall J. Biallas

Bernard Costantino

Joann Gonchar

Alexandria, Virginia

Columbus, Ohio

New York, New York

Kiki Bolender

Andrew M. Cupples

F. Eric Goshow

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Craig Borum

Griff Davenport

Dina A. Griffin

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Chicago, Illinois

Gerald Warren Briggs

Jules Dingle

Timothy J. Griffin

Kensington, Maryland

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Eric Bunge

Martine Dion

Jacquelyn Hale

Brooklyn, New York

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Orlando, Florida

Gregory John Burke

Wendy Dunnam Tita

Melody Harclerode

Vero Beach, Florida

Austin, Texas

Sandy Springs, Georgia

Mary Burnham

Craig Dykers

Kristine A. Harding

New York, New York

New York, New York

Huntsville, Alabama

Nathan R. Butler

Tamara Eagle Bull

Laura Hartman

Orlando, Florida

Lincoln, Nebraska

Berkeley, California

Robert Calvani

Aimee Eckmann

Cynthia Hayward

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Chicago, Illinois

Ann Arbor, Michigan

323

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Laura Heim

Emily Marthinsen

Candid Rogers

Sunnyside, New York

Berkeley, California

San Antonio, Texas

Mark C. Hirons

Don H. May

Zigmund Rubel

Chicago, Illinois

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Greenbrae, California

James House

Ronnie McGhee

Wolf Saar

Culver City, California

Washington, District of Columbia

Seattle, Washington

Zena K. Howard

Samuel Miller

Patricia Saldaña Natke

Durham, North Carolina

Seattle, Washington

Chicago, Illinois

Jonathan Humble

Adrienne Montare

Tania S Salgado

West Hartford, Connecticut

Columbia, South Carolina

Denver, Colorado

David J. Insinga

Suzanne Napier

John Lynch Sanders

Washington, District of Columbia

San Francisco, California

Knoxville, Tennessee

Mark Jensen

James A. Nicolow

Thomas Savory

San Francisco, California

Honolulu, Hawaii

Columbia, South Carolina

Pamela Jerome

Christopher Noll

Clemens Bruns Schaub

New York, New York

Berkeley, California

Vero Beach, Florida

Bruce Johnson

Samuel Óghale Oboh

Edwin Schmidt

Asheville, North Carolina

Edmonton, Alberta

Northbrook, Illinois

Leonard Kady

Sean O’Donnell

Charles L. Schreckenberger

New York, New York

Washington, District of Columbia

Akron, Ohio

Bernhard Karpf

Joyce Owens

John M. Sellery

New York, New York

Fort Myers, Florida

Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island

Arlan Kay

Haril Pandya

Nick Serfass

Oregon, Wisconsin

Boston, Massachusetts

Midlothian, Virginia

James H. Kolker

Wendy Pautz

Stephen L. Sharp

St Louis, Missouri

Seattle, Washington

Springfield, Ohio

Matthew Kreilich

Rick Petersen

Brian Shea

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Denver, Colorado

New York, New York

Lee Ledbetter

Donna Phaneuf

Christopher N. Shears

New Orleans, Louisiana

Norfolk, Virginia

Denver, Colorado

Mindy Lehrman Cameron

Naomi Pollock

Rosa Sheng

Seattle, Washington

Tokyo, Japan

San Francisco, California

Thomas Leslie

Kenneth Radtkey

Troy Sherrard

Ames, Iowa

Santa Barbara, California

Columbus, Ohio

David Leven

Sharon Refvem

Lloyd Sigal

New York, New York

Sunnyvale, California

New York, New York

Ismael Leyva

David W. Robinson

George C. Skarmeas

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Brian J. Mac

J. Todd Robinson

Charles Davis Smith

Richmond, Vermont

Nashville, Tennessee

Frisco, Texas

324

aia college of fellows


Z. Smith

Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter

New Orleans, Louisiana

Los Angeles, California

Traci Dawn Sooter

David E. Wark

Springfield, Missouri

Portland, Oregon

Jonathan Scott Sparer

Louis Wasserman

Las Vegas, Nevada

Shorewood, Wisconsin

Robert Steele

Angela E. Watson

Richmond, Virginia

Boston, Massachusetts

Carrie Strickland

Ellen Watts

Portland, Oregon

Boston, Massachusetts

Dean Strombom

David West

Houston, Texas

New York, New York

James Susman

Paul Whalen

Austin, Texas

New York, New York

Robert J. Svedberg

Stephen Wierzbowski

Atlanta, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois

Karen Hargarther Thomas

Graham S. Wyatt

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

Kermit Duncan Thompson

Mark Yoes

New Haven, Connecticut

New York, New York

Henry Tom

Steve Ziger

Tucson, Arizona

Baltimore, Maryland

Ronald J. Tomasso

Dawn Zuber

Washington, D.C.

Plymouth, Michigan

Eric Tomich San Francisco, California

Sean Towne San Diego, California

Edward Tucker Huntington, West Virginia

Bryan Turner Farmington, Utah

Grant C. Uhlir Chicago, Illinois

David Urschel Chicago, Illinois

Peter F. Vieira Jr. Boston, Massachusetts

Lois Vitt Sale Darien, Illinois

325

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Smith Center Reynolds Hall, Las Vegas

2019 aia president William J. Bates, faia

honorary fellows Emre Arolat Turkey

cof chancellor

Sandra Barclay

Edward A. Vance, faia

Peru

Alberto Campo Baeza gold medal

Spain

Lord Richard Rogers, hon. faia

Nathalie de Vries Netherlands

architecture firm award

Jane Duncan

Payette

Amanda Levete

United Kingdom United Kingdom

edward c. kemper award Robert T. Coles, faia whitney m. young jr. award Karen L. Braitmayer, faia topaz medallion Toshiko Moir, faia Spirit of Fellowship Rebecca W. E. Edmunds, aia

326

aia college of fellows

Esa Mohamed Malaysia

Pei Ing Tan Malaysia

Jacon van Rijs Netherlands


2 o19 fellows Terry Lee Allers

Lisa Chronister

Martin A. Gold

Fort Dodge, Iowa

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Gainesville, Florida

Norman R. Alston

Robert J. Condia

Jordan Goldstein

Dallas, Texas

Manhattan, Kansas

Washington, DC

Raya Ani

Robert Cozzarelli

Jeffrey J. Gunning

Dubai, UAE

Belleville, New Jersey

Dallas, Texas

Ruth Baleiko

Brandon A. Dake

Tushar Gupta

Seattle, Washington

Springfield, Missouri

Houston, Texas

Mara Baum

Manoj V. Dalaya

Sharon H. Haar

San Francisco, California

Washington, DC

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Bruce R. Becker

John R. DaSilva

Todd R. Hanson

Fairfield, Connecticut

East Harwich, Massachusetts

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Raymond L. Beeler

Jeffrey L. Day

John H. Harrison

Pleasantville, New York

Omaha, Nebraska

Seattle, Washington

Kai-Uwe L. Bergmann

Timothy E. De Noble

Dominique M. Hawkins

Brooklyn, New York

Manhattan, Kansas

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Janette S. Blackburn

Roy T. Decker

David B. Hill

Boston, Massachusetts

Jackson, Mississippi

Raleigh, North Carolina

Joseph N. Brancato

Jared DellaValle

Kevin M. Holland

New York, New York

Brooklyn, New York

Los Angeles, California

Kim Bretheim

Melissa L. DelVecchio

Thomas L. Hoskens

Minneapolis, Minnesota

New York, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

John H Britton

Bruce D. Eisenberg

Aaron J. Hyland

Lafayette, California

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Peter A. Brown

Thomas Fowler IV

Thomas Lee Hysell

Dallas, Texas

San Luis Obispo, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Robert E. Bullis

Wyatt J Frantom

Darren LaMarr James

Dallas, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Dallas, Texas

Michael Burch

Craig S. Galati

Thomas Clayton Jester

La Canada Flintridge, California

Las Vegas, Nevada

Washington, DC

Joseph Caprile

Mark S. Gangi

Michael W. Johns

Chicago, Illinois

Burbank, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Stephen Cassell

Pete E. Garrett

William E. Johnson

New York, New York

Houston, Texas

Kansas City, Missouri

Yung Ho Chang

Nicholas P. Garrison

James G. Kalvelage

Cambridge, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Portland, Oregon

Jeanne Chen

John P Gering

Mitra Kanaani

Santa Monica, California

Garden City, New York

San Diego, California

Leo C. Chow

Anzilla R. Gilmore

Brian Kowalchuk

San Francisco, California

Fresno, Texas

Lawrenceville, New Jersey

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Alison G. Kwok

Bradford J. Prestbo

Janet A. Tam

Eugene, Oregon

Lexington, Massachusetts

Berkeley, California

Joseph D. Lahendro

Tina Marie Reames

David J. Thaddeus

Charlottesville, Virginia

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Charlotte, North Carolina

Samuel M. Lasky

Richard K. Renner

Jimmie E. Tucker

Boston, Massachusetts

Sherborn, Massachusetts

Memphis, Tennessee

Tracy Lea

Patricia Rhee

Ursula Twombly

New Orleans, Louisiana

Culver City, California

Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Michael N. Lykoudis

Lyn Rice

Nicholas E. Vlattas

Notre Dame, Indiana

New York, New York

Norfolk, Virginia

William T. Mahan

Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Suárez

Dennis Wedlick

Santa Barbara, California

Michael S. Martin Culver City, California

Michael R. McCulloch Portland, Oregon

Debi L. McDonald Winthrop, Massachusetts

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

William T Ruhl Watertown, Massachusetts

Mary Elizabeth Rusz New York, New York

Constantine N. Sakellar Tucson, Arizona

Sandra McKee

Lee E. Salin

New York, New York

Louis A. Meilink, Jr. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Christine A. Mondor Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

San Jose, California

Joel A. Sanders New York, New York

Mark L. Schatz Houston, Texas

Julia F. Monk

Thomas J Schoeman

New York, New York

Las Vegas, Nevada

Nick Noyes San Francisco, California

Bart Shaw Fort Worth, Texas

Brandon F. Pace

Steven H. Shinn

Knoxville, Tennessee

San Diego, California

Jeffrey L. Paine Durham, North Carolina

Daniel Simons San Francisco, California

Patrick P. Panetta

Murat Soygenis

Tempe, Arizona

Istanbul, Turkey

Richard I. Pigford Birmingham, Alabama

Burchell F. Pinnock Richmond, Virginia

Marc B. Spector Woodbury, New York

James G. Spencer Pasadena, California

Jack Poling Minneapolis, Minnesota

Karl W. Stumpf Washington, DC

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Hudson, New York

Andrew Whalley New York, New York

Jim L. Whitaker Dallas, Texas

Jan C. Willemse Portland, Oregon

William K. Wilson Portland, Oregon

Dan M. Worth Lincoln, Nebraska

Brian T. Wurst Charleston, South Carolina

Gregory A Yager Shanghai, China

Richard C. Yancey New York, New York

Robert E. Yohe Orlando, Florida


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The John F. Kennedy Center Opera House. Courtesy of the Kennedy Center.

2020 aia president L. Jane Frederick, faia

honorary fellows Andrew Fox Bromberg Hong Kong

cof chancellor

Bjarke Ingels

Peter G. Kuttner, faia

Denmark

Regine Leibinger gold medal

Germany

Marlon Blackwell, faia

Zhu Pei China

architecture firm award Architecture Research Office edward c. kemper award Carole Wedge, faia whitney m. young jr. award Gabrielle Bullock, faia topaz medallion David Leatherbarrow Spirit of Fellowship John R. Sorrenti, FAIA

330

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Tiantian XU China


2 o20 fellows Lawrence “Murphy” V. Antoine, Jr.

Randall S. Deutsch

Joelle D. Jefcoat

Washington, District of Columbia

Winnetka, Illinois

Charlotte, North Carolina

Javier Arizmendi

Susannah C. Drake

Sarah Meeker Jensen

San Francisco, California

Brooklyn, New York

Santa Monica, California

Catherine M. Baker

Steven R. Dwyer

Richard K. Johnson

Chicago, Illinois

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Coppell, Texas

Bartlett J. Baker, Jr.

Robert L. Easter

John E. Kaliski

St. Paul, Minnesota

Richmond, Virginia

Los Angeles, California

Alexandra A. Barker

Christopher Eseman

Calvin Kam

Brooklyn, New York

Seattle, Washington

Dublin, California

David H. Barkin

Joseph G. Farrell

Kang S. Kiang

Woodbridge, Connecticut

Sarasota, Florida

Berkeley, California

Mia Blanchett

Katherine W. Faulkner

Andrew Knox

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Boston, Massachusetts

New York, New York

Janet Bloomberg

Barbara Flammang

Brian C. Korte

Silver Spring, Maryland

Culver City, California

San Antonio, Texas

James R. Braddock

Jason D. Forney

Donald D. Kranbuehl

New York, New York

Boston, Massachusetts

Raleigh, North Carolina

Holly S. Briggs

David W. Goldberg

Erik G. L’Heureux

Washington, District of Columbia

Seattle, Washington

New York, New York

Blaine E. Brownell

Jeff A. Goldstein

Constance C. Lai

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Washington, District of Columbia

Madeline Burke-Vigeland

Avi O. Grigorescu

Vivian W. Lee

New York, New York

Playa Vista, California

New York, New York

Philip B. Chen

Eric Haas

Karin J. Liljegren

Boston, Massachusetts

Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, California

Tom Sungjin Chung

Kristi W. Hanson

Yu-Ngok Lo

Boston, Massachusetts

Palm Desert, California

Culver City, California

R. Corey Clayborne

Scott K. Henson

Sara Lopergolo

Charlottesville, Virginia

New York, New York

New York, New York

Brendan Coburn

H. Randolph Holmes

Stephen P. Maher

Brooklyn, New York

Midlothian, Virginia

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Lee Coplan

Alec Holser

Scott Marble

Baltimore, Maryland

Portland, Oregon

Brooklyn, New York

Thomas R. Cox

John J. Ida

Gregory C. Mare

Appleton, Wisconsin

Honolulu, Hawaii

Grove City, Ohio

Brian K. Craig

Stephan W. Jaklitsch

Mariko Masuoka

Grand Rapids, Michigan

New York, New York

New Haven, Connecticut

Yanel E. De Angel Salas

Kenneth J. Jandura

Neal S. Matsuno

Milton, Massachusetts

Reston, Virginia

Santa Monica, California

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Angela Mazzi

Vijay Sehgal

Bradley C. Touchstone

Cincinnati, Ohio

Los Angeles, California

Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

Susan B. McClymonds

Roger Sherman

Jay Valgora

Amsterdam, New York

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Ellis L. McIntosh

James E. Silcott

Andrew Vernooy

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Los Angeles, California

Bozeman, Montana

Christopher Martin Meek

Jason E. Smith

Mario J. Violich

Seattle, Washington

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Venice, California

David R. Moore

Robert R. Smith

Eugen Logan Wagner

Simpsonville, South Carolina

Tucson, Arizona

Austin, Texas

Christiana Q. Moss

Jaime E. Sobrino

Christopher S. Wasney

Phoenix, Arizona

Miami, Florida

Palo Alto, California

Kirk Narburgh

Pauline M. Souza

Clifford M. Welch

Syracuse, New York

San Francisco, California

Dallas, Texas

Alix W. O’Brien

Barbara E. Spandorf

Daniel C. White

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Villa Park, Illinois

Samuel E. Olshin

Robert M. Sponseller

Steven R. White

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Washington, District of Columbia

Washington, District of Columbia

Margaret S. Parsons

Sean M. Stadler

Robert C. Whitlock

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Washington, District of Columbia

New York, New York

Krista R. Phillips

Alyson Steele

Mark A. Williams

Portland, Oregon

Washington, District of Columbia

Dallas, Texas

Mark B. Quattrocchi

Randy A. Steiner

Ashley L. Wilson

Santa Rosa, California

Chevy Chase, Maryland

Alexandria, Virginia

Douglas R. Richards

Erin Sterling Lewis

W. Kenneth Wiseman

Hillsboro, Ohio

Raleigh, North Carolina

Arlington, Virginia

D. Wayne Rogers

Eric D. Strain

Bruce N. Wright

Lexington, South Carolina

Las Vegas, Nevada

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Thomas Roszak

Terence J. Sullivan

Stephen Yablon

Chicago, Illinois

Columbus, Ohio

New York, New York

Gregory L. Rutledge

Joseph D. Tanney

Thomas T.K. Zung

Norfolk, Virginia

New York, New York

Bratenahl, Ohio

Porie Saikia

Warren A. Techentin

Bayside, New York

Los Angeles, California

Mark Arthur Schmieding

Marc Teer

Chicago, Illinois

Park Ridge, Illinois

David L. Schrader

Michael E. Tingley

Malvern, Pennsylvania

Portland, Oregon

Neal J.Z. Schwartz

Jose J. Toro

San Francisco, California

San Juan, Puerto Rico

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The John F. Kennedy Center Opera House. Courtesy of the Kennedy Center.

2021 aia president Peter J. Exley, faia cof chancellor John J. Castellana, faia gold medal Edward Mazria, faia architecture firm award Moody Nolan whitney m. young jr. award Pascale Sablan, faia topaz medallion Kathyrn H. Anthony, PhD Spirit of Fellowship Edward J. Kodet Jr., FAIA

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2 o21 fellows Joshua W. Aidlin

Stefani E. Danes

Brian V. Hurttienne

San Francisco, California

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Detroit, Michigan

Robert E. Anderson

Jeffrey S. Dugan

Diane Reicher Jacobs

San Anselmo, California

New York, New York

Phoenix, Arizona

Sherif W. Anis

Arthur T. Dyson

Brad A. Jacobson

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Fresno, California

San Francisco, California

William C. Ayars

John G. Ellis

Edward M. Jones

Cleveland, Ohio

Corte Madera, California

Tempe, Arizona

Illya Azaroff

Laura L. Ettelman-Gunter

Neal E. Jones

Brooklyn, New York

New York, New York

Tempe, Arizona

Thomas M. Barrie

Allison Ewing

Linda N. Keane

Raleigh, North Carolina

Charlottesville, Virginia

Chicago, Illinois

Hilary Kinder Bertsch

Karen Fairbanks

David A. Keith

New York, New York

New York, New York

Norfolk, Virginia

Nancy Blankfard

Billie J. Faircloth

Robert Kelly

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ambler, Pennsylvania

Philip J. Bona

Kathleen O. Frazier

Grace H. Kim

San Diego, California

Staunton, Virginia

Seattle, Washington

Caryn J. Brause

Brian J. Frickie

Grant C. Kirkpatrick

Northampton, Massachusetts

Falls Church, Virginia

Los Angeles, California

William M. Brown III

Kathleen M. Galvin

William I. Kline

Verona, New Jersey

Charlottesville, Virginia

Bethesda, Maryland

Benjamin B. Cahoon

Thomas E. Greving

Thomas A. Kubala

Nags Head, North Carolina

Venice, California

Cedarburg, Wisconsin

Rudolph S. Cardenas

Michael P. Halflants

Eric S. Lagerberg

Raleigh, North Carolina

Sarasota, Florida

Seattle, Washington

Steven G. Cecil

Jayesh Hariyani

Kenneth A. Lambla

Dedham, Massachusetts

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Charlotte, North Carolina

Rocco J. Ceo

Keith E. Hempel

Brian A. Lane

Coral Gables, Florida

Irivne, California

Santa Monica, California

Mina M. Chow

Julie Hiromoto

Bryan Langlands

Los Angeles, California

Dallas, Texas

New York, New York

Deborah J. Cooper

David A. Hollenberg

Mohammed Lawal

Oakland, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Brian Court

Norman G.Y. Hong

Chere R. LeClair

Seattle, Washington

Honolulu, Hawaii

Bozeman, Montana

John J. Crandall

Michael H. Hsu

Evelyn M. Lee

Mendham, New Jersey

Austin, Texas

Lafayette, California

Heidi S. Creighton

Jeffrey E. Huber

Daniel J. Lemieux

Los Angeles, California

Wilton Manors, Florida

Oakton, Virginia

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Laura A. Lesniewski Kansas City, Missouri

Saundra R. Little Detroit, Michigan

Erica J. Loynd

Donald R. Powell

Yann R. Weymouth

Dallas, Texas

St. Pete Beach, Florida

Umayal Ramanathan

Gregory C. Wiedemann

Lexington, Massachusetts

Bethesda, Maryland

Alice J. Raucher

Seattle, Washington

Charlottesville, Virginia

Deborah Tan Lucking

Pascale Sablan

Denver, Colorado

New York, New York

Mouzhan Majidi

Hilary M. Sample

London, United Kingdom

New York, New York

Michael L. Marshall Washington, District of Columbia

John Martin

James Sanders New York, New York

Cathi L. Schar

Boston, Massachusetts

Honolulu, Hawaii

Janet M. Matheson

Rick H. Schneider

Fairbanks, Alaska

Washington, District of Columbia

Douglas H. McCarty

John R. Sheehan

Knoxville, Tennessee

San Diego, California

William J. Melby

James W. Simeo

Bakersfield, California

Los Angeles, California

Paul C. Mellblom

Rael D. Slutsky

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Lake Forest, Illinois

Paul Milana

Laura F. Stagner

New York, New York

Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Renauld Deandre Mitchell Chicago, Illinois

Douglas Teiger Los Angeles, California

Richard E. Mohler Seattle, Washington

Scott C. Teixeira Fairfax, Virginia

Aaron D. Neubert Los Angeles, California

Jon D. Niemuth Kansas City, Missouri

David S. Parker Southport, Connecticut

David H. Peabody Alexandria, Virginia

Thomas J. Trenolone Omaha, Nebraska

Fernando A. Villa New York, New York

James A. Walbridge Lincoln, Nebraska

David Wallance Brooklyn, New York

Brian D. Phillips Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Stephen J. Phillips Los Angeles, California

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Geoffrey C. Warner Minneapolis, Minnesota

Martha L. Werenfels Providence, Rhode Island

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The Auditorium Theater

2022 aia president

honorary fellows

Daniel S. Hart, faia PE

Waro Kishi Tokyo, Japan

cof chancellor

Laurent J. Duport

Roger L Schluntz, faia

Nimes, France

gold medal

Spirit of Fellowship

Angela Brooks, faia

Edward A. Vance, faia

Lawrence Scarpa, faia architecture firm award MASS Design Group whitney m. young jr. award RIDING THE VORTEX Edward C. Kemper Award Bob Berkebile, faia Topaz Medallion Deborah Berke, faia

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2 o22 fellows Michelle Mongeon Allen

Jonathan J. Cohn

Angela Lee

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Brooklyn, New York

Singapore, Singapore

Ricardo A. Alvarez-Diaz

Peter D. Cook

Roger K. Leib

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Alexandria, Virginia

Los Angeles, California

Kjell M. Anderson

David T. Darling

Britt Lindberg

Seattle, Washington

San Francisco, California

San Jose, California

Alicia M. Belton

Paul M. Dennehy

Gregory A. Luhan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dallas, Texas

Lexington, Kentucky

Glen E. Berry

Ursula E. Emery McClure

Kenneth H. Luker

Eagle, Idaho

Lafayette, Louisiana

Durham, North Carolina

John P. Blood

Marcus W. Fairbrother

Paul L. Macheske

Austin, Texas

Bethesda, Maryland

Orlando, Florida

Victor F. Body-Lawson

David J. Frey

Kevin B. Miller

New York, New York

Northridge, California

Salt Lake City, Utah

Carla Bonacci

Douglas J. Gallow Jr.

Kiel K. Moe

Westfield, New Jersey

Loveland, Ohio

Halifax, Vermont

Jason D. Boyer

Gregory R. Gidez

Dorian A. Moore

Phoenix, Arizona

Franktown, Colorado

Detroit, Michigan

Craig D. Brandt

Amy E. Gilbertson

William S. Mullane

Chicago, Illinois

St. Louis, Missouri

Austin, Texas

Yanitza Brongers-Marrero

Kurt W. Haapala

Robert M. Noblett

Columbus, Ohio

Portland, Oregon

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Sarah M. Broughton

Jeffrey J. Hausman

Sam Edward Nunes

Aspen, Colorado

Detroit, Michigan

Oakland, California

Lori A. Brown

D. Michael Hellinghausen

Stephen C. Pickard

Syracuse, New York

Dallas, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Peter H. Brown

Milton E. Hime

Anthony C. Poon

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Austin, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Patrick J. Burke

Anne Holford-Smith

Steven H. Rajninger

Princeton, New Jersey

New York, New York

San Francisco, California

Robert Busch

Kathryn L. Horne

Robin R. Randall

Cincinnati, Ohio

Charlotte, North Carolina

Clarendon Hills, Illinois

Hans E. Butzer

Eric Howeler

Ignacio J. Reyes

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Boston, Massachusetts

West Palm Beach, Florida

Margaret M. Carney

Keelan P. Kaiser

Eric M. Roberts

Ithaca, New York

Riverside, California

Las Vegas, Nevada

Michael T. Cetera

Nathan F. Knutson

J Lee Rofkind

Staten Island, New York

Northfield, Minnesota

Midlevels, Hong Kong Island

Abigail L. Clary

Steven A. Kordalski

Daniel K. Rothschild

Oak Park, Illinois

Cleveland, Ohio

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Michael T. Roush

Benjamin Waechter

Chula Vista, California

Portland, Oregon

Mark J. Ryan

Alexander B. White

Phoenix, Arizona

Indianapolis, Indiana

Mark Schendel

Sarah J. Woodhead

Chicago, Illinois

Washington, District of Columbia

Joanna Schmickel

James W. Woolum

Arlington, Virginia

Los Angeles, California

Lawrence J. Schnuck

Kimberly K. Yao

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

New York, New York

Steven C. Schultz

Albert F. Zaccone

Houston, Texas

North Haledon, New Jersey

Theresa Sheils

Stas Zakrzewski

Washington, District of Columbia

New York, New York

Keith A. Simon

Willy L. Zambrano

Austin, Texas

Freeport, New York

Julie M. Skolnicki Dublin, Ohio

Charles T. Smith Wilmette, Illinois

Michael J. Smith Los Angeles, California

Stephen A. Smith St. Louis, Missouri

Randy M. Sovich Baltimore, Maryland

Ron M. Stelmarski Dallas, Texas

Tod R. Stevens Grand Rapids, Michigan

Winifred A. Stopps Boston, Massachusetts

Mark E. Trier Louisville, Kentucky

Jodi L. van der Wiel Cleveland, Ohio

Tania L. Van Herle Los Angeles, California

Randall C. Vaughn Lexington, Kentucky

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The Moscone Center

2023 aia president

honorary fellows

Emily Grandstaff-Rice, faia

Xiangming Huang

cof chancellor Frances Halsband, faia gold medal Carol Ross Barney, faia architecture firm award Mithun whitney m. young jr. award Robert L. Easter, faia Edward C. Kemper Award Jeff Potter, faia Topaz Medallion Dr. Sharon Egretta Sutton, faia

342

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Shanghai, China Philip F. Yuan Shanghai, China

Jiang Wu Shanghai, China


2 o23 fellows Ronald K. Abo

Sanford E. Garner

Bryan S. Lijewski

Lakewood, Colorado

Indianapolis, Indiana

East Lansing, Michigan

J. Richard Alsop Jr.

James T. Garrett

Andrea Love

Charlotte, North Carolina

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Boston, Massachusetts

Steven K. Alspaugh

Richard M. Graves

William P. Mallari

Indianapolis, Indiana

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Takoma Park, Maryland

Abimbola O. Asojo

Todd Grover

Nea Maloo

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Silver Spring, Maryland

Sara K. Beardsley

Ravi A. GuneWardena

Kenneth Martin

Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

Petersburg, Virginia

Bernita Beikmann

Maureen A. Guttman

Ryan T. McEnroe

Dallas, Texas

PIttsburgh, Pennsylvania

Silver Spring, Maryland

David M. Block

Daniel-Christopher N. Hall

Mike McGlone

Evanston, Illinois

El Portal, Florida

San Antonio, Texas

Dan Brunn

Douglas D. Hanson

Anne G. Mooney

Los Angeles, California

Marina del Rey, California

Salt Lake City, Utah

Charles C. Cash

Marnique Y. Heath

Frances T. Moore

Louisville, Kentucky

Washington, District of Columbia

Los Angeles, California

Jason R. Chandler

Jason T. Holuby

Jack R. Morgan

Coral Gables, Florida

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Edmond, Oklahoma

Yew K. Cheong

Adele B. Houghton

Diana K. Nicklaus

Singapore, Singapore

Houston, Texas

Northborough, Massachusetts

Christos E. Chrysiliou

Ping Jiang

Victor W. Olgyay

Los Angeles, California

Shanghai, China (Mainland)

Boulder, Colorado

Craig C. Copeland

Nathan C. Johnson

Yen Ong

New York, New York

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dallas, Texas

Justin F. Crane

Walter B. Jones

Gregg A. Pasquarelli

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Middelburg Heights, Ohio

New York, New York

Lance E. Davis

Nerin E. Kadribegovic

Janet A. Pogue McLaurin

Edgewater, Maryland

Pasadena, California

Ellicott City, Maryland

Jonathan Feldman

Neil C. Katz

Martin R. Primmer

San Francisco, California

New York, New York

Louisville, Kentucky

Steven D. Flanagan

Joongsub Kim

Robert V. Reis

Orange, California

Birmingham, Michigan

Norfolk, Virginia

Tenna Florian

Susan Schaefer S. Kliman

James E. Richard

San Antonio, Texas

Argusville, North Dakota

Phoenix, Arizona

Mary Follenweider

Varun Kohli

Joseph P. Ruocco

Ventura, California

New Hyde Park, New York

Washington, District of Columbia

Xuan Fu

William J. LaPatra

Timothy Ray Schroeder

Chicago, Illinois

Seattle, Washington

Iowa City, Iowa

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Mark A. Schwamel Chicago, Illinois

Jeremy R. Shannon Sparrow Bush, New York

Cass C. Smith San Francisco, California

Jodi Smits Anderson Albany, New York

Christian B. Sottile Savannah, Georgia

Ronald B. Sprague Las Vegas, Nevada

Brian Tibbs Nashville, Tennessee

Brad A. Tomecek Denver, Colorado

Theodore Todd Touloukian Boston, Massachusetts

Mark R. Walsh Chicago, Illinois

Angela Ward Hyatt Boston, Massachusetts

Rob S. Whitehead Des Moines, Iowa

Robin E. Whitehurst Chicago, Illinois

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Alphabetical Directory


fellows of the aia

a

invested

Harold L. Adams c k

1983

William Adams

1991

• Alvar Aalto g

1958

• William Henri Adams

1892

• Elissa Makiniemi Aalto

1981

William T. Adams

1995

Mustafa Kemal Abadan

2007

Paul Adamson

2011

Carlton S. Abbott

1983

• John Addison

1890

J. Carl Abbott, Jr.

1986

Edward H. Adelman

2018

• Joseph Henry Abel

1968

Morris Adjmi

2014

1996

• Thomas Reed Adkison

1978

• Jan M. Abell

1994

• Dankmar Adler

1889

• Thornton Montaigne Abell

1964

• David Adler

1941

James Logan Abell k

Stephen N. Abend

1988

Gunnel Adlercreutz

1997

Ronald K. Abo

2023

Michael Adlerstein

1994

Stanley Abercrombie

1987

Antonin Aeck

2001

• Theodore H. Abrahams

1896

• Richard L. Aeck

1961

• Bruce A. Abrahamson

1972

• Charles K. Agle

1969

Richard H. Abramson

2016

• Jacob Agne, Jr.

1892

• Max Abramovitz

1952

Diana I. Agrest

2008

• Ned H. Abrams

1990

• George Abraham Agron

1976

Robin Fran Abrams

2015

Pedro Aguirre

1989

Trevor David Abramson

2010

Santiago Agurto Calvo

1960

Patrick Ahearn

2015

Pavel Vasilievitch Abrosimov 1958 Fernando L. Abrua

2005

Raymond C. Abst

1981

Loren Peter Ahles

1998

1916

• Frederick Ahlschlager

1889

Kurt Ackermann

1996

Thomas R. Aidala

1993

George W. Acock

2015

Joshua W. Aidlin

2021

1940

• William Martin Aiken

1889

• Frederick Lee Ackerman

• Franklin Oliver Adams

c past Chancellor p past President g Gold Medal recipient k Edward C. Kemper Award recipient t aia/acsa Topaz Medallion recipient y Whitney M. Young Jr. Award recipient •

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• Hakon Claes Axel Ahlberg

1952


invested

• Gregory Ain

1972

• Gordon Allen

1940

• James Bertin Aitken

1982

• Harris C. Allen

1937

Gary M. Ainge

2017

• John M. Allen

1889

Joanne Aitken

2011

Maurice B. Allen, Jr.

1983

Roula Alakiotou

1997

Michelle Mongeon Allen

2022

Charles A. Albanese

1995

• Nathaniel S. Allen

1889

1934

Ralph G. Allen

1995

• Abraham Horace Albertson

Franco Albini

1968

• Rex Whitaker Allen p

1966

• Richard Keith Albyn

1987

• Robert E. Allen

1985

Lorenzo E. Aldana

1989

Robert Edward Allen

1985

• Charles H. Alden

1913

• Roger Allen

1954

N. Sue Alden

1991

• Roy O. Allen, Jr.

1973

• Bissell Alderman

1970

Stanley T. Allen

2011

• Chester Holmes Aldrich

1916

Susan M. Allen

2001

• Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich

1958

• William Alexander Allen

1984

• William T. Aldrich

1931

• William Stephen Allen, Jr.

1959

• Iris S. Alex

1984

Jennifer Aliber

2018

• Cecil Alexander

1962

Joseph J. Aliotta

2018

• Charles A. Alexander

1865

Terry Lee Allers

2019

Earle S. Alexander, Jr.

1984

• David C. Allison

1926

Henry C. Alexander, Jr.

1998

David John Allison

2010

1889

• George Boggs Allison

1955

1992

• Gerald Lou Allison

1971

• Robert E. Alexander

1955

• James E. Allison

1918

A. Notley Alford

1985

James V. Allred

2001

Giancarlo Alhadeff

2008

• John M. Allston

1891

2020

• Ronald R. Allwork

1971

Stanley N. Allan

1981

Killis P. Almond, Jr.

1999

Timothy Allanbrook

2012

Anthony Alofsin

2017

John William Allegretti

2004

David Alpert

2015

Edward Allen

2000

• Alfred S. Alschuler, Jr.

1967

• Edward Allen

2020

J. Richard Alsop Jr.

2023

• Francis R. Allen

1895

Steven K. Alspaugh

2023

• Frank S. Allen

1889

Norman R. Alston

2019

• James F. Alexander

James Garth Alexander

• Edward Allen

348

invested

aia college of fellows


• Charles Altfillisch

1951

Sherif W. Anis

2021

Ronald A. Altoon p

1990

Alfred Victor Alvares

1967

Samuel Armistead Anderson, III

1986

Mario Roberto Alvarez

1976

William L. Anderson

1999

Ricardo A. Alvarez-Diaz

2022

Pamela Anderson-Brulé

2015

Robert Alvarez Espinosa

1961

Arthur W. Andersson

2013

Joaquin Alvarez Ordonez

1969

Jeffrey Anderzhon

2007

• Wladimir Alves De Souza

1979

Tadao Ando g

1991

Franziska Amacher

2015

Dennis A. Andrejko

2009

Jesus Eduardo Amaral

1978

Emilio Ambasz

2007

• William Clement Ambrose

John Hamilton Andrews • Lavone D. Andrews

1988 1980 1977

1989

Martha Peck Andrews

1998

• James J. Amis

1997

• Robert Day Andrews

1891

• Joseph Amisano

1966

• Frank W. Angell

1889

• John M. Amundson

1975

Thomas M. Anglewicz

2006

Gregg D. Ander

2001

Charles Angyal

2003

Allison Hoadley Anderson

2014

Raya Ani

2019

• Dorman D. Anderson

1992

• Wagdy Anis

2007

• Edwin Anderson

1870

• Joseph Paul Annan

1894

Harry F. Anderson

1982

• Thomas B. Annan

1874

J. Timothy Anderson

1985

• George Anselevicius

1985

Jodi Smits Anderson

2023

• S. Robert Anshen

1962

• John D. Anderson p k

1980

• James Harold Anstis

1988

Jon Anderson

2012

Kjell M. Anderson

2022

• Lawrence B. Anderson t

1965

Anthony Ames

349

1958

• J. Philip Andrews

Mark S.T. Anderson

2010

Nanon Adair Anderson

2014

Peter Anderson

2007

• Ralph A. Anderson, Jr.

1967

Richard L. Anderson

1986

Robert E. Anderson

2021

Ross S. Anderson

2002

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Lawrence “Murphy” V. Antoine, Jr.

2020

Joseph M. Antunovich

2018

Stephen Allan Apking

2008

Natalye L. Appel

2000

• George Adrian Applegarth

1971

• Arthur Ward Archer

1947

• George Archer

1889

Richard Moore Archer • William H. Archer

1999 1889


invested

• James Lawrence Aspinwall

1914

Otilio A. Arellano

1961

• Clarence O. Arey

1889

Neil Astle

1983

Peter Arfaa

1983

Louis D. Astorino

1987

Carlos D. Arguelles

1961

• Charles H. Atherton

1984

Luis Jesus Arizmendi Amiel

1972

• Thomas Henry Atherton

1953

Javier Arizmendi

2020

• Anthony J. Atkin

1998

• J. Warren Armistead, Jr.

1950

James B. Atkins

2002

• A. J. Armstrong

1889

John L. Atkins, III

1991

Chuck Armstrong

2015

Randy Ivan Atlas

2015

Harris Armstrong

1955

• Grosvenor Atterbury

1905

• Leon Eugene Arnal

1948

• Daniel T. Atwood

1867

• Leopold Arnaud

1950

Carl Aubock

1971

Bruce P. Arneill

1992

Eugene E. Aubry

1977

• Christopher Arnold

1990

• R. T. Auchmuty

1866

• E. W. Arnold

1889

Seymour Auerbach

1973

• Richard Monroe Arnold

1972

Gaetana Aulenti

1990

• Gordon R. Arnott

1971

Douglas H. Austin

1990

• Louis Gerard Arretche

1989

• Ennis R. Austin

1896

Robert Arrigoni

1993

• John C. Austin

1913

Mehrnoush Arsanjani

2016

• William D. Austin

1912

Peter J. Arsenault

2010

Inette L. E. Austin-Smith

1978

• Marcia Ascanio

2017

John Michael Austin-Smith

1971

Marcia Ascanio

2020

Daniel L. Avchen

1999

Douglas W. Ashe

2007

• Jeffrey Averill

2014

Michel Claude Ashe

2010

• Henry Ogden Avery

1889

Yoshinobu Ashihara

1979

Roderick Ashley

2017

• Donald C. Axon

1992

J. Tom Ashley

2002

William C. Ayars

2021

Enrique Avila Riquelme

1983

• Raymond J. Ashton p

1940

• Romeo Aybar

1983

Yvonne Warner Asken

1984

• Alfred Lewis Aydelott

1964

Laurin B. Askew

1994

• Richard Winston Ayers

1968

Lee H. Askew, III

1995

Stephen T. Ayers

2012

1955

F. Michael Ayles

2017

2023

Carlo Aymonino

2000

• C. H. Aslin

Abimbola O. Asojo

350

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

• Atlee B. Ayres

1931

Jacob Berend Bakema

1966

• Louis Ayres

1918

Alexandra A. Barker

2020

Illya Azaroff

2021

Bartlett J. Baker, Jr.

2020

Catherine M. Baker

2020

David Baker

1996

b

351

invested

• Charles Babcock

1857

• Seth Babson

1881

• Alexander H. Bacci

1967

• William J. Bachman c

1964

Howard John Backen

1992

William Backus

1857

• Edmund N. Bacon

1971

• Henry Bacon g

1906

Richard S. Bacon

2014

Thomas G. Bacon

2017

Ian Bader

2008

Henry Baechlin

1931

• David C. Baer k

1968

• Stuart Oliver Baesel

1970

Deon F. Bahr

1997

Donald C. R. Bailey

1992

Johathan D. Bailey

2005

• Leonard Henry Bailey

1940

• Ray Bedford Bailey

1985

• Roger Bailey

1963

• Isham Owen Baker

1979

• Jack S. Baker

1977

James Barnes Baker

1976

Jon Alan Baker

2009

James Frazier Barker

1994

Josiah Jay Baker

2002

Paula Baker-Laporte

2007

• John Bakewell, Jr.

1937

Karl Alan Backus

2016

• William Glenn Balch

1962

Hans Baldauf

2016

Juan Navarro Baldeweg

2001

Dror Baldinger

2018

Alan T. Baldwin

2004

• Charles P. Baldwin

1894

• Frank Conger Baldwin

1897

• Gregory S. Baldwin

1988

• M. H. Baldwin

1889

W. Donald Baldwin

1978

Ruth Ellen Baleiko

2019

Samuel T. Balen

1978

Brodie A. Bain

2015

Lesley Bain

2013

Frederic Macnaughton Ball, Jr.

2011

William Bain, Jr.

1976

Martha L. Ball

2017

• William James Bain, Sr.

1947

• Royden Stanley Bair

• Rex M. Ball

1976

1988

• William F. R. Ballard

1965

James W. Baird

2006

David Kent Ballast

2008

Matthew Baird

2015

• Louis Watkins Ballou

1966

Louis J. Bakanowsky

1985

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Gary G. Balog

2008


invested

Shigeru Ban

2004

• William Pope Barney

1950

W. Kirk Banadyga

1985

• Howard Barnstone

1968

Essy Baniassad

1990

• Daniel Boone Barnum

2009

• Frank Seymour Barnum

1889

Turpin Chambers Bannister k 1953 • William P. Bannister

1916

• Howard R. Barr

1970

Navy F. Banvard

2017

Larry Barr

2018

• Richard S. Banwell

1965

• Luis Barragan

1974

Shalom Baranes

1992

David Barrett

2013

Ann Marie Baranowski

2017

Nolan Ellmore Barrick

1973

Raj Barr-Kumar, RIBA p

1993

• Nicolai Barfolomeitch

Baranov

1973

Thomas M. Barrie

2021

• Donn Barber

1915

C. Errol Barron, Jr.

1994

John Barbour

2016

Richard E. Barrow

1994

Robert A. Barclay

1986

• Charles Storrs Barrows

1952

Peter L. Bardwell

2005

• Gridley Barrows

1982

• Jacques Barge

1971

• Charles M. Bartberger

1889

Jay Bargmann

2018

• Max Barth

1968

• Richard E. Baringer

1977

• Donald Barthelme

1955

David H. Barkin

2020

• George R. Bartholick

1995

Paul Haley Barkley

1991

John M. Barley, II

1993

Alan Barlis

2018

Charles Barlow

1983

• Armand Phillip Bartos

1974

William Lewis Barlow, IV

2002

• Edward E. Bartz, Jr.

1972

Anthony S. Barnes

2014

Zaida Basora

2012

1966

Juan Bassegoda Nonell

1994

Jay W. Barnes, III

2013

• Edward Charles Bassett

1977

Jay William Barnes, Jr.

1976

• Frederick E. Bassetti

1967

Jonathan Barnes

2018

• E. P. Bassford

1889

• Julian Barnes

1889

• Bertram L. Bassuk

1986

Linda Barnes

1999

James P. Batchelor

2006

Rebecca Gay Barnes

2000

• Peter Batchelor

1991

• George I. Barnett

1861

Arthur Bate

1870

Jonathan Barnett

1982

William J. Bates

2016

• John Stewart Barney

1894

• Edward Larrabee Barnes g

352

invested

aia college of fellows

Richard W. Bartholomew • Theodore T. Bartley, Jr.

John H. Barton

1996 1984 2013


invested

Thomas L. Bates

2008

• Charles Herbert Bebb

1910

August F. Battaglia

2008

William Bechhoefer

1996

Ronald J. Battaglia

1995

• Martin Luther Beck

1960

• Albert B. Bauer

1967

Bruce R. Becker

2019

• Augustus Bauer

1881

Krista Ann Becker

2012

Glenn E. Bauer

2015

Jay S. Bauer

1993

Thomas Lee Becker

1997

• Orville Henry Bauer

1976

MacDonald G. Becket

1974

• Dwight James Baum

1932

• Welton D. Becket

1952

Edward M. Baum

2000

• Herbert Beckhard

1974

Mara Baum

2019

Robert M. Beckley

1985

• Rex L. Becker

• Herbert Lynes Beckwith

• Brother Cajetan John B.

1967

1958

Bauman, O.F.M.

1959

Michael Bednar

1990

• Frederick Baumann

1889

James R. Bedrick

2011

• Joseph F. Baumann

1889

Carmi Bee

1991

• Herbert Baumer

1964

Thomas Hall Beeby

1991

Carlo Baumschlager

2004

Raymond L. Beeler

2019

Joseph Bavaro

1989

David Wells Beer

1995

• Geoffrey Bawa

1983

• Minard LaFevre Beers

1887

• G. W. Baxter, Jr.

1889

• William Harmon Beers

1932

Samuel R. Bayne

2004

Edgar C. Beery

1987

John Craig Beale

1999

Raymond L Beets, Jr.

2009

• Burtch W. Beall, Jr.

1978

Ann M. Beha

1998

1986

Bernita Beikmann

2023

• Alan Jennings Beard

1994

Bruce D. Beinfield

2010

Richard D. Beard

2010

Fernando Belaunde Terry

1965

Lee P. Bearsch, AICP

1993

Sara K. Beardsley

2023

Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso

1988

Gilbert R. Beatson

1980

G. (George) Edwin Belk

2010

• John Beattie

1889

Byron Bell

1995

• George Edward Beatty

1960

Frederic Bell k

2000

Leroy E. Bean

353

invested

• M. F. Bell

1884

William H. Beaty

1984

• Eugene Beaudouin

1964

M. Wayne Bell

1985

• George Beaumont

1889

Martha A. Bell

2010

Matthew J. Bell

2013

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

Michael John Bell

Isaac Benton

2017

• Mifflin E. Bell

1885

• Kenneth E. Bentsen

1971

T. David Bell

2017

• Carl Ellsworth Bentz

1968

• John Belle

1984

Frederick J. Bentz

1971

• Lawrence Stevens Bellman

1945

Lane Joseph Beougher

2017

• Robert Peabody Bellows

1934

• Edwin E. Beran

1979

Anthony Belluschi

2003

• Charles I. Berg

1898

• Pietro Belluschi g

1948

Karl A. Berg

1993

Alicia M. Belton

2022

• Wayne Berg

1995

Hagy Belzberg

2010

Denise M. Berger

2018

Solan Spencer Beman

1885

Israel Berger

2013

• Ralph B. Bencker

1937

• L. DeCoppett Bergh

1888

Ralph Clifford Bender

1998

Kai-Uwe L. Bergmann

2019

Douglas C. Bencks

2016

Richard Bergmann

1982

• Alfred Bendiner

1956

Lloyd F. Bergquist

1982

• Fredric A. Benedict

1985

• Edwin Bergstrom p

1923

1986

Deborah Berke t

2008

1912

Robert J. Berkebile k

1989

Rick L. Benner

2015

Marlene J. Berkoff

1997

Daniel D. Bennett

1996

• Julian Emerson Berla

1956

David J. Bennett

1983

• Robert C. Berlin

1889

Barry Benepe • W. Dominick Benes

• Edward Herbert Bennett

1929

Andrew Diamond Berman

2014

• J. Murrell Bennett

1959

Ricardo Bermudez

1965

Martha L Bennett

2009

• Theodore C. Bernardi

1962

Ralph D.Bennett

2015

Luis Carlos Bernardo

2016

• Richard Marsh Bennett

1953

Emiliano Bernasconi

1976

• Wells Ira Bennett

1947

• Edgar Hubert Berners

1951

• Gerard Benoit

1985

Anthony N. Bernheim

1999

Douglas A. Benson

2016

Andrew Bernheimer

2018

Carol Rusche Bentel

2003

• William Adair Bernoudy

1982

Frederick R. Bentel

1976

Phillip G. Bernstein

2000

1976

Glen E. Berry

2022

Paul Louis Bentel

2003

• K. Norman Berry

1994

• Arthur B. Benton

1910

James S. Bershof

2010

• Maria A. Bentel

354

2015

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

Richard J. Bertman

1983

• James L. Binkley

2000

Ronald P. Bertone

1997

Joseph N. Biondo

2017

Hilary Kinder Bertsch

2021

Lance Bird

1998

Donald A. Bertram

2005

John Richmond Birge

1992

Frederic A. Bertram

1982

• Gunnar Birkerts

1970

Charles Besjak

2016

Glenn W. Birx

2009

Barbara Bestor

2017

James A. Bishop, Sr.

1979

Julian Ferris Betancourt

1965

• Ellison Perot Bissell

1919

• James O. Betelle

1927

• George Bissell

1974

• Louise Blanchard Bethune

1889

• Thomas J. Bissett

1972

Charles Bettisworth

2015

Thomas E. Bitnar

2015

• Charles Julius Betts

1963

• Hobart Betts

1978

Georgia Bizios

2001

Charles William Bevins

2002

Michael J. Bjornberg

2014

John Henry Beyer

1979

• Joseph Blaby

1889

William Beyer

2000

Chase Black

1984

Jai Rattan Bhalla

1972

J. Sinclair Black

1984

• Randall J. Biallas

2018

• Kenneth C. Black

1952

Jack Alan Bialosky, Jr.

2017

• Clarence H. Blackall

1891

James Biber

2004

Gregory E. Blackburn

2012

• John Henry Bickel, III

1977

Janette S. Blackburn

2019

• Hiram Bickford

1893

• Walter S. Blackburn

1990

Leonard D. Blackford

1969

1983

Bruce E. Blackmer

2003

• Robert O. Biering

1981

Craig Blackmon

2004

• Henry Forbes Bigelow

1905

Jan Gaede Blackmon

1998

• Frederick Bigger

1937

Boyd A. Blackner

1982

• James J. W. Biggers

1966

Marlon Matthew Blackwell

2009

• Frederic Child Biggin

1939

Donald R. Blair

2016

Frederick C. Biebesheimer, III

355

invested

• Rob Roy Bittmann, Jr.

1975

Thomas J. Biggs

1963

• William F. Bigoney

1979

Peter Jost Blake

1970

Joseph Bilello

2006

Richard Patrick Blake

1977

Max Bill

1964

Rebecca Lee Binder

1991

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• Walter Dabney Blair

• Theodore E. Blake

Bonnie Blake-Drucker

1934

1927 2010


invested

• A. Blumenthal

1889

• Carl R. Blanchard, Jr.

1970

• Howard T. Blanchard

1974

H. Maynard Blumer

1993

• Norman Kirk Blanchard

1956

John Patrick Blumthal

2013

Mia Blanchett

2020

Kirk V. Blunck

1995

Frederick Bland

1992

William A. Blunden

1986

Nancy Blankfard

2021

Thomas H. Blurock

2005

William Anthony Blanski

2017

• William E. Blurock

1968

Paul Blanton

1980

• Walter Blythe

1870

• Noland Blass, Jr.

1968

• William J. Bobenhausen

2000

Heidi L. Blau

2013

L. Kirkpatrick Bobo

1999

Jacob Blegvad

1990

Michael Bobrow

1997

• Howard Byron Bochiardy

1980

• Charles Alexander Blessing

1963

Wilfred Edwin Blessing

1968

• Richard Lewis Blinder

1979

• Richard L. Bliss

1977

Christine J. Bodouva

2010

• Robert L. Bliss

1972

William N. Bodouva

1999

• J. Buchanan Blitch, Sr.

1971

David Body

2008

Ronald B. Blitch

1999

Victor F. Body-Lawson

2022

David M. Block

2023

Gottfried Boehm

1983

• Otto Block

1889

Joseph F. Boehning

1989

• Charles A. Blondheim

1976

Robert J. Boerema

1987

Timothy B. Blonkvist

2003

• Charles E. Boettcher

1984

John P. Blood

2022

Ricardo Levi Bofill

1985

John Dudley Bloodgood

1981

• Roy Ward Bogard, Jr.

1993

Janet Bloomberg

2020

• Cornelius V.R. Bogert

1934

Martin M. Bloomenthal

2000

Joseph Aaron Boggs

1995

1861

• Walter Francis Bogner

1955

• Alfred J. Bloor

356

invested

Bruce T. Bockstael • Ralph Bodman

Oriol Bohigas

2001 1956

1993

Charles F. Bloszies

2014

Patrick Blouin

1984

• Diedrich A. Bohlen

1887

• Pierre Blouke

1939

• Oscar D. Bohlen

1889

Sigmund Francis Blum

1973

Peter Quarfordt Bohlin g

1981

Joan Blumenfeld

2005

Friedrich K.M. Bohm

1992

• Joseph Blumenkranz

1968

Carla Bonacci

2022

Susan H. Blumentals

1999

Jeff Bone

2017

aia college of fellows


invested

Janos Bohonyey

1975

• Lloyd George Borget

1976

Mario H. Boiardi

1996

• Charles L. Borie, Jr.

1915

Irving David Boigon

1979

• William Alciphron Boring

1901

• Casper D. Boisselier

1894

• Ernest Born

1955

Kiki Bolender

2018

Maurico Rivero Borrel

1995

Stanley G. Boles

1997

Robert Benjamin Borson

2017

Michael E. Bolinger

1992

Bernard Bortnick

1998

• John H. Boll

1889

• Edward Raymond Bossange

1930

• John C. Bollenbacher

1931

• J. Norwood Bosserman

1978

• John Savage Bolles

1963

Robert Lewis Bostwick

2017

Robert D. Bolling

1972

Clifton Keith Boswell

2012

Antonio Roy Bologna

1982

• Francke Huntington

• Preston Morgan Bolton c

1967

Philip J. Bona

2021

James Robert Bonar

1982

• George Harwell Bond

1949

• J. Max Bond, Jr. y

1995

Sanford Bond

2014

Kevin Bone

2012

Charles H. Boney

1978

Charles H. Boney, Jr.

2010

• Leslie N. Boney, Jr. c k

1966

Paul Davis Boney

1999

Dwight Mendon Bonham

1979

• Frederick C. Bonsack

1897

• Wallace C. Bonsall

1964

William J. Bonstra

2010

• Daniel Boone

357

invested

1968

David C. Boone

1981

Lawrence Ogden Booth

1980

Bill Booziotis

1982

Gail Peter Borden

2015

Raymond C. Bordwell

2013

Craig Borum

2018

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Bosworth, Jr.

1926

Thomas L. Bosworth

1979

• Welles Bosworth

1951

• Elmer Eugene Botsai p

1974

Mario Botta

1984

• Romolo Bottelli, Jr.

1962

Nestor Bottino

2014

• William Lawrence

Bottomley

1944

• L. Boucherle

1891

• William Hart Boughton

1901

• Philip W. Bourne

1966

Stacy A. Bourne

2012

Barbara Bouza

2016

Gary A. Bowden

1994

David M. Bowen

1979

Gary R. Bowen

1996

Ronald Gene Bowen

1988

John A. Bower, Jr.

1975

• Paul D. Bowers, Jr.

1981

William Bowersox

1985

Chester Bowles, Jr.

1980

John R. Bowie

2015


invested

• Irving Henry Bowman

1981

Joel Brand

1992

J. Donald Bowman

1989

Craig D. Brandt

2022

Obie G. Bowman

2008

• Robert Brannen

1987

• John Harold Box

1971

Chris E. Brasier

2010

• David Knickerbacker Boyd

1908

Charles S. Braun

1988

Hugh A. Boyd

2001

• Henry Brauns

1889

Peyton Boyd

2011

Caryn J. Brause

2021

• Thomas Boyd

1891

Fernando L. Brave

2012

• William Boyd

1926

Louise Marcia Braverman

2008

• Amos J. Boyden

1889

Richard Brayton

1997

• Elbridge Boyden

1890

Jonathan Boyer

2014

Melvin Brecher

1973

Jason D. Boyer

2022

William N. Breger

1982

• William E. Brazley, Jr.

1991

• William W. Boyington

1869

• Simon Breines

1967

Robert A. Boynton

1995

David P. Brems

2006

1974

J. Michael Brendle

1998

• John Bozalis

Robert A. Bracamonte

2016

James Henry Bradburn

1999

Diana M.H. Brenner

2008

James R. Braddock

2020

William A. Brenner

2008

• David R. Braden

1972

Daniel R. Brents

1992

• Richard H. Bradfield

1990

Adrienne Green Bresnan

1990

Carl Leroy Bradley k

1973

Joseph Bresnan

1990

1970

Kim Bretheim

2019

• Prentice Bradley

• Daniel Brenner

1968

Thomas Graham Bradley

1978

• Marcel Lajos Breuer g t

Clyde A. Brady, III

1992

• Benjamin Eddins

James A. Brady

2016

Brewer, Jr. p

• Claude F. Bragdon

1907

Thomas B. Braham

2015

Wales Brewster

1959

William J. Braham

2006

• David Martin Brey

1979

1915

Leon Bridges y

1986

Karen L. Braitmayer

2004

Creed Walker Brierre

2010

Scott W. Braley

1997

Gerald Warren Briggs

2018

Ronald M. Brame

1997

Holly S. Briggs

2020

Joseph N. Brancato

2019

• Warren R. Briggs

1888

• Owen Brainard

358

invested

aia college of fellows

1958

1976

• George Washington


invested

• Charles Brigham

1889

• Robert C. Broshar p

1977

• George Bickford Brigham

1970

David J. Brotman

1998

Alan Bright

2014

Charles E. Broudy

1987

Carlos Brillembourg

2013

Sarah M. Broughton

2022

Douglas Marshall Brinkley

2010

Robert C. Broward

2011

Jim Brinkley

2008

• Archibald Manning Brown

1943

• Birdsall Parmenas Briscoe

1949

Lori A. Brown

2022

• Carl Conrad Britsch

1957

Peter H. Brown

2022

Stanford R. Britt y

1992

• Arthur Brown, Jr.

1930

John H Britton

2019

• Arthur Page Brown

1894

• Martin Gerald Brixen

1985

• Arthur Thomas Brown

1961

• Thomas Dohoney Broad

1951

Clinton E. Brown

2011

Joseph Myron Brocato

1972

Don Charles Brown

2011

Myra M. Brocchini

1997

• Edwin H. Brown

1926

Ronald G. Brocchini

1978

• Edwin Lee Brown

1858

Paul Broches

1991

F. Bruce Brown

1965

Raymond D. Brochstein

1996

• F. W. Brown

1873

• Robert John Brocker

1966

• Frank Chouteau Brown

1940

• Arthur Howell Brockie

1931

• Albert Leverett Brockway

1898

• George David Brown, Jr.

1967

• William Robert Brockway

1974

• Glenn M. Brown

1887

M. J. Brodie

1990

• H. Hamilton Brown

1959

• Samuel Brody

1969

Hillary Brown

2008

1962

James Brown

2014

Yanitza Brongers-Marrero 2022

Jeffrey Brown

2016

• Herman Brookman

1951

Jennie Sue Brown

1994

Angela Brooks g

2014

Kenneth F. Brown

1985

H. Gordon Brooks, II

1998

Lance Jay Brown t

2003

• John Woolson Brooks

1947

• Kenneth W. Brooks

1967

• Robert Max Brooks

1956

Jack W. Broome

2020

Morris Brown

2013

1975

Paul B. Brown

1966

2006

Peter A. Brown

2019

J. H. van den Broeck

• John William Broome

Michael Broshar

359

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

G.Z. Brown

• Leon Brown

Lori A. Brown • Marshall Dwight Brown

2006

1969

2022 1967


invested

• Charles I. Bryant

1991

Peter H. Brown

2022

Peter Hoyt Brown

2003

Randy Brown

2006

Robert F. Brown, Jr.

1991

Barbara White Bryson

2008

Robert Lewis Brown, Jr.

1999

Algimantas V. Bublys

1986

Sarah Semple Brown

2013

David C. Bucek

2011

Terrance John Brown yk

2000

Bradley Scott Buchanan

2005

1889

Marvin Buchanan

1995

1992

Russell Norton Buchanan

2014

• Herbert W.C. Browne

1926

Davis Aaron Buckley

2005

• Robert Bradford Browne

1978

• James W. Buckley

1993

William A. A. Browne, Jr.

2009

Michael P. Buckley

1988

William M. Brown III

2021

Blaine E. Brownell

2020

Richard H. Buday

2005

• C. William Brubaker c

1968

• Adolph Otto Budina

1954

• Alexander C. Bruce

1889

Ron Budzinski

2007

• Barry B. Bruce

1994

Huber H. Buehrer

1995

Christine E. Bruckner

2011

• Temple Hoyne Buell

1983

Will Bruder

2013

John Buenz

1983

• George F.A. Brueggeman

1915

• Conrad Buff, III

1980

• G. Edwin Brumbaugh

1946

• Glenn Allen Buff

1984

Geoffrey J. Brune

2009

• Leroy S. Buffington

1889

Van B. Bruner, Jr. y

1979

• Francis Aristakes Bulbulian

2008

Dan Brunn

2023

Francis Vaughn Bulfinch

1948

•Arnold W. Brunner

1892

• Louis C. Bulkley

1889

• Harry Alexander Bruno

1972

• Henrik Bull

1969

• Clinton E. Brush, III

1963

Tamara Eagle Bull

2018

• Henry T. Brush

1875

• George W. Bullard

1889

2016

• S. A. Bullard

1889

• W. R. Brown

Woodlief Fulmore Brown

Mary Buchanan Brush

John Hulon Bryant • Robert E. Bryant

• Rick Buckley

1997 1992

2005

1923

Robert E. Bullis

2019

Larry S. Bruton

1997

Ellis W. Bullock, Jr. c

1981

Thomas C. Brutting

2013

Gabrielle A. Bullock

2014

Harvey John Bryan

1992

• Orin Miles Bullock, Jr.

1968

1956

Thomas A. Bullock, Sr.

1970

• Peter Brust

• Ralph Bryan

360

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

W. Glenn Bullock, Sr.

1979

Charles H. Burnette

1985

• Albert Orin Bumgardner

1971

Wendell Burnette

2015

• Franklin S. Bunch

1961

David J. Burney

2008

2014

Tamara Elizabeth Lapham Burns

2016

Richard Hugh Bundy • Richard S. Bundy

Eric Bunge • Gordon Bunshaft

Michael Joseph Buono • James Wood Burch

Michael Burch

1985 2018 1958 2016 1978 2019

• Joseph W. Burcham

1976

• Charles Burchard t

1971

John S. Burcher

2016

• Walter Burde

1987

• Herbert C. Burdett

1889

• Henry C. Burge

1967

John Burgee

1977

Charles E. Burgess

1988

J. Armand Burgun

1983

• C. C. Burke

1889

• Edward M. Burke

1992

Gregory John Burke

2018

• J. E. Burke

1860

• Alan Burnham

1967

• Daniel H. Burnham

1931

• Daniel Hudson Burnham p

1887

• Hubert Burnham

1931

Mary Burnham

2018

Arthur L. Burns

1976

Carol J. Burns

2008

John Allen Burns

1996

Joseph G. Burns

2004

Laurence C. Burns, Jr.

2013

Norma Decamp Burns

1993

• Robert P. Burns

1979

• Silas R. Burns

1886

Steven D. Burns • Donald Frederick Burr

F. Andrus Burr

2009 1973 2004

• Marcus Robinson Burrowes

1940

• Gates Wilson Burrows

1973

Mary A. Burke

2012

Robert Busch

2022

Madeline Burke-Vigeland

2020

John B. Burse

2017

Patrick J. Burke

2022

Rodger E. Burson

1985

Patrick J. Burke III

2017

John A. Busby, Jr. p c

1978

Amy E. Burkett

2015

Robert Busch

2022

• Harold Bush-Brown

1949

• Erdman Walter Burkhardt

1964 2013

C. Joe Buskuhl

1994

• Verner I. Burks

1975

H. Kennard Bussard

1985

James E. Burlage

1992

Pierre H. Bussat

1984

Robert Alen Burley

1979

Jerzy Buszkiewicz

1981

1889

Henryk Buszko

1974

Erich A. Burkhart

• Edward Burling

361

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

Thomas A. Butcavage

2017

John Mason Caldwell

2014

• Charles Butler

1918

• Harold Calhoun

1957

• Jerome Roger Butler, Jr.

1978

David J. Calkins

2011

Nathan R. Butler

2018

Ferenc Callmeyer

1983

Theodore R. Butler

1990

Robert Calvani

2018

• Fred W. Butner, Jr.

1974

Myriam E. Camargo

2014

Thomas K. Butt

1995

Jane E. Cameron

2016

• Richard David Butterfield

1961

• Ralph Haywood Cameron

1937

Frederick Francis Butters

2006

Barbara A. Campagna

2009

Harold Buttrick

1994

C. Robert Campbell

2003

Hans E. Butzer

2022

• Henry L. Campbell

1889

• Paul Spencer Byard

1992

• James I. Campbell

1972

Brent Byers

1990

• Richard Arthur Campbell

1980

Carrie Byles

2013

Jeanne C. Byrne

2000

• Walter Edward Campbell y

1959

Arne Bystrom

1985

• Wendell Jerome Campbell y

1979

• Mario E. Campioli

1974

c

362

invested

Robert Campbell

1992

Manuel Mario Campos

2013

Victor Canãs

2007

• Edward Clard Cabot

1857

Jean Canaux

1959

Charles D. Cadenhead

2008

Jaime Canavés

2001

Bailey M. Cadman

1970

• Felix Candela

1963

A. Burns Cadwalader

1980

• Hilario F. Candela

2022

Michael B. Cadwell

2015

• Georges Candilis

1968

• George Waterman Cady

1889

• John Hutchins Cady

1937

• Josiah Cleveland Cady

1865

Timothy G. Cahill

2001

Benjamin B. Cahoon

2021

Sheila F. Cahnman

2017

Robert M. Cain

2013

• Walker O. Cain

1968

• Bayard Snowden Cairns

1929

Raymond S. Calabro

2014

Santiago Calatrava g

2005

aia college of fellows

Robert H. Canizaro

1987

William Tillman Cannady

1979

• Georgius Young Cannon

1969

• Jamie Cannon

1998

• Jesse D. Cannon, Jr

2013

Roger Cannon

2002

Susan Cole Cannon

2014

Marvin J. Cantor

1993

• Horace Seay Cantrell, Jr.

1992

• John F. Capen

1926


invested

Joseph Caprile

2019

Marley Pegues Carroll

1979

Richard Scott Carde

2001

Jean C. Carroon

2008

Rudolph S. Cardenas

2021

Walter T. Carry

1989

Segundo Cardona

2006

Chris Carson

1992

Kenneth Harvey Cardwell

1981

• Robert Carson

1958

Glenn P. Carels

2013

Donald K. Carter

1994

• John Joseph Carey

1960

Donna D. Carter

2010

2015

John Avery Carter

1984

• Jean Paul Carlhian k

1973

Richard A. Carter

2010

• William Worth Carlin

1888

Virgil R. Carter

1987

William A. Carlisle

1973

David R. Cartnal

1996

DeVon Carlson

1972

• John Stanley Carver

1966

Donald Edwin Carlson

1994

• George W. Cary

1892

1910

Timothy A. Casai

1999

Nils Carlson

1992

Juan Jose Casal Rocco

1974

• Walter Carlson

1952

John J. Casbarian

1991

Massimo Carmassi

2005

Arcangelo Cascieri

1961

Margaret M. Carney

2022

• Edward P. Casey

1926

John O. Carney, Jr.

2008

Charles C. Cash

2023

• Charles E. Carpenter

1875

Larry S Cash

2016

1998

Donald W. Caskey

1999

• Frank A. Carpenter

1932

Heather Willson Cass

1997

Jack Alan Carpenter

1999

Ellen Crozat Cassilly

2017

Polly Carpenter

2016

• Charles E. Cassell

1889

William J. Carpenter

2001

• Charles I. Cassell

2008

• E. T. Carr

1888

Stephen Cassell

2019

• George Wallace Carr

1952

Joseph W. Casserly

1998

• Henry Clay Carrel

1912

Charles S. Cassias, Jr.

2008

• John Mervin Carrere

1891

Hugh Maxwell Casson

1969

Gordon R. Carrier

2008

John J. Castellana

1988

Guillermo Carrillo Arena

1975

Stephan Castellanos

1999

• Edwin Winford Carroll

1962

• Jefferson Roy Carroll, Jr. p c

1954

Margaret O’Donoghue Castillo

2016

• M. Elliott Carroll

1969

Philip J. Castillo

2010

Pablo Castro

2018

E. Tim Carl

• Harry Johan Carlson

Clyde Reynolds Carpenter

363

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Jack Henry Chambers

1980

Icaro de Castro Mello

1958

David Castro-Blanco y

1983

John H. Catlin

2004

• Walter B. Chambers

1912

• Samuel Jefferson Caudill

1982

Dean B. Chambliss

1985

• William Wayne Caudill g

1962

Eduardo Chamorro

1976

Michael Dale Chambers

2002

• Junius Joseph Champeaux, II 1980

Giorgio Cavaglieri

1965

Mark Cavagnero

2007

Lawrence Chan

2007

Peter David Cavaluzzi

2005

Lo-yi C.Y. Chan

1977

Becca L. Cavell

2014

• Francis W. Chandler

1889

• W. Brooks Cavin, Jr.

1975

• H. Daland Chandler

1937

Edward J. Cazayous

2007

• James G. Chandler

1888

Giovanni-Batista Ceas

1952

Jason R. Chandler

2023

Heister Clymer Cease, Jr.

2016

Robert C. Chandler

2015

Steven G. Cecil

2021

• Theophilus P. Chandler, Jr.

1886

• Charles Frederick Cellarius

1943

Gregory Chang

2014

• Mario C. Celli

1965

Suk-Woong Chang

1999

Rocco J. Ceo

2021

Te Lin Chang

1970

Jeanine G. Centuori

2016

Yung Ho Chang

2019

• Robert George Cerny

1964

• Earl Kai Chann

1981

• Joseph Ceruti

1993

Wing T. Chao

1992

Michael T. Cetera

2022

L. William Chapin, II p

1992

John A. Cetra

2017

Ross Alan Chapin

2012

Rifat Kamil Chadirji

1987

Donald Douglas Chapman

1984

1983

• Grosvenor Chapman

1966

Brian H. Chaffee

2017

• D. Fred Charlton

1893

James Chaffers

2007

• F. L. Charnley

1889

Lawrence Chaffin, Jr.

1992

Jean-Marie Charpentier

2003

Ann R. Chaintreuil

1994

David M. Chasco

2013

Alfred V. Chaix

1964

• John S. Chase y

1977

Vishaan Chakrabarti

2018

• Leon Chatelain, Jr. p

1953

Matthew S. Chalifoux

2017

Walter F. Chatham

1997

• S. E. Chamberlain

1888

• Melville Clark Chatten

1932

• G. Howard Chamberlin

1932

William Chegwidden

2010

• Harold Coulson Chambers

1943

Yew K. Cheong

2023

• Judith Chafee

364

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

• Howard Lovewell Cheney

1947

Mina M. Chow

2021

Jeanne Chen

2019

Frederick Lee Christensen

1992

Philip B. Chen

2020

• George W. Christensen

Nelson Chen

2010

• Waldo Barrickman

Renée Cheng

2017

Christenson

Peter Chermayeff

1983

Gaylaird Wiley Christopher

2017

Edith Ann Cherry

1994

James Walker Christopher

1981

Edward E. Cherry

1996

Leigh Christy

2018

Louis W. Cherry

2008

Lisa Chronister

2019

Nathan Belville Cherry

2011

Christos E. Chrysiliou

2023

• Robert Allan Chervenak

1976

Annie Chu

2016

Thomas Wayne Chessum

2010

Daniel G. Chun

2001

Katherine Kai-sun Chia

2018

Eric A. Chung

1986

Sean Chuan-Sheng Chiao

2016

Tom Sungjin Chung

2020

1981 1957

• James Joseph Chiarelli

1965

• John R. Church

1889

Lugean L. Chilcote

1983

• Walter E. Church

1951

Guion Cabell Childress

1981

William C. Church

1983

James C. Childress

2001

• Henry Stern Churchill

1951

David M. Childs

1985

Richard Chylinski

1989

• Frank A. Childs

1955

Mario Joseph Ciampi

1960

Maurice F. Childs

1997

Adolph Ciborowski

1980

David J. Chilinski

2018

Daniel John Cinelli

2008

• James Henry Chillman, Jr.

1950

Robert L. Cioppa

1991

William David Chilton

2010

Maria Theresita Ciprazo

2017

• Sho-Ping Chin

2010

Ernest F. Cirangle

2014

Susan Chin

1998

• Anthony Salvatore Ciresi

1955

Susan Ann Chin

2013

Eugene Darwin Cizek

1996

David Chipperfield

2007

George L. Claflen, Jr.

1999

1889

• John Martin Clancy

1981

Robert E. Chisholm

1996

• James Ford Clapp

1926

Bill Chomik

1996

• James Ford Clapp, Jr.

1966

• Birge Malcolm Clark

1952

• B. C. Chisholm

365

invested

Gordon Hing Quon Chong p

1994

• Cameron Clark

1948

Sungjung Chough

2006

• Carl Wesley Clark

1957

Leo C. Chow

2019

• Charles W. Clark

1890

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

Dick Clark

2013

• Robert Lee Clemmer

1964

• Dillon P. Clark

1889

• Frank Ernest Cleveland

1946

• Edward Clark

1888

• Lorenzo D. Cleveland

1885

Gerald L. Clark

1979

Glen Edwin Cline

1985

• Hervey Parke Clark

1955

• Charles W. Clinton

1864

• James Allan Clark

1964

• Elizabeth Scheu Close

1969

James Peter Clark

2012

• Winston A. Close

1969

James T. (Tom) Clark, Jr.

2014

• George A. Clough

1873

• Kenneth B. Clark

1985

Robert K. Clough

1996

• Kenneth S. Clark

1966

• Adolph Cluss

1868

• Pendleton Scott Clark

1952

• James A. Clutts

1981

1982

• Roland E. Coate

1937

• Theodore Minot Clark

1882

Alan H. Cobb

2006

• Charles Julien Clarke

1889

• Henry Ives Cobb

1889

Fred W. Clarke, III

1992

• Henry Nichols Cobb t

1972

John P. Clarke

1999

Marshall Fenn Clarke

1994

Roger H. Clark

Henry N. Cobb • Oscar Cobb

2020 1889

• Prescott O. Clarke

1914

Abigail L. Clary

2022

• F. A. Coburn

1889

Charles W. Clary

2000

• Alexander Smith Cochran

1962

• Alfred C. Clas

1889

• John C. Cochrane

1868

• Angelo Robert Clas

1958

• Bartlett Cocke, Sr.

1961

Thomas R. Clause

1993

• Gilbert Harold Coddington

1960

• F. G. Clausen

1889

• William Francis Cody

1965

• William W. Clay

1888

Christopher W. Coe

2010

R. Corey Clayborne

2020

• Theodore Irving Coe k

1953

John P. Claypool

2013

• Bob Coffee

1995

• Nicholas J. Clayton

1889

• Henry William Cleaveland

1857

• Arthur Ralph Cogswell, Jr.

1974

2014

• Charles Northend Cogswell

1931

• George H. Clemence

1896

• Chandler Carroll Cohagen

1951

Gregory Clement

2005

Adrian O. Cohen

2002

Jerry L. Clement

1987

Andrew P. Cohen

2005

Frank Clementi

2017

Andrew S. Cohen

1974

Steven W. Clem

366

invested

aia college of fellows

Brendan Coburn

Daniel P. Coffey

2020

2001


invested

• Arthur Cohen

2009

• William D. Concolino, Jr.

1984

E. Gresley Cohen

1979

Robert J. Condia

2019

Jack Cary Cohen

1969

• David Holt Condon

1967

Johathan W. Cohen

2004

• Spencer Burtis Cone

1969

Jonah Cohen

2018

• Henry M. Congdon

1867

• Martin H. Cohen

1979

• William J. Conklin

1972

Stuart E. Cohen

1985

Richard T. Connell

2017

Jonathan J. Cohn

2022

Lawrence Holdren Connolly 2016

• Elisabeth Coit

1955

Richard T. Conrad

1997

• Charles R. Colbert

1962

William M. Conrad

1991

• Irving Walker Colburn

1978

John P. Conron

1974

Bruce Adams Coldham

2010

J. Jeffrey Conroy

1988

Charles W. Cole, Jr.

2014

• Bruno P. Conterato

1971

Doris Cole

1994

• Edgardo Contini

1990

1985

• Neil Joseph Convery

1960

2016

William F. Conway

2010

• Miles Lanier Colean

1940

• William H. Conway

1898

David Coleman

2011

• Joseph R. Coleman

2007

• Mary Caroline Cole

Yolanda Cole

Scott Conwell • Edwin Cook

2015 1889

Eugene E. Cook

1982

2018

• James B. Cook

1870

1981

• John F. Cook

1889

Robert T. Coles

2020

John T. Cook

2009

• Charles Collens

1923

Lawrence D. Cook

1993

David S. Collins

1994

Peter D. Cook

2022

James H. Collins, Jr.

2009

• Richard B. Cook

1988

Joseph A. Collins

2011

Richard Cook

2012

• Richard Edward Collins, Sr.

1971

• Samuel A. Cook

1888

• A. M.F. Colton

1889

• Charles E. Colton

1889

• Walter Cook p

1891

• Gordon MacCallum Comb

1976

• William H. Cook

1984

• John T. Comes

1923

Gilbert D. Cooke

2012

Jose R. Coleman-Davis

Pagan

• Robert Traynham Coles c y

367

invested

Steven Scott Cook

2015

Donald M. Comstock

2000

• Charles Allerton Coolidge

1889

Gianne P. Conard

2016

• Daniel J. Coolidge

1988

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Joseph Randolph

• Araldo Alfred Cossutta

1974

Coolidge, Jr.

1906

Walter Henry Costa

1974

Alexander Cooper

1986

Bernard Costantino

2018

Chris Cooper

2018

Anthony J. Costello

2001

Deborah J. Cooper

2021

Juan Estanislao Cotera

2010

• Francis W. Cooper

1889

Leland D. Cott

1995

• George E. Cooper

1878

John R. Cottle

2015

Jerome M. Cooper

1976

• John O. Cotton

1985

• Samuel Inman Cooper

1951

• W. Phillip Cotton, Jr.

2002

• W. Kent Cooper

1998

Gary B. Coursey

2015

Christopher Coover

1990

Brian Court

2021

Gerald M. Cope

1986

• Walter Cope

• James D. Cowan

1977

1900

Tommy N. Cowan

2004

Craig C. Copeland

2023

Gerald D. Cowart

2017

Lee G. Copeland

1979

C. Herbert Cowell

1964

Lee Coplan

2020

Stuart L. Coppedge

2018

• Clinton Harriman Cowgill

Page Ayres Cowley

1950 2001

• Munroe Walker Copper, Jr.

1951

Joseph Coppola

2018

David Cox

1994

• Leon Coquard

1916

Frederic Hamilton Cox, Jr.

1986

• Raniero Corbelletti

1988

• Harvey Wiley Corbett

1926

J. Michael Cox

2015

Michael C. Corby

2010

Mary Patton Cox

2008

• August W. Cordes

1889

Philip Sutton Cox

1987

• J. G. Cordner

1888

Thomas R. Cox

2020

• John Donald Cordwell

1977

Warren J. Cox

1977

• Dan C. Cowling

• Herman G. Cox, Jr.

1970

1972

C. Jack Corgan

1990

• Whitson William Cox

1971

• Jack M. Corgan

1985

William Allan Cox

2005

Joseph Coriaty

2018

• William Plummer Cox

1964

William Corlett

1968

• Ernest Coxhead

1923

• Ramon Corona Martin

1960

• John H. Coxhead

1889

Charles Mark Correa

1979

Robert Cozzarelli

2019

1888

Bruce I. Crabtree, Jr.

1983

1997

Ernesto Cragnolino

2016

• F. G. Corser

Xavier Cortes Rocha

368

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

2020

• John Walter Cross

1923

• Kirk R. Craig

1986

Samuel Crothers

1986

Lynn G. Craig

2010

H. Hobson Crow III

2015

Steade R. Craigo

2000

Charles Parker Crowell

1952

• B. W. Crain, Jr.

1970

S. Fiske Crowell

2003

• Arthur B. Cram

1889

• William H. Crowell

1941

• Ralph Adams Cram

1902

Richard L. Crowther

1982

George M. Crandall

1988

Randolph R. Croxton

1996

David Alford Crane

1981

Metcalf Crump

1994

• Edward A. Crane

1914

• Evan D. Cruthers

1994

• Hubert Hammond Crane

1959

John N. Cryer III

2014

Jonathan Townley Crane

2011

Steve H. Crane

2002

Robert Ramsden Cueman

1971

John J. Crandall

2021

Beatriz del Cueto

2002

Justin F. Crane

2023

Laura A. Cruickshank

2015

• Charles Crapsey

1881

Brian K. Craig

• Adolph Cudell

1889

• Clarence Cullimore

1944

Jan K. Culbertson

2017

1969

Charles Herbert Cullum

1977

Ronald O. Crawford

1993

Tim Culvahouse

2006

• Philip Douglas Creer k

1957

Charles L. Cunniffe

2017

• Eugene Eleuthere dupont

Crawford

Heidi S. Creighton

2021

• Charles Amos Cummings

1889

• Thomas H. Creighton

1959

• George Bain Cummings p

1948

• Martin W. Crennen

1988

• M. F. Cummings

1873

• Paul Phillipe Cret g

1913

John Wilson Cuningham

1994

• Frank W. Crimp

1966

Ben H. Cunningham

1994

James Hudson Crissman

1984

Gary M. Cunningham

1992

Raymond David Crites

1972

Edwin B. Crittenden

1975

Kenneth C. Crocco

1999

• Warren W. Cunningham

1974

Charles Benjamin Croft

1992

William Cunningham

2017

• John Stafford Cromelin

1956

Andrew M. Cuppies

2018

Edwin B. Cromwell

1967

• William Curlett

1881

Michael J. Crosbie

2012

• Eason Cross, Jr.

369

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

1983

• Harry Francis Cunningham

Ralph Cunningham

John Michael Currie • Leonard J. Currie

1955 2010

2012 1969


invested

• Robert G. Currie

2008

Todd Dalland

1996

Clifford B. Curry

2015

• S. C. Dallas

1889

• Cornelius A. Curtin

1889

James E. Dalton

1991

Craig Curtis

2008

Kevin Daly

2012

• E. A. Curtis

1889

Leo A. Daly, III

1991

• Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis

1938

• Leo Anthony Daly k

1972

• Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis, Jr. 1962

Richard D. D’Amato

2017

Steven F. Curry

2017

• Paul Fernand Damaz

1980

• Betty Lou Custer k

1972

Sylvester Damianos p c k

1982

• James Gould Cutler

1889

Sam D’Amico

2017

James L. Cutler

1994

• Robert Damora

1987

• Robert W. Cutler

1959

• Irving R. Dana, Jr.

1983

• Kirtland Cutter

1923

George Edson Danforth

1967

• Manley N. Cutter

1885

Stefani E. Danes

2021

• Amos F. Cutting

1889

• Jud Daniel

2022

Alex Cvijanovic

1990

Kip E. Daniel

2006

• Bernard J. Cywinski

1995

Arthur C. Danielian

1982

• George W. da Cunha

1891

Jeffrey Daniels

2016

George Nelson Daniels

1992

Stanley Lee Daniels

1978

Scott L. Danielson

2014

Doris Andrews Danna

1995

Paul Danna

2013

Trevor Dannatt

1988

Paul Dannels

2013

Elizabeth A Danze

2009

Robert F. Darby

1984

Samuel N. Darby

1998

Edwin S. Darden, Sr.

1975

David T. Darling

2022

Ben R. Darmer

1999

John R. DaSilva

2019

Joel Davy

2016

Jeffrey L. Day

2019

d

370

invested

• Louis Daeuble

1975

• Robert Frost Daggett

1926

• Robert Platt Daggett

1889

Charles Dagit

1983

Fernand W. Dahan

1992

Justus Dahinden

1973

• George Leighton Dahl

1958

David Allen Daileda

1991

Gardner Acton Dailey

1948

Brandon A. Dake

2019

Manoj V. Dalaya

2019

• Curt F. Dale

2000

John Randall Dale

2008

Richard F. Dallam

2009

aia college of fellows


invested

371

invested

Roberto C. de Leon, Jr.

2016

Patrick B. Davis

2011

Jack DeBartolo III

2016

• Paul A. Davis, III

1926

Gilbert Delgado

2016

Sam Davis

1985

• Edward Dupaquier Dart

1967

Steven M. Davis

1997

Richard Dattner

1978

Ted H. Davis

2014

Jeffrey S. Dugan

2021

Thomas K. Davis

2008

• Rudolph L. Daus

1896

William T. Davis

1995

Theoharis David

1996

Vakhtang Davitaia

1992

Rene Carlos Davids

2008

William (Griff) Davenport

2018

D. Graham Davidson

1998

• Charles Wilmott Dawson

1931

David S. Davidson

1983

Clare Henry Day

1996

John Macdonald Davidson

1986

• Clinton Day

1912

Robert I. Davidson

1999

• Frank Miles Day p

1895

Russell A. Davidson p

2013

Frederic L. Day, Jr.

1969

David Y. Davies

1990

• Natalie G. de Blois

1974

Albert J. Davis

1999

Giancarlo De Carlo

1975

• Alexander Jackson Davis

1857

Rudolph V. De Chellis

1991

• Arthur Quentin Davis

1959

Kevin John deFreitas

2015

• Brinton B. Davis

1897

• Gerrit J. De Gelleke k

1926

• Charles Francis Davis, Jr.

1960

• Robert Seeley De Golyer

1935

Charles M. Davis c

1987

• Norman R. De Haan

1990

• Clark Arthur Davis

1983

• John N. De Haas, Jr.

1984

Clark S. Davis

2000

Rey de la Reza

2000

• Francis E. Davis

1885

• Theodore W. De Lemos

1889

• Francis Pierpont Davis

1940

Vernon De Mars

1964

Harold E. Davis, Jr.

2007

• Louis de Moll p

1966

• Harold Heath Davis

1950

Timothy E. De Noble

2019

Lance E. Davis

2023

Nunzio Marco De Santis

2008

Jerry A. Davis

1993

Alfredo De Vido

1984

John M. Davis

1993

• Roscoe Plimpton De Witt

1957

• Lewis Davis

1969

• Arthur F. Deam

1971

Marleen K. Davis

2006

• Edward L. Deam

1999

Michael Davis

2010

• Henry D. Deam

1889

Nicholas D. Davis

2000

Edward Dean

2012

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Robert Charles Dean

1953

Gary K. Dempster

2012

Robert Paul Dean

2014

• John A. Dempwolf

1910

Thomas J. DeAngelo

2005

• Reinhardt Dempwolf

1932

Grover C. Dear

2010

Mary Werner DeNadai

2003

• Cornelius Michael Deasy

1961

Neil M. Denari

2015

Yanel E. De Angel Salas

2020

Dirk Denison

2005

Jack DeBartolo, Jr. c

1983

Paul M. Dennehy

2022

Constantin N. Decavalla

1984

• John Cobb Dennis

1955

Anne Marie Duvall Decker

2017

Ronald W. Dennis

2009

Howard S. Decker

1997

Sarah Ann Dennison

2010

William R. Deno

2000

Edward Jack Denton

2010

Roy T. Decker • Ward Wyatt Deems

1973

• John J. Deery

1889

• Russell Orrin Deeter

1971

Todd C. DeGarmo

2008

• S. E. Desjardins

1889

• Allan J. Dehar

1995

Tod Desmarais

2008

• William Henley Deitrick

1955

Gary Lee Desmond, Sr.

1995

• Clayton B. Dekle

1970

John J. Desmond

1967

• Mathew W. Del Gaudio

1949

Elizabeth (Betsy) Rupp del Monte

2011

Rick del Monte

2015

• Jorge Del Rio

1980

• Henri-Marie Delaage

1972

• Ward P. Delano

1892

• William Adams Delano g

1912

• Homer T. Delawie

1972

Jared DellaValle

2019

Eugene A. Delmar

1974

Pamela Delphenich

2001

Sidney L. Delson

1987

Melissa L. DelVecchio

372

invested

• Kenneth DeMay

1985

Gary E. Demele

2015

Olvia C. Demetriou

2000

aia college of fellows

• N. L. Derby

Joseph Robert Deshayes

• Leon E. Dessez

1876 1987

1896

James R. DeStefano

1982

James Determan

2012

Donald R. Dethlefs, Jr.

2017

Randall S. Deutsch

2020

• A. Henry Detweiler

1969

Gita Dev

1992

Panayotis Eric Devaris

1990

J. Peter Devereaux

2006

Jennifer K. Devlin-Herbert

2013

• Bernard J. DeVries

1966

• Paul S. Devrouax, Jr.

1993

• Robert E. Dexter

1896

Richard DeYoung

2013

Eugene L. Di Laura, Jr.

1980

Antonio G. Di Mambro

1998


invested

Robert Diamant

1981

Umberto Dindo

2012

A. J. Diamond

1994

Jules Dingle

2018

David M. Diamond

2015

• Philip W. Dinsmore

1986

John James Diamond

1995

Martine Dion

2018

Katherine Diamond

1996

• Clair William Ditchy p

1944

• Frederick Diaper

1857

• Isaac E. Ditmars

1895

James R. Diaz

1987

Frank E. Dittenhafer, II

2007

Ignacio Diaz Morales

1987

David Dixon

1991

• Horacio Diaz Semidey

1976

Frederick Dail Dixon

1995

Martin A. Diaz-Yabor

2013

John Morris Dixon

1977

A. P. DiBenedetto

1978

Kathy Denise Dixon

2017

• David R. Dibner

Bruce Wayne Dicker

373

invested

1974 2000

• Laban B. Dixon

Michael A. Dixon

1889 1995

• John M. Dickey

1980

• Thomas Dixon

1870

Duo Dickinson

2017

Thang N. Do

2017

Ellen Bailey Dickson

2016

Lawrence Doane

1987

• Walter Dickson

1877

Michael A. Dobbins

1992

• C. A. Didden

1889

Jimmy Cal Doche

1992

Richard J. Diedrich

2009

Debra J. Dockery

2017

William L. Diefenbach

2007

• Otis Dockstader

1889

Gerald George Diehl

1966

• James Charles Dodd

1981

• Paul E. Dietrich

1980

• Edwin Sherrill Dodge

1931

• Robert H. Dietz

1965

Peter H. Dodge

1980

Suzanne DiGeronimo

1992

• Wesley C. Dodson

1889

William M. Dikis

1992

• Albert F. D’Oench

1888

David Alan Dillard

2012

Renee Doktorczyk

2013

• Lemuel C. Dillenback

1942

• Noah Dillenbeck

1889

• John Robert Dillon

1926

• Peter H. Dominick, Jr.

1994

Charles Dilworth

2007

• John M. Donaldson

1889

Judith DiMaio

2013

Milford Wayne Donaldson

1992

• M. J. Dimmock

1888

Janet Donelson

1998

David Dimond

2016

• Richard C. Donkervoet

1989

Frank Dimster

1997

• Edward W. Donn, Jr.

1909

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• George S. Dolim

Fernando J. Domenech, Jr.

1986 2009


invested

Paul J. Donnelly

2002

• William H. Drake

1869

Peter C. Doo

2012

Boris Dramov

1993

Kathleen A. Dorgan

2016

Helene Combs Dreiling p

2000

• Kermit Parrish Dorius

1977

Albert A. Dorman

1985

Roy M. Drew

1966

Richard Lee Dorman

1968

Albert M. Dreyfuss

1967

• Jane Beverly Drew

1978

1960

• C. F. Driscoll t

1881

Robert W. Dorsey

1999

• Jean Roth Driskel

1971

Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi

1971

Darwin V. Doss

1997

Nicole M. Dosso

2016

• Charles Henry Dornbusch

Betsey Olenick Dougherty c 1990

Kenneth Harold Drucker • Adolphus Druiding

R. Wayne Drummond • Otis Walter Dryer

2009 1889 1996 1889

1994

Carl J. D’Silva

2014

• Edward Emmett Dougherty

1918

Andres M. Duany

1996

William John Dougherty

1980

• Martin David Dubin

1972

Frank F. Douglas

1986

Cornelius R. DuBois

2007

John Douglas

2003

Macy DuBois

1983

J. Douglas Miller

1982

Eric Dubosc

2006

H. Robert Douglass

1986

• Charles DuBose

1964

1889

Turan Duda

2013

Lathrop Douglass

1960

George Austin Dudley

1975

C.R. George Dove

2000

• Henry C. Dudley

1857

• Alden Ball Dow

1957

Elliott E. Dudnik

2011

• Walter Thomas Downing

1898

• Willem Marinus Dudok g

1952

Philip Manning Dowson

1989

• Arthur E. Duerschner

1988

• Harry Royden Dowswell

1954

Timothy J. Dufault

2017

Gerald A. Doyle

1986

Pierre-André Dufetel

1988

Michael F. Doyle

2010

J. Paul Duffendack

1995

Peter G. Doyle

1987

• Allan E. Duffus

1974

Kiril Iliev Doytchev

1990

Kent Duffy

2007

Rada Doytcheva

2017

Roger Duffy

2007

• Gustave W. Drach

1889

Jeffrey S. Dugan

2021

Susannah C. Drake

2020

William Edward Dugger III

2016

• Paul Woodhull Drake

1962

Emilio Duhart

1962

Brian Paul Dougherty

• James Douglass

374

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

• Herman Louis Duhring, Jr.

1952

Daniel L. Dworsky

1968

Steve Dumez

2007

Steven R. Dwyer

2020

Matthew Dumich

2017

Herman E. Dyal

2010

1974

Williston Lamar Dye

2017

• Rockwell King DuMoulin

Donna W. Dunay

2009

• J. Milton Dyer

1911

Robert Dunay

2010

Craig Dykers

2018

Herbert E. Duncan, Jr k

1974

Alan Dynerman

2005

• John Hemenway Duncan

1894

Stephen Dynia

2013

2014

Arthur T. Dyson

2021

Michael Duncan • C. A. Dunham

William Dunkel

1889 1969

e

• Matthew Edmunds Dunlap

1943

• William Edward Dunlap

1971

• William E. Eames p

1890

Christopher S. Dunlavey

2016

• Stephen C. Earle

1889

Blakely Carr Dunn

2016

Robert L. Easter

2020

• Frederick Wallace Dunn

1962

Mary-Jean Eastman

1998

• W. H. Dunn

1892

Jerome Leslie Eben

2017

Wendy Dunnam Tita

2018

• John P. Eberhard

1977

• Warren B. Dunnell

1891

Dietmar Eberle

2004

• N. Max Dunning

1919

Rene Echarte y Mazorra

1952

1985

Jeremiah Eck

1998

1957

J. Stuart Eckblad

2015

Foster W. Dunwiddie • William Elliott Dunwody, Jr.

375

invested

Eugene Cox Dunwoody

1984

• Edmund Jacques Eckel

1889

William A. Dupont

2013

Walter L. Eckenhoff

2009

• William L. Duquette

1991

Robert A. Eckert

1984

• Philip Durham

2016

Aimee Eckmann

2018

• Robert L. Durham p c k

1959

David E. Eckmann

2017

• Almon J. Durkee

1979

Stanton Eckstut

1988

Gabriel Durrand-Hollis

2003

• George H. Edbrooke

1889

• Joseph George Durrant

1973

• Willoughby J. Edbrooke

1889

William R. Dutcher

1992

• Robert N. Eddy

1995

Werner Duttman

1969

Timothy R. Eddy

2017

Isabelle Lucienne Duvivier

2014

• Harold Edelman

1981

Donald J. Dwore

2001

Judith Edelman

1981

William Edgerton

2007

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• James R. Edmunds, Jr. p

1937

Richard K. Eisner

1996

• Charles Edwards

1895

Julie Eizenberg

2015

David James Edwards, Jr.

1995

Rand Ekman

2018

David W. Edwards

1992

Abdel Wahed El Wakil

1986

• H. Griffith Edwards

1963

• Herschel A. Elarth

1979

Jared I. Edwards

1986

• Barry Elbasani

1993

Albert Efron

1987

• Brian E. Eldred

1986

George James Efstathiou

2009

Joseph Lippincott Eldredge

1975

1913

Carl Elefante

2009

James H. Eley

1993

Charles Eley, Jr.

1991

Arieh El-Hanani

1984

• Robert Elkington

1965

Leslie K. Elkins

2014

• Howard F. Elkus

1983

Harry Ellenzweig

1997

• Thomas Farr Ellerbe

1961

• Philmer J. Ellerbroek

1967

Robin M. Ellerthorpe

1997

• Thomas Harlan Ellett

1934

Dale R. Ellickson

1992

Steven T. Ellinger

2015

Scott Ellinwood

1992

• Benjamin P. Elliott

1971

• J. M. Elliott

1889

• James J. Egan

Augustine Akhuemokhan Egbor

1979

David L. Eggers

1972

• Henry Lawrence Eggers

1956

• Otto R. Eggers

1930

• Ezra Ehrenkrantz

1975

John P. Ehrig

1993

• Joseph Ehrlich

1997

Steven Ehrlich

1993

Thomas N. Eichbaum

1993

• Howard Samuel Eichenbaum 1955 • Augustus Eichhorn

1889

• Marvin Eickenroht

1966

Yehya Mohamed Eid

376

invested

1988

• Cyrus L. Eidlitz

1907

• Leopold Eidlitz

1857

John Eifler

1999

David A. Eijadi

2006

Steven L. Einhorn

1996

Edmund M. Einy

2010

David Eisen

2016

Bruce D. Eisenberg

2019

Peter David Eisenman t

1981

• John Eisenmann

1889

Sidney Eisenshtat

1986

Robert D. Eisenstat

2017

aia college of fellows

Rand L. Elliott • E. M. Ellis

1994 1889

John G. Ellis

2021

John M. Ellis

1998

Peter G. Ellis

2008

James Edward Ellison

1988

• Frank L. Elmer

2001

James W. Elmore

1966

• George Grant Elmslie

1947


invested

• Arvid Elness

1991

Paul R. Erickson

2017

• Winston Elting

1956

Jerome R. Ernst

1991

• Wilson C. Ely

1931

Gregory L. Erny

2017

• Alfred Oscar Elzner

1889

Hernan Larrain Errazuriz

1962

• Frank Nelson Emerson

1940

Ralph Erskine

1966

• William R. Emerson

1919

Aarne Ervi

1966

• William Randolph Emerson

1866

Ursula E. Emery McClure

2022

• Alexander Chadborne

Eschweiler

1918

• Theodore L. Eschweiler

1967

• August C. Esenwein

1926

• R. Rea Esgar

1967

• Audrey Emmons

1984

• Donn Emmons

1961

• Frederick E. Emmons

1969

Terrel M. Emmons

1998

Christopher Eseman

2020

Paul Endres

2012

William W. Eshbach k

1964

• Lawrence Albert Enersen

1971

The Viscount Esher

1967

• William Eng

1990

• Joseph Esherick g t

1965

• R. Allen Eskew

2003

Douglas K. Engebretson

377

invested

1991

Philip A. Esocoff

1993

• Harold Lionel Esten

1975

• Mark C. Engelbrecht

1998

Richard England

1999

Michael A. Enomoto

2007

James Estes

2004

Philip J. Enquist

2003

A. Bruce Etherington

1990

John A. Enright

2012

Laura L. Ettelman-Gunter

2021

Cassandra D. Ensberg

2016

Andrew F. Euston

1989

• Benjamin Evans

1983

• David S. Evans

1997

• William L. Ensign

1972

• Robert E. Entzeroth

1974

Lawrence Enyart

1992

Deane M. Evans, Jr.

1999

Michael Epp

2017

J. Handel Evans

1993

• John Lane Evans

1967

• Ralph Folland Evans

1992

• Charles Eppinghausen

1880

• Herbert Epstein k

1974

Dagmar B. Epsten

2013

Robert J. Evans

1981

Scott A. Erdy

2015

S. Michael Evans

2005

• Thomas D. Evans

1889

• W. J. Evans

1967

• William Spearing Evans

1980

• Arthur Greene Everett

1891

C. Richard Everett

1985

• Arthur Charles Erickson g

1978

• Gerald Erickson

1982

Elizabeth S. Ericson

1996

• Carl Anthony Erikson

1947

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Albert John Evers

1934

• Donald Qualtrough

Gary L. Everton

2000

Allison Ewing

2021

• Robert David Farquhar

Douglas S. Ewing

2011

Douglas Farr

2014

Peter Exley

2004

Damian Farrell

2015

Inger Exner

1992

Joseph G. Farrell

2020

Johannes Exner

1992

• Joseph G.F. Farrell

2021

Aldo van Eyck

1982

• Robert Alexander Eyerman

Thomas J. Eyerman

1960 1980

F Tobias Faber

1987

• Leon Nello Fagnani

1957

William H. Fain, Jr.

1991

Karen Fairbanks

2021

Marcus W. Fairbrother

2022

Billie J. Faircloth

2021

• Geoffrey W. Fairfax

1974

• Clement W. Fairweather c

1934

Francisco B. Fajardo

1958

Harry M. Falconer, Jr.

2017

• James Falick

1982

• E. O. Fallis

1889

Kristine K. Fallon

1995

• Donald Qualtrough Faragher 1958

378

invested

Jay Farbstein

1997

Michael Farewell

1999

Richard T. Faricy

1981

Mehrdad Farivar

2004

Richard Farley

2007

Richard Caryl Farley

1999

Melissa M. Farling

2014

Stephen J. Farneth

1999

aia college of fellows

Faragher

Terry Farrell • E. Francis Henry Fassett

Hassan Fathy

1958 1919

1998 1889 1976

• J. Everette Fauber, Jr.

1970

Avery C. Faulkner

1980

Katherine W. Faulkner

2020

• Waldron Faulkner

1951

• Winthrop W. Faulkner

1983

James Gantt Fausett

1998

• William B. Faville p

1914

• Charles Allen Favrot

1923

H. Mortimer Favrot, Jr.

2013

• Jay Fay

1889

• A. Lincoln Fechheimer

1950

• Robert Erick Fehlberg

1973

• Sverre Fehn

1989

• Arthur Fehr

1957

Werner L. Feibes

1993

Daniel J. Feil

1997

• Bernard Melchior Feilden

1987

Jonathan Feldman

2023

Edward A. Feiner

1995

• Carl Feiss

1962

• Arthur Feitel

1949

• Jose Feito

1987

• J. Clarence Feliciano

1979

• Alfred Fellheimer

1935


invested

Glenn Fellows

2018

• Hermann Haviland Field

1971

• William K. Fellows

1914

• John L. Field

1975

Martin Felsen

2017

Robert A. Fielden

1993

Ji Zhong Feng

1987

Michael M. Fieldman

1997

Tian A. Feng

2008

• Edwin L. Fields

2004

• G. Corner Fenhagen

1937

Edwin L. Fields

2020

• Burt L. Fenner

1913

Karen Ivy Fiene

2012

1996

Michael Fifield

2011

• Burt L. Fenner

1913

Kenneth J. Filarski

1988

• S. Scott Ferebee, Jr. p c

1968

R. Jerome Filer

2000

• Andrew J. Ferendino

1966

• Bob G. Fillpot

1991

• Frank W. Ferguson

1910

Ronald C. Filson

1995

Franklin T. Ferguson

1986

H. Curtis Finch

1976

Richard E. Fernau

1995

• James Harrison Finch

1963

1866

Robert Allen Findlay

1999

Joseph James Ferraro

2008

Maurice N. Finegold

1991

Stephanie Elaine Ferrell

1995

Martin J. Finio

2016

Miguel Ferrer Rincon

1967

Ira Fink

1996

• Alexander Ian Ferrier

1982

• Alfred Charles Finn

1949

• Richard B. Ferrier

1993

Jerry Victor Finrow

1997

• James D. Ferris

1976

Jozsef Finta

1991

Robert Ferris

1996

Antonio J. Fiol-Silva

2009

• Hugh Ferriss

1950

• Charles Essig Firestone

1947

Maximilian L. Ferro

1987

Jonathan L. Fischel

2009

Donald E. Ferry

1983

A. Robert Fisher

1978

• George B. Ferry

1889

Benjamin P. Fisher

2002

Jeffrey C. Fetzer

2014

• Clellan W. Fisher

1893

Michael T. Fickel

1985

• D. K. Este Fisher, Jr.

1946

• H. Edwards Ficken

1882

• George L. Fisher

1889

• Edward H. Fickett

1969

• Henry Fisher

1897

• August William Fiedler

1889

• Howard T. Fisher

1974

Curtis Worth Fentress

• Henry Fernbach

379

invested

Barbara Field

2004

• Fred E. Field

1889

• George W. Field

1889

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

James Herschel Fisher • John L. Fisher

Kenneth I. Fisher

1963 1983 2014


invested

2003

• Ralph C. Flewelling

1941

• Louis McLane Fisher

1955

• Noel Leslie Flint

1955

• Reynolds Fisher

1889

David Jay Flood

1992

• William E. Fisher

1934

Colden Florance

1980

John Fisher-Smith

1972

Antonio Fuentes Flores

1977

Timothy M. Fishking

2017

Cesar X. Flores

1993

Hollye C. Fisk

1991

Bradford White Fiske

2007

Paul Florian

2006

Kay Fisker

1955

Tenna Florian

2023

Stephen A. Fiskum

2013

Joshua Flowers

2018

Michael A. Fitts

1991

Anthony C. Floyd

2014

• Thomas K. Fitz Patrick

1957

Chad Floyd

1991

Darrell A. Fitzgerald

1996

• Richard F. Floyd

1985

James T. Fitzgerald

1996

W. Jeff Floyd, Jr.

1995

Joseph Farley Fitzgerald

1973

• James Fludder

1889

Richard A. Fitzgerald

1982

Gail M. Flynn

2011

• William Fitzner

1889

Kevin Joseph Flynn

2010

David N. Fixler

2008

• John Joseph Flad

1964

Michael D. Flynn

2000

Joseph Hilar Flad

1969

John W. Focke

1989

1926

• Henry A. Foeller

1937

2023

• Bernd Foerster

1982

• James E. Flanders

1889

• James J. Foley

1973

• John J. Flanders

1889

• Max Henry Foley

1952

Barbara Flammang

2020

• Frederick W. Folk

1889

• Earl Robert Flansburgh

1973

Mary Follenweider

2023

1998

James Ray Follett

1996

• Max Flatow

1967

Michael W. Folonis

2008

• Edward Fleagle

1973

• Frederick L. Foltz

1889

Joseph L. Fleischer

1994

• Herbert W. Foltz

1898

Richard J. Fleischman

1974

David G. Fong

2009

• Adolph Fleishmann

1889

Fred Lawrence Foote

1982

Norman C. Fletcher

1964

• Orlando K. Foote

1889

• William L. Fletcher

1974

Steven M. Foote

1995

Larua A. Horstman Fisher

• Ernest Flagg

Steven D. Flanagan

Edward C. Flato

380

invested

aia college of fellows

• Luis Flores-Dumont

• Ligon B. Flynn

1993

1986


invested

John R. Forbes

2015

Jay E. Frank

1987

Peter Forbes

1983

Morton Frank

2001

1889

• Richard C. Frank

1974

Alan Ford

2014

Viviana Frank-Franco

2018

• O’Neil Ford

1960

Neil P. Frankel

2001

Richard L. Ford, Jr.

2011

James R. Franklin k

1988

Robert M. Ford, III

1994

• Lindley M. Franklin

1927

Robert Forest

2014

Richard C. Franko

2017

• Russell Forester

1995

• Gregory Esser Franta

1994

• Henry Chandlee Forman

1968

Wyatt J Frantom

2019

• Walter F. Forbush

Jason D. Forney

2020

• Robert Benjamin Frantz

1952

• Linn Argyle Forrest, Sr.

1979

Anna Franz

2018

• Frank Joseph Forster

1940

John P. Franzen

2001

Bernardo Fort-Brescia

1992

Ulrich Franzen

1970

James R. Foster

1990

• Kenneth Franzheim

1949

Michael T. Foster

2007

• Robert J. Frasca

1979

Norman Foster g

1980

• Joseph Thompson Fraser, Jr.

1965

Richard Foster

1978

• John Frazer

1869

• William Henry Foster

1894

Kathleen O. Frazier

2021

Anne Noelle Fougeron

2010

Suzanne Floyd Frasier

2017

• Ernest H. Fougner

1938

• Walter Stephen Frazier

1956

• Jacques Andre Fouilhoux

1943

• Harold D. Fredenburgh

2015

Bruce S. Fowle

1985

• George A. Frederick

1877

• Bob J. Fowler

1994

Jocelyn Lum Frederick

2017

1967

Linna Jane Young Frederick

2012

Charles A. E. Fowler

381

invested

• Halstead P. Fowler

1895

• Aaron Freed

1977

• Laurence Hall Fowler

1937

• James Ingo Freed

1977

Thomas Fowler IV

2019

• Joseph H. Freedlander

1926

Marion Lee Fowlkes

1999

• Philip G. Freelon

2003

• John A. Fox

1889

Belmont Freeman

2009

Sheldon Fox

1987

Beverly L. Freeman

1978

Harrison S. Fraker, Jr.

1991

Donald T. Fram

2010

Edward D. Francis

1976

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• William Ernest Freeman, Jr.

1965

William Wallstone Freeman 1966 • John Marvin Freese

1889


invested

invested

James D. French

2016

Richard E. Fry

2020

Jeffery S. French

1999

Lonn L. Frye

2004

• W. A. Freret

1888

Xuan Fu

2023

David J. Frey

2022

• John Reed Fugard, Sr.

1953

• Albert Frey

1957

• Hideo H. Fujii

1984

Brian J. Frickie

2021

Joseph Y. Fujikawa

1979

Thomas K. Fridstein

1996

Randall K. Fujiki

2003

Lawrence Joel Friedberg

2017

Massimiliano Fuksas

2002

Stephen Friedlaender

1997

Albert B. Fuller, Jr.

1989

Daniel S. Friedman

2001

Frank Lanneau Fuller

1994

• Hans A. Friedman

1978

• James E. Fuller

1892

• Howard A. Friedman

1971

• Kenneth R. Fuller

1984

John T. Friedman

2007

• Richard Buckminster

• Raphael Nathan Friedman

1955

Fuller g

1975

Rodney Francis Friedman

1974

• Robert K. Fuller

1940

1994

• Thomas W. Fuller

1870

2014

Hsinming Fung

2016

• Thomas Sidney Frier

1978

Duncan Thomas Fulton, III

1994

Gregory Marc Friesen

2008

• Pierce P. Furber

1889

Rudy P. Friesen

1987

• Max H. Furbringer

1938

Knud Friis

1983

• William Charles Furer

1953

Mark J. Frisch

2011

• Thomas J. Furlong

1889

Verity L. Frizzell

2018

David F. Furman

1994

• Arthur Froehlich

1966

Gary E. Furman

2011

• Philip Hubert Frohman

1955

• Frank Furness

1869

• Charles Sumner Frost

1889

James E. Furr

1987

• Frederick G. Frost

1942

• Charles J. Furst

1889

• Frederick G. Frost, Jr.

1955

R David Frum

2018

• Charles E. Fry

1966

• Edwin Maxwell Fry

1964

• Louis E. Fry, Jr.

1973

• Louis Edwin Fry, Sr.

1968

• Richard Edwin Fry

1994

• Edward C. Friedrichs

Richard Benton Friedson

G Michael Gabellini

2004

Robert C. Gaede

1984

Douglas J. Gallow Jr.

2022

• James Herbert Gailey

1952

Craig S. Galati

382

aia college of fellows

2019


invested

383

invested

Fulton G. Gale, III

2003

• Abram Garfield

1909

Hilario Galguera, III

1966

Robert D. Garland, Jr.

1985

Carl Galioto

2004

Douglas A. Garofalo

2003

Herbert K. Gallagher

1978

Sanford E. Garner

2023

William B. Gallagher Jr.

2018

Lori Snyder Garrett

2017

Leslie M. Gallery

1990

James T. Garrett Jr.

2023

• Arthur Banta Gallion

1957

Pete E. Garrett

2019

Gustavo Gallo Carpio

1971

Rod Garrett

2013

Kathleen M. Galvin

2021

Charles E. Garrison

1992

• Thomas F. Galvin

1976

Nicholas P. Garrison

2019

• E. James Gambaro k

1953

Truitt B. Garrison

1990

• Branson Van Leer Gamber

1944

Leslie Gartner

2017

• R. W. Gambier-Bousfield

1884

Lia Gartner

2010

• G. Clinton Gamble

1962

Michael D. Garz

2017

• Charles D. Gambrill

1858

Alan Golin Gass

1998

Mario Gandelsonas

2006

• Francis Paul Gassner

1969

• John Frederick Gane

1972

Frederick C. Gast, Jr.

1999

Jeanne K. Gang

2009

Kirk A. Gastinger

1993

Mark S. Gangi

2019

• Martha M. Gates

1999

Deborah Gans

2014

• Robert F. Gatje

1973

• William Allaman Ganster

1976

James A. Gatsch

2002

Harvey B. Gantt y

1987

James B. Gatton

1991

Louis J. Garapolo

2009

Donald F. Gatzke

2018

Daniel Mason Garber

2014

• A. F. Gauger

1889

• Frederick W. Garber

1938

F. Earle Gaulden, Jr.

1985

Rolando L. Garcia

2009

John C. Gaunt

1994

• Ignazio Gardella

1999

Edmond G. Gauvreau

2017

• Hugh Mackie Gordon Garden

• Henry Lord Gay

1887

1937

Vergel Lee Gay, Jr.

2014

Norman M. Garden

2014

Clifford V. Gayley

2015

• Edward Gardiner

1857

William McLeod Gaylord

2013

Amy E. Gardner

2015

• J. V. Gearing

1889

• Harry W. Gardner

1926

• Michael Francis Gebhart

2009

Kenn Gardner

2010

Robert L. Geddesz t

1967

Theodore E. Garduque

2000

Barbara L. Geddis

1994

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• William James Geddis

384

invested

1971

Cheri Rodgers Gerou

2011

R. Hunter Gee

2016

Phillip H. Gerou

1993

Robert Joel Geering

1980

Mahmoud Gharachedaghi

2004

Jan Gehl

2008

Rocco Giannetti

2018

Andrea Cohen Gehring

2007

Joseph P. Giattina, Jr.

1999

G. Michael Gehring

2009

• James D. Gibans

2002

• William Gehron

1944

• Arthur N. Gibb

1926

Frank O. Gehry g

1974

Dale L. Gibbs

1987

Gerard F.X. Geier, II

2008

• David Gibbs

1879

Carolyn D. Geise

1989

Donald Hugh Gibbs

1980

Charles Edouard Geisendorf

• Hugh Gibbs

1969

1968

• Robert W. Gibson

1885

Stephanie Gelb

2010

Randall C. Gideon

1999

• Martin B. Gelber

1995

Carl P. Giegold

2013

Lisa Gelfand

2011

• Cass Gilbert p

1892

• Abraham W. Geller

1972

• M. Arthur Gensler, Jr.

1980

• Charles Pierrepont H. Gilbert

1889

• Charles Booher Genther

1967

• Robert W. Gilbert

1894

Brian George

2018

• Sidney P. Gilbert

1986

• David Webster George

1984

Van H. Gilbert

2012

Edmond George

2017

Gregory R. Gidez

2022

Frank Dan George

1983

Amy E. Gilbertson

2022

• Reagan Webb George

1982

•Victor C. Gilbertson

1966

Robert S. George

1998

• Edmund B. Gilchrist

1938

Stephen A. George

1988

William A. Gilchrist

2006

• W. Eugene George

2004

Gordon Gill

2013

Scott F. Georgeson

2011

• Grayson W. Gill

1967

Diane T. Georgopulos

2005

Jeffrey Gill

2013

Holly Gerberding

2006

• Louis John Gill

1941

Preston M. Geren, Jr.

1973

• R. Z. Gill

1891

Thomas B. Gerfen

2002

Wilmot G. Gilland

1992

• Paul Gerhardt, Jr.

1948

Mark L. Gillem

2014

John P Gering

2019

Norman M. Giller

1984

Meinhard von Gerkan

1995

• Leon N. Gillette

1934

Debra Gerod

2013

aia college of fellows


invested

385

invested

Mark Gilliand

2015

• Samuel S. Godley

1893

Ronald Andrew Gilling

1978

H. Carleton Godsey, Jr.

2004

• Arthur Delavan Gilman

1857

• Paul Auguste Goettelmann

1964

Anzilla R. Gilmore

2019

James Goettsch

1989

W. Douglas Gilpin, Jr.

1999

Lewis J. Goetz

2003

Richard L. Gilyard

2010

• Henry L. Gogerty

1953

James S. Gimpel

1998

• Sanford Williams Goin

1954

Raymond L. Gindroz

1999

Martin A. Gold

2019

Blanche Lemco van Ginkel

1995

Alan Eliot Goldberg

1988

David Lawrence Ginsberg

1980

• Bertrand Goldberg

1966

Mark E. Ginsberg

2006

Carney Goldberg

1961

• William P. Ginther

1893

David W. Goldberg

2020

Raymond Girvigian

1972

Steven Marshall Goldberg

1991

• Alfred Morton Githens

1944

Myron H. Goldfinger

1986

Joseph C. Giuliani

1982

Glenn Goldman

2007

• Romaldo Giurgola g

1975

Ronald Goldman

1987

Rebekah G. Gladson

2008

Goldwin Goldsmith

1930

Richard E. Glaser

1982

• Myron Goldsmith

1972

• M. Milton Glass

1981

• Nicholas Goldsmith

1997

William Ross Glass

1998

Jeff A. Goldstein

2020

David Evan Glasser

1995

Jordan Goldstein

2019

David H. Gleason

2013

Marc Evan Goldstein

1978

• Jan K. Gleason

2006

• Moise H. Goldstein

1936

Lawrence Gleason

2011

Roger Neal Goldstein

1994

Everett Austin Glendening

1980

• S. James Goldstein

1985

Ruth M. Gless

2016

Harmon H. Goldstone

1968

Val Glitsch

1995

• Albert S. Golemon c

1959

• J. Graham Glover

1896

Harry Golemon

1974

Richard Gluckman

1998

Lisa C. Gomperts

2017

Harold D. Glucksman

1982

Joann Gonchar

2018

James M. Glymph

1998

Fanny T. Gong

2014

Jose Gnecco Fallon

1960

Bennie M. Gonzales

1976

Ronald Vance Gobbell

1998

Armando L. Gonzalez

2003

• Frederick Augustus Godley

1935

Joseph A. Gonzalez

2009

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Luis Gonzalez Aparacio

1959

F. Eric Goshow

2018

• Juan Gonzalez Cebrian

1975

• Jackson C. Gott

1889

Manuel G. Gonzalez

2016

Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon

1983

Donald W.Y. Goo

1988

• William Tyson Gooch

1894

Nathan Good

2015

Lisa Gould

2006

Robert Lawrence Good

1989

Robert E. Gould

1998

Wayne L. Good

2002

• Thomas J. Gould

1883

• Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue 1906

• Ronald Gourley

1976

• George Gove

1950

T. J. Gottesdiener • F. H. Gouge

Amy L. Gould • Carl Frelinghuyoen Gould

2003 1888 2001 1934

Donald Goodhue

1987

• Cary Conrad Goodman

1992

Christoffer A. Graae

2014

• Charles Morton Goodman

1959

Christopher K Grabé

2009

John P. Goodman

1992

John Grable

2007

Marvin D. Goodman

2006

Brian H. Gracey

1995

Michael Goodman

1967

• Bernard John Grad

1961

• Percival Goodman

1954

John P. Grady

2009

• Edwin James Goodwin, Jr.

1973

• Bruce J. Graham

1966

• George M. Goodwin

1889

David Graham

2009

• Kemper G. Goodwin

1969

Gary Graham

1993

• Michael Kemper Goodwin

1978

Roy Eugene Graham

1995

• Philip L. Goodwin

1935

Sarah R. Graham

2010

Robert W. Goodwin

2015

• Clyde Grainger

1951

Warren N. Goodwin

2001

Robert E. Gramann

1986

• Joan E. Goody

1991

• Warren W. Gran

1994

• Marvin Edward Goody

1971

• E. Carleton Granbery, Jr.

1972

1974

• Alfred Hoyt Granger

1926

• Edwin Seamer Gordon

1923

• Ezra Gordon

1974

• Charles Thompson Granger, Jr.

1966

Sally Grans-Korsh

2007

Emily A. Grandstaff-Rice

2016

Thomas L. Grassi

2017

Frank W. Grauman

2011

• Frank Porcher Graveley

1897

Paul Hjalmar Graven

1978

Alex Gordon

386

invested

Harry T. Gordon

1996

• Walter Gordon

1969

• Landis Gores

1973

Alexander Charles Gorlin

2005

John Hugh Gormley

2017

aia college of fellows


invested

387

invested

• Charles Parker Graves

1983

• Herbert M. Greene

1923

Dean W. Graves

1990

James Allen Greene

1977

• Michael Graves g t

1979

Luanne Greene

2015

Richard M. Graves

2023

Sanford R. Greenfield

1970

Stanley O. Graves

2013

• Howard Greenley

1926

Ann E. Gray

2002

• Susan Greenwald

1996

David Lawrence Gray

1993

• John Only Greer

1990

Elizabeth P. Gray

2012

Glenn Hudson Gregg

1999

• George Herbert Gray

1943

Bert Gregory

2007

George Valentine Gray

1975

• Jules Gregory k

1969

• John M. Gray

1964

Vittorio Gregotti

1999

• Ralph Ward Gray

1936

• Karl H. Greimel

1984

Thomas A. Gray

1984

Nonya Grenader

2000

• Lyn Eliot Graziani

1983

Raymond Grenald

1985

• Thomas E. Greacen, II

1975

• George Grenfell-Baines

1982

Robert E. Greager

1990

James Arthur Gresham

1981

Dennis W. Grebner

1988

David B. Greusel

2009

Raymond D. Greco

2005

Thomas E. Greving

2021

• Mellen C. Greeley

1934

• Elmer Grey

1902

• William Roger Greeley

1945

Karl A. Grice

2017

• Aaron G. Green

1968

William Clute Gridley

1998

Christopher J Green

2013

Theodore Reed Griest

1958

• Curtis H. Green

1981

L. Duane Grieve

1997

• Edward B. Green

1890

James R. Grieves

1982

• Lonsdale Green

1889

Charles H. Griffin

2016

• M. Edwin Green

1952

Dina A. Griffin

2018

Monica Green

2012

• J. W. Griffin

1889

Richard J. Green

1993

Margaret Griffin

2015

Thomas G. Green

1982

Mary Griffin

2006

David B. Greenbaum

2004

Timothy J. Griffin

2018

Aubrey J. Greenberg

1986

• Vincent Colyer Griffith

1898

Beth Greenberg

2015

• Milton LaTour Grigg

1953

Alan Greenberger

2009

Avi O. Grigorescu

2020

Frank J. Greene

2007

Nicholas T. Grimshaw

1995

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

Donald I. Grinberg

1999

Paul J. Gumbinger

1989

• John Thomas Grisdale

1957

Graham Gund

1985

Brian Todd Gritch

2006

Ravi A. Gunewardena

2023

Edward A. Grochowiak

1997

Jeffrey J. Gunning

2019

• Frank J. Grodavent

1889

Brooks R.W. Gunsul

1980

Alexander Charles Grodin

2005

Tushar Gupta

2019

• Kenneth G. Groggs

1984

• Gerald Gurland

1990

Ronald P. Gronowski

2009

Robert M. Gurney

2002

Ernest F. Groosman

1977

William R. Gustafson

1997

• Walter Gropius g

1954

• Dean Leonard Gustavson

1970

Adam A. Gross

2004

Jose Maria Gutierrez Trujillo 1977

Olindo Grossi

1961

Nan R. Gutterman

2013

• Lemuel D. Grosvenor

1889

• Henry H. Gutterson

1946

Roy Grounds

1972

Maureen A. Guttman

2023

Todd Grover

2023

• Andre Gutton

1963

• William H. Grover

1986

Augusto Guzman Robles

1958

Joachim C. Grube

1987

• Cabell Gwathmey

1970

• Victor David Gruen

1961

• Charles Gwathmey

1981

Peter Grueneisen

2009

Willard Edward Gwilliam

1994

• Ernest A. Grunsfeld, Jr.

1944

• Ernest A. Grunsfeld, III

1985

Fleming Grut

1958

• Barnett Sumner Gruzen

1957

Jordan L. Gruzen

1977

• Humphrey J. Maxwell Grylls 1897

388

invested

• Carl Frederic Guenther

1958

John Carl Guenther

2010

Robin Guenther

2006

Hector Alfredo Guerra

1965

Francis A. Guffey

1993

• Eric Gugler

1939

Frank M. Guillot

2006

Randolph E. Guillot

2017

Fred Melville Guirey

1969

aia college of fellows

h • E. Keith Haag

1971

• G. Harold W. Haag

1966

Kurt W. Haapala

2022

Alex Johan Henri Maria Haak 1971 Sharon H. Haar

2019

Anthony J Haas

2013

Eric Haas

2020

Lester C. Haas

1967

Stanley A. Haas

2004

•Wallace L. Haas, Jr.

1986

Ronald W. Haase

2011

David J. Hacin

2010

Julie R. Hacker

2011


invested

389

invested

Thomas Owen Hacker

2004

• Emery Stanford Hall

1929

Donald J. Hackl p c

1982

Gaines B. Hall

1983

• John Byron Hackler

1973

• George Naylor Hall

1967

Roderick Peter Hackney

1988

George Peyton Hall, Jr.

2005

Zaha Hadid

2000

• Gilbert Phelps Hall

1956

• Leonard G. Haeger

1985

Mark W. Hall

1988

Eric Wolff Haesloop

2009

Nells Hall

2007

Randy Hafer

2014

• Samuel J. Hall

1889

• Jean Jacques Haffner

1959

• William A. Hall

1980

Stephen R. Hagan

2002

• Lawrence Gustav Hallberg

1889

Guy Lefevre Hagstette

2011

Hans Heyerdahl Hallen

1981

• Willard Steele Hahn

1967

Harry C. Hallenbeck k

1983

Lee Roy Hahnfeld

1992

Stanley Ira Hallet

1992

• William Egler Haible

1966

• W. T. Hallett

1864

• David Nelson Haid

1974

Sam H. Halley

2010

• Charles Coolidge Haight

1869

Gerald Hallissy

1992

• Francis S. Haines

1972

• Anna M. Halpin

1976

Walter J Hainsfurther

2009

Frances Halsband

1986

William H. Haire, Jr.

1995

David H. Hambleton

1981

Eric Haas

2020

• William Hamby

1981

Reb Haizlip

2017

Robert L. Hamill, Jr.

1992

• Harry Hake

1949

• Samuel Wood Hamill

1957

• Imre Halasz

2002

Craig Abbott Hamilton

2013

Jerry L. Halcomb

2012

D. Kirk Hamilton

1992

• Herbert D. Hale

1907

Earle Grady Hamilton

1968

Jacquelyn Hale

2018

• Fred B. Hamilton

1889

Robert Hale

2006

• Henry R.P. Hamilton

1889

• Willis G. Hale

1889

• J. R. Hamilton

1860

Michael P. Halflants

2021

• John A. Hamilton

1889

C. Richard Hall

2010

• John L. Hamilton

1938

Cara Shimkus Hall

2009

Rainy Hamilton, Jr.

2012

Daniel-Christopher N. Hall

2023

• Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin 1916

Dennis J. Hall

2005

• Talbot Faulkner Hamlin

1950

• Ellis G. Hall

1889

• Edwards S. Hammatt

1889

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

390

invested

• Richard Frank Hammel

1973

• John Frederick Harbeson

1934

• Robert P. Hammell

2002

• Paul Cret Harbeson

1978

Theodore S. Hammer

1996

Thomas “Gunny” M. Harboe 2010

• C. Herrick Hammond p

1927

Melody Harclerode

• George Francis Hammond

1888

• H. Janeway Hardenbergh

1877

• Gerald S. Hammond

1990

• Dellas H. Harder

1991

J. Hyatt Hammond

1976

• James Wright Hammond

1974

• John W. Hammond

1889

D. Michael Hamner

2017

• Donald L. Hardison c

1966

• W. Easley Hamner

1997

Henry C. Hardnett

2005

Philip Hamp

2006

Mark Garrison Hampton

1967

David Thomas Haresign

2012

John Paul C. Hanbury

1993

Vano Haritunians

2014

• Havelock E. Hand

1892

Jayesh Hariyani

2021

Peter H. Hand

1987

• Albert Harkness

1940

Gary Handel

2015

• John C. Harkness

1969

Gary Haney

2017

• Sarah P. Harkness

1979

Douglas C. Hanna

2016

• Alvin Ernest Harley

1947

• Samuel Hannaford

1870

• Alfred B. Harlow

1905

Alan L. Hansen

2013

• Arthur Loomis Harmon

1926

• Christopher O. Hansen

1889

David A. Hansen

2008

• George Thomas Harmon, III

1956

J. Paul Hansen

1998

• Harry William Harmon k

1970

• Preben Hansen

1969

Martin J. Harms

2011

Richard F. Hansen

1983

Anne Hicks Harney

2016

Robert Edward Hansen

1968

• George E. Harney

1871

Douglas D. Hanson

2023

• Jay Dewey Harnish

1969

Kristi W. Hanson

2020

• John C. Haro

1968

Todd R. Hanson

2019

John C. Haro

2020

Alan M. Hantman

2001

• Charles F. Harper

1986

Kristine A. Harding • George Edward Harding

Paul A. Harding

• Hugh Hardy

Frank Harmon

David Michael Harper

2018

2018 1894 2004

1976

1998

1995

• M. H. Hapgood

1889

• Ernest H. Hara

1972

• Robert L. Harper

1985

John M. Hara

1996

• Terrell Ray Harper

1965

aia college of fellows


invested

• George Foster Harrell

1962

• William Edward Hartmann

1963

1998

John F. Hartray, Jr. k

1979

• Alonzo Jesse Harriman

1961

• Charles P. Hartshorn

1875

• Albert L. Harris

1923

Timothy P. Hartung

1997

David A. Harris

1993

• Henry W. Hartwell

1865

Edwin F. Harris, Jr.

1987

Thomas Harvey

2010

1965

Michael A. Harwood

2017

1979

Charles R. Hasbrouck

2017

• Julian Hoke Harris

1972

Wilbert Roland Hasbrouck

1973

Kevin L. Harris

2009

Michael Marcus-Myers Harris

1969

Oscar L. Harris

2006

Robert Paul Harris

2016

Robert S. Harris

1985

Robert Harris

2008

Samuel Y. Harris

2003

• Henry G. Harrison

1860

• Isaac Merritt Harrison

1959

James W. Harrell

• Harwell Hamilton Harris

James Martin Harris

John H. Harrison

2019

Patrick Kennard Harrison

1978

Philip L. Harrison

2010

Robert V.M. Harrison

1980

• Wallace Kirkman Harrison g 1949

391

invested

• William Henry Harrison

1957

• Roy Perkins Harrover

1982

Daniel Stephen Hart p

2014

David Harris Hart

2009

• David M. Harteau

1889

Craig W. Hartman

1995

Douglas C. Hartman

1998

George E. Hartman, Jr.

1975

Laura Hartman

2018

Morton Hartman

1972

William Jay Hartman

2012

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• John A. Hasecoster

1889

Itsuko Hasegawa

2006

Dennis E. Haskell

1997

• Douglas Haskell

1962

John G. Haskell

1889

• Albert L. Haskins, Jr.

1967

• Andrew Thomas Hass

1951

Hany Hassan

2010

Peter M. Hasselman

1984

Valerie Hassett

2014

• Sami Hassid

1985

• Herman Adolph Hassinger

1973

• George J. Hasslein

1964

L. Jane Hastings c

1980

• Robert Frank Hastings p

1961

Robert Wood Hastings

2008

• Thomas Hastings

1892

Marvin Hatami

1987

Helen Hatch

2007

• John D. S. Hatch

2014

John Davis Hatch

1857

Thomas H. Hatch

2011

• Thurston Hatcher

1980

• R. G. Hatfield

1857

Kenneth Hau

2017


invested

392

invested

Andrew Louis Heard

1981

Jeffrey J. Hausman

2022

Harold Dana Hauf

1968

• Charles W. Heard

1870

• Oscar Haupt

1889

Michael M. Hearn

1995

• Robert Otto Hausner

1969

Marnique Y. Heath

2023

Daniel J. Havekost

1985

• Arthur B. Heaton

1941

• Charles A. Haviland

1979

• Culver Heaton

1956

Perry Andrew Haviland

1992

• Will Sterling Hebbard

1896

Velpeau E. Hawes, Jr.

1983

• Jean Hébrard

1947

Timothy C. Hawk

2014

Pamela Whitney Hawkes

2006

• W. S. Hedges

1889

Dominique M. Hawkins

2019

• Fridolin Heer, Jr.

1889

H. Ralph Hawkins

1995

• Fridolin Heer, Sr.

1889

Jasper Stillwell Hawkins

1976

George T. Heery

1975

William John Hawkins, III

1990

John F. Hedge, Jr.

• Paul Malcolm Heffernan

Elizabeth J. Heider

2009

1957 2015

• William R. Hawley

1980

Bruce A. Hawtin

1998

• Richard John Heidelberger

1961

• Masako Hayashi

1985

• Herbert F. Heidt

1975

Shoji Hayashi

1992

William H. Heidtmann

1973

Richard S. Hayden

1987

Steven Alan Heikin

2011

John F. Hayes

1980

Mikko Heikkinen

2005

John F. Hayes

1987

Laura Heim

2018

John Fox Hayes

2009

Clovis Heimsath

1979

Kelly Hayes-McAlonie

2016

Robert J. Heineman

2009

• Thomas Thurman Hayes, Jr.

1966

Dan Heinfeld

1994

• Warren H. Hayes

1889

• George L. Heins

1902

Irving B. Haynes

1982

Robert A. Heintges

2009

Diane Berry Hays

2010

Richard M. Heinz

2010

• James Byers Hays

1948

Richard J. Heisenbottle

2005

• William Charles Hays

1930

• Earl Theodore Heitschmidt

1949

• Albert W. Hayward

1896

• John Quentin Hejduk t

1979

Cynthia Hayward

2018

• Margaret Helfand

1998

• Edward Hazelhurst

1889

Barbara G. Heller

2001

Edward H. Healey

1979

Jeffrey David Heller

1991

Brian Healy

2013

D. Michael Hellinghausen 2022

aia college of fellows


invested

• Eleazar D. Herreras

1973

Harold H. Hellman

1983

M. Boone Hellman

1999

William W. Herrin, Jr.

1987

• Charles C. Hellmers, Jr.

1889

Ricardo C. Herring

2001

• George F. Hellmuth

1973

• Arthur P. Herrman

1953

William K. Hellmuth

2017

Robert G. Hershberger

1994

Alan C. Helman

1989

David R. Hertz

2008

• G. W. Helmburger

1891

Herman Hertzberger

2004

• George H. Helmle

1889

• Wayne Solomon Hertzka

1960

David Paul Helpern

1993

Jonathan Herz

2016

Keith E. Hempel

2021

Jacques Herzog

2003

• James Calvin Hemphill, Jr.

1966

• Julius Hess

1889

David Rodman Henderer

2011

• Paul Anthony Hesson

1991

Arn Henderson

1996

Charles R. Heuer

1992

Earl Wallace Henderson, Jr.

2011

David M. Hewitt

1994

John D. Henderson

1980

• Edward Shepard Hewitt

1937

Philip C. Henderson

1996

• Edwin Hawley Hewitt

1916

James Lee Hendricks

1983

• George W. Hewitt

1869

Jane Hendricks

2012

• Herbert Edmund Hewitt

1932

Denis Akio Henmi

2011

Mark A. Alan Hewitt

2009

Rodney K. Henmi

2011

• William D. Hewitt

1909

• William R. Henry

1984

• J. Monroe Hewlett

1896

Susan Meridith Hensey

2009

Justin Henshell

2002

Warren Cummings Heylman

1983

David Heymann

2014

• Donald Charles Hensman

Scott K. Henson • Hal F. Hentz

1982

2020 1937

D. Michael Hellinghausen 2022 • Andrew H. Hepburn

Charles Emmet Herbert

1939 1973

Solange d’Herbez de la Tour 1986

393

invested

William J. Hercules

2015

Andrew C. Herdeg

2014

Robert Herman

1994

Robert Herman

2015

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• Henry Clossen Hibbs

1932

Michael E. Hickok

2013

• Mason S. Hicks

Kimberly J. Hickson

1986 2010

• Gilbert Christopher Higby

1931

• William E. Higginbotham

1894

• Daniel Paul Higgins

1949

William J. Higgins

2007

John Norbert Highland, Jr.

1968

Charles Clinton Hight

1994


invested

394

invested

• Frederick Hamlin Hobbs

1967

Albert Irby Hightower

2010

Harley Hightower

2007

Jack C. Hobbs

2005

Charles Anthony Higueras

2010

Richard W. Hobbs

1988

• Ludwig Karl Hilberseimer

1964

Kenneth Hobgood

2008

• Dean Farrar Hilfinger k

1966

Barry J. Hobin

1997

• Charles George Hilgenhurst

1976

Peter S. Hockaday

1988

David B. Hill

2019

Murlin Ray Hodgell

1975

Eric J. Hill, PhD.

2000

Craig E. Hodgetts

2006

• Henry W. Hill

1887

• E. J. Hodgson

1884

• James G. Hill

1888

• Isaac Hodgson

1889

John W. Hill

1979

Thomas Harold Hodne, Jr.

1981

• Lawrence Hill

1952

David C. Hoedemaker

1979

Rodney Culver Hill

2012

August F. Hoenack

1969

J. Robert Hillier

1980

Thomas Hoepf

2006

Milton E. Hime

2022

David Hirsch Hoffman

1992

George A. Hinds

2012

David L. Hoffman

1993

Manuel Hinojosa

2011

John J. Hoffmann

1992

Mark Larson Hinshaw

1994

J.David Hoglund

2000

David W. Hinson

2008

• H. H. Hohenschild

1889

Kem G. Hinton

1998

• Henry Ford Hoit

1938

Shigeo Hirata

1961

John Ray Hoke, Jr.

1991

Julie Hiromoto

2021

• John A. Holabird, Jr.

1974

Mark C. Hirons

2018

• John Augur Holabird

1934

Thomas Edgar Hirsch

2011

• William Holabird

1887

Sanford Hirshen y

1981

• William Holabird

1983

Paul M. Hirshorn

2014

Jerri Holan

2009

Don M. Hisaka

1975

W. A. Holbrook

1889

Ikmal Hisham Albakri

1990

• Arthur C. Holden

1942

Jon D. Hlafter

2004

• Lansing C. Holden

1912

Gregory O. Hnedak

1998

L.M. Holder, III

1996

Tao Ho

1988

Anne Holford-Smith

2022

• Arthur Howard Hoag, Jr.

1977

Steven M. Holl g

2012

• Paul Sterling Hoag

1982

• William Holford

1961

• Lewis Parsons Hobart

1940

Kevin M. Holland

2019

aia college of fellows


invested

• Leicester Bodine Holland

• G. Norman Hoover

1981

Major L. Holland

1992

G.N. Hoover

2020

David A. Hollenberg

2021

George S. Hoover

1984

Hans Hollein

1981

Ray C. Hoover, III

1993

James Michael Holliday

2012

• Frank L. Hope, Sr.

1965

Fred T. Hollingsworth

1976

Frank Lewis Hope, Jr.

1972

Dwight E. Holmes

1983

Eugene C. Hopkins p

1997

• Gerald Anderson Holmes

1939

• Henry Powell Hopkins

1951

H. Randolph Holmes

2020

Michael Hopkins

1996

• J. Lister Holmes

1955

Patricia Hopkins

1997

Jess Holmes

1992

Nicholas H. Holmes, Jr.

1978

Peter Hopkinson

1986

1969

• Howard Hoppin

1889

2020

Edward M. Hord

1996

• Henry K. Holsman

1927

Howard N. Horii

1983

John K. Holton

2007

John G. Horky

2015

David A. Holtz

1981

• David Hull Horn

1968

Michael J. Holtz

2004

Donald R. Horn

2015

Jason T. Holuby

2023

Gerald Horn

1984

Wilhelm Holzbauer

1986

Kathryn L. Horne

2022

Malcolm Holzman

1981

• Victor Hornbein

1968

Kevin Hom

2017

Mark Hornberger

2004

• Harry James Holroyd

Alec Holser

395

1932

invested

• Charles W. Hopkinson

1895

• Eleazer B. Homer

1915

• Joseph C. Hornblower

1893

Paul Homeyer

2015

• Henry Hornbostel

1926

George W. Homsey

1979

Patrick Horsbrugh

1983

• Samuel Eldon Homsey

1954

• Gilbert R. Horton

1968

• Victorine du Pont Homsey

1967

Mark G. Horton

2010

Michelle D. Honey

2006

• Thomas Horty

1986

Norman G.Y. Hong

2021

• John Hose

1889

• Douglas Honnold

1957

• Lance Hosey

2014

Bobbie Sue Hood

1991

Thomas L. Hoskens

2019

• Raymond M. Hood

1934

Diane J. Hoskins

2008

• Walter Williams Hook

1949

Francine M. J. Houben

2007

• Van Dorn Hooker

1982

Reginald D. Hough

1997

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• William C. Hough

1895

• Charles A. Hubbard

1989

• William J.H. Hough

1938

Gunnar Hubbard

2015

• Thomas John Houha

1975

• Benjamin S. Hubbell

1907

James House

2018

• Albert John Huber

1973

James Tipton Housewright

2010

Jeffrey E. Huber

2021

Marvin C. Housworth, Jr.

1991

• Julius H. Huber

1889

David C. Hovey

1993

• Jeffrey A. Huberman

1994

• James Murray Howard

1996

Daniel J. Huberty

2000

• John Galen Howard

1901

Edward Huckaby

2008

Zena K. Howard

2018

• Samuel Huckel, Jr.

1889

• Thomas Howarth

1972

• Eric Trevor Huddleston

1953

• Frank M. Howe

1901

Ray Huff

2015

• George Howe

1943

Richard W. Huffman

1993

• Lois Lilley Howe

1931

• Charles Evans Hughes

1982

• Wallis E. Howe

1923

David Hughes

2017

Eric Howeler

2022

Julia S. Hughes

2017

• Thomas E. Howell

1976

Rufus R. Hughes, II

1992

• John Mead Howells

1926

Stanford Hughes

2003

• John Howey

1989

• Talmage C. Hughes

1946

• Richard L. Howland

1970

Adele B. Houghton

2023

Thomas S. Howorth

1999

Stephen S. Huh

1995

Robert W. Hoye

2012

• Robert E. Hull

1992

• Alexander Edward Hoyle

1948

• W. S. Hull

1889

• Burnham Hoyt

1949

• Washington Hull

1901

Charles King Hoyt

1993

Jonathan Humble

2018

Edward A.H. Hoyt

1931

• F. W. Humble

1888

2008

• Charles Frederick Hummel

1984

• Nathan Hoyt

396

invested

Robert Ingle Hoyt

1981

Fred Ernest Hummel

1972

Nobuo Hozumi

2000

Frederick Charles Hummel

1961

Michael Hricak

1997

Harry J. Hunderman

1996

Jerzy Hryniewiecki

1962

Kurt Christian Hunker

2013

Robert Y.C. Hsiung

1992

C. T. Hsu

2007

Gregory Keane Hunt

2000

Michael H. Hsu

2021

• James Mathews Hunt, Sr

1977

aia college of fellows

• Frank B. Hunt

1971


invested

• Leigh Hunt

1942

Aaron J. Hyland

2019

• Myron Hunt

1908

Ted A. Hyman

2010

• Richard Howland Hunt

1891

Frederick J. Hynek

1999

• Richard Morris Hunt p

1857

Thomas Lee Hysell

2019

• Sumner P. Hunt

1932

Walter Alexander Hunt, Jr.

2005

i

• William Dudley Hunt, Jr.

1969

• James M. Hunter

1957

Gregory S. Ibañez

2012

• John Hunter, Jr.

1960

John J. Ida

2020

1968

George Smith Idell

1956

1960

• Santiago Iglesias, Jr.

1966

Scott B. Hunter

2017

Dean M. Illingworth

1998

John Willard Huntington

1971

• Charles E. Illsley

1889

Frances Huppert

1997

Michael G. Imber

2008

1974

Marlene Imirzian

2013

Brian V. Hurttienne

2021

Steven Imrich

2016

Samuel T. Hurst

1964

Nestor I. Infanzon

2004

Syed V. Husain

1995

• Charles S. Ingham

1967

Renee Basist Hutcheson

2015

• Charles T. Ingham

1932

John M. Hutchings

2017

• J. Q. Ingham

1889

• Mary Alice Hutchins

1997

• Elizabeth Wright Ingraham

1995

• Robert S. Hutchins c

1952

David J. Insinga

2018

Mark A. Hutker

2013

• Joseph Ireland

1870

• Addison Hutton

1892

• Nathaniel Henry Hutton

1870

• Henry G. Isaacs

1861

Paul C. Hutton

2016

• M. F. Isbell

1889

• Edgar L. Huxley

1989

• Norman M. Isham

1913

Leonard Le Grande Hunter • Paul Robinson Hunter

• Granville Warner Hurley

397

invested

William Byron Ireland

1972

Remmert W. Huygens

1985

Meral Iskir

2016

Il-in Hwang

2003

Muzharul Islam

1999

Angela Ward Hyatt

2023

William A. Isley

1996

• Arthur Knox Hyde

1947

Arata Isozaki

1983

• Bryden Bordley Hyde

1973

Thomas S. Ito

2016

• Frank D. Hyde

1889

Toyo Ito

1994

Paul Hyett

2005

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• H. Curtis Ittner

1990


invested

• William B. Ittner

1891

• Helmut Jahn

1987

• Philip Ives

1966

Ed Jakmauh

2006

• Ernest Daniel Ivey

1963

Stephan W. Jaklitsch

2020

1993

Sudhir S. Jambhekar

2008

Darren LaMarr James

2019

• Edward David James

1961

Robert Adams Ivy, Jr.

J Daryl Jackson • Frederick Ellis Jackson

1990 1930

Huson Jackson

1968

Jeanne Jackson

2013

Jon C. Jackson

2008

Mike Jackson

1998

R. David Jackson

1991

R. Graham Jackson

1968

Ralph T. Jackson

1999

Robert Jackson

2015

Roger P. Jackson

2015

Bernard Jacob

1981

Mickey Jacob p

2009

• Francis B. Jacobberger

1952

Diane Reicher Jacobs

2021

Donald Jacobs

2009

Harry M. Jacobs, Jr.

1985

Michael William Jacobs

2017

• Robert Allan Jacobs

1953

• Stephen B. Jacobs

1984

• Arne Jacobsen

1962

Brad A. Jacobson

2021

Vincent James

2005

David Jameson

2007

• James P. Jamieson

1907

Timm L. Jamieson

1994

• William Gordon Jamieson

1956

• Thomas Worth Jamison, Jr.

1955

• Henry A. Jandl

1971

Kenneth J. Jandura • F. H. Janes

2020 1884

James C. Jankowski

2004

Stanislaw M. Jankowski

1982

• Benno Janssen

1916

E. C. Janssen

1891

Christof Jantzen

2016

• Herbert Jaques

1891

• Mark T. Jaroszewicz

1978

• William Robert Jarratt c

1975

• Donald Edward Jarvis

1970

Lloyd W. Jary

2000

Luis Jauregui

2017

• Charles Edouard

Jeanneret-Gris g

Joelle D. Jefcoat

1961

2020

• Hugh Newell Jacobsen

1971

• Peter Jefferson

1980

• Leonard Jacobson

1982

• Jordan O. Jelks

1999

1973

• John H. Jelliffe

1986

• John P. Jacoby

1976

• Francis Haynes Jencks

1968

• Norman Jaffe

1991

• William Robert Jenkins

1974

• Paul Frank Jagow

1956

Phillip Lee Jacobson

398

invested

aia college of fellows

James J. Jennewein

1988


invested

• William Le Baron Jenney

1885

Danie A. Johnson

2000

• Arthur Bates Jennings

1890

Edwin J. Johnson

1992

James Jennings

2016

Eric Johnson

2001

Richard W. Jennings

1988

• Floyd E. Johnson

1970

• Edward M. Jennison

1889

Gary W. Johnson

1995

Bruce H. Jensen

1983

Herbert Howard Johnson

1962

• Elmer C. Jensen

1913

• Hugh B. Johnson

1976

Mark Jensen

2018

• James H. Johnson

1981

Sarah Meeker Jensen

2020

Jeh Vincent Johnson

1977

David G. Jepson

2000

Joseph Yandell Johnson

1967

Jon Adams Jerde

1990

Lisa K. Johnson

2017

• Paul Frank Jernegan

1964

Mark R. Johnson

2017

Finith Ewin Jernigan, II

2012

Mark Robert Johnson

2002

Gerald Steven Jernigan

2011

• Marvin R.A. Johnson

1968

Robert A. Jernigan

2014

Mic Johnson

2013

Pamela Jerome

2018

Nathan C. Johnson

2023

Thomas Clayton Jester

2019

Paul G. Johnson

2007

Ping Jiang

2023

• Philip C. Johnson g

1965

1979

Phillip Craig Johnson

2005

Oswaldo Jimeno Aguilar

1967

Ralph E. Johnson

1995

Eva Magdalena Jiricna

2006

• Reginald Davis Johnson

1926

• Francis Y. Joannes

1930

Richard K. Johnson

2020

• Fred Henry Jobusch

1975

• Richard Norman Johnson

1985

John M. Johansen

1969

• S. Kenneth Johnson

1968

Michael W. Johns

2019

Scott Johnson

1995

Lamar A. Johnson

2016

Stephen Johnson

2010

William E. Johnson

2019

Thomas E. Johnson

2015

• Perry Bertil Johanson

1960

Timothy Johnson

2017

• Anthony N. Johns, Jr.

1994

Walker C. Johnson

1991

• John W. Jickling

399

invested

Barry W. Johns

2002

• William Templeton Johnson

1939

Ferdinand Stoddert Johns

2012

• Clarence H. Johnston

1889

Arthur D. Johnson

1984

Douglas Johnston

2014

Brad A. Jacobson

2021

Bruce Johnson

2018

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• J. P. Johnston

Mary L. Johnston

1889 2008


invested

David A. Jordani

1995

Norman J. Johnston

1982

Raymond S Johnston

2013

• Matt Lawrence Jorgensen

1974

Sharon L. Johnston

2015

Roberta W. Jorgensen

1999

• Burton Kenneth Johnstone

1962

Lance K Josal

2009

• Harry Inge Johnstone

1950

Wendy Evans Joseph

2003

James O. Jonassen

1987

Alan R. Joslin

2014

• Archie Quincy Jones, Jr.

1960

• Henry Saville Josselyn

1889

Arthur Evan Jones

1975

• Henri Vatable Jova

1975

Bernard I. Jones

1996

Rick Joy

2015

Don M. Jones

2014

Helena Lin Jubany

2013

• E. Fay Jones g

1979

Bruce Judd

1993

2021

Sumet Jumsai

2001

• Harvie P. Jones

1982

Yu Sing Jung

1988

• Hugh McKittrick Jones

1967

• I. Howland Jones

1931

Mary (Lou) Louise Jurkowski

2010

J. Delaine Jones

1996

Jack B. Jones

1989

Johnpaul Jones

1993

Margo P. Jones

2016

Neal E. Jones

2021

Edward M. Jones

• Paul Duane Jones

1986

Randolph Jones

2007

Renis O. Jones

2000

• Robert Lawton Jones

1970

• Robert Taylor Jones

1938

• Roy Childs Jones

1937

Rudard Artaban Jones

1981

• Sullivan W. Jones

1927

Susan H. Jones

2010

• Walk Claridge Jones, Jr.

400

invested

1959

Walter B. Jones

2023

Bendrew Gilbert Jong

1994

Duane L. Jonlin

2016

Joe J. Jordan

1972

aia college of fellows

• Louis Justement

1946

• Howard H. Juster

1989

Bruce M. Justice

2009

• Eino Arthur Jyring

1964

k Nerin E. Kadribegovic

2023

Donna J Kacmar

2009

Leonard Kady

2018

• Carl F.W. Kaelber, Jr.

1972

• William G. Kaelber

1932

Richard E. Kaeyer

1990

• Hugo Kafka

1876

Gerald M. Kagan

2000

John E. Kaliski

2020

David Kahler

1983

• Albert Kahn

1918

• Charles Howard Kahn

1983

• Ely Jacques Kahn

1934


invested

• Louis I. Kahn g

1953

Aram H. Kailian

2009

Eino Olavi Kainlauri

1996

Keelan P. Kaiser

2022

Harry Kale

1970

Mark Kalin

2000

• Gerhard Michael Kallmann

1976

James G. Kalvelage

2019

Calvin Kam

2020

Christ J. Kamages

2015

• Henry Leveke

invested

• George Edward

Kassabaum p c

1967

• Kenneth Stone Kassler

1960

• Miller Isaac Kast

1934

• Raymond Stone Kastendieck

1959

• Julius Kastner

1895

• Herbert Katz

2005

Paul Katz

2007

Neil C. Katz

2023

• Sidney Leon Katz

1961

• Gordon B. Kaufmann

1938

Arlan Kay

1957

• Karl Fred Kamrath

1955

• Paul Henton Kea

1963

Mitra Kanaani

2019

Kirby M. Keahey

1992

Jonathan R. Kanda

2017

• Edward Anthony Kane

1967

Gustave R. Keane

1969

John F. Kane

2008

Jan Keane

1995

David K. Kaneda

2014

Larry Kearns

2016

Michael Ho Tae Kang

2008

Linda N. Keane

2021

• Charles G. Kanner

1979

Thomas D. Kearns

2017

• Stephen Kanner

1998

Nathan F. Knutson

2022

Richard Keating

1984

Achyut P. Kanvinde

2000

• H. Eric Kebbon

1937

Daniel J. Kaplan

2012

• William Keck

1969

• Gary Y. Kaplan

1997

• Charles Barton Keen

1926

Richard H. Kaplan

1984

• Arthur S. Keene

1938

• William Edward Kapp

1947

• Frederick Kees

1889

• Raymond Kappe t

1969

Allan Kehrt

2001

• Walter T. Karcher

1936

David A. Keith

2021

• Vladimir Karfik

1985

• George Keister

1895

Bernhard Karpf

2018

Douglas S. Kelbaugh t

1988

Bill Karst

2004

Duane A. Kell

1994

Peter Kasavan

2017

John Hilton Kell, Jr.

1999

Raymond Kaskey

1993

Bernard A. Kellenyi

2000

• Francis Keally

• William R. Morton Keast

• George W. Keller

401

2018

Kamphoefner t

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

1948

1951

1886


invested

Larry Jay Keller

1993

Gertrude Lempp Kerbis

1970

Daniel Kelley

2007

Thomas L. Kerns

1989

• Forrest M. Kelley, Jr.

1989

• James W. Kerr

1868

• H. Roy Kelley

1940

Laurie Kerr

2015

Stephen J. Kelley

2015

Douglas E. Kertland

1957

Suzanna Wight Kelley

2014

Thomas P. Kerwin

2007

• W. Foster Kelley

1889

Gregory Kessler

2013

• Thomas M. Kellogg

1910

Helen J. Kessler

2006

Emanuel Kelly

2004

• William Kessler

1969

Frank S. Kelly

1984

Herbert A. Ketcham

1983

Kevin A. Kelly

2005

• Morris Ketchum, Jr. p c

1953

Robert Kelly

2010

• Russell V. Keune

1993

• Albert Kelsey

1907

• Arthur H. Keyes, Jr.

1964

Glenn F. Keyes

2013

F. Lamar Kelsey, Jr.

1966

Scott P. Kelsey

2012

• Bradley Paige Kidder k

1960

• Edward V. Kemp

1987

• Franklin E. Kidder

1896

• Harris A. Kemp

1969

• James William Kideney

1949

• Ralph Charles Kempton

1956

Kang S. Kiang

2020

• Edward H. Kendall p

1884

• Richard Kiehnel

1939

• Henry H. Kendall p

1913

James T. Kienle

2004

• William D. Kendall

1995

Stephen Kieran

1996

• William Mitchell Kendall

1903

Leevi Kiil

2002

• Albert Edwin Kendrew

1956

• Kiyonori Kikutake

1971

• Robert A. Kennard y

1986

Lee F. Kilbourn

1993

• Donald W. Kennedy

1985

• Henry F. Kilburn

1889

• Eugene Francis Kennedy, Jr.

1954

• Walter H. Kilham

1919

Lisa L. Kennedy

2017

• Walter H. Kilham, Jr.

1951

Robert N. Kennedy

1980

• Charles W. Killam

1926

Philip Schuyler Kennedy-Grant

• James R. Killebrew

1975

2010

• Wade Killefer

2006

Sheila Kennedy

2015

• Edward A. Killingsworth

1963

Daniel R. Kenney

2017

Grace H. Kim

2021

• Paul Atherton Kennon, Jr.

1978

Joongsub Kim

2023

• Edward A. Kent

1889

• Swoo Geun Kim

1982

Janis Kent

402

invested

aia college of fellows

2015


invested

• Tai Soo Kim

1986

• J. H. Kirby

1889

• Fiske Kimball

1939

• H. William Kirchner

1885

• Richard Arthur Kimball

1968

Ballard H.T. Kirk

1992

• Thomas R. Kimball p

1901

• Don W. Kirk

1988

• Alice Y. Kimm

2010

• Paul Hayden Kirk

1959

• Jong Soung Kimm

1999

• J. Windom Kimsey

2004

Kang S. Kiang

Stephen Jarome Kirk • Guy Kirkham

1999 1897

2020

Grant C. Kirkpatrick

2021

• Charles Erwin King

1967

• James R. Kirkpatrick

2009

• David R. H. King

1993

John Morgan Kirksey

1995

• Dennis Michael King

1992

Ned S. Kirschbaum

2016

• Donald I. King

2000

Peyton E. Kirven

1986

• Frederic Rhinelander King

1950

James Nelson Kise

2010

• George E. King

1889

• Reiichiro Kitadai

1990

• Gordon L. King

1993

• Robert S. Kitchen

1964

• Guy King

1897

William L. Kite

2005

Jerome A. King

2010

Azusa Kito

1994

• John Lord King

1961

Constantin D. Kitsikis

1963

• Joseph Bertram King

1970

• Clarence Kivett

1967

• Leland Wiggins King

1971

• Eugene Henry Klaber

1939

Robert Arthur King

2014

David Klages

1983

Sol King

1966

John R. Klai II

2015

Susan F. King

2012

Alex Klatskin

2010

• Slocum Kingsbury

1956

• Charles Zeller Klauder

1913

• Louis Clifton Kingscott

1958

• Josef Paul Kleihues

1989

M. Ray Kingston

1998

• Eugene S. Klein

1938

Judith Kinnard

2004

• Henry Klein

1981

Paul Kinnison, Jr.

1988

J. Arvid Klein

1993

Yael S. Kinsky

2015

Rena M. Klein

2006

Nathan Kipnis

2015

• Henry T. Kley

1889

• Albery D. Kipp

1889

Susan Schaefer S. Kliman

2023

Charles J Kirby

2013

• Robert Michael Kliment

1986

Dan Kirby

2016

Stephen A. Kliment

1978

1957

Kenneth F. Klindtworth

1980

• Donald Beach Kirby

403

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Pierre Francis Koenig

1971

Judson Alan Kline

2011

Lee B. Kline

1965

William I. Kline

2021

Vincent G. Kling

1960

Varun Kohli

2023

Brian R. Klipp

2004

Edward Charles Kohls

2012

• Ernest C. Klipstein

1914

A. Eugene Kohn

1986

2009

• Robert D. Kohn p

1910

John Forrest Klockeman

Fred Koetter • Gunther William Koetter

1995 1975

• Karl Klokke

1980

Sami Kokdil (Kirkdil)

2017

• Ralph H. Kloppenburg

1962

Sheryl L. Kolasinski

2009

• Henry Klumb

1964

Keith R. Kolb

1981

Eduardo Kneese de Mello

1965

Nathaniel Key Kolb

1978

Paul F. Knell

2014

James H. Kolker

2018

Elisabeth Knibbe

2009

Jim C. Kollaer

1993

Charles Daniel Knight

2012

Ted Charles Kollaja

2015

• Eugene Herbert Knight

1952

• Ronald Kolman

2000

James F. Knight

1996

S. Richard Komatsu

1984

Roy F. Knight

1997

Markku Komonen

2005

William H. Knight

1996

Hendrik Koning

1995

Stuart L. Knoop

2000

Rem Koolhaas

1999

1971

Norman L. Koonce c k

1988

• Don R. Knorr

• Wayne F. Koppes

1971

John Christopher Knowles

1986

Andrew Knox

2020

Steven A. Kordalski

2022

G. M. D. Knox

1889

Leonard E. Koroski

2012

Nathan F. Knutson

2022

James Francis Kortan

1986

• Charles M. Kober

1984

Brian C. Korte

2020

• William Koblik

1976

Lester Korzilius

2016

2008

Ann Kosmal

2016

• Carl Koch

1961

• A. Lewis Koué

1964

• Henry G. Koch

1889

• J. J. Kouhn

1889

• Richard Koch

1938

Panos Koulermos

1996

Steven Y. Kodama

1994

Alexander Kouzmanoff

1978

Edward J. Kodet, Jr. c

1994

Brian Kowalchuk

2019

• Joseph D. Koecker

1857

Hisao Koyama

1995

• A. Koehler

1875

Richard L. Kobus

404

invested

aia college of fellows

• George Simpson Koyl

1937


invested

invested

1979

Ronald B. Kull

2007

• G. W. Kramer

1889

Julian E. Kulski

1977

• Gerhardt T. Kramer

1970

Erik Emil Krakstrom

• Ernest Joseph Kump

Robert Kramer

1984

Debra S. Kunce

2011

Donald D. Kranbuehl

2020

Moritz Kundig

1984

Thomas Kundig

2004

Mark David Kranz Peter Krasnow

2001

George Kunihiro

2009

Shannon B. Kraus

2013

Judith M. Kunoff

2015

Melvin S. Krause, Jr.

1995

• Kisho Kurokawa

1981

Carl F. Krebs

2015

William H. Kreager

2003

Matthew Kreilich

2018

Theodore Ernest Kurz

1982

Matthew F. Kreisle, III

2014

Byron Dean Kuth

2008

Eugene Kremer

1985

Peter G. Kuttner

2000

J. Richard Kremer

2000

Sylvia P. Kwan

1998

• Jerrily R. Kress

1997

Michael Kwartler

1990

Joan Krevlin

2010

Kwendeche

2017

Alex Krieger

1997

Alison G. Kwok

2019

Rob Krier

1996

• John L. Kriken

1987

Robert N. Kronewitter

1993

Ronald Krueck

1992

• Kenneth C. Kruger

1983

James Oleg Kruhly

1992

• Albert Kruse

1951

• H. Samuel Eilts Kruse

1962

Rod Kruse

1996

Dogan Kuban

1994

Thomas A. Kubala

2021

Charles A. Kubat

2017

Wilhelm Kücker

1999

Alexander P. Kudryavtsev

1992

• Hugo Franz Kuehne

Denis G. Kuhn

1944 1993

Carol J. Weissman Kurth • Samuel M. Kurtz

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

2011 1970

l • Louis La Beaume

1923

• Christopher Grant La Farge

1909

• Jean Labatut t

1964

• David N. LaBau

1991

Dohn H. LaBiche

2011

Ronald J. Labinski

1994

Andrew Labov

2017

• Samuel S. Labouisse

1914

• B. T. Lacey

1889

• T. I. Lacey

1889

John W. Lackens, Jr.

1983

• Lawrence Bailis Lackey, Jr.

1970

• Zeb Vance Lackey

1977

Bill N. Lacy

405

1956

1976


invested

• Joseph N. Lacy

1977

Duane Eugene Landry

1988

Louis Bancel LaFarge

1960

Jane Lorenz Landry

1988

David M. Laffitte

2010

• Howard Raymond Lane

1978

Eric S. Lagerberg

2021

• Oscar Theodore Lang

1955

Thomas Laging

1998

• Charles Albert Langdon

1943

• Henry J. Lagorio

1997

Brian A. Lane

2021

Andrew T Laguana

2012

• Ernest Langford

1955

Pablo Laguarda

2014

• Adrian Nelson Langius

1953

Joseph D. Lahendro

2019

Bryan Langlands

2021

Rafael de La-Hoz

1980

Mary Katherine Lanzillotta

2008

Constance C. Lai

2020

William J. LaPatra

2023

• Alan Kemp Laing

1969

Gary Lapera

2014

Colin Laird

1974

• Samuel Lapham, Jr.

1937

Philip L. Laird

2017

John M. Laping

1987

1915

James E. LaPosta, Jr.

2013

Jerry A. Laiserin

2000

Gabriel Largacha Manrique

1965

David C. Lake

1996

• W. W. Larmour

1889

Jean Louis Lalonde

1971

• Arnold L. Larsen

1993

Alfred A. Lama

1973

Henning Larsen

1986

Charles Edwin Lamb

1968

• Niels Hjalmar Larsen

1944

1934

Robert G. Larsen

2001

• Warren Powers Laird

• William F. Lamb

Kenneth A. Lambla

2021

• Carl Theodore Larson

1967

Phyllis Lambert

2003

• Dayl A. Larson

1993

James Lambeth

1994

• Roy F. Larson c

1940

1945

• William L. Larson

1972

Alexander P. Lamis

2016

William N. Larson

1988

Lisa Lamkin

2017

Denys Louis Lasdun

1966

• E. N. Lamm

1889

Aric J. Lasher

2016

James I. Lammers

1992

Samuel M. Lasky

2019

Martha Lampkin

1993

Hugh Scot Latimer

2010

Patricia Lancaster-Brown

2004

• D. C. Ernest Laub

1894

Gregory W. Landahl

1992

Michael C. Lauber

2010

Peter Landon

1999

• Carl Frederick Luckenbach

2021

Gordon Earl Landreth

2008

• John E. Lautner

1970

• William Duncan Lamdin

406

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

Sandra M. Laux

2015

Benjamin B. Lee

1998

• Augustus Laver

1870

Brian D. Lee

2008

Mohammed Lawal

2021

Donald R. Lee

1988

• Geoffry Noel Lawford

1960

• Elizabeth Bobbitt Lee

1986

C. James Lawler p c k

1990

Frank Christopher Lee

2007

1973

Jeffrey S. Lee

2006

2006

John M. Y. Lee

2000

• Ellis F. Lawrence

1913

Joyce See-yin Lee

2012

• James Lawrence

1959

Kermit J. Lee, Jr.

1990

• John William Lawrence

1964

Kwang-Ro Lee

1997

• Robert M. Lawrence p

1975

Kyung-Hoi Lee

2000

T. Jerry Lawrence

1992

Laura A. Lee

2004

David E. Lawson

1985

M. David Lee

1992

Elizabeth Waddel Lawson

1999

• Merrill Clifford Lee

1940

John Q. Lawson

1986

• Roger Yuen Lee

1963

• William R. Lawson

1997

Sang Leem Lee

2005

Franklin D. Lawyer

1979

Todd Lee

1992

• Edgar M. Lazarus

1895

Vivian W. Lee

2020

Mary Ann Lazarus

2011

Wanchul Lee

2008

Tracy Lea

2019

Gene Leedy

1992

Bradley Leathley

2016

James M. Leefe

1978

• Charles E. Lawrence

Charles Mell Lawrence

407

invested

• Napoleon Eugene Le Brun

1870

• Lillian Scott Leenhouts

1975

• Pierre L. Le Brun

1889

• Willis C. Leenhouts

1975

Chere R. LeClair

2021

Andrea P. Leers

1991

• G. Robert Le Ricolais

1973

• Gene E. Lefebvre

1976

• Ellamae Ellis League

1968

Michael Alan LeFevre

2012

Evelyn M. Lee

2021

Gillet Lefferts, Jr.

1971

• John C. LeBey

1973

• C. A. Leffingwell

1889

Michael E. LeBoeuf

2010

• Jerome B. Legg

1889

• Denvrich C. LeBreton

1985

R. Murray Legge

2013

William P. Lecky

2008

Diane Legge

1990

Lee Ledbetter

2018

James P. Leggitt

2005

William E. Leddy

2003

Ricardo Legorreta g

1979

Angie Lee

2004

Victor Manuel Legorreta

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

Hernandez

2007

David Leven

2018

Michael B. Lehrer

2004

Conrad Levenson

2000

Mindy Lehrman Cameron

2018

David Mishel Leventhal

2008

Roger K. Leib

2022

Jonathan Levi

2002

• Anne Spencer Leineweber

1996

• Julian Clarence Levi

1930

• Joseph W. Leinweber

1986

• Rino Levi

1965

• Lawrence J. Leis p

1990

Kenneth D. Levien

2013

Lawrence J. Leis

2020

J. Russell Levikow

1976

• Luther Morris Leisenring

1951

Brenda A. Levin

1997

Richard Roberts Leitch

1972

• Richard D. Levin

1977

• William G. Leithead

1970

Mark L. Levine

2017

Juha Ilmari Leiviskä

1994

• Joseph Daniels Leland

1943

Alan G. Levy

1977

Herbert E. Lembcke

1991

• Eugene P. Levy

1983

Daniel J. Lemieux

2021

Herbert W. Levy

1992

• Cyril W. Lemmon

1968

Max Levy

2004

• Robert H. LeMond

1990

Morton L. Levy

1983

• Sergio Lenci

2001

Toby S. Levy

1999

James T. Lendrum

1974

• Allen Yuen Lew

1972

• Peter A. Lendrum

1981

• Robert H. Levison k

Anne McCutcheon Lewis

1966

1995

1978

• Calvin F. Lewis

1995

• Eason Harris Leonard

1972

David Lewis k

1980

• Amedeo Leone

1965

• Edwin James Lewis, Jr.

1891

Arnie Lerner

2015

Erin Sterling Lewis

2020

Jaime Lerner

1993

George B. Lewis

1991

Jill N. Lerner

2004

• George S. Lewis

1976

• Ralph Lerner

1999

• Howarth L. Lewis, Jr.

2001

Glen S. LeRoy

1999

• Ion Lewis

1916

Bruno Leon

408

invested

• William E. Lescaze

1951

Paul M. Lewis

2017

Nicholas Lesko

1981

R. Steven Lewis y

2016

Thomas Leslie

2018

Rebecca J. Lewis

2016

Laura A. Lesniewski

2021

Richard L. Lewis

1983

• Charles Walter Lessig

1973

Roger K. Lewis

1986

• Francis D. Lethbridge

1966

• Tom Lewis, Jr.

1987

aia college of fellows


invested

• Walter H. Lewis

Michael Dale Lingerfelt

2012

William Sperry Lewis

1983

• Theodore C. Link

1889

Ismael Leyva

2018

Charles D. Linn

2002

Erik G. L’Heureux

2020

Gerald Li

1987

Philip S. LiBassi

2016

Daniel Libeskind

2017

• Horace Mather Lippincott, Jr. 1974

• Richard Licata

2011

• Herbert Lippmann

1978

• George A. Licht

1943

Michael Lischer

2008

• Samuel A. Lichtmann

1959

William H. Liskamm

1978

2004

Marc L’Italien

2008

Merlin Lickhalter

• Herbert A. Linthwaite

Constantine Demetrios Liollio

1889 2017

1970

• Electus D. Litchfield

1941

Charles D. Liddy, Jr.

2011

• Arthur Little

1910

Tom Liebel

2011

Emily Little

2009

Frederick Liebhardt

1981

• J. Lovell Little

1931

Theodore Liebman

1986

• Robert Andrews Little

1965

• Detlef Lienau

1857

• Robert M. Little

1960

Bernard J. Liff

1987

Saundra R. Little

2021

• Herman Charles Light

1964

• Sidney Wahl Little

1963

Bryan S. Lijewski

2023

• Herman C. Litwack

1989

Karin J. Liljegren

2020

• Frank L. Lively

1889

William Ooi Lee Lim

2010

Lawrence R. Livergood

2012

Laurie Limbacher

2014

Robert S. Livesey

2001

David J. Lind

2012

• Goodhue Livingston

1908

• Edmund G. Lind

1870

Stanley C. Livingston

1987

John H. Lind

1989

Tom Livingston

1997

Britt Lindberg

2022

Albert W. Lindeke III

2014

Scott A. Lindenau

2011

• Alan Liddle

409

1990

invested

• Walter R. Livingston, Jr.

1976

• William Henry Livingston

1945

• James B. Lizius

1889

• Roland Leonard Linder

1961

Peter Lizon

1998

• Henry C. Lindsay

1889

Clark E. Llewellyn

2011

• Joseph C. Llewellyn

1919

• Richard Llewelyn-Davies

1970

• Gordon W. Lloyd

1881

Winford “Buck” Lindsay

2004

David P. Lindsey

1997

• Gail A. Lindsey

2001

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Hermon Frederick Lloyd

1957

• Emil Lorch

1939

• Robert Joseph John Locatell

1972

• Anthony Lord

1957

2014

• Austin W. Lord

1903

• W. Kirby Lockard

1977

• James Brown Lord

1894

• Grinnell Willis Locke

1967

Mira Locher

Wendell Vernon Locke

Larry Lord

1991

1976

• William H. Lord

1926

• Thomas Hall Locraft

1952

• Olle J. Lorehn

1931

• Leandro V. Locsin

1980

• Allan Gordon Lorimer

1960

• Jerrold Loebl

1949

• Sanford E. Loring

1869

Pamela J. Loeffelman

2008

George H. Loschky

1993

James R. Loewenberg

2010

John Loss

1991

Carol Loewenson

2013

• Rex Lotery

1975

James Lee Loftis

1985

Avram Lothan

2005

Vivian Loftness

2002

Forrest R. Lott

2009

Hubert Donn Logan

1981

Ellen Lou

2012

Reynolds Logan

2017

Patrick J. Loughran

2009

Dirk Lohan

1983

William C. Louie

1994

Thomas E. Lollini

1995

• George I. Lovatt

1927

Jerrold Ellsworth Lomax

1980

Erica J. Loynd

2021

Ernest J. Lombard

2012

John Lovatt Davies

1963

Thomas Jerry Lominack

2015

Andrea Love

2023

1891

Timothy D. Love

2017

William Love

1987

• Alexander W. Longfellow, Jr. • William Pitt Preble

Longfellow

1866

Yu-Ngok Lo

2020

• Kington Loo

1980

David W. Look

2004

John A. Loomis

2006

Paula Loomis

2007

Steven E. Loomis

2009

J. Carson Looney

1996

R. Nicholas Loope

1998

Stephen K. Loos

2009

Sara Lopergolo

2020

• Gabor Lorant

410

invested

aia college of fellows

1991

• Curtis Meredith Lovelace

1953

• Arthur Lamont Loveless

1940

Robert D. Loversidge, Jr.

2002

Ivenue Love-Stanley y

2001

Wendell H. Lovett

1978

George Horace Loving

1975

Douglas A. Lowe

2009

• Elmo Cameron Lowe

1931

• Guy Lowell

1915

Mark Perrin Lowrey

1970

Ronald Y.C. Lu

2011


invested

• Donald H. Lutes

1967

Anne-Marie Lubenau

2016

• Benjamin J. Lubschez

1914

Charles Warren Luther, Jr.

1976

• Frank Edward Lucas c

1983

Michael N. Lykoudis

2019

Thomas J. Lucas, Jr.

1988

• William Gordon Lyles

1964

Jennifer Luce

2016

Frederic P. Lyman

1994

• Edmundo G. Lucero

1956

William W. Lyman, Jr.

1976

Lenore M. Lucey

1991

Robert Dale Lynch

1996

Carl Luckenbach

1977

• Carl Frederick Luckenbach

2022

Donlyn Lyndon t

1978

Deborah Tan Lucking

2021

Maynard Lyndon

1952

• Charles Luckman

1963

Gary D. Lynn

2007

• William Orr Ludlow

1930

Eric Alfred Lyons

1968

• Lucinda Ludwig

2002

Nancy J. Ludwig

2008

Thomas E. Luebke

2011

Kathleen R. Lugosch

2013

Gregory A. Luhan

2022

Graham Barton Luhn

1998

Robert E. Luke

201

Kenneth H. Luker

2022

Paul Lukez

2011

• Anthony John Hale Lumsden 1979

411

invested

Kjell Lund

1996

• Elmer Augustinus Lundberg, Jr.

1968

Frithjof Martin Lunde

1977

• Samuel E. Lunden k

1945

• June S. Lundgren

• Robert J. Lynch

1977

m • Michael Maas

1988

R. Doss Mabe

2000

Leslie Bruce Mabrey

1972

Brian J Mac

2018

John E. MacAllister

1994

Emma E. Macari

2006

Jay Edward Macaulay

2009

Donald William MacDonald 1983 • Virginia B. Macdonald

1999

• Ronald L. Mace

1988

John Patrick MacElwane

1961

• Harry A. MacEwen

1992

1991

Paul L. Macheske

2022

• Louis R. Lundgren

1972

Ignacio Machorro del Monte 1977

• Edwin H. Lundie

1948

Robert Mack

1990

Phillip E. Lundwall

1995

Brian MacKay-Lyons

2001

Victor A. Lundy

1967

• James C. MacKenzie, Jr.

1938

Debra A. Lupton

2017

• Thomas William Mackesey

1959

Frank M. Lupo

2009

• Eugene J. Mackey, III

1991

• Eugene Joseph Mackey

1964

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• Howard Hamilton Mackey y

1962

Olufemi Majekodunmi

1993

• Fred J. MacKie, Jr.

1957

Fumihiko Maki g

1980

Ian MacKinlay

1976

Matti K. Makinen

1988

• Alexander MacKintosh

1923

Imre Makovecz

1987

William (Bill) Maclay

2017

Rutilo Malacara

1975

Jeanne Elizabeth MacLeamy 2015

Brian Malarkey

2011

Patrick MacLeamy

2006

• William G. Malcomson

Charles H. MacMahon, Jr.

1968

(re-invested 1926)

• A. M. MacMurphy

1889

• William G. Malcomson

• Henry A. Macomb

1888

• John Macsai

1978

1894

(was FAIA 1894-1899)

1926

• Marvin John Malecha p

1992

Marvin J. Malecha

2020

Motlatsi Peter Malefane

1993

Kapil Dev Malik

2015

Michael Frank Malinowski

2017

William P. Mallari

2023

Stephanie Mallis

2004

Michael James Malone

2017

Nea Maloo

2023

1906

Louis Maloof

1987

2014

Michael Maltzan

2007

1907

Clarence D. Mamuyac, Jr.

2012

Jean Mah

2008

David Peter Manfredi

2009

Gary J. Mahaffey

1992

Michael A. Manfredi

2006

William T. Mahan

2019

Albert Mangones

1984

• George W. Maher

1916

Paul D. Mankins

2004

• Philip Brooks Maher

1940

• Marion I. Manley

1956

Stephen P. Maher

2020

Arthur Edwin Mann

1973

• Harry B. Mahler

1973

• Arthur Robert Mann

1955

• Victor C. Mahler

1994

• Frederick M. Mann

1916

John Mahlum

1983

• George R. Mann

1889

1889

Michael Mann

2003

Richard L. Maimon

2011

William Raymond Manning 2011

Orlando T. Maione

2013

Carter H. Manny, Jr.

1970

Chris Revell Maiwald

1967

• Edmund A. Manny

1894

Robert P. Madison

1974

Angelina Munoz de Madrid

1997

Peter E. Madsen

1989

• Theodore S. Maffitt, Jr.

1978

Henry J. Magaziner

1977

Mouzhan Majidi

2021

Daniel Patrick Maginn

2012

• Charles Donagh

Maginnis p g David Maglaty • H. VanBuren Magonigle

• Marshall Stimson Mahurin

412

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

413

invested

• T. Norman Mansell

1968

Bernard A. Marson

2010

Clark David Manus p

1997

• Sylvanus B. Marston

1942

Scott Marble

2020

• Walter Frederic Martens

1952

Gregory C. Mare

2020

Emily Marthinsen

2018

Virginia S. March

1990

Albert Carey Martin, Jr.

1956

Dean Marchetto

2016

Christopher C. Martin

1999

Hector Mardones Restat

1958

• Clarence A. Martin

1907

Gregory C. Mare

2020

David C. Martin

1995

Fernando Margain

1985

• Derek Martin

1981

Roger Williams Margerum

1984

• Edward William Martin

1945

Marc Margulies

2015

Theodore F. Mariani k

1981

• George Marshall Martin

1948

Peter Marino

2006

• Hugh Martin

1942

Harry A. Mark

2015

John Martin

2021

Anthony J. Markese

2017

Kenneth Martin

2023

• Fred Lewis Markham

1957

L. Brooks Martin

1973

• J. C. Markham

1867

Michael S. Martin

2019

Phillip T. Markwood

1990

Leonardo Marmol

2007

Harvey V. Marmon, Jr.

1984

Sandro Marpillero

2010

Judsen R. Marquardt

1993

Jaime L. Marques

1961

Gary F. Martinez

2014

• Robert B. Marquis c

1970

Walter B. Martinez

1989

• Charles J. Marr

1957

Jonathan Jova Marvel

2012

Elisabeth Martin

• Robert Bernard Martin

Robert E. Martin • Sydney Errington Martin

W. Mike Martin • Willard Kenneth Martin

2017

1972 1994 1936 1999 1979

Clinton Marr, Jr.

1974

• Thomas S. Marvel

1979

George E. Marsh, Jr.

2013

• Samuel A. Marx

1946

• William J. Marsh

1895

Joseph V. Marzella

1980

• Henry Rutgers Marshall

1889

Robert Maschke

2013

• James Rush Marshall

1892

Frank Mascia

2009

Michael L. Marshall

2021

Joseph Laing Mashburn

2010

• Mortimer M. Marshall, Jr. y

1981

• George C. Mason

1875

• Richard C. Marshall

1979

• George DeWitt Mason

1889

• William Marshall, Jr. p

1972

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Glenn E Mason

2016


invested

1995

Arthur May

1991

• Charles Franklin Masten

1957

• Charles E. May

1889

Richard C. (Rik) Master

2017

Don H. May

2018

Ronald L. Mason

• Carl Maston

Mariko Masuoka • Charles Ormrod Matcham

Roney J. Mateu

1968

• Joseph Maybank

1984

2020

• Kunio Mayekawa

1961

1957

• Albert Mayer

1953

2012

• George Baker Mayer

1956

1959

Kenneth Charles Mayer, Jr.

2010

R. Kent Mather

2010

David Mayhew

2017

Janet M. Matheson

2021

Kenneth Maynard

2020

Charles T. Mathews

1895

• Kenneth D. Maynard

1984

Jane Gianvito Mathews

2017

Thom Mayne g

2005

Thomas R. Mathison

2005

• Robert D. Maynicke

1910

Audrey A. Matlock

2011

• Frank Veach Mayo

1957

Gumpei Matsuda

1958

Marsha Maytum

2001

George Matsumoto

1973

Edward Marzia

2015

Neal S. Matsuno

2020

Angela Mazzi

2020

Eva Matsuzaki

1998

Charles F. McAfee y

1981

Charles Matta

2004

Charyl F. McAfee-Duncan

2013

• Victor Andre Matteson

1934

• Edward H. Matthei

1980

Cheryl Lynn McAfeeMitchell

2003

• J. S. Matthews

1889

• Austin Wheeler Mather

Lisa Fay Matthiessen

2011

Robert F. Mattox

1982

• Otto H. Matz

1889

Frank J. Matzke

1969

John M. Maudlin-Jeronimo

1995

Kevin B. Miller

2022

Garrett Howard Maupin

2009

• John Lawrence Mauran p

1902

Laurie Mutchnik Maurer

1983

• Mason Maury

414

invested

1887

Susan A. Maxman p

1991

• Murvan Morris Maxwell

1971

aia college of fellows

• W. A. McAlister

1980

• John McArthur, Jr.

1869

• William M. McBride

1891

Charles Terrence McCafferty 1984 • Edward K. McCagg, II

1987

Joe Mitchell McCall

1999

• William Francis McCall, Jr.

1984

• Angus McCallum

1966

Ann K. McCallum

2003

Jana McCann

2013

Richard F. McCann

2011

• Francis Joseph McCarthy

Jeffrey J. McCarthy

1957 2012


invested

• Michael A. McCarthy

1986

William A. McDonough

1997

John McCartney

1995

• Elmer Hugh McDowell

1976

Bruce McCarty

1969

Stephen A. McDowell

2002

Douglas H. McCarty

2021

• Harold Batchelder

• S. T. McClarren

1891

McEldowney

1960

• Craig McClure

1894

• Dale Robert McEnary

1952

• Harlan Ewart McClure t

1962

Ryan T. McEnroe

2023

Wesley A. McClure

1988

Paula Burns McEvoy

2016

Susan B. McClymonds

2020

Dennis J. McFadden

2008

Richard E. McCommons

1993

Connie S. McFarland

1998

Lorne L. McConachie

2012

Robert Eastwood McConnell 1977

• Walter McFarlane

1889

• A. Stanley McGaughan

1966

Steven McConnell

2006

Ronnie McGhee

2018

• Donald McCormick

1956

Mike McGlone

2023

• William B. McCormick

1975

John M. McGinty p

1976

• Walter R. McCornack

1935

Milton Bowles McGinty

1949

Daniel K. McCoubrey

2015

Richard Alan McGinty

1981

Nancy T. McCoy

2009

• Henry K. McGoodwin

1919

Ron McCoy

2007

• Robert Rodes McGoodwin

1925

Linda McCracken-Hunt

2009

John W. McGough

1975

Edward D. McCrary

1982

John Paul McGowan

2005

M. Allen McCree

1987

• James R. McGranahan

1980

Gerald M. McCue k

1968

• H. Thomas McGrath, Jr.

2005

Grant G. McCullagh

1995

Alan D. McGuinn

2014

James McCullar

1999

David S. McHenry

2015

Michael R. McCulloch

2019

• John Wells McHugh

1981

William C. McCulloch

1991

Mark McInturff

2000

Margaret I. McCurry

1991

Robert Peter McIntyre

1994

• Paul Durbin McCurry

1968

• Angus Vaughn McIver

1949

Debi L. McDonald

2019

• Harley J. McKee

1969

• Harry P. McDonald

1889

Sandra McKee

2019

James R. McDonald

2015

• Charles F. McKim p g

1877

1884

• Herbert P. McKim

1989

• Thomas Francis McDonough 1959

David A. McKinley

1974

• James McDonnell

415

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

416

invested

Noel Michael McKinnell

1982

• Frank B. Meade

1915

• Noel M. McKinnell

2020

George Calvin Means, Jr.

1980

Dale McKinney

2011

Charles W. Mears

2012

Heather H. McKinney

2008

• Philip J. Meathe c k

1969

• Thomas L. McKittrick k

1979

David Meckel

1998

Zack McKown

2006

Robert Meckfessel

2007

Ellis L. McIntosh

2020

• Milton B. Medary, Jr. p g

1910

H. Roll McLaughlin

1970

Jorge L. Medellin

1970

• James W. McLaughlin

1870

Christopher Martin Meek

2020

• Robert W. McLaughlin, Jr.

1952

• David O. Meeker, Jr.

1973

Diane Eileen McLean

2015

• Everett V. Meeks

1926

C. Andrew McLean

1995

• John Gaw Meem

1950

• John Wishart McLeod

1960

Bettina Mehnert

2016

Kelly Sutherlin McLeod

2013

• Henry G. Meier

1984

Susan B. McClymonds

2020

Henry J. Meier

1889

James M. McManus

1997

Richard Meier g

1976

George A. McMath

1981

• Arthur I. Meigs

1926

• Louis A. McMillen

1974

Louis A. Meilink

2019

• William G. McMinn

1980

Carl R. Meinhardt

1985

William G. McMinn

2020

William J. Melby

2021

Rosemary A. McMonigal

2015

Vayden R. McMorris

1972

Alvaro Joaquim de Meio Siza

1996

Norman Hay McMurrich

1969

Daniel Meis

2006

• J. H. McNamara

1889

Rodrigo Mejia Andrion

1965

• E. Eean McNaughton, Jr.

1995

• Albin Reinhold Melander

1963

• Murry Charles McNeil, Jr.

1975

David B. Meleca

2017

Carroll Stewart McNulty, Jr.

1972

• Lawrence P. Melillo

1991

• Edwin Keith McPheeters

1977

Greg Mella

2013

• Walter McQuade

1968

Paul C. Mellblom

2021

John M. McRae

1995

• Roger C. Mellem

1980

Charles B. McReynolds

1980

• Walter Mellor

1931

Franklin B. Mead

2000

R. Alan Melting

1995

• Harry L. Mead

1949

• Mark R. Mendell

2003

• William Rutherford Mead

1902

Andrew D. Mendelson

2011

• Louis Mendelssohn

1889

aia college of fellows


invested

417

invested

Francois de Menil

2002

Gary Linn Michael

1974

• Louis Menk

1969

Linda Harris Michael

1994

Mike Mense

2005

Constantine E. Michaelides

1983

Stanley Max Meradith

2017

• Valerius Leo Michelson

1979

• Asa L. Merrick

1889

D. B. Middleton

2007

• E. L. Merrill

1889

• John Ogden Merrill

1950

John Ogden Merrill, Jr.

1980

William Dickey Merrill

1966

James R. Merritt

2002

Nancy Merryman

2006

Charles F. Merz

2008

David R. Messersmith

1999

Hector Mestre

1962

Robert C. Metcalf

1972

William H. Metcalf, Jr.

1974

Richard Metsky

2013

Andrew Metter

1997

David Metzger

2001

• George J. Metzger

1888

Pierre de Meuron

2003

C. Richard Meyer

2000

Carl F. Meyer

2005

• Frederick H. Meyer

1934

• Howard Raymond Meyer

1957

James H. Meyer

1987

John T. Meyer

2001

Kurt W. Meyer

1973

• Maynard W. Meyer

1972

Richard C. Meyer

1993

Thomas Meyer

2006

• Marshall D. Meyers

1994

Nancy A. Miao

1987

Nando Micale

2009

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• Ludwig Mies van der

Rohe g

1954

Andres Mignucci

2005

Robert J. Miklos

2000

Arnold Mikon

1996

Juanita M. Mildenberg

1999

Paul Milana

2021

Don C. Miles

1992

• D. W. Millard

1889

Daniel R. Millen, Jr.

1999

Burton Miller

2010

• Charles C. Miller

1870

David E. Miller

1994

• Ewing H. Miller

1973

• George H. Miller p

1889

George H. Miller

1999

• Henry Forster Miller

1972

Hugh C. Miller

1987

James W. Miller

1995

John F. Miller

1997

• John K. Miller

1984

• Joseph Miller

1970

L. Kirk Miller

1994

• Leroy B. Miller

1979

Mark R. Miller

2016

• Richard Arthur Miller

1979

Richard L. Miller

2000

Richard Munson Miller

2014

Robert Miller

2006

Robert Earl Miller

2012


invested

• Omer L. Mithun

1973

Robert L. Miller

2003

Samuel Miller

2018

Wladimir Mitrofanoff

2001

Steven W. Miller

2000

Dwight Mitsunaga

2017

• Warren D. Miller

1952

• Edward T. Mix

1884

William C. Miller

1997

• Samuel Mockbee g

1989

Amy Miller Dowell

2016

Kiel K. Moe

2022

Sigrid Miller Pollin

2009

Burcin Atay Moehring

2015

• Herbert C. Millkey

1959

Richard R. Moger

1984

Edward I. Mills

1998

Richard E. Mohler

2021

• George S. Mills

1915

David Mohney

2012

Gordon E. Mills

2001

Robert W Moje

2013

Michael J. Mills

2000

Robert Stephen Mills

2015

Leslie Gail Moldow

2010

• Willis N. Mills, Jr.

1981

Ronald L. Moline

1993

• Willis Nathaniel Mills

1963

Robert B. Molseed

1997

• Edward Mok

• Lynn H. Molzan

1975

1980

John D. Milner

2003

• Germano Milono

1969

Lynn H. Molzan t

2020

• Milton Milstein

1968

Christine A. Mondor

2019

Hyun Sik Min

2006

Jose Raphael Moneo

1993

Lee F. Mindel

2000

Julia F. Monk

2019

• Victor Mindeleff

1926

• John C. Monroe, Jr.

1979

Rachel Mae Minnery

2015

David D. Montalba

2016

Adolfo E. Miralles

1995

• Henry Dustin Mirick

1971

Adrienne Montare

2018

Juan Miró

2011

• James L. Montgomery

1944

Luis Miro Quesada

1965

Kevin G. Montgomery

2007

Naomi O. Miroglio

2016

Margaret Montgomery

2014

Victor A. Mirontschuk

2016

Joseph D. Monticciolo k

1981

Dan S. Mitchell

1999

• Frank Montana

• Austin Moody

1963

1889

Curtis J. Moody y

1997

Mitchell, Jr. p

1969

David N. Moon

2009

• James Herbert Mitchell

1947

Thomas Bruce Moon

1983

2001

Anne G. Mooney

2023

1979

Arthur Cotton Moore

1979

• Ehrman Burkman

Melvin L. Mitchell • O. Jack Mitchell

Renauld Deandre Mitchell

418

invested

aia college of fellows

2021


invested

Barry Moore

1985

Raymond Moriyama

2000

1970

• Benjamin Wistar Morris

1913

Dorian A. Moore

2022

• Charles Morris

1925

Frances T. Moore

2023

• Edwin Bateman Morris, Sr.

1959

• Harvin Cooper Moore

1974

Mathew Kyle Morris

2006

David R. Moore

2020

Robert Morris

2010

Joeb Moore

2017

• Seth I. Morris

1962

• Charles Willard Moore g t

• John Crosby Brown Moore

1949

Christopher Morrison

2014

Lionel B. Morrison

1992

Moorehead

1962

• Murdo D. Morrison

2002

Gerald Moorhead

1991

• Alpheus C. Morse

1857

• William Mooser, Sr.

1961

• George L. Morse

1894

2009

• John M. Morse

1968

• Joseph Francis Morbito

1967

• Sherman Morss

1964

• James C. Morehead, Jr.

1982

James R. Morter

1993

Julia Morgan g

2014

Anthony Mosellie

2016

Jill K. Morelli

2001

• G. C. Moser

1886

Anthony J Moretti

2012

• John Moser

1877

Luigi Moretti

1964

Moira Moser

2013

Cheryl Morgan

2014

Allen D. Moses

1985

• David Howell Morgan

1957

• Arnold H. Moses

1926

• Frederick Lindley Morgan

1949

Robert Mosher

1970

Jack R. Morgan

2023

Keith G. Moskow

2011

Jesse Oron Morgan, Jr.

1969

• Samuel Z. Moskowitz

1961

• Lloyd Morgan

1955

Christiana Q. Moss

2020

• Octavius Morgan

1909

Eric Owen Moss

1992

Robert L. Morgan

1995

Michael Mostoller

1994

Sherley Warner Morgan

1943

Kenneth L. Motley

1988

• Singleton Peabody

Anita Moran

• Thomas H. Morgan

1889

• Charles T. Mott

1894

William Morgan

1975

John K. Mott

1982

1966

• Ralph O. Mott

1966

• Howard H. Morgridge

419

invested

Toshiko Mori

2005

Gregory R. Mottola

2015

Lamberto G. Moris

1994

• Jacob Wrey Mould

1857

Mary Morissette

2014

• Edward A. Moulthrop

1967

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

• James Warriner Moulton

1894

• James A. Murphy

1987

• Jennifer T. Moulton

1999

• James Cornelius Murphy

1926

• John W. Moutoussamy

1978

Jeffrey Murphy

2016

Frederic D. Moyer

1997

• John Frederic Murphy

1957

Frank Mruk

2015

• John T. Murphy

1964

• William C. Muchow c

1968

• Joseph Denis Murphy

1957

• Frank R. Mudano

1979

Michael V. Murphy

2008

David G. Murray

1969

• Frederick Augustus

Muhlenberg

1947

Hubert Murray

2010

Prescott Muir

2008

Kirsten R. Murray

2016

Theodore L. Mularz

1986

F Jeffrey Murray

2016

Paul Muldawer

1981

Padraig Murray

1982

Dale Mulfinger

2002

Robin L Murray

2011

William S. Mullane

2022

William Murray

2016

John W. Mullen, III

1991

Robert R. Murrin

2014

Rosemary Muller

1993

• Louis O. Mullgardt

1894

Stephen Muse

1996

• W. Oscar Mullgardt

1944

• Noverre Musson

1967

• Joseph Mulvey

1889

George Ronald Colin Muston 1961

• William Bryce Mundie

1892

Robert C. Mutchler

Stephan Mundwiler

2017

• Thomas B. Muths

1982

Hal P. Munger

2006

John V. Mutlow

1994

• Harold Charles Munger

1981

Donald B. Myer

1995

• Harold Henry Munger

1952

• William Muschenheim

• H. E. Myer

1964

1993

1871

Frank W. Munzer

1982

John Randolph Myer

1970

Togo Murano

1970

Henry Myerberg

2011

1926

Barton Myers

1993

1995

• David J.C. Myers

1934

• John Murdoch

1871

Hyman Myers

2005

• Harris Hunnewell Murdock

1943

Ralph Elbert Myers

1964

• Kenneth M. Murchison

Glenn Murcutt g

420

invested

Charles F. Murphy, Jr.

1981

• Charles Francis Murphy

1964

Elizabeth Corbin Murphy

2004

• Frederick Vernon Murphy

1931

• James Murphy

1885

aia college of fellows

n • Daniel J. Nacht

Barbara A. Nadel k

1969 2000


invested

Herbert N. Nadel

1998

• J. Crawford Neilson

1870

James R. Nader

2010

• Ibsen Nelsen

1981

1956

• Donald Seigfried Nelson

1954

• Robert William Naef

Dale Naegle

421

invested

1982

Edward H. Nelson

1981

• Chester Emil Nagel

1987

• George Nelson

1963

• James L. Nagle

1980

James R. Nelson

1982

Louis Naidorf

1978

John H. Nelson

1998

Noboru Nakamura

1990

• Lee H. Nelson

1985

Toshio Nakamura

1989

Clifford S. Nakata

1998

• Willard C. Nelson

1986

• Yoshio Nakazawa

1984

• George Nemeny

1967

• Juan Felipe Nakpil

1954

Ede I. Nemeti

1990

Daniel H. Nall

2003

Marilys R. Nepomechie

2005

Suzanne Napier

2018

• Donald Eugene Neptune

1968

• Floyd A. Naramore

1935

• Pier Luigi Nervi g

1957

Vojo Narancic

2013

• Charles M. Nes, Jr. p

1955

Kirk Narburgh

2020

John F. Nesholm

1995

Stuart Narofsky

2016

Barbara Neski

1985

• Albert C. Nash

1870

Julian Joseph Neski

1974

• Robert Johnson Nash y

1973

Eric C. Naslund

2003

Sarah Nettleton

2016

Adolfo Natalini

2007

Perry King Neubauer

1992

Thomas Nathan

1983

Aaron D. Neubert

2021

• Kenneth H. Natkin

1994

Kurt Neubek

2003

Debra Nauta-Rodriguez

2014

Phillip W. Neuberg

2017

Ernesto Fuenmayor Nava

1965

Rogert L. Neuenschwander

2003

Bhagchand D. Nayak

2017

• Joseph Neufeld

1973

Kenneth J. Naylor

2013

• Hugo V. Neuhaus, Jr.

1972

• Allan H. Neal

1952

• J. Victor Neuhaus, III

1972

James Austin Neal

1997

William O. Neuhaus, III

1992

Morris Jerome Neal

2011

David J. Neuman

1989

Paul R. Neel k

1984

David Neumann

2014

• E. Wallace Neff

1956

• Hans P. Neumann

1979

• Edward Fairfax Neild

1948

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Thompson C. Nelson

• Walter Andrew Netsch, Jr.

S. Kenneth Neumann

1987

1967

1979


invested

422

invested

• Richard J. Neutra g

1947

I. Lewis Nix

1993

Michael Neville

2017

Robert J. Nixon

1975

• Rexford Newcomb

1940

• Edward Henry Noakes

1978

• Louis Chappell Newhall

1914

Daniel Howard Noble

2005

Peter Caverly Newlin

1996

Douglas Noble

2003

Herbert Saul Newman

1981

• Robert Warren Noble

1962

Margaret E. Newman

2013

Robert M. Noblett

2022

Michael Newman

1981

Joyce M. Noe

2006

Scott Newman

2015

• Thomas Nolan

1889

Robert L. Newsom

1999

• William C. Noland

1923

Chartier C. Newton

1986

Christopher Noll

2018

• Henry Carlton Newton

1944

• William G. Nolting

1901

Chung Q.B. Nguyen

2014

Rafael Norma

1966

• Alfred S. Nibecker, Jr.

1950

• Gottfrid Leonard Norrman

1897

• C. C. Nichols

1873

Enrique Norten

1999

• Frederick Doveton Nichols

1971

• Williard C. Northup

1932

Karen V. Nichols

2003

Dean A. Nota

2010

• Edward I. Nickerson

1875

• George Madison Notter, Jr. p 1978

Diana K. Nicklaus

2023

Jean Nouvel

1993

Mark Nickita

2017

John Michael Novack, Jr.

1994

Michael H. Nicklas

2001

Celeste Allen Novak

2014

Robert Duncan Nicol

1993

• Elliot Fette Noyes

1961

James A. Nicolow

2018

Frederick Noyes

2001

Andrew G. Nielsen

2016

Nick Noyes

2019

• Jens Nielsen

1991

Sam Edward Nunes

2022

Jim Nielson

2015

Jorge Nuñez Verdugo

1990

Oscar Niemeyer

1963

• A. Stayton Nunn

1952

Michael A. Nieminen

2011

Jimmie R. Nunn

1986

Jon D. Niemuth

2021

Stephen Allen Nutt

2017

• George Z. Nikolajevich

1999

John V. Nyfeler

2000

Nikola Ivanor Nikolov

1973

Carl J. A. NyrÇn

1993

• Edward Richard Niles

1980

• Steven M. Nilles

2012

George C. Nimmons

1910

Christopher G. Nims

2001

aia college of fellows

o • Claude Oakland

1979


invested

423

invested

David M. Oakland

2016

• Arthur F. O’Leary

1976

Charles Warner Oakley

1997

Patricia O’Leary

2007

Gyo Obata

1969

Paul Stevenson Oles

1989

Jeff Oberdorfer

2007

Victor W. Olgyay

2023

• Clarence Julian Oberwarth

1942

Harold B. Olin

1996

Samuel Oghale Oboh

2018

• Louis Arthur Oliver

1971

Alix W. O’Brien

2020

Patricia Oliver

2009

• James W. O’Brien

2002

Gary Gene Olp

2014

Marianne O’Brien

2014

Donald E. Olsen

1970

William L. O’Brien

1995

Carole J. Olshavsky c

1988

Angela O’Byrne

2013

Samuel E. Olshin

2020

Jeffrey Karl Ochsner

1996

James W.P. Olson

1991

James Mary O’Connor

2016

Jeff Olson

2015

• James W. O’Connor

1952

Sheri Olson

2004

• Lawrence J. O’Connor

1894

Peter H. Oltmanns

1976

• Robert Barnard O’Connor

1948

Oluwole Olumuyiwa

1978

Thomas F. O’Connor

2000

• Paul Murff O’Neal, Jr.

1974

Francis S. Oda

2004

Terrence E. O’Neal

2013

• Arthur Gould Odell, Jr. p

1957

• William B. O’Neal

1970

William Edward Odell

2006

Edmund W. Ong

2004

• H. Augustus O’Dell

1960

Yen Ong

2023

Robert A. Odermatt c k

1983

Kimon G. Onuma

2008

Lawrence J. O’Donnell

1992

Robert L. Ooley

2015

Sean O’Donnell

2018

Chad Oppenheim

2015

Mary L. Oehrlein

1991

Herbert B. Oppenheimer

1978

• Enslie Orsen Oglesby, Jr.

1968

Joseph K. Oppermann

2003

Lorcan O’Herlihy

2009

Charles M. Oraftik

2010

Rodney O’Hiser

2004

• John Ord

1884

Rolf Ohlhausen

1984

Edward L. Oremen

1993

Shin’ichi Okada

1989

• George W. Orff

1889

• Rai Yukio Okamoto

1972

Robert E. Oringdulph

1985

Roksan Okan-Vick

2011

• Richard Brognard Okie

1932

• Gueorgui Mikhaylovich Orlov

1972

Richard M. Olcott

1997

Wendy Ornelas

2005

Susan K Oldroyd

2009

• Jeremiah O’Rourke

1886

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

424

invested

• Douglas William Orr p

1939

• Charles H. Owsley

1889

Gordon D. Orr, Jr.

1979

Curtis Owyang

2014

Robert Dunkerson Orr, Jr.

2008

Suhu Ozkan

2004

• Robert Hall Orr

1941

Eduardo Orrego V.

1979

• George S. Orth

1891

Luis Ortiz Macedo

1972

Diane R. K. Osan

2004

• C. Francis Osborne

1889

Polly Osborne

2013

• Sidney J. Osgood

1889

Paul W. O’Shea

2010

David W. Osler

1981

• Vladimir Ossipoff c

1956

Paul B. Ostergaard

2014

• John Hans Ostwald

1971

Takanobu Ota

2006

• William A. Otis

1889

• F. J. Otter

1889

• John Otter

1889

Frei Otto

1968

William S. Otwell

2016

Gerald Francis Oudens

1998

Mark A. Outman

2017

John Overall

1985

• Harry A. Overbeck

1927

• Noah Webster Overstreet

1952

• Raymond Charles Ovresat

1972

• Allison Owen

1926

Gary S. Owens

2015

Joyce Owens

2018

• Kenneth J. Owens, Jr.

2000

• Nathaniel Alexander Owings g

1949

• Charles Frederick Owsley

1947

aia college of fellows

p Brandon F. Pace

2019

• Frank L. Packard

1895

Clarence J. Paderewski

1962

Elizabeth Seward Padjen

1992

• George Bispham Page

1931

• Louis C. Page

1963

Wesley L. Page

2017

Jeffrey L. Paine

2019

Gregory S. Palermo

1989

Zoltan E. Pali

2005

Michael J. Palladino

2008

Juhani Pallasmaa

1989

• Charles W. Palmer

1889

• Clarence William Palmer

1953

• Edward Livingston

Palmer, Jr.

1948

Joshua Jih Pan

1994

Solomon S. Pan

1995

Lester C. Pancoast

1980

• Russell Thorn Pancoast

1951

Haril Pandya

2018

Patrick P. Panetta

2019

John R. Pangrazio

1999

• Mario Pani

1964

Donald H. Panushka

1978

Dennis A. Paoletti

1999

Tician Papachristou

1980

• Patroklos John Papadopulos

Greg Papay

1972 2007


invested

Laszlo Papp

1981

George C. Pappageorge

1993

• Joseph Russell Passonneau

1964

John Patkau

1999

Constantine George Pappas 2002

Patricia Patkau

1999

Nicholas A. Pappas

1981

William E. Patnaude

1984

Ted P. Pappas p c

1982

Piero Nicole Patri

1985

Mario Paredes Gaete

1995

Allen L. Patrick

1987

Thierry Paret

2014

• Joseph Julian Patterson

1962

1959

• Normand S. Patton

1889

Charles J. Parise

1980

• S. M. Patton

1889

• Archie Gale Parish

1957

• R. Bruce Patty p

1980

• Ki Suh Park y

1986

S. Glen Paulsen

1970

Sharon Collins Park

1997

Sherida E. Paulsen

2003

• Alfred Browning Parker

1959

Wendy Pautz

2018

David S. Parker

2021

Charles Harrison Pawley

1990

Derek Parker

1986

Thomas Martin Payette

1977

Howard C. Parker

1975

Gary R. Payne

2015

• J. Harleston Parker

1908

• George W. Payne

1889

• Leonard S. Parker

1979

• H. Morse Payne

1972

• Marcellus H. Parker

1889

• Harry Daniel Payne k

1963

• Ray K. Parker

1983

Richard W. Payne

1992

Steve Parker

2017

Neal I. Payton

2014

• William Stanley Parker k

1916

• Arthur Peabody

1932

• John B. Parkin

1962

• Fernand Parmentier

1914

Ralph Douglas Parris

2014

Irvin A. Pearce

2016

Robert C. Parrott

1997

John Pearce

2005

Steven A. Parshall

1997

• Edward Shier Parsons

1976

Margaret S. Parsons

2020

• Charles Almond Pearson, Jr.

1995

• William T. Partridge

1939

• Charles T. Pearson

1973

Giovanni Pasanella

1979

C. Herbert Paseur

1973

• Clyde Collins Pearson

1952

• Alfred F. Pashley

1889

Melinda Ellen Pearson

2009

2023

• James Norman Pease, Jr.

1969

• Frederick Duncan Parham

Gregg A. Pasquarelli

425

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

David H. Peabody • Robert Swain Peabody p

• George Clayton Pearl

Bryce D. Pearsall

Clarence W. Pearson, Jr.

2021 1889

1980 1998

2005


invested

• Horace W. Peaslee

1936

• David Layne Perkins

1970

Edward M. Peck

2017

• Dwight Heald Perkins

1908

Nick Peckham

2010

• Frederick W. Perkins

1894

John G. Pecsok

1982

• George Holmes Perkins c t

1954

• William Francis Pedersen

1982

L. Bradford Perkins

1993

William Pederson, Jr.

1988

• Lawrence B. Perkins

1953

1889

Frederick Perpall

2016

Katherine N. Peele

2003

Dominique Perrault

2007

Gerard W. Peer

1992

• Richard W.E. Perrin

1961

• William R. Peery

1979

John Gray Perry

2001

• Ieoh Ming Pei g

1964

Russell K. Perry

2010

Gustav Peichl

1996

• Warren Charles Perry

1947

Maris Peika

1999

• William Graves Perry k

1936

Norbert A. Peiker

2002

Norman Perttula

1981

John W. Peirce

1969

Stuart Pertz

1991

• John E. Pekruhn

1969

Bogdan Z. Pestka

2010

• Earl William Pellerin

1964

Joanna M. Pestka

2009

• Cesar Pelli g

1980

• Walter G. Peter, Jr.

1971

Rafael Pelli

2014

• Walter Gibson Peter

1912

• Paul J. Pelz

1889

Rick Petersen

2018

Sue Ann Pemberton

2010

Guy W. Petereson

2003

Eric O. Pempus

2017

William M. Peña

1972

Richard C. Peters

1985

Thomas Gregory Pene

2011

Robert W. Peters

1992

Jonathan D. Penndorf

2017

Thompson Edward Penney p

1990

• Josias Pennington

1923

Peter Pennoyer

2014

Fabio Penteado

1973

Aubrey Ray Pentecost, III

2010

• Andrew Peebles

426

invested

• Charles R. Percival

1889

• William Leonard Pereira

1957

Andrew Perez, III

1992

Serapio Perez Loza

1981

aia college of fellows

• Luther Peters

• F. A. Petersen

1886

1857

C. Stan Peterson

2006

Carolyn S. Peterson

1991

• Charles E. Peterson

1961

Jesse Julius Peterson, Jr.

2002

Leonard A. Peterson

1996

Randal L. Peterson

2004

Ric Peterson

2013

Robert C. Peterson

2011

Edward G. Petrazio

1977


invested

2005

• Buford Pickens

1967

1991

• Ernest Pickering

1955

Betsy Pettit

2008

Monica Pidgeon

1987

J. Stuart Pettitt

2017

• George F. Pierce, Jr.

1961

Jay Pettitt

1976

John Allen Pierce

1988

1968

• Joseph Hart Pierce

1889

Robert Shaw Pfaffmann

2017

• Osborn J. Pierce

1889

Mark Arthur Pfaller

1972

• Walter S. Pierce

1969

Peter W. Pfau

2010

• Edward D. Pierre

1951

• Carl Pfeiffer

1872

Raili Pietila

1996

Norman Pfeiffer

1981

• Reima Pietila

1976

Peter L. Pfeiffer

2004

• Richard I. Pigford

2019

• James D. Pfluger

1989

Raymond A. Pigozzi

1982

Donna Phaneuf

2018

Patrick L. Pinnell

2015

• J. Gerald Phelan

1971

Burchell F. Pinnock

2019

• Albert Charles Phelps

1930

Suren Pilafian

1966

Barton Phelps

1993

Martha A. Pilgreen

2014

• Raymond Phelps

1956

George J. Pillorge

1988

Jean Parker Phifer

2006

• Georges-Henri Pingusson

1977

Thomas Phifer

2011

• Robert J. Piper

1975

• Richard Philipp

1925

• Paul W. T. Pippin

2008

2011

• Alfred H. Piquenard

1866

1936

Carl W. Pirscher

1983

Brian D. Phillips

2021

David Piscuskas

2006

Frederick Phillips

1996

Methodi A. Pissarski

1978

• H. W. Phillips

1889

Albert Pissis

1886

Jana K Phillips

2014

• Willard Charles Pistler, Jr.

1981

Krista R. Phillips

2020

Dan Pitera

2011

Stephen J. Phillips

2021

John W. Pitman

1988

W. Irving Phillips, Jr.

1986

Francis Murdock Pitts

2011

• Thomas N. Philpot

1889

• Llewellyn William Pitts

1958

Renzo Piano g

1982

Peter A. Piven

1981

Jon K. Pickard

2011

Daria F. Pizzetta

2017

Stephen C. Pickard

2022

• William L. Plack

1889

David Petta • Eleanore Pettersen

• Walter F. Petty

Nikolaus Philipsen • Hardie Phillip

427

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

428

invested

• James C. Plant

1889

Lynn Sanders Pomeroy

1995

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk

1996

• Allen B. Pond

1907

Joseph Warren Platner

1975

• Irving K. Pond p

1905

Yuri P. Platonov

1990

Gio Ponti

1963

• Anthony C. Platt

1992

Gerrard Pook

1980

• Charles A. Platt

1999

John Scott Poole

2016

Charles Platt t

2020

Anthony C. Poon

2022

• Charles Platt

2020

Alfred Easton Poor

1952

• Charles Adams Platt

1913

• John Russell Pope

1907

• Geoffrey Platt

1953

• Samuel D. Popkin

1980

Kalvin J. Platt

1980

• Albert V. Porter

1897

• Robert Joseph Platt

1970

Clyde Porter y

2007

• William Platt

1951

• Cyrus K. Porter

1889

Ernst A. Plischke

1988

G. Gray Plosser, Jr.

1990

• Frederic Hutchinson Porter, Sr.

1961

Michael Plottel

2017

James F. Porter

2013

Raymond Plumey

2006

• Jesse Rice Porter

1889

• William M. F. Poindexter

1889

William Lyman Porter

1980

Philip J. Poinelli

2012

Jack Portman

2014

Janet A. Pogue McLaurin

2023

• Jan Hird Pokorny

1969

John C. Portman, Jr.

2020

• Igor Boris Polevitzky

1955

Paolo Portoghesi

2002

Joyce Polhamus

2015

Christian de Portzamparc

1997

Jack Poling

2019

Penny Hamilton Posedly

1997

Lee A. Polisano

1999

Thomas Joseph Posedly

2009

William M. Polk

1983

Richard N. Pollack

2002

Naomi Pollock

2018

Wilson F. Pollock, Jr.

1987

James Stewart Polshek

1973

Donald P. Polsky

2003

Ralph Pomerance

1971

Leason F. Pomeroy, III

1984

• Lee Harris Pomeroy

1979

aia college of fellows

• John C. “Jack” Portman III

1968

• Michail Vassilievich

Posokhin

1978

Jeffery S. Poss

2010

• George Browne Post p g

1864

• James Otis Post

1930

Raymond G. Post, Jr. p • William Stone Post

1992 1907

Jim Poteet

2013

Otto P. Poticha

2010

• Edward Tuckerman Potter

1864


invested

invested

Jeffery Taylor Potter p

2010

William T. Priestley

1974

• Russell Sherwood Potter

1961

Michael L. Prifti

2005

• William A. Potter

1876

Kathryn Tyler Prigmore

2002

April D. Pottorff

2015

Arnold J. Prima, Jr.

1984

Louis R. Pounders

2004

Martin R. Primmer

2023

Boone Powell

1980

• Harry M. Prince

1959

David M. Powell

2016

• Charles H. Prindeville

1915

Donald R. Powell

2021

• Ivor Cedric Prinsloo

1987

Fred L. Powell

2012

Harold E. Prinz

1979

• Herbert J. Powell

1947

Beverly J. Prior

2009

• William B. Leddyn Powell

1888

• John Hayes Pritchard

1960

Cynthia Kozak Pozolo

2013

• B. Marcus Priteca

1951

• J. G. Prague

1879

Wolf D. Prix

2006

Peter Pran

2001

• Herman Probst

1889

Charles E. Pratt

1977

John A. Prokos

2006

James Pratt

1973

• Loring H. Provine

1940

Antoine Predock g

1981

• Donald Prowler

1992

• Alfred Preis

1965

Susan Pruchnicki

2013

James E. Prendergast

2012

Theodore H. M. Prudon

2002

T. Merrill Prentice, Jr.

1978

Carroll Lee Pruitt

2005

• George R Pressler, III

2012

Maria Prus

1977

Andy Pressman

2002

Victor Marius Prus

1977

Bradford J. Prestbo

2019

• Homer L. Puderbaugh

1995

• J. N. Preston

1889

Homer L. Puderbaugh

2020

• William G. Preston

1884

• David Arthur Pugh c

1970

Barbara Milan Price

2005

Gwynne Pugh

2010

• Beryl Price

1961

Richard R. (Toby) Pugh

2015

• Bruce Price

1890

• William L. Pulgram

1985

• Chester B. Price

1956

William L. Pulgram

2020

• Robert Billsbrough Price

1966

James G. Pulliam

1971

Travis L. Price, III

2009

William Gray Purcell

1963

• Theodore Prichard

1964

Marshall E. Purnell p

1991

• William C. Prichett, Jr.

1892

• Joe T. Pursell

• J. W. Priest

1857

• Edmund Randolph

Purves k

429

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

1986 1944


invested

• Ervin P. Pütsep

1983

Michael Pyatok

1995

Ladislav Leland Rado

1961

Jack Pyburn

2006

• Michael L. Radoslovich

1959

q Zhang Qinnan • Leonard G.C. Quackenboss

1998 1889

George W. Qualls

1968

G. William Quatman

2000

Mark B. Quattrocchi

2020

Jerry L. Quebe

1986

Stephen Leonard Quick

2008

Rob Wellington Quigley

1991

Lee Charles Quill

2011

Marcel Quimby

1997

• Frank Haviland Quinby

1896

Michael L. Quinn

1998

Patrick J. Quinn

1980

Richard W. Quinn

1995

G. William Quatman

2000

Mark B. Quattrocchi

2020

Jerry L. Quebe

1986

Stephen Leonard Quick

2008

Rob Wellington Quigley

1991

Marcel Quimby

1997

•Frank Haviland Quinby

1896

Michael L. Quinn

1998

Patrick J. Quinn

1980

Richard W. Quinn

1995

r

430

invested

• Martin D. Raab

1985

Bruce A. Race

1999

aia college of fellows

• Edwin S. Radcliffe

1894

Kenneth Radtkey

2018

Ronald B. Radziner

2007

John Arthur Raeber

1994

Craig E. Rafferty

1992

George E. Rafferty

1980

• Richard J. Rafferty

1988

Roland Rainer

1973

Steven H. Rajninger

2022

James Easton Rains,, Jr.

2012

William Jay Rakatansky

2009

Umayal Ramanathan

2021

Pedro Ramirez Vasquez

1953

Lemuel Ramos

1997

Daniel Ramos Correas

1965

• John Erwin Ramsay

1964

Linda M. Ramsay

2003

• Charles K.E. Ramsey

1889

George Ranalli

2015

Patrick Rand

2007

• Peter Anders Rand

1993

• J. A. Randall

1889

Robin R. Randall

2022

• S. M. Randolph

1889

Elizabeth Ranieri

2010

• John Hall Rankin

1911

• G. W. Terry Rankine

1979

• Augustus Neal Rantoul

1911

• William G. Rantoul

1926

• George W. Rapp

1882

Raymond Rapp

1982

• Ralph Rapson t

1965


invested

H. Terry Rasco

1987

Roger Vernon Reed

1989

Jay Raskin

2016

Ronald A. Reed

2000

1889

William Ryder Reed

1974

Peter T. S. Rasmussen

1998

• William Vernon Reed

1970

• Steen Eiler Rasmussen

1962

• Edwin Thorley Reeder

1961

Christopher P. Ratcliff

2008

Henry S. Reeder, Jr.

1991

• John Thomas Rather, Jr.

1950

Linda Reeder

2016

• Walter L. Rathmann

1925

Gary A. Reetz

2012

Kevin Ratigan

2016

• F. Blair Reeves

1977

John K. Rauch, Jr.

1978

I. S. K. Reeves, V

1998

Alice J. Raucher

2021

Roscoe Reeves, Jr.

1994

John Gunnar Rauma

1971

Sharon Refvem

2018

Jeffrey Raven

2015

• Henry Bartol Register

1943

Alicia Ravetto

2015

Victor A. Regnier

1994

1984

Patrick C. Rehse

1997

William L. Rawn

1994

• Pierce K. Reibsamen

1982

Ronald Todd Ray

2014

• Jerry R. Reich

2000

• Antonin Raymond

1952

• Eleanor Raymond

1961

• James W.M. Reid

1881

• John Rea

1970

• John Reid, Jr.

1937

Elizabeth A. Reader

2013

• John Lyon Reid

1955

• James Terrill Ream

1979

Tina Marie Reames

2019

Suzane Reatig

2003

Donald Patterson Reay

1980

• L. Andrew Reinhard

1951

• Andrew Nicholas Rebori

1955

• Robert Reinheimer, Jr.

1977

Mark A. Reddington

2000

• Leonard H. Reinke

1979

Charles Redmon k

1985

Stephan Reinke

2004

Daniel A. Redstone

2002

Ilmar Reinvald

1988

1964

Robert V. Reis

2023

2011

Wellington J. Reiter

2008

• Richard E. Raseman

• James Scott Rawlings

• Louis Gordon Redstone

Alan Reed

431

invested

Otto Reichert-Facilides

Johnstone Reid, Jr. • Merritt J. Reid

Gerald (Butch) I. Reifert

1981

2001 1889 2009

• Earl Howell Reed, Jr. k

1951

• George F. Reed

1978

Trula Haley Remson

2013

Phillip A Reed

2016

Richard K. Renner

2019

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• Andre Remondet

1974


invested

August Reno

2010

• James Renwick

1857

• James Richards

1985

Glenn Rescalvo

2016

• John Noble Richards p c

1955

• Max Reutti

1895

L. Frederick Richards

1962

• Frederick William Revels

1930

Pamela Lucas Rew

2015

• John L. Rex

1958

Ignacio J. Reyes

2022

Tomas Reyes Vicuna

1965

José F. Reygadas

1987

Craig Steele Reynolds

2006

John S. Reynolds

2003

M. Garland Reynolds

1979

• Malcolm D. Reynolds

1958

David Reznik

2006

Patricia Rhee

2019

Marcela Abadi Rhoads

2017

David A. Rhodes

1996

James W. Rhodes

1991

• Ulysses Floyd Rible c k

1957

Kenneth Ricci

1998

Paul J. Ricciuti

1996

• Arthur Wallace Rice

1912

David Earl Rice

1998

Lyn Rice

2019

• Norman N. Rice

1964

Richard Lee Rice

1976

• Zack Rice

Brian Robert Peter Rich • Charles Alonzo Rich

432

invested

1889 2010 1912

James W. Rich

1984

• Lorimer Rich

1951

James E. Richard

2023

David Brent Richards

2016

aia college of fellows

Douglas R. Richards

2020

• Ambrose Madison

Richardson

1966

• Henry Hobson Richardson

1867

• John Newton Richardson

1889

• Joseph Priestley Richardson

1960

• Philip Richardson

1931

• Stephen Hinley Richardson

1967

• W. H. Richardson

1889

• W. Symmes Richardson

1919

Walter J. Richardson

1974

• William C. Richardson

1889

• Isidor Richmond

1955

Charles H. Richter, Jr.

1967

David R. Richter

1995

Elizabeth Chu Richter p

2005

• Johan Richter

1989

• Nathan Clifford Ricker

1879

Henry Frank Ricks, Jr.

2016

Hans Riecke

1985

Juergen Riehm

2005

• Anthony Thomas Rienzi

1981

Margaret Rietveld

2007

Shafik I. Rifaat

2017

Jorge Rigau

2000

• Lutah Maria Riggs

James Volney Righter • Arthur Rigolo

1960 1995 1966

Jefferson B. Riley

1992

Ronnette Anita Riley

1998

David Rinehart

1999

M. Jack Rinehart, Jr.

1986


invested

Mark William Rios

1999

Jaquelin T. Robertson

1979

Mark Ripple

2016

• Robert H. Robertson

1886

• Hubert G. Ripley

1926

• Alexander C. Robinson,

Robert C. Ripley

2015

Darrel D. Rippeteau

1972

• Winchton Leamon Risley

1943

• John Warren Ritch

1870

• Dahlen K. Ritchey

1966

P. Richard Rittelmann

1987

James W. Ritter

1991

• Robert Alonzo Ritterbush

1969

• Richard Ellison Ritz

1987

Rolando Rivas-Camp

2005

Miguel A. Rivera Agosto

2014

David Mark Riz

2016

I. Lloyd Roark

1963

• E. Donald Robb

1939

Jacob Robbins

1975

Darryl Thomas Roberson

1976

Philippe Robert

1993

Eric M. Roberts

2022

• Joseph J. Roberto

1985

Alfred C. W. Roberts

1989

Allen D. Roberts

2017

Gregory L. Roberts

2009

• Hugh Roberts

1923

• J. W. Roberts

1889

Percy ‘Rebel’ Roberts III • Reginald H. Roberts

433

invested

2016 1963

III c

1944

• Arthur Neal Robinson

1952

David W. Robinson

2018

• C. David Robinson

1992

Harry Granville Robinson, III y

1990

• Hilyard R. Robinson

1984

J. Todd Robinson

2018

• John Beverly Robinson

1910

• Joseph W. Robinson, Sr.

1995

Julia Williams Robinson

2014

• Leoni W. Robinson

1889

• W. G. Robinson

1889

Miguel Angel Roca

1985

• Kevin Roche g

1993

• Martin Roche

1889

Ron Rochon

2015

Garth Carl Rockcastle

1998

• George T. Rockrise

1963

Kurt A. Rockstroh

2012

• Burton Lowe Rockwell

David Rockwell • Matthew Laflin Rockwell

Mark Roddy • Harry E. Rodman

1967 2015 1968 2014 1964

Kenneth Alan Rodrigues

1995

Miguel Angel Rodriguez

2010 1998

Sian Roberts

2014

• T. A. Roberts

1874

Ismael Mario Rodriguez Garcia

Derry Menzies Robertson

1996

Francisco Javier

Donna V. Robertson

2006

Rodríguez-Suárez

2019

James M. Robertson

2010

Susan T. Rodriquez

2003

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

Carl D. Roehling

1998

• Burton Romberger

1960

J Lee Rofkind

2022

James Gus Rome

1994

• Edward John Romieniec

1972

• Kenneth W. Roehrig

1969

Chester E. Roemer

1987

John Ronan

2014

• Robert S. Roeschlaub

1900

Benjamin T. Rook

1995

Ralph Joseph Roesling, II

1998

• Chester Orville Root

1960

Roland Gommel Roessner

1968

• John Wellborn Root

1887

William Roger

2015

• John Wellborn Root g

1937

Robert W. Root

1994

Archibald Coleman Rogers p

1967

• Clarence Henry Rosa

1966

Candid Rogers

2018

Richard M. Rosan

1991

David E Rogers

2012

Bill E. Roschen

2010

D. Wayne Rogers

2020

Charles Rose

2015

• George B. Rogers

1941

Peter Rose

2016

James G. Rogers, II

1991

• Thomas Leslie Rose

1934

• James G. Rogers, III

1997

William A. Rose, Jr. c

1981

• James Gamble Rogers

1934

J Lee Rofkind

2022

• James S. Rogers

1889

Alan Rosen

1984

• John B. Rogers

1979

Manuel Rosen Morrison

1977

John D. Rogers, Jr.

1985

John H. Rogers

2008

Jeffrey M. Rosenblum

2010

John W. Rogers

2013

Michael Rosenfeld

2008

• Louis P. Rogers

1889

• Norman Rosenfeld

1994

Richard Rogers

1984

• Isadore Rosenfield

1967

Robert M. Rogers

2008

• Alfred Paist Rosenheim

1889

• S. W. Rogers

1870

• Gilbert A. Rosenthal

2006

• Wendy Sullock Rogers

2014

• Sol Rosenthal

1956

Mark Rohde

2017

• Burton L. Roslyn

2011

Anthony G. Rohr

2017

• Albert Sidney Ross

1957

Craig W. Roland

1984

• Edgar B. Ross

1995

• Walter Thomas Rolfe

1947

• John Raymond Ross

1980

Ann Merideth Rolland

2016

• John W. Ross

1889

1978

Ken L. Ross, Jr.

2002

1992

Michael Franklin Ross

2006

• Mario T. Romanach

Byron Foster Romanowitz

434

invested

aia college of fellows

• Arthur Rosenblatt

1982


invested

• William L. Ross

1889

• H. Dean Rowe

1985

Thomas Roszak

2020

• H. L. Rowe

1889

Carol Ross Barney

1992

Judith L. Rowe

1993

1974

• Daniel Rowen

2003

• James S. Rossant

A. Guillermo Rossell

1960

Ralph Thomas Rowland

1980

1955

Reese Rowland

2014

Louis A. (Gino) Rossetti

1975

• John Miles Rowlett

1969

Matthew L. Rossetti

2012

Zigmund Rubel

2018

1989

Albert W. Rubeling Jr. c

1993

Thomas J. Rossiter

2004

John Ruble

1997

Bill Rostenberg

2001

James Ronald Rucker

1982

Thomas Roszak

2020

J. William Rudd

1995

• Arthur Rotch

1883

Heinz K. Rudolf

2004

• Alfred Roth

1966

• Charles Rudolph

1889

• Frederick G. Roth

1964

• Paul M. Rudolph

1970

• George Frederic Roth, Jr.

1983

• Emil G. Rueckert

1889

Harold Roth c

1982

• Gordon E. Ruehl

1986

Herbert B. Roth

2007

• P. W. Ruehl

1889

• Richard Roth, Sr.

1968

Evett J. Ruffcorn

1997

Richard Roth, Jr.

1983

John A. Ruffo

1998

Edward N. Rothe

1988

Wayne Ruga

2012

Rona G. Rothenberg

2008

William T Ruhl

2019

• Louis Rossetti

• Aldo Rossi

Martha Leibowitz Rothman 1992 Richard Rothman • Bernard B. Rothschild c k

Daniel K. Rothschild • Bernard Rothzeid

1997 1966

• Herman Otto Ruhnau

1974

Federico Ruiz-Guinazu

1961

• Charles G. Rummel

1986

2022

George Peter Loyd Rumpel

1979

1979

Joseph P. Ruocco

2023

Maurice Emile Henri Rotival 1964

435

invested

• Lloyd Anthony Ruocco

1974

Michael Rotondi

1997

William W. Rupe

1992

Lauren L. Rottet

1998

Dennis E. Rupert

2006

Cyril Frederick Thomas Rounthwaite

Alissa D. Rupp

2017

1973

• Howland Russe

1889

Michael T. Roush

2022

• Ernest J. Russell p

1909

• Geoffrey Arthur Rowe

1986

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Frederick A. Russell

1915


invested

• George Vernon Russell

1958

James S. Russell

2010

• T. Trip Russell

1967

Mary Elizabeth Rusz

2019

• Charles Hercules Rutan

1889

Ye Rutang

1997

Walter A. Rutes

1980

H. Mark Ruth

1994

Gregory L. Rutledge

2020

Harry R. Rutledge

2001

• Aarno E. Ruusuvuori

1982

William Ryall

2016

• A. Bailey Ryan

1970

Roger N. Ryan

1980

Mark J. Ryan

2022

Witold Rybczynski

1993

James E. Rydeen

1994

• Donald P. Ryder

1984

S Wolf Saar • Eero Saarinen g

1952

• Eliel Saarinen g

1943

Joan L. Saba

2015

Pascale Sablan

2021

• William Warren Sabin

436

2018

1894

Werner Sabo

1997

William Q. Sabatini

2016

Lisa C. Sachs

2012

Harold G. Sadler

1976

Moshe Safdie g

1996

Jennifer Sage

2014

Gulsun Saglamer

2006

Richard Joachim Sahl

1980

aia college of fellows

invested

Porie Saikia

2020

Junzo Sakakura

1967

Dean S. Sakamoto

2010

Carol S. Sakata

1993

Constantine N. Sakellar

2019

• Nicholas G. Sakellar

1986

• Raj Saksena

1993

Patricia Saldana Natke

2018

Tania S. Salgado

2018

Lee E. Salin

2019

David D. Salmela

2002

John P. Salmen

2017

• Christine Fahringer Salmon

F. Cuthbert Salmon

1978 1978

• Rogelio Salmona

2006

• Frederick W. Salogga

1972

• Stanley Salzman

1974

German Samper Gnecco

1974

George A. Sample

1983

Hilary M. Sample

2021

• Nathaniel W. Sample

1974

Peter Samton

1975

Michael M. Samuelian

2016

Danny M. Samuels

1991

Thomas R. Samuels

2000

Sten Olov Samuelson

1984

Tomas Jose Sanabria

1976

Brenda A. Sanchez

2012

Gil A. Sanchez

1989

Hans K. Sander

1976

• George H. Sanders

1881

James Sanders

2021

James J. Sanders

1993

Joel A. Sanders

2019


invested

Mario L. Schack

1980

John Lynch Sanders

2018

Kenneth D. Sanders

2002

• Kenneth Miller Schaefer

1976

Linda W. Sanders

1994

• Robert J. Schaefer

1981

• Walter Sanders

1963

Robert J. Schaeffner

2015

• Joseph Sands

1857

Cathi L. Schar

2021

• Julius S. Sandstedt

1967

Mark Arthur Schmieding

2020

Donald Sandy, Jr.

1978

Walter Schamu

1994

Earl Santee

2014

Cathi L. Schar

2021

Martin Santini

2002

• J. H. Scharm

1889

Adele Naude Santos t

1996

• George Frederick Schatz

1967

Carlos R. Sanz

1972

Mark Schatz

2008

1974

Mark L. Schatz

2019

1989

Clemens Bruns Schaub

2018

• Charles M. Sappenfield

Angel C. Saqui, II • Donald Kenneth Sargent

1955

• L. J. Schaub

1889

Victor Saroki

2000

David G. Scheatzle

1998

Alberto Sartoris

1985

James A. Scheeler k

1974

Takeo Satow

1973

Brenda Case Scheer

2014

1967

• William Hunt Scheick

1965

Louis Sauer

1973

• Harry Irvin Schenck

1954

Louis R. Saur

1995

Mark Schendel

2022

Thomas Savory

2018

Jeffery Scherer

1998

• Franklin J.H. Sawtelle

1889

• Adolph Scherrer

1889

• Philip Sawyer

1910

• Robert William Sawyer

1979

• Henry Hodgman Saylor k

1951

Gotthilf Goetz Schierle

1993

Peter M. Saylor

1983

Arthur A. Schiller

1964

• William J. Sayward

1926

John Scacchetti

1963

Sam Scaccia

1997

• Henry W. Schirmer k

1981

Joseph J. Scalabrin

1989

Anthony P. Schirripa

2010

Molly M. Scanlon

2014

• Don P. Schlegel

1983

• John Henry Scarff

1945

• B. Frank Schlesinger

1970

Lawrence Scarpa g

2010

Jon R. Schleuning

1984

Walter Schacht

2013

Todd H. Schliemann

2002

• Nicholas Satterlee

437

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

David W. Schervish • William Schickel

• Hans J. Schiller

Kurt C. Schindler

2002 1894

1996 2013


invested

invested

• John I. Schlossman

1979

• Norman J. Schlossman c

1951

Stephen Schreiber

• Frank J. Schlotter

1895

Douglas Frederick Schroeder 1981

Roger L. Schluntz c

1996

Kenneth A. Schroeder

1991

William J. Schmalz

2015

Timothy Ray Schroeder

2023

Mildred F. Schmertz

1977

John H. Schruben

1972

1960

Peter Schubert

2013

• Robert Watson Schmertz

• Detlef Schreiber

Joanna Schmickel

2022

• William H. Schuchardt

Edwin Schmidt

2018

• George Arthur Douglas

Fred C. Schmidt

1993

• Lorentz Schmidt

1951

• Mott B. Schmidt

1939

• Richard E. Schmidt

1906

Wayne S. Schmidt

1985

Mark Arthur Schmieding

2020

R. Christian Schmitt

1999

Gene Schnair

2008

• Charles S. Schneider

1926

Herbert William Schneider

1976

Rick H. Schneider

2021

• T. F. Schneider

1889

Michael Schnoering

2016

Lawrence J. Schnuck

2022

• Leonard Max Schober

1982

Thomas J Schoeman

2019

Richard Schoen

1983

• Walter Scholer

1960

Walter Scholer, Jr.

1967

• John P. Schooley

1995

Anne Schopf

2007

Barnett Paul Schorr

1991

Charles F. Schrader

1991

David L. Schrader

2020

Charles L. Schreckenberger

2018

Schuett

aia college of fellows

2004

1915 1977

Dawn R. Schuette

2014

Helmut C. Schulitz

1997

• Robert J. Schultz

1974

• Leonard Schultze

1948

Bradley D. Schulz

2010

Michael N. Schuster

2008

Steven C. Schultz

2022

• Steven D. Schuster

2011

George Van Fossen Schwab

1969

• Harvey A. Schwab

1952

• Edward E. Schwabe

1892

• John Strubing Schwacke

1934

Mark A. Schwamel

2023

Karl Schwanzer

1967

• Frederic David Schwartz

2005

Kenneth Schwartz

2001

Kenneth Emery Schwartz

1979

Neal J.Z. Schwartz

2020

Robert Schwartz

2000

Robert W. Schwartz

2012

Warren R. Schwartz

1995

Alan Schwartzman

1976

• Daniel Schwartzman k

1960

Neal J.Z. Schwartz • Herman J. Schwartzmann

438

1998

2020 1876


invested

2004

Paul Segal

1986

• Charles F. Schweinfurth

1889

David J. Segmiller

2016

• Julius Schweinfurth

1925

Lawrence P. Segrue

1986

Roland Schweitzer

2006

Vijay Sehgal

2020

• Nils Mark Schweizer

1972

Aaron B. Schwarz

• Edward J. Seibert

1998

Katherine Schwennsen p

2002

S. Alexander Seidel

1998

Charles E. Schwing p

1977

William David Seider

2013

Alan D. Sclater

1998

Harry Seidler

1966

• Levi T. Scofield

1870

Nick E. Seierup

2006

Alan Scott

2011

• Solis Seiferth

Jack Randall Seitsinger

1960 2015

• Arthur H. Scott

1889

David M. Scott

1974

• Fitzhugh Scott

1948

Gregory J. Scott

2017

• Robert I. Selby

2004

1889

Larry D. Self

1990

1972

Theodore Seligson

1979

• Wallie Eugene Scott, Jr.

1972

Annabelle M. Selldorf

2009

William Wilcox Scott

1984

David E. Sellers

2017

• Louie Lorraine Scribner

1965

• Horace Wells Sellers

1912

Willard M. Scribner

2004

• Bruce M. Sellery

1996

Adolph R. Scrimenti

1967

John M. Sellery

2018

• John Scott

Michael Scott

439

invested

• Roger M. Seitz

Bruce W. Sekanick

2017

• Der Scutt

1992

• Jim W. Sealy

1993

Dale E. Selzer

1984

Linda Searl

1995

Martha Turpin Seng

2009

• Henry R. Searle

1868

John C. Senhauser

1995

James E. Searle

1968

Ronald S. Senseman

1966

• Williard T. Sears

1889

• Leon B. Senter

1957

Harry W. Seckel

1967

• Jerome M. Seracuse

1984

Thomas James Sedgewick

1975

Diane Serber

1980

Walter Sedovic

2010

Nick Serfass

2018

Jack F. See, Jr.

2009

J. Francisco Serrano

2001

• Milton See

1890

Gabriel Serrano Camargo

1965

• Edgar V. Seeler

1900

• Josep Luis Sert g

1965

Jonathan Segal

2003

Barbara A. Sestak

2015

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• Francis Bernard Sellew

1982

1964


invested

1997

• Overton Shelmire

1983

1960

• Sidney M. Shelov

1991

Mark P. Sexton

2006

Ted Shelton

2013

• Robert Ellis Sexton

1980

Theresa Sheils

2022

Betty-Lee Seydler-Hepworth 1999

Robert L. Shemwell

2006

Vassilis C. Sgoutas

2000

Carol Shen

1993

Adam M. Shalleck

2015

• Haigo T.H. Shen

2000

Jeremy R. Shannon

2023

• John V. Sheoris

1973

Arieh Sharon

1970

Herschel E. Shepard

1979

• Robert Sharp

1889

Peter Faulkner Shepheard

1974

Stephen L. Sharp

2018

Leslie L. Shepherd

2012

Richard Sharpe

1970

• George Foster Shepley

1889

John A. Sharratt

1987

• Henry Richardson Shepley

1936

• Henry Yeagley Shaub

1950

• Hugh Shepley

1972

• Alfred Shaw

1944

Mardelle McCuskey Shepley 2011

Bart Shaw

2019

Kimberly Sheppard

2016

• Esmond Shaw

1964

Rosa Sheng

2018

• George Russell Shaw

1889

C. Roxanne Sherbeck

2014

2013

Fredric Sherman

2012

Phillip K. Settecase • John Walter Severinghaus

George Shaw

440

invested

• Howard Van Doren Shaw g

1907

• Richard J. Shaw

1942

Patricia C. Sherman

1999

• Thomas Mott Shaw

1942

Roger Sherman

2020

• Will Shaw

1984

Troy Sherrard

2018

• Howell Lewis Shay

1951

• Thorne Sherwood

1959

James Shay

1999

Robert Shibley

2011

Brian Shea

2018

Takashi Shida

1995

Leo G. Shea

1978

James W. Shields

2010

Christopher N. Shears

2018

John R. Shields

2011

John R. Sheehan

2021

Roger Shiels

1995

John P. Sheehy

1991

Gracia Maria Shiffrin

2015

George C. Sheldon

1999

Tsutomu Shigemura

1997

J. Gregory Sheldon

2013

Masao Shiina

1998

Scott Shell

2010

Zheng Shiling

2002

Tully Shelley

2011

Joey Naruhiko Shimoda

2014

aia college of fellows

• Howard Charles Sherman

1976


invested

441

invested

Steven H. Shinn

2019

Paul Silver

1982

Thomas Stewart Shiner

2015

Robert H. Silver

1994

• Kazuo Shinohara

1988

Sandy Silverman

2017

Dan S. Shipley

2003

Henry N. Silvestri

1979

• S. V. Shipman

1887

Brian Sim

1994

Edward H. Shirley

1973

James W. Simeo

2021

Philip A. Shive

1988

Brad Simmons

2000

Steven M. Shiver

2015

Cathy J. Simon

1986

Carrie Glassman Shoemake

2011

• Grant Miles Simon

1951

Terry Shook

2009

Keith A. Simon

2022

William C. Shopsin

2001

• Louis A. Simon

1937

• William Hosley Short

1982

Lynn N. Simon

2009

• Richmond Harold Shreve p

1932

Mark Simon

1990

Ed Shriver, Jr.

2012

• George Patton Simonds

1965

• Evan H. Shu

2001

• Albert Simons

1934

Allan T. Shulman

2008

Daniel Simons

2019

George Whiteside Shupee

1977

Lawrence Simons

1989

• Philip Trammell Shutze

1951

Scott Simons

2016

• Edouard Sidel

1889

Soren Dahl Simonsen

2015

• Arthur F. Sidells

1989

Donal R. Simpson

1999

• Jack T. Sidener

1994

Grant A. Simpson

2004

Gary W. Siebein

2009

Robert T. Simpson, Jr.

1993

Paul G. Sieben

1996

Scott M. Simpson

1999

Henry I. Siegel

2004

• Henry Augustus Sims

1869

Lloyd H. Siegel

1978

Howard Francis Sims

1977

Robert H. Siegel

1991

• Joseph Patterson Sims

1950

Charles M. Sieger

1987

Jerome J. Sincoff

1992

Manuel de la Sierra-Amieva

1973

Antonio S. Sindiong

1961

Lloyd Sigal

2018

Donald Singer

1985

• Howard Sill

1926

E. Crichton Singleton

1991

James E. Silcott

2020

James Marion Singleton IV

2015

• Cyrus Edgar Silling

1952

• Heyward Schumpert Singley

1956

• James Lyman Silsbee

1887

• Charles S. Sink

1978

Carlos E. da Silva

1954

• John P.B. Sinkler

1918

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

Lorri D. Sipes

Adrian Devaun Smith

1985

• Allen George Siple

1969

• Adrian W. Smith

1892

• William H. Sippel, Jr.

1984

• Alfred Smith

1887

• Heikki Siren

1986

Anne Kolman Smith

2015

Kaija Siren

1986

Arthur F. Smith

1999

Louis Sirianni

2013

Baird M. Smith

2008

1889

Benjamin Lane Smith

1957

• H. E. Siter

442

2001

invested

Michael M. Sizemore

1986

• Hans Hartvig Skaarup

1976

Ronald L. Skaggs p c k

1986

George C. Skarmeas

2018

Carlton T. Smith

2012

• Albert E. Skeel

1913

Carolyn Jane Smith

2017

• Louis Skidmore g

1949

Cass C. Smith

2023

• John Llewellyn Skinner

1949

Charles Davis Smith

2018

• Norma Merrick Sklarek y

1980

Charles T. Smith

2022

• Bill D. Smith

Bruce Harry Smith • C. Ray Smith

1986 1967 1983

Gary L. Skog

1998

Lee H. Skolnick

2003

Christopher G. Smith

2004

Julie M. Skolnicki

2022

Christopher J. Smith

1990

Arthur M. Skolnik

1996

Nils Slaatto

1996

Colin L.M. Smith

1990

James J Slade

2016

Dana Kennish Smith

2008

Murray A. Slama

1980

• Darrell L. Smith

1997

Vladimir Slapeta

1992

• Delos Hamilton Smith

1952

Frank Slavsky

1974

Douglas Cole Smith

1982

• Chloethiel Woodard Smith

• Cole Smith

1960

1993

• John B. Slee

1926

• Eberle M. Smith

1961

• Harold Reeve Sleeper

1949

Edward F. Smith

2000

• Frank Robert Slezak

1965

• Eric W. Smith, Jr.

1964

• Samuel Sloan

1869

Fleming W. Smith, Jr.

1988

• S. Gifford Slocum

1889

• Francis Palmer Smith

1942

Rael D. Slutsky

2021

Frank Folsom Smith

1996

• G. Milton Small, Sr.

1963

• G. E. Kidder Smith

1959

• Philip Lindsley Small

1948

Gabriel Smith

2015

Clifton Murray Smart, Jr.

1990

• George H. Smith

1889

Saul C. Smiley

1977

aia college of fellows

Hamilton P. Smith

1974


invested

• Harvey Partridge Smith

1960

Robert R. Smith

2020

• Harwood K. Smith

1984

Stephen A. Smith

2022

• Herbert L. Smith, Jr.

1985

Stephen B. Smith

1997

• Herbert Livingston Smith, III

1967

• Sydney Smith

1887

• Hilliard Thomas Smith, Jr.

1970

Sylvia J. Smith

2009

• Howard Dwight Smith

1945

• T. Clayton Smith

1982

• Irving Gardner Smith

1954

Tyler Smith

1993

• Ivan H. Smith

1968

Whitney R. Smith

1957

• J. C. Smith

1889

• William Crawford Smith

1884

• Jack Bass Smith

1950

• William Jones Smith

1935

Jason E. Smith

2020

Z Smith

2018

• James Kellum Smith

1944

• G. Scott Smitherman

1965

• Joe Frazer Smith

1948

• Louis Philippe Smithey

1954

• John R. Smith

1996

• J. L. Smithmeyer

1886

• Joseph N. Smith, III

1972

Kenneth R. Smith

2000

• David I. Smotrich

1993

1964

Neil H. Smull

1993

• Lester W. Smith

Linn Charles Smith

443

invested

1962

Henry Smith-Miller

• Ross Lloyd Snedaker

2014

1965

• Linus Burr Smith

1967

• Livingston Smith

1940

Macon S. Smith

1972

Richard Wilson Snibbe

1969

Michael E. Smith

2002

Sheila K. R. Snider

2000

Michael J. Smith

2022

• Samuel Booth Snook

1895

Michael John Smith

2008

• Thomas Edward Snook, Jr.

1926

Kevin G. Sneed • George Snell

2017 1857

• Moreland Griffith Smith

1961

Julie V. Snow

1999

• Mortimer L. Smith

1889

Sam T. Snowden, Jr.

2002

• Neill Smith

1970

• C. B. J. Snyder

1905

• Nelson Smith

1956

• J. Rowland Snyder

1967

• Oliver C. Smith

1889

• Wahl John Snyder

1959

• Perry Coke Smith

1950

William E. Snyder

2002

Peter G. Smith

2017

Steven K. Sobel

2014

• Robert Calhoun Smith

1979

Walter Howard Sobel

1967

• Robert Fitch Smith

1960

Jaime E. Sobrino

2020

• Stanley Albert Smith

1954

Linda Sobuta

2007

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

H. David Sokoloff

1982

Ignasi de Sola-Morales Rubio

1995

Lourdes Solera

2012

Roy J. Solfisburg

1983

Arlen M. Solochek

2014

Daniel Solomon

1982

Richard Solomon

1996

Stuart B. Solomon

1988

Ed Soltero

2016

• Dewey Anderson Somdal

James H. Somes, Jr.

1995

Michael R. Somin

2013

Kalavati Somvanshi

2017

Hak Sik Son

2000

Traci Dawn Sooter

2018

Joan M. Soranno

2010

• Juan Sordo Madaleno

1976

• Lee Sorey

1963

Suman Sorg

2002

• Raphael S. Soriano

1962

John R. Sorrenti c

1996

Natividad (Nati) Soto

2015

Christian B. Sottile

2023

Charles B. Soule

1974

• Winsor Soule

444

1955

1940

Stephen R. Souter

2008

Pauline M. Souza

2020

invested

Murat Soygenis

2019

Barbara E. Spandorf

2020

Wayne E. Spangler

1987

John Sparano

2015

Jonathan Scott Sparer

2018

Marvin J. Sparn

1996

• Sumner Spaulding

1939

Joseph Spear

2007

Laurinda H. Spear

1992

• George Spearl

1940

Beverly B. Spears

2002

Lawrence W. Speck t

1995

Marc B. Spector

`2019

Michael Harris Spector

1988

• Eldridge Ted Spencer

1950

James G. Spencer

2019

John H. Spencer p

1983

• Robert C. Spencer, Jr.

1909

• Joseph E. Sperry

1923

JP Spickler

2017

Ross G. Spiegel

2007

Kurt G. Spiering

2017

• Tomas H. Spiers, Jr.

1996

Pat Yates Spillman

1969

Robert A. Spillman

1997

• Harold Theodore Spitznagel

1959

Jonathan C. Spodek

2015

Robert M. Sponseller

2020

• Donald E. Sporleder

1994

Joseph G. Sprague

1995

Ronald B. Sprague

2023

• Louis Feno Southerland, Jr.

1956

Richard Willet Southwick

2008

Michael Southworth

1995

Eduardo Souto de Moura

2007

Randy M. Sovich

2022

Kent Fitzgerald Spreckelmeyer

2000

Edward Anders Sovik

1967

Paul D. Spreiregen

1977

• George Swiler Sowden

1971

aia college of fellows


invested

1973

• Robert Stead

1889

• George Wesley Sprinkle

1977

• John Goddard Stearns

1894

• William Bradford Sprout, Jr.

1971

Russell Lee Stecker

1971

Everett G. Spurling, Jr.

1979

• H. Morgan Stedman

1975

Steven L. Spurlock

2012

Alyson Steele

2020

Boris Srdar

2015

Harland Steele

1961

Friedrich G. St.Florian

2008

Mark W. Steele

2001

Dennis William Stacy

1998

Robert Steele

2018

Richard Stacy

2008

• William L. Steele

1918

Sean M. Stadler

2020

Terry D. Steelman

2009

• Alfred M. Staehli

1992

John E. Stefany

1976

• James Edgar Stageberg

1977

• Edwin T. Steffian

1969

Laura F. Stagner

2021

• Peter Steffian

1988

• Frederick A. Stahl

1973

• Charles W. Steger

1990

• Richard P. Stahl

1996

Douglas L. Steidl p

1999

Raymond F. Stainback, Jr.

1982

Carl Stein

1985

Dennis E. Stallings

2014

• Clarence S. Stein g

1934

Duffy Brock Stanley

1999

• Joseph Stein

1969

Lars Aiken Stanley

2010

William Johnson Stanley, III y c

1998

Jane M. Stansfeld

1993

• A. Glenn Stanton p

Bernard P. Spring

Morris A. Stein

2002

• Richard G. Stein

1969

William Stein

2008

Goodwin B. Steinberg

1982

1949

Harris M. Steinberg

2006

• Henry Francis Stanton

1944

Robert T. Steinberg

1996

Michael J. Stanton p

1991

Peter Steinbrueck

2006

1972

• Victor Steinbrueck

1963

Jonathan N. Stark

2014

Randy A. Steiner

2020

Stanley Stark

2005

Ralph Steinglass

1992

Bruce R. Starkweather

2009

Henry Steinhardt

1979

• Merritt H. Starkweather

1968

Douglas E. Steinman, Jr.

1972

Earl M. Starnes

1973

Ron M. Stelmarski

2022

Frank A. Stasiowski

1995

James Alan Stenhouse

1976

Donald Joseph Stastny

1997

Donald J. Stephens

1976

• Robert Stanton

• John F. Staub

Edmund P. Stazicker

445

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

1941 2007

• Harry Thornton Stephens

1926


invested

Arthur Stephenson

1964

Michael Jay Stepner

1992

Erin Sterling Lewis

2020

• Leon Stern

Robert A.M. Stern t

1984

• William F. Stern

1997

• Harry Sternfeld

1951

• John Stetson

1963

• Edward F. Stevens

1923

• J. D. Stevens

1873

• J. Walter Stevens

1893

Tod R. Stevens

2022

• John Calvin Stevens

1889

• Louis Stevens

1927

Preston Stevens, Jr.

446

1925

1976

• Preston Standish Stevens

1958

• Robert W. Stevens

1979

Tod R. Stevens

2022

• Harvey Stevenson

1950

James M. Stevenson

1997

Josiah Stevenson

2014

Michael G. Stevenson

2013

• W. Cecil Steward p

1983

• Emlyn L. Stewardson

1916

Belinda Stewart

2013

• Donald J. Stewart

1962

R. K. Stewart p

2001

• William Stewart

1870

William W. Stewart

1995

Frederick Gordon Stickel

1971

Ione R. Stiegler

2012

• Clarence L. Stiles

1889

• Erle G. Stillwell

1942

• David L. Stine

1885

aia college of fellows

invested

• James Stirling

1976

Christiano Stockler das Neves

1957

Sherwood Beach Stockwell

1979

Gueorgui Stoilov

1984

Claude Stoller

1968

Sidney Lloyd Stolte

1962

• Gustave Stolze

1889

Henry K. Stolzman

2007

Winifred A. Stopps

2022

• Alfred Stone

1876

• Edward Durrell Stone

1958

• Oskar Stonorov

1959

• Charles Morse Stotz

1956

• Edward Stotz

1913

Jeffrey C. Stouffer

2016

• Howard A. Stout

1944

Randall P. Stout

2003

Neal P. Stowe

1993

H. Thurber Stowell

1979

Neil E. Strack

2001

Eric D. Strain

2020

Larry Strain

2007

Ronald Albert Straka k

1977

• Allen John Strang

1967

Max Wilson Strang

2016

Michael J. Stransky

1993

• S. V. Stratton

1889

• William Buck Stratton

1910

• Calvin C. Straub

1969

Frank Straub

1983

• Carl A. Strauss

1964

Mark E. Strauss

2004

Norris Strawbridge

2008

John R. Street, Jr.

1979


invested

Carrie Strickland • Charles Rutan Strickland

1963

• William Strippelman

1889

Arthur V. Strock

1994

Michael Strogoff

2010

Dean Strombom

2018

• Walter Stromquist

1972

Carl L. Strona

2006

Norman Strong

2004

• Carl F. Struck

1889

• Hugh Asher Stubbins, Jr.

1960

Sidney W. Stubbs, Jr.

1990

Anne T. Sullivan

2014

• Francis Paul Sullivan

1939

Gail M Sullivan

2016

John P. Sullivan

2001

Kevin B. Sullivan

2012

• Louis H. Sullivan g

1889

• Maurice Joseph Sullivan

1951

• Patrick M. Sullivan

1998

Terence J. Sullivan

2020

• Thomas Sully

1889

• John D. Sulton

1982

• Gene Rudolph Summers

1972

• John Newenham

• Guy Study

1940

• Donald L. Stull

1981

Karl W. Stumpf

2019

Amanda Sturgeon

2013

Richard Sundberg

1996

• John H. Sturgis

1864

Donald R. Sunshine

1997

• R. Clipston Sturgis p

1891

Timo Suomalainen

2000

• Robert Shaw Sturgis

1971

Eugene L. Surber

1994

• Russell Sturgis

1865

Sarah Susanka

2005

Tricia Stuth

2017

James Susman

2018

• Louis F. Stutz

1896

• John Sutcliffe

1889

Joseph A. Stypka

2016

• Charles Richard Sutton

1980

Gin Djib Su

1968

Sharon E. Sutton y

1995

Abby Patricia Suckle

2006

George Suyama

1993

• James Stewart Sudler

1979

Robert J. Svedberg

2018

Erik Sueberkrop

1994

Phillip Barry Svigals

2007

James M. Suehiro

2009

Vernon D. Swaback

2001

Hchioh Sang Sueng

2002

James Arthur Swackhamer

1970

1971

Eugene C. Swager

1976

Michio Sugawara

2002

Joy D. Swallow

2011

John W. Sugden

1986

• Arch B. Swank, Jr.

1970

Douglas R. Suisman

1999

• Albert Homer Swanke

1977

Edward Sullam

1972

• J. Robert F. Swanson

1968

• Marvin D. Suer

447

2018

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Summerson

1973

Alan R. Sumner

1984

• Paul P. Sun

1985


invested

Rebecca Boswell Swanston • Egerton Swartwout

2011 1914

Charles Swartz

2017

David Louis Swartz

2017

• William Albert Swasey

1897

Robert Michael Swatt

1992

• John D. Sweeney

1966

L. Brooke Sween-McGloin

2007

Mark G. Swenson

2008

Earl S. Swensson

1985

Allen Swerdlowe

2016

Richard Nelson Swett

2000

Stephen T. Swicegood

2003

Herbert Hillhouse Swinburne 1961 Don A. Swofford

2002

Douglas Bryan Sydnor

2011

John Mark Syvertsen

1999

Yvonne Szeto

2010

Philip Louis Szostak

2009

t William Benjamin Tabler

1961

John Howard Tabor

2017

• Edgar Tafel

448

1986

invested

Ronald H. Tan

1993

Ted Tokio Tanaka

1994

J.J. Tang

2017

• Kenzo Tange g

1963

• Alan Y. Taniguchi y

1972

Yoshio Taniguchi

1996

Joseph D. Tanney

2020

Kim Tanzer

2011

Virginia Ward Tanzmann

1992

• Charles Reilly Tapley

1979

A. Anthony Tappé

1980

John Tarantino

2001

• Peter Tarapata

1966

• H. Harold Tarleton, Jr.

1980

• Herbert Madison Tatum

1954

Joseph Gabriele Tattoni

2015

• Charles C. Taylor

1896

• Crombie Taylor

1975

D. Coder Taylor

1969

• Eugene Hartwell Taylor

1889

• Gray Taylor

1971

• Harwood Taylor

1966

• Isaac S. Taylor

1889

• James Knox Taylor

1889

Marilyn Jordon Taylor

1998

Marvin L. Taff

1999

Paulett Taggart

2007

Edward K. Takahashi

2001

Richard L. Taylor, Jr.

1987

Shin Takamatsu

1995

Rives T. Taylor

2008

Ray Takata

1991

Minoru Takeyama

1993

Walter Q. Taylor

1997

• Francis T. Taliaferro

1975

William Maxwell Taylor

2011

• Thomas E. Tallmadge

1923

Walton R. Teague

2012

• Wallace Gleed Teare

1975

• Thomas H. Teasdale c

1980

Janet A. Tam

2019

Keat C. Tan

2015

aia college of fellows

• R. E. Lee Taylor

• Walter Andrews Taylor

1938

1957


invested

• Joseph F. Thomas

1970

Warren A. Techentin

2020

Otto John Teegen

1953

Karen Hargarther Thomas

2018

Marc Teer

2020

Val Thomas

2003

Thomas A. Teft

1857

• Walter Horstmann Thomas

1930

German Tellez

1978

• Maurice Thominet

1986

Douglas Teiger

2021

• Benjamin Thompson g

1975

Scott C. Teixeira

2021

Charles K. Thompson

2012

1913

David Vere Thompson

2011

• Seth J. Temple

Anders Tengbom

1978

• Elisabeth Kendall Thompson 1968

Robert Tennenbaum

2013

• George W. Thompson

1889

Jerry R. Tepe

2002

• H. C. Thompson

1889

Kermit Duncan Thompson

2018

• Toshikazu Terasawa

1985

• Clinton Charles Ternstrom

1968

• Eliah Terrell

1889

Larry Dennis Thompson

2017

Roland Terry

1980

Maryann Thompson

2008

Kirk Teske

2015

Milo H. Thompson

1984

Robert L. Tessier

1987

• Raymond S. Thompson

1989

Paul-Andre Tetreault

1995

Richard Thompson

2007

David J. Thaddeus

2019

Robert Lewis Thompson

1993

B. Carroll Tharp

1985

Rolland Dinwiddie Thompson

1974

• Rufus Thompson

1889

• Warren D. Thompson

1991

Charles B. Thomsen

1979

• S. J. F. Thayer

1871

Robert P. Theel

2016

• Paul A. Thiry c

1951

• John H. Thodos

2010

• Andrew J. Thomas

1932

• Arthur Elliott Thomas

1950

• L. S. Thompson

• Andrew Grierson Thomson

Duane Thorbeck

1890

1896 1984

• F. G. Thorn

1876

2006

Karl Thorne

1998

1909

• Alfred H. Thorp

1889

1982

• Roy Norman Thorshov

1974

• Glen Herbert Thomas

1957

Oswald H. Thorson

1965

• Harlan Thomas

1935

George Thrush

2005

1993

• Ngo-Viet Thu

1962

• James Lee Thomas

1989

Brian Tibbs

2023

• John Rochester Thomas

1876

John P. Tice, Jr.

2001

Dorwin Arthur Jackson Thomas • Douglas H. Thomas, Jr.

Downing Allison Thomas

James Byron Thomas

449

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows


invested

450

invested

Cory M. Ticktin

2015

David Daniel Tomber

2012

• Stanley Tigerman t

1973

• James E. Tomblinson

1980

Patrick J. Tighe

2011

Brad A. Tomecek

2023

Douglas Ashley Tilden

2016

Joel A. Tomei

2015

• George Thomas Tilden

1889

• Eric Tomich

2018

• Guy Tilden

1889

Patrick C. Tillett

1996

Steven Land Tillotson

2015

• Edward L. Tilton

1908

• John N. Tilton

1889

James Timberlake

1998

• Robert M. Timme

1991

Leslie D. Tincknell

1996

Michael E. Tingley

2020

• William Tinsely

1871

Glen A. Tipton

2002

Benedetto Tiseo

2010

James D. Tittle c k

1984

Danforth Wallace Toan

1974

Phillip Edmonds Tobey

1998

Calvin J. Tobin

1985

Logic Tobola, II

1992

Anderson Todd

1972

David Fenton Michie Todd

1968

Thomas Abbott Todd

1980

H Ruth Todd

2012

Fred S. Toguchi

1983

• Albert Toledano

1889

Lee E. Tollefson

2003

Douglas Tom

2011

Henry Tom

2018

Bruce Toman

2017

• John Tomassi

1995

Ronald J. Tomasso

2018

Alexandros N. Tombazis

1991

aia college of fellows

James (Jay) Christopher Tomlinson

2013

Richard F. Tomlinson, II

2005

• John Almy Tompkins, II

1930

Frank Tomsick

1976

• Luben N. Tonev

1975

• Henry Johnston Toombs

1949

Sara Topelson de Grinberg • G. M. Torgerson

Jose J. Toro • Osvaldo L. Toro

1992 1889 2020 1967

Juan Torres Higueras

1984

L. Azeo Torre

2017

Mario Jaime Torroella

2013

John Francis Torti

2001

Mark J. Tortorich

2001

Bradley C. Touchstone

2020

Coulson Tough

1998

Theodore Todd Touloukian 2023 • Harry Bird Tour

1959

Marion Tournon-Branly

1979

Pamela M. Touschner

2008

Sean Towne

2018

• F. B. Townsend

1889

• Dennis T. Toyomura

1983

Victor F. Trahan

2006

• Jack Durkee Train k

1968

Monroe Kirk Train

2011

Nancy Rogo Trainer

2012

• Oliver G. Traphagen

1889


invested

Peter M. Trapolin

2017

• Thomas B. Tucker

1982

Charles Leroy Travis, III

2015

• James Speed Tuley

1984

Jack Travis

2004

Jimmie E. Tucker

2019

• Kivas Tully

1890

• Samuel Atwater Treat

1889

Karl Edward Treffinger

1976

Richard L. Tully

1974

Kenneth Treister

1991

• Mace Tungate, Jr.

1967

Thomas J. Trenolone

2021

Emanuel N. Turano

1970

David F. Trevino

2015

Steven Richard Turckes

2017

Michael Tribble

2000

John Gordon Turnbull

1995

David M. Trigiani

1985

Michael G. Turnbull

2005

• R. Maurice Trimble

1926

• William Turnbull, Jr.

1976

Andrew James Trivers

2011

Bryan Turner

2018

William Henry Trogdon

1980

Bryce A. Turner

2016

• Michael F. Trostel

1989

• Burnett C. Turner

1970

• Richard Wilfred Trott

1982

Ronald F. Turner

2005

• Breck Trowbridge

1906

Susan Doreen Turner

2016

Mark E. Trier

2022

Thomas Patrick Turner

1992

LeRoy S. Troyer

1993

• William Kay Turner

1986

• Wayne J. Troyer

2017

• E. Hill Turnock

1926

2014

Wilbur H. Tusler, Jr.

1990

• Wilbur Tyson Trueblood

1936

• Wilbur Henry Tusler

1953

John James Truemper, Jr.

1980

• William Burnett Tuthill

1895

William H. Truex, Jr.

2001

Ursula Twombly

2019

David Owen Tryba

2004

Timothy R. Twomey

2012

• Thomas Tryon

1892

Ilene R. Tyler

2001

Calvin Tsao

2007

James Leslie Tyler

1994

Bernard Tschumi

2008

• Robert Tyler

1977

Chiu Lin Tse-Chan

2001

• W. H. Tyndall

1889

Charles N. Tseckares

1986

• Anne Griswold Tyng

1975

Edward T. M. Tsoi

1995

• William Wallace Tyrie

1932

• Joseph Tuchman

1968

Seab A. Tuck, III

1998

Bryan Kerr Trubey

451

invested

• Jack R. Tucker

1995

Edward Tucker

2018

Marcus R. Tucker

1982

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

u • Shozo Uchii

Frederico A. Ugarte

1982 1958


invested

Lennart Uhlin

1977

Edward K. Uhlir

1990

Grant Uhlir

2018

Kenneth A. Underwood

1993

• Dean Frederick Unger

1982

Roberta M. Unger

2003

• DeNorval Unthank

1980

Thomas Hayne Upchurch

2014

• Hobart B. Upjohn

1930

• Richard Upjohn p

1857

• Max O. Urbahn p

1966

Paul Urbanek

2012

David Urschel

2018

Kevin B. Utsey

2013

Edouard Utudjian

1970

• Jorn Utzon

1970

• Robert H. Uyeda

1994

v •Joseph D. Vaccaro 1993 • Pierre Vago

Edward Vaivoda, Jr.

1999

William E. Valentine

1986

Joseph Valerio

1993

Jay Valgora

2020

Gino Valle

1993

Harold F. Van Dine, Jr.

1979

Aldo van Eyck

1982

Tania L. Van Herle

2022

• Hari Van Hoefen

Thomas C. Van Housen

1964 1992

• W. J. Van Keuren

1892

Karen Van Lengen

2010

• Garrett Van Pelt

1964

• John V. Van Pelt

1923

Johannes Van Tilburg

1992

David Van Wyk

2014

Edward Alan Vance

2014

Gary Loren Vance

2013

• James Grote VanDerpool

1968

Stephen J. Vanze

2012

• Harutun Vaporciyan

1980

Richard Varda

2006

Benjamin Vargas y

2006

Marcelo Elejalde Vargas

1961

David J. Varner

2017

Harold R. Varner

1981

• Edward Leighton Varney, Jr.

Ernesto M. Vasquez • Henry Vaughan

Randall C. Vaughn • Calvert Vaux

1971 2014 1891

2022 1857

1964

Andrew A. Vazzano

2003

Mitchell Van Bourg

1969

Eva Vecsei

1990

• Adriance Van Brunt

1889

Ronald Jan van der Veen

2016

• Courtlandt Van Brunt

1931

Leonard Veitzer

1997

• Henry Van Brunt p

1864

Hector Velezquez Moreno

1963

Jodi L. Van der Wiel

2022

Gerrard Venne

1966

• Robert A. Van Deusen

1984

Thomas W. Ventulett, III

1977

• Peter Van Dijk

1979

Robert Venturi g

1978

• William Laurens Van Alen

452

1952

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

• Morris D. Verger

1974

A. Raymond von Brock

1983

2017

Robert J. Von Dohlen

1983

• Shirley J. Vernon

1976

• Frederic Richard Von

Andrew Vernooy

2020

Grossmann

1965

James von Klemperer

2006

Richard L. von Luhrte

1993

Anil Verma

Kathryn C. Vernon-Mckeen 2002 • Robert J. Verrier

2012

Alyosha G. Verzhbinsky

2015

• Wilhelm Viggo Von Moltke

1972

William Richard Vick

1981

• George O. von Nerta

1889

• Robert L. Vickery

1990

• Searle H. Von Storch

1976

• Wilmont Vickrey

1983

Thomas Vonier

2003

Alfred Vidaurri, Jr.

2015

• Bernard Vonnegut

1889

Peter F. Vieira Jr.

2018

• Stephen Francis Voorhees p

1926

1889

Bartholomew Voorsanger

1985

2001

R. Randall Vosbeck pk

1978

Joao Batista Vilanova Artigas 1977

• William F. Vosbeck, Jr.

1971

• G. Vigeant

Jean Paul Viguier

• Jose Villagran Garcia

1963

Todd C. Voth

2017

Fernando A. Villa

2021

Thomas Reed Vreeland

1981

Frank Villalobos

2005

Richard E. Vrooman

1973

Arg Carlos Raul Villanueva

1952

Gregory Villanueva

1999

Peter N. Vincent

2014

John Vinci

1990

Rafael Vinoly

1993

Mark Clay Vinson

2012

• Thomas Chalmers Vint

453

invested

1961

J. Frano Violich

2009

Mario J. Violich

2020

Mathew L. Virden, III

1973

Lois Vitt Sale

2018

Dean J. Vlahos

2010

Nicholas E. Vlattas

2019

James Voelzke

2016

Stephen Vogel

1994

Daniela Holt Voith

2014

Leonard Volk

1997

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• J. A. Vrydagh

1870

w • Leonard Adrian Waasdorp

1955

• Harry W. Wachter

1938

• Philip Shirley Wadsworth

1970

Benjamin Waechter

2022

Eugen Logan Wagner

2020

Hobart D. Wagener

1971

Joseph David Waggonner, III 2010 Richard L. Wagner

2008

• Steward Wagner

1936

• Walter E. Wagner

1978

• Walter F. Wagner, Jr.

1984

William John Wagner, Jr. • Harold E. Wagoner

1965 1968


invested

Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter

2018

• James Wahrenberger

1890

• D. Everett Waid p

1910

• Taina Waisman

1981

John G. Waite

1996

James A. Walbridge

2021

• Lawrence G. Waldron

1969

Bruce M. Walker

1979

• C. Howard Walker

1891

David Wallance

2021

• Charles Wellington Walker

1953

Cynthia D Walston • Edwin L. Walter

2013 1886

Lloyd G. Walter, Jr.

1992

• Thomas U. Walter p

1857

• William Walter

1870

Roger Talbot Walters • Francis R. Walton

1975 1971

Jan Wampler

1998

Werner G. Wandelmaier

1986

Sheldon D. Wander

1988

• Roland Anthony Wank

1951

2009

Jonathan Frederick Warburg

2008

• F. R. Walker

1923

• Ralph J. Warburton

1987

• H. Leslie Walker, Jr.

1975

• Charles F. Ward, Jr.

1967

• Hobart A. Walker

1938

Dennis Simmons Ward

2016

Kenneth H. Walker

1987

George Truman Ward

1993

1934

Jonathan R. Ward

2015

Norman Dean Ward

2017

Cheryl C Walker

• Nathaniel Gaillard Walker • Ralph Thomas

Walker p c g Todd Walker

454

invested

1932 2009

• William C. Walker

1889

• William T. Walker

1889

David Alexander Wallace

1968

David D. Wallace

1994

• Donald Q. Wallace

1983

Les Wallach

1993

David Wallance

2021

• C. A. Wallingford

1882

• Frank E. Wallis

1912

Gustavo L. Wallis

1956

C. Gregory Walsh

1992

Mark R. Walsh

2023

• Robert W. Walsh

1894

• Timothy Walsh

1925

aia college of fellows

• Ossian P. Ward

Robertson Ward, Jr.

1956 1970

• Robertson Ward

1973

C. Edward Ware

1983

• James E. Ware

1889

• Walter Ellsworth Ware

1940

• William R. Ware

1861

David E. Wark

2018

John Carl Warnecke

1962

Charles H. Warner, Jr.

1976

Clyde K. Warner, Jr.

1985

Geoffrey C. Warner

2021

• J. Foster Warner

1897

James M. Warner

2004

• Samuel A. Warner

1857

• William D. Warner

1981


invested

• Clinton J. Warren

1889

• Rudolph Weaver

1935

• Herbert Langford Warren

1891

• John L. Webb

1980

• Lloyd Warren

1911

• Payson Rex Webber

1971

• William T. Warren

1934

Anne E. Weber

2009

• Arthur M. Weber

1988

• Betram A. Weber

1953

• Read Weber

1981

• Wayne McClellan Weber

1966

Frederick S. Webster

1969

• Charles Randolph Wedding

1987

Philip A. Weddle

2014

Carole C. Wedge

2008

Dennis Wedlick

2019

• Robert Law Weed

1960

• H. Hobart Weekes

1927

John Weekes

2015

• John Ludwig Wees

1894

Ben Weese

1974

Cynthia Weese

1991

• Harry Weese

1961

• John Robert Weese

1981

Gary K. Weeter

1995

• Charles Wesley

Warterfield, Jr.

1991

• George P. Washburn

1889

Sharon F. Washburn

1997

James R. Washington, Jr.

2009

Robert E. Washington

1985

Roberta D. Washington

2006

Christopher S. Wasney

2020

Barry L. Wasserman

1981

• Joseph Wasserman

1985

Louis Wasserman

2018

Daniel Watch

2016

• Henry Stuart Waterbury

Mark E. Watford • William Ward Watkin

1935 2008 1949

David H. Watkins

1997

Michael Dean Watkins

2014

Angela E. Watson

2018

Donald Ralph Watson

1981

• Frank Edward Watson

1963

Frank R. Watson

1930

Michael S. Watson

2017

• Raymond L. Watson

1971

• William J. Watson

1975

Ellen Watts

455

invested

2018

• Joseph Watterson k

1961

Gregory T. Waugh

2016

John Logan Waugh

2010

• Frank O. Weary

1887

• Frederick Penn Weaver, Jr.

1964

Mark D. Weaver

2013

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• O. C. Wehle

1890

Wesley Wei

2002

Clifford M. Welch

2020

• Bryce A. Weigand

1993

• Paul Weigel

1947

Joe Neal Weilenman

1981

• Michel Weill

1974

• Joseph Lewis Weinberg

1949

• Robert Charles Weinberg

1970

Nicholas H. Weingarten

1995

Don Weinreich

2016

Stephen A. Weinryb

2015


invested

Amy Weinstein

1994

Paul Westlake, Jr.

1995

Edward Weinstein

1993

• Eugene Weston, Jr.

1944

Jane H. Weinzapfel

1994

I. Donald Weston

1992

Gerald Gamliel Weisbach

1983

• George H. Wetherell

1891

1993

Donald A. Wexler

2004

Peter A. Weismantle

2010

Yann R. Weymouth

2021

Marion Weiss

2012

Paul Whalen

2018

Steven F. Weiss

1995

Andrew Whalley

2019

• Louis Weissbein

1889

Charles H. Wheatley

1973

Claire D. Weisz

2013

C. Herbert Wheeler, Jr.

1975

Franklin Dee Welch

1980

Daniel Harding Wheeler

1998

Clifford M. Welch

2020

• Sarelle Weisberg

• E. Todd Wheeler

1955

• John Welch

1857

James H. Wheeler, Jr.

1992

• John A. Welch

1987

• Kenneth D. Wheeler

1974

• Kenneth Curtis Welch

1953

Richard H. Wheeler

1970

Terry L Welker

2016

• Harry B. Wheelock

1911

Mark T. Wellen

2014

• Edmund W. Wheelwright

1891

• Harry C. Weller

1966

Stephen Wierzbowski

2018

• Louis L. Weller

2001

• George V. Whisenand

1984

2012

Murray Whisnant

1991

• J. C. Wells

1857

• Elliot L. Whitaker

1968

• T. J. Welsh

1881

Jim L. Whitaker

2019

James Walter Wentling

2015

Alexander B. White

2022

• Fred Wesley Wentworth

1926

Arthur Blose White

1969

William Paul Wenzler

1971

Daniel C. White

2020

Martha L. Werenfels

2021

Drew White

2012

1978

Edward D. White, Jr.

2004

Andrew H. Wells

• Eugene Werlin

Laura Ann Wernick

2014

• George M. White

1971

Howard Seth Wertheimer

2012

• James M. White

1932

Lester Wertheimer

2002

Janet Rothberg White

1997

1890

• Lawrence Grant White

1951

2018

• Lucius Read White, Jr.

1952

• Helge Westermann

1974

• Norval Crawford White

1973

Merle T. Westlake

1990

• A. L. West

David West

456

invested

aia college of fellows

Samuel G. White

1997


invested

• Stanford White

1886

Steven R. White

2020

Gordon Wildermuth

1986

• Theo Ballou White

1966

Annette Wiley

2014

Rob S. Whitehead

2023

James Earl Wiley

1979

• F. M. Whitehouse

1885

Michael Wilford

2006

• Harold C. Whitehouse

1959

Charles E. Wilkerson

1982

Robin E. Whitehurst

2023

• Joseph A. Wilkes

1977

Alison M. Whitelaw

2004

Michael B. Wilkes

1991

Robert C. Whitlock

2020

Chris Wilkinson

2007

1945

Clive Wilkinson

2013

William Whitfield

1978

• James R. Wilkinson

1969

Stephen Q. Whitney

1996

Barbara E. Wilks

1999

• William Channing Whitney

1890

• Philip Will, Jr. p

1951

• Julian H. Whittlesey

1955

Mark A. Williams

2020

• Ward B. Whitwam

2002

• Daniel W. Willard

1891

Jay Wickersham

2004

• Arthur Osborne Willauer

1969

Leonard S. Wicklund

1995

• W. R. B. Willcox

1910

• William Sidney Wicks

1889

Jan C. Willemse

2019

2001

Paul Willen

1994

1894

• Elliot Willensky

1984

Chester A. Widom p c k

1990

• James Howland Willett

1888

Gregory C. Wiedemann

2021

Carl Martin William-Olson

1952

Reeves W. Wiedeman

2011

R. Craig Williams

2016

Michael A. Wiencek, Jr.

2017

A. Richard Williams

1971

• Samuel G. Wiener

1950

Allison Grace Williams

1997

• William Benjamin Wiener

1961

Amancio Williams

1962

William Wiese, II

1988

Bruce Williams

2017

Steven M. Wiesenthal

2008

• Charles I. Williams

1889

• Peter Bonnett Wight

1866

Daniel Williams

1998

Douglas S. Wignall

2017

Darrel J. Williams, Sr.

2006

• Philip Armour Wilber

1965

• David Reichard Williams

1960

• Ernest Wilby

1940

Donald L. Williams

2001

• E. Davis Wilcox

1968

• Donald S. Williams

1975

• Jerry Cooper Wilcox

1981

• E. Stewart Williams

1999

• George Morris Whiteside, II

Christopher R. Widener • Frederick Widmann

457

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• William Wilde

1979


invested

• Edgar I. Williams c

1942

Carol A. Wilson

2005

Frank Williams

1996

• Charles C. Wilson y

1914

• Fred Carter Williams k

1965

• Edward Lawrence Wilson

1957

G. Thomas Williams

1983

• Fred Talbott Wilson

1955

• Gerald A. Williams

1978

• H. N. Wilson

1887

Harold L. Williams

1994

• Harry Brown Wilson, Jr.

1976

Homer L. Williams

1995

• Horatio R. Wilson

1889

• John G. Williams

1985

Jeffrey S. Wilson

2000

• Lorenzo D. Williams

1979

• John Elzey Wilson

1979

Mark A. Williams

2020

• John L. Wilson y

1998

Mark F. Williams

1996

• John Louis Wilson

1972

• Paul R. Williams g

1957

• Joseph M. Wilson

1876

• Richard Pardee Williams

2010

Kendall P Wilson

2009

Roger B. Williams

1996

• Leslie Hugh Wilson

1968

• Seymour Williams

1937

• Sam Wilson, Jr.

1955

Terence J. Williams

1988

• W. T. Wilson

1890

• Terrance R. Williams

1986

• Walter F. Wilson

1953

Tod Culpan Williams

1992

Walter Leroy Wilson

2011

• W. Gene Williams

1987

William D. Wilson

1968

• Wayne Richard Williams

1964

William F. Wilson

2012

• George H. Williamson

1934

William K. Wilson

2019

James F. Williamson

2005

• Zelma Wilson

1983

• W. Floyd Williamson, Jr.

1982

• George James Wimberly

1957

• Charles Willing

1936

Ross B. Wimer

2011

Beverly A. Willis

1980

Allyne Winderman

2013

1950

• James H. Windrim

1880

Michael E. Willis

1996

• John Torrey Windrim

1926

• Royal Barry Wills

1954

• Edmund R. Willson

1889

• John F. Wing

1889

Roy W. Willwerth

1993

• Kenneth Smith Wing

1953

John C. Wilmot

1994

Steven R. Winkel

1997

• H. Robert Wilmsen

1970

• Donald A. Winkelmann

1987

• Adrian Jennings Wilson

1965

Jon Peter Winkelstein

1980

2020

John H. Winkler

1989

• Harold Buckley Willis

Ashley L. Wilson

458

invested

aia college of fellows

Daniel W. Winey

2010


invested

• Carleton M. Winslow

1939

Scott A. Wolf

2012

1997

• James E. Wolfe

1882

• Ralph Edward Winslow

1950

• Lawrence Wolfe

1941

• Arch Reese Winter

1965

• Floyd Orson Wolfenbarger

1969

1994

• Louis Michael Wolff

1967

• Marjorie Wintermute

1979

• Henry Wolters

1889

Michael O. Winters

2013

• Arthur Woltersdorf

1912

Peter Milton Winters

2009

Romand E. Wommack

2004

Willis Cecil Winters

2008

Chung Soo Won

2000

Elissa Winzelberg

2015

Norman E. Wirkler

1986

Francis Michael Wai-Ling Wong

1992

• Kenneth E. Wischmeyer

1959

Gin Dan Wong

1966

W. Kenneth Wiseman

2020

Joseph O. Wong

2003

Stephen A. Wiser

2017

Kellogg H. Wong

1986

Joseph J. Wisnewski

1996

Pershing Wong

1980

• Frederick C. Withers

1857

• William Wong, Jr.

2000

1988

• Worley K. Wong

1961

• Henry F. Withey

1959

Yau Chun Wong

1975

• David J. Witmer

1934

Carolina Y. C. Woo

1988

Charles Witsell, Jr.

1987

George C. T. Woo

1991

Gordon G. Wittenberg

1967

Kyu Sung Woo

1997

• Arthur Witthoefft

2011

Bemard Wood

1975

Bill T. Wilson, II

2004

Bruce A. Wood

2014

Fritz Woehle

1975

Dan Wood

2016

Peter Kurt Woerner

1992

• Hart Wood

1948

• William R. Wofford

1978

Henry A. Wood

1993

Clark Dolan Wold

1972

• Waddy B. Wood

1916

Paul Winslow

Steven Winter

Gayland B. Witherspoon

1985

Sarah J. Woodhead

2022

Gary Wolf

2016

Sharon Woodworth

2017

Harry Charles Wolf, III

1977

• Maynard Winthrop

• Robert L. Wold

459

invested

• Joseph Wolf

1894

• Leonard Wolf

1961

Martin F. Wolf

1996

Richard Wolf

1982

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Woodard

1962

• Frederick James

Woodbridge

1950

John M. Woodbridge

1974

David Geoffrey Woodcock

1992


invested

• Charles Day Woodford

1963

John Le Baron Wright

1968

David C. Woodhouse

1999

• Marcellus Eugene Wright

1953

• Marcellus Eugene Wright, Jr.

1957

• Robert Stanford

Woodhurst, Jr.

1992

Robert Stanford Woodhurst, III

1992

Enrique A. Woodroffe

2000

• Thomas E. Woodward

1985

A. Vernon Woodworth, III

2013

• J. B. Woodworth

1890

• W. M. Woolett

1875

• William L. Woolett

1873

• David L. Wooley

2001

Evans Woollen

1983

• William Woollett

1970

James W. Woolum

2022

James R. Wooten

1993

Michael Wornum

1971

John C. Worsley

1975

Dan M. Worth

2019

Rodney Hugh Wright

1981

• Thomas W.D. Wright

1972

Anna A. Wu

2009

Hofu Wu

2002

Wu Liangyong

1990

Donald E. Wudtke

1983

Cynthia Frewen Wuellner

2000

Carlos Asensio Wunderlich

1975

Richard Saul Wurman

1976

Brian T. Wurst

2019

• William Wilson Wurster g

1954

Thomas W. Wurtz

2016

Graham S. Wyatt

2018

• James Bosley Noel Wyatt

Scott W. Wyatt

1889 1994

• Marion Sims Wyeth

1954

• Nathan C. Wyeth

1914

• William James Worthen

2013

• John C. Worthington

1893

• Leo S. Wou

1975

x

Bruce N. Wright

2020

Luo Xiaowei

David H. Wright

1986

David Gilmore Wright

2011

1998

y

• Frank A. Wright

1890

• George Caleb Wright

1951

Stephen Yablon

2020

• George S. Wright

1984

Gregory A Yager

2019

• Henry Wright

1934

• Minoru Yamasaki

1960

• Henry Lyman Wright p

1955

Takashi Yanai

2017

• Henry N. Wright

1983

Kimberly K. Yao

2022

Jane Cady Wright

2008

Richard C. Yancey

2019

James Michael Wright

2017

Kris Yao

2014

1882

Jack Rodney Yardley

1981

• John Wright

460

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

461

invested

Linda M. Yowell

2001

Willy Yu

2017

Adam Yarinksy

2007

• Karel Henry Yasko

1965

Barry David Yatt

2002

John Loren Yaw

1994

Ken Yeang

1999

Zeno L. Yeates

1978

Raymond W.H. Yeh

1988

z

Masayoshi Yendo

1987

Abraham Zabludovsky

1982

Ron Yeo

1976

Albert F. Zaccone

2022

• David N. Yerkes k

1965

James K. Zahn

2000

Barry Alan Yoakum

2010

Saul Zaik

1973

Mark Yoes

2018

Leopold Paul Zajfen

2008

Robert Yohe

2019

Stas Zakrzewski

2022

John Edward Yonushewski

2009

Willy L. Zambrano

2022

Jennifer Yoos

2013

• Edward P. York

1926

Liz Harriss York

2016

(Charles) Al York

2016

Isoya Yoshida

1968

• Junzo Yoshimura

1975

• Bernard Henri Zehrfuss

1966

Donald T. Yoshino

2007

Eberhard H. Zeidler

1981

• Joseph W. Yost

1889

H. Alan Zeigel

1998

• L. Morgan Yost

1952

Edward T. Zeigler, Jr.

2014

• W. Roger Yost

1979

• Simon Bernard Zelnik

1967

• Clayton Young

1987

• George Cannon Young

1958

• George Young, Jr.

1934

Bruno Zevi

1968

Joseph Laurie Young

1982

Ming Zhang

2014

Norbert W. Young, Jr. k

2000

Robert L. Ziegelman

1988

Richard Young

1991

Raymond Ziegler

1968

Theodore John Young

1959

Rick Zieve

2003

• Thomas Crane Young

1890

Steve Ziger

2018

Ralph P. Youngren

1971

Frank Sallee Zilm

1997

• Philip Newell Youtz

1961

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

• Hachiro Yuasa

1967

Robert “Buzz” Yudell

1996

Stephen W. Yundt

201

• C. C. Zantzinger

1911

• C. Clark Zantzinger, Jr.

1969

• Jose M. Zaragoza

1952

Moshe Zarhy

2004

Alek Zarifian

2016

John Zemanek • Golden J. Zenon, Jr.

1982 1986


invested

John J. Zils

1999

• Norman C. Zimmer

1969

• Bernard Bob Zimmerman

1978

Gary V. Zimmerman

1995

Howard L. Zimmerman

2017

Thomas A. Zimmerman

1983

• William Carbys

Zimmerman Hugh Morley Zimmers

1981

Joel P. Zingeser

2002

David Miles Ziskind

2011

Allan W. Zreet

2014

Dawn Zuber

2018

Aymeric Zublena

2006

Thomas T.K. Zung

2020

Peter Zumthor

2004

Francis M. Zwart, III

2010

Peter Jay Zweig

1992

• Jule G. Zwicker

1892

Bernard Zyscovich

462

1889

aia college of fellows

2010

invested


honorary fellows of the aia invested

a

• Marcia Ascanio

2020

• Alvar Aalto g

1958

Marcia Ascanio

2020

• Elissa Makiniemi Aalto

1981

Taro Ashihara

2018

Yoshinobu Ashihara

1979

Pavel Vasilievitch Abrosimov

1958

Kurt Ackermann

1996

David Adjaye

2008

Gunnel Adlercreutz

1997

Santiago Agurto Calvo

1960

• Hakon, Claes Axel Ahlbert

1952

Dato Ikmal Hisham Albakri 1990 Joshua W. Aidlin Franco Albini

2021 1968

Lorenzo E. Aldana

1989

• Edward Allen

2020

• William Alexander Allen

1984

Hayder Ahmed Ali

2016

Alfred Victor Alvares

1967

Mario Roberto Alvarez

1976

Robert Alvarez Espinosa

1961

Joaquin Alvarez Ordonez

1969

• Wladimir Alves De Souza

1979

Robert E. Anderson

2021

Tadao Ando g

1991

John Hamilton Andrews

1980

Sherif W. Anis

2021

Lawrence “Murphy” V. Antoine, Jr. 2020

• C. H. Aslin

1955

Carl Aubock

1971

Gaetana Aulenti

1990

Inette L. E. Austin-Smith

1978

John Michael Austin-Smith

1971

Enrique Avila Riquelme

1983

William C. Ayars

2021

Carlo Aymonino

2000

Illya Azaroff

2021

b Alexandra A. Barker

2020

Bartlett J. Baker, Jr.

2020

Donald C. R. Bailey

1992

Jacob Berend Bakema

1966

Juan Navarro Baldeweg

2001

W. Donald Baldwin

1978

Shigeru Ban

2004

W. Kirk Banadyga

1985

Essy Baniassad

1990

Carme Pigem Barcelo

2010

David H. Barkin

2020

Sandra Barclay

2019

Otilio A. Arellano

1961

Carlos D. Arguelles

1961

Javier Arizmendi

2020

• Nicolai Barfolomeitch Baranov

1973

Luis Jesus Arizmendi Amiel

1972

• Jacques Barge

1971

1971

• Luis Barragan

1974

2019

Thomas M. Barrie

2021

1989

Juan Bassegoda Nonell

1994

• Gordon R. Arnott

Emre Arolat • Louis Gerard Arretche

463

invested

aia college of fellows


invested

Carlo Baumschlager

2004

F. Bruce Brown

1965

1983

William M. Brown III

2021

Gilbert R. Beatson

1980

Blaine E. Brownell

2020

• Eugene Beaudouin

1964

Jack W. Broome

2020

Stefan Behnisch

2008

Angelo Bucci

2011

Fernando Belaunde Terry

1965

Pierre H. Bussat

1984

Solano Benítez

2012

Madeline Burke-Vigeland

2020

• Gerard Benoit

1985

Jerzy Buszkiewicz

1981

Ricardo Bermudez

1965

Henryk Buszko

1974

Emiliano Bernasconi

1976

Hilary Kinder Bertsch

2021

Julian Ferris Betancourt

1965

Benjamin B. Cahoon

2021

Jai Rattan Bhalla

1972

Philip B. Chen

2020

Mia Blanchett

2020

Tom Sungjin Chung

2020

Nancy Blankfard

2021

R. Corey Clayborne

2020

Max Bill

1964

Ferenc Callmeyer

1983

Jacob Blegvad

1990

Alberto Campo Baeza

2019

Janet Bloomberg

2020

Jean Canaux

1959

Patrick Blouin

1984

• Felix Candela

1963

Ricardo Levi Bofill

1985

• Georges Candilis

1968

Oriol Bohigas

1993

Rudolph S. Cardenas

2021

Gottfried Bohm

1983

Nils Carlson

1992

Janos Bohonyey

1975

Massimo Carmassi

2005

Irving David Boigon

1979

Guillermo Carrillo Arena

1975

Philip J. Bona

2021

Juan Jose Casal Rocco

1974

Maurico Rivero Borrel

1995

Hugh Maxwell Casson

1969

Mario Botta

1983

Icaro de Castro Mello

1958

James R. Braddock

2020

Steven G. Cecil

2021

Caryn J. Brause

2021

Rocco J. Ceo

2021

Holly S. Briggs

2020

Rifat Kamil Chadirji

1987

Eduardo Chamorro

1976

• Geoffrey Bawa

Javier Sordo Madaleno

464

invested

c

Bringas

2017

Suk-Woong Chang

1999

J. H. van den Broeck

1962

Te Lin Chang

1970

Denise Scott Brown g

2015

Qing Chang

2009

Alphabetical Directory: Honorary Fellows


invested

Jean-Marie Charpentier

2003

Trevor Dannatt

1988

Bill Chomik

1996

John Macdonald Davidson

1986

Sunjung Chough

2006

David Y. Davies

1990

Mina M. Chow

2021

Vakhtang Davitaia

1992

Adolph Ciborowski

1980

Yanel E. De Angel Salas

2020

Smiljan Radic Clarke

2009

Giancarlo De Carlo

1975

Henry N. Cobb

2020

Constantin N. Decavalla

1984

Brendan Coburn

2020

• Henri-Marie Delaage

1972

Jo Coenen

2009

Randall S. Deutsch

2020

E. Gresley Cohen

1979

Nathalie de Vries

2019

Robert T. Coles

2020

Nela De Zoysa

2009

Guillermo Vazquez Consuegra

Ranjit Randy Dhar

2008

2014

Deborah J. Cooper

2021

Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso

1988

Lee Coplan

2020

A. J. Diamond

1994

Mario Corea

2010

Ignacio Diaz Morales

1987

• Ramon Corona Martin

1960

Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi

1971

Javier Sanchez Corral

2008

Philip Manning Dowson

1989

Charles Mark Correa

1979

Kiril Iliev Doytchev

1990

Xavier Cortes Rocha

1997

Susannah C. Drake

2020

Brian Court

2021

• Jane Beverly Drew

1978

Louise Cox

2011

Macy DuBois

1983

Philip Sutton Cox

1987

Eric Dubosc

2006

Thomas R. Cox

2020

• Pierre-André Dufetel

1988

Brian K. Craig

2020

• Allan E. Duffus

1974

John J. Crandall

2021

Jeffrey S. Dugan

2021

Heidi S. Creighton

2021

Emilio Duhart

1962

Antonio Cruz

2014

Laurent J. Duport

2022

Mario Cucinella

2017

Jane Duncan

2019

Charles Herbert Cullum

1977

William Dunkel

1969

Werner Duttman

1969

Steven R. Dwyer

2020

Arthur T. Dyson

2021

d

465

invested

Justus Dahinden

1973

Stefani E. Danes

2021

aia college of fellows


invested

e Robert L. Easter

2020

• John P. Eberhard

2020

Dietmar Eberle

2004

David W. Edwards

1992

Joseph G. F. Farrell

2021

Terry Farrell

1998

Kathleen O. Frazier

2021

Hassan Fathy

1976

Katherine W. Faulkner

2020

Edwin L. Fields

2020

Kathleen O. Frazier

2021

Augustine Akhuemokhan Egbor

1979

Brian J. Frickie

2021

Yehya Mohamed Eid

1988

Sverre Fehn

1989

Abdel Wahed El Wakil

1986

Bernard Melchior Feilden

1987

Arieh El-Hanani

1984

Barbara Flammang

2020

• Brian E. Eldred

1986

Ji Zhong Feng

1987

John G. Ellis

2021

• Alexander Ian Ferrier

1982

Richard England

1999

Jozsef Finta

1991

Arthur Charles Erickson g

1978

Kay Fisker

1955

Hernan Larrain Errazuriz

1962

Antonio Fuentes Flores

1977

Ralph Erskine

1966

Cesar X. Flores

1993

Aarne Ervi

1966

Jason D. Forney

2020

Christopher Eseman

2020

Norman Foster g

1980

The Viscount Esher

1967

Charles A. E. Fowler

1967

Laura L. Ettelman-Gunter

2021

Pedro Gubbins Foxley

2015

Allison Ewing

2021

Richard Francis-Jones

2012

Inger Exner

1992

Rudy P. Friesen

1987

Johannes Exner

1992

Brian J. Frickie

2021

Knud Friis

1983

Richard E. Fry

2020

• Edwin Maxwell Fry

1964

Massimiliano Fuksas

2002

f

466

invested

Tobias Faber

1987

Gabriel Fagan

2008

Karen Fairbanks

2021

Billie J. Faircloth

2021

Francisco B. Fajardo

1958

Bruno Gabbiani

2009

Joseph G. Farrell

2020

Hilario Galguera III

1966

Antonio Gallardo

1991

Alphabetical Directory: Honorary Fellows

g


invested

Gustavo Gallo Carpio

1971

Kathleen M. Galvin

2021

• Ignazio Gardella

1999

Pierre-Antoine Gatier

2012

Jan Gehl

2008

Charles Edouard Geisendorf 1968 Meinhard von Gerkan

1995

Ronald Andrew Gilling

1978

Blanche Lemco van Ginkel

1995

David W. Goldberg

2020

Jeff A. Goldstein

2020

Jose Gnecco Fallon

1960

Bernardo Gómez-Pimienta

2008

• Luis Gonzalez Aparacio

1959

Juan Gonzalez Cebrian

1975

Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon

1983

Alex Gordon

1974

Vittorio Gregotti

1999

Thomas E. Greving

2021

Kathleen M. Galvin

2021

• George Grenfell-Baines

1982

Avi O. Grigorescu

2020

Nicholas T. Grimshaw

1995

Ernest F. Groosman

1977

Roy Grounds

1972

Fleming Grut

1958

Hector Alfredo Guerra

1965

Jose Maria Gutierrez Trujillo 1977 • Andre Gutton

1963

Augusto Guzman Robles

1958

h Michael P. Halflants

467

aia college of fellows

2021

invested

Alex Johan Henri Maria Haak

1971

Roderick Peter Hackney

1988

Zaha Hadid

2000

• Jean Jacques Haffner

1959

Hans Heyerdahl Hallen

1981

Michael P. Halflants

2021

Stein Halvorsen

2017

Jayesh Hariyan

2021

Bong-Seok Oh

2017

David H. Hambleton

1981

• Preben Hansen

1969

Kristi W. Hanson

2020

Scott K. Henson

2020

Jayesh Hariyani

2021

Patrick Kennard Harrison

1978

John C. Haro

2020

Itsuko Hasegawa

2006

Eric Haas

2020

• Masako Hayashi

1985

Shoji Hayashi

1992

Zvi Hecker

2013

Keith E. Hempel

2021

Mikko Heikkinen

2005

Solange d’Herbez de la Tour

1986

Herman Hertzberger

2004

Jacques Herzog

2003

Shigeo Hirata

1961

Julie Hiromoto

2021

Tao Ho

1988

Barry J. Hobin

1997

• William Holford

1961

Hans Hollein

1981

David A. Hollenberg

2021


invested

Fred T. Hollingsworth

1976

Kenneth J. Jandura

2020

H. Randolph Holmes

2020

Stanislaw M. Jankowski

1982

Alec Holser

2020

Kristin Jarmund

2011

Wilhelm Holzbauer

1986

• Charles Edouard

Norman G.Y. Hong

2021

G.N. Hoover

2020

Michael Hopkins

1996

Patricia Hopkins

1997

Norman G.Y. Hong

2021

• Thomas Howarth

1972

Nobuo Hozumi

2000

Xiangming Huang

2023

Jeffrey E. Huber

2021

Brian V. Hurttienne

2021

Jerzy Hryniewiecki

1962

Michael H. Hsu

2021

Louisa Hutton

2016

Il-in Hwang

2003

Paul Hyett

2005

i John J. Ida

2020

Muzharul Islam

1999

Arata Isozaki

1983

Toyo Ito

1994

j

Jeanneret-Gris

1961

Joelle D. Jefcoat

2020

Sarah Meeker Jensen

2020

Oswaldo Jimeno Aguilar

1967

Eva Magdelena Jiricna

2006

Barry W. Johns

2002

Richard K. Johnson

2020

Richard Norman Johnson

1985

Edward M. Jones

2021

Neal E. Jones

2021

Surmet Jurnsai

2001

k John E. Kaliski

2020

Achyut P. Kanvinde

2000

Calvin Kam

2020

• Vladimir Karfik

1985

Don Kasian

2016

Linda N. Keane

2021

David A. Keith

2021

Robert Kelly

2021

Diébédo Francis Kéré

2012

Douglas E. Kertland

1957

Kang S. Kiang

2020

Daryl Jackson

1990

Grant C. Kirkpatrick

2021

R. David Jackson

1991

Kiyonori Kikutake

1971

Diane Reicher Jacobs

2021

Grace H. Kim

2021

1962

Jin Kyoon Kim

2008

Brad A. Jacobson

2021

Jungsik Kim

2010

Stephan W. Jaklitsch

2020

• Swoo Geun Kim

1982

• Arne Jacobsen

468

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Honorary Fellows


invested

Waro Kishi

2022

Erik G. L’Heureux

2020

Reiichiro Kitadai

1990

Kenneth A. Lambla

2021

Azusa Kito

1994

Constantin D. Kitsikis

1963

Teodoro Fernández Larrañaga

2016

Fuminaga Kiyota

1979

Brian A. Lane

2021

• Josef Paul Kleihues

1989

Bryan Langlands

2021

William I. Kline

2021

Henning Larsen

1986

Eduardo Kneese de Mello

1965

Denys Louis Lasdun

1966

Marcio Kogan

2011

Mohammed Lawal

2021

Markku Komonen

2005

Chere R. LeClair

2021

Rem Koolhaas

1999

Kwang-Ro Lee

1997

Andrew Knox

2020

Kyung-Hoi Lee

2000

Brian C. Korte

2020

Vivian W. Lee

2020

Hisao Koyama

1995

Sang-Leem Lee

2005

Erik Emil Krakstrom

1979

Evelyn M. Lee

2021

Donald D. Kranbuehl

2020

Ricardo Legorreta Vilchis g

1979

Rob Krier

1996

Lawrence J. Leis

2020

Thomas A. Kubala

2021

• William G. Leithead

1970

Dogan Kuban

1994

Juha Ilmari Leiviskä

1994

Wilhelm Kücker

1999

Daniel J. Lemieux

2021

Alexander P. Kudryavtsev

1992

Kengo Kuma

2011

Kisho Kurokawa

1981

l

469

invested

• Sergio Lenci

2001

Richard Leplastrier

2010

• G. Robert LeRicolais

1973

Jaime Lerner

1993

Laura A. Lesniewski

2021

Amanda Levete

2019

Ladislav Labus

2013

Eric S. Lagerberg

2021

Karin J. Liljegren

2020

Rafael de La-Hoz

1980

Saundra R. Little

2021

Constance C. Lai

2020

• Richard Llewelyn-Davies

1970

Colin Laird

1974

• Leandro V. Locsin

1980

Jean Louis Lalonde

1971

Yu-Ngok Lo

2020

Phyliss Lambert

2003

• Kingston Loo

1980

Gabriel Largacha Manrique

1965

aia college of fellows

• Rino Levi

Sara Lopergolo

1965

2020


invested

Erica J. Loynd

2021

John Lovatt Davies

1963

• Edmundo G. Lucero

1956

Deborah Tan Lucking

2021

Kjell Lund

1996

• Eric Alfred Lyons

1968

m

470

invested

Janet M. Matheson

2021

Gumpei Matsuda

1958

Neal S. Matsuno

2020

Eva Matsuzaki

1998

• Kunio Mayekawa

1961

Kenneth Maynard

2020

Giancarlo Mazzanti

2017

Angela Mazzi

2020

John McAslan

2016

Douglas H. McCarty

2021

Winy Maas

2009

Ignacio Machorro del Monte

Susan B. McClymonds

2020

1977

Robert Peter McIntyre

1994

Brian MacKay-Lyons

2001

Noel M. McKinnell

2020

Angelina Munoz de Madrid

1997

Ellis L. McIntosh

2020

Marvin J. Malecha

2020

William G. McMinn

2020

Stephen P. Maher

2020

Vayden R. McMorris

1972

Olufemi Majekodunmi

1993

Norman Hay McMurrich

1969

Mouzhan Majidi

2021

William J. Melby

2021

Fumihiko Maki

1980

Paul C. Mellblom

2021

Matti K. Makinen

1988

Jorge L. Medellin

1970

Imre Makovecz

1987

Hongyuan Mei

2015

Rutilo Malacara

1975

Alvaro Joaquimde Meio S iza

1996

Motlatsi Peter Malefane

1993

Rodrigo Mejia Andrion

1965

Francisco Jose Mangado

2013

Hector Mestre

1962

Albert Mangones

1984

Pierre de Meuron

2003

Scott Marble

2020

Paul Milana

2021

Hector Mardones Restat

1958

Hyun Sik Min

2006

Gregory C. Mare

2020

Luis Miro Quesada

1965

Fernando Margain

1985

Renauld Deandre Mitchell

2021

Jaime L. Marques

1961

Wladimir Mitrofanoff

2001

Michael L. Marshall

2021

Esa Mohamed

2019

Christopher Martin Meek

2020

Richard E. Mohler

2021

Mariko Masuoka

2020

Lynn H. Molzan t

2020

John Martin

2021

Alphabetical Directory: Honorary Fellows


invested

Jose Raphael Moneo

1993

Bong-Seok Oh

2017

David R. Moore

2020

Shin’ichi Okada

1989

Luigi Moretti

1964

Samuel E. Olshin

2020

Raymond Moriyama

2000

Peter H. Oltmanns

1976

Christiana Q. Moss

2020

Oluwole Olumuyiwa

1978

Benjamin Mouton

2008

• Gueorgui Mikhaylovich

Togo Murano

1970

Glenn Murcutt

1995

Padraig Murray

1982

George Ronald Colin Muston

1961

n

Orlov

1972

Eduardo Orrego v

1979

Antonio Ortiz

2014

Luis Ortiz Macedo

1972

Takanobu Ota

2006

Frei Otto

1968

John Overall

1985

Suha Ozkan

2004

Toshio Nakamura

1989

Kirk Narburgh

2020

Ernesto Fuenmayor Nava

1965

P

• Pier Luigi Nervi g

1957

Juhani Pallasmaa

1989

Aaron D. Neubert

2021

• Mario Pani

1964

• Jens Nielsen

1991

Mario Paredes Gaete

1995

Oscar Niemeyer

1963

David S. Parker

2021

Jon D. Niemuth

2021

• John B. Parkin

1962

Fuensanta Nieto

2015

Margaret S. Parsons

2020

Manfredi G. Nicoletti

2009

John Patkau

1999

Nikola Ivanor Nikolov

1973

Patricia Patkau

1999

Jo Noero

2015

David H. Peabody

2021

Rafael Norma

1966

Gustav Peichl

1996

Enrique Norten

1999

Fabio Penteado

1973

Jean Nouvel

1993

Serapio Perez Loza

1981

Carl J. A. NyrÇn

1993

Brian D. Phillips

2021

Krista R. Phillips

2020

Stephen J. Phillips

2021

Renzo Piano

1982

Monica Pidgeon

1987

o

471

invested

Alix W. O’Brien

2020

Sheila O’Donnell

2010

aia college of fellows


invested

Raili Pietila

1996

Pedro Ramirez Vasquez

1953

• Reima Pietila

1976

Daniel Ramos Correas

1965

• Georges-Henri Pingusson

1977

Reiulf Ramstad

2016

Carme Pinós

2011

Methodi A. Pissarski

1978

Alice J. Raucher

2021

Yuri P. Platanov

1990

• Andre Remondet

1974

• Charles Platt t

2020

Tomas Reyes Vicuna

1965

Ernst A. Plischke

1988

Yolanda David Reyes

2009

Gio Ponti

1963

José F. Reygadas

1987

Paolo Portoghesi

2002

David Reznik

2006

John C. Portman, Jr.

2020

Peter Rich

2010

Christian de Portzamparc

1997

Douglas R. Richards

2020

• Michail Vassilievich

Posokhin

1978

Donald R. Powell

2021

Charles E. Pratt

1977

• Ivor Cedric Prinsloo

1987

Wolf D. Prix

2006

Maria Prus

1977

Victor Marius Prus

1977

Ramon Vilalta Pujol

2010

Homer L. Puderbaugh William L. Pulgram • Ervin P. Pütsep

1962

• James Richards

1985

• Johan Richter

1989

Jacon van Rijs

2019

Ian Ritchie

2010

Philippe Robert

1993

Alfred C. W. Roberts

1989

• Derry Menzies Robertson

1996 1985

2020

Ismael Mario Rodriguez Garcia

1998

2020

Richard Rogers

1984

1983

D. Wayne Rogers

2020

Fernando Romero

2013

Manuel Rosen Morrison

1977

A. Guillermo Rossell

1960

Zhang Qinnan

1998

Mark B. Quattrocchi

2020

Rafael Aranda Quiles

2010

r Roland Rainer

1973

Umayal Ramanathan

2021

aia college of fellows

• Steen Eiler Rasmussen

Miguel Angel Roca

Q

472

invested

• Aldo Rossi

Thomas Roszak • Alfred Roth

1989 2020

1966

Cyril Frederick Thomas Rounthwaite

1973

• Geoffrey Arthur Rowe

1986

Federico Ruiz-Guinazu

1961

Ye Rutang

1997


invested

Gregory L. Rutledge

2020

Vijay Sehgal

2020

• Aarno E. Ruusuvuori

1982

Harry Seidler

1966

Witold Rybczynski

1993

Gabriel Serrano Camargo

1965

Choon-Soo Ryu

2008

J. Francisco Serrano

2001

Hchioh Sang Seung

2002

Vassilis C. Sgoutas

2000

Arieh Sharon

1970

John R. Sheehan

2021

Haigo T. H. Shen

2000

Peter Faulkner Shepheard

1974

Roger Sherman

2020

Tsutomu Shigemura

1997

Masao Shiina

1998

Zheng Shiling

2002

Brigitte Shim

2008

• Kazuo Shinohara

1988

s Pascale Sablan

2021

Gulsun Saglamer

2006

Richard Joachim Sahl

1980

Porie Saikia

2020

Junzo Sakakura

1967

Jose Luis Salinas

2017

Rogelio Salmona

2006

German Samper Gnecco

1974

Hilary M. Sample

2021

Sten Olov Samuelson

1984

Tomas Jose Sanabria

1976

James Sanders

2021

Yoshihiko Sano

2016

Alberto Sartoris

1985

Takeo Satow

1973

Matthias Sauerbruch

2013

Cathi L. Schar

2021

Mark Arthur Schmieding

2020

Rick H. Schneider

2021

David L. Schrader

2020

• Detlef Schreiber

473

invested

1998

Helmut C. Schulitz

1997

Karl Schwanzer

1967

Neal J.Z. Schwartz

2020

Roland Schweitzer

2006

Michael Scott

1972

James E. Searle

1968

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Manuel de la Sierra-Amieva

1973

James E. Silcott

2020

Carlos E. da Silva

1954

Brian Sim

1994

Antonio S. Sindiong

1961

James W. Simeo

2021

Heikki Siren

1986

Kaija Siren

1986

• Hans Hartvig Skaarup

1976

Nils Slaatto

1996

Vladimir Slapeta

1992

Rael D. Slutsky

2021

Jason E. Smith

2020

Robert R. Smith

2020

Enrique Sobejano

2015

Jaime E. Sobrino

2020

Ignasi de Sola-Morales Rubio

1995


invested

1976

Warren A. Techentin

202

Pauline M. Souza

2020

Marc Teer

2020

Barbara E. Spandorf

2020

Douglas Teiger

2021

Robert M. Sponseller

2020

German Tellez

1978

Sean M. Stadler

2020

Anders Tengbom

1978

Laura F. Stagner

2021

Scott C. Teixeira

2021

Bruno Stagno

2017

Paul-Andre Tetreault

1995

Alyson Steele

2020

• Thu, Ngo-Viet

1962

Harland Steele

1961

Michael E. Tingley

2020

Randy A. Steiner

2020

Alexandros N. Tombazis

1991

Arthur Stephenson

1964

Erin Sterling Lewis

2020

Jose J. Toro

2020

Nithi Sthapitanonda

2008

Sara Topelson de Grinberg

1992

• James Stirling

1976

Juan Torres Higueras

1983

Christiano Stockler das Neves

Bradley C. Touchstone

2020

1957

John Toumey

2010

Gueorgui Stoilov

1984

Marion Tournon-Branly

1979

Eric D. Strain

2020

Lene Tranberg

2010

Gin Djib Su

1968

Thomas J. Trenolone

2021

Michio Sugawara

2002

Terence J. Sullivan

2020

• John Newenham Summerson

1973

Shozo Uchii

1982

Timo Suomalainen

2000

Frederico A. Ugarte

1958

Howard Sutcliffe

2008

• Juan Sordo Madaleno

t

474

invested

• Luben N. Tonev

1975

u

• Lennart Uhlin

1977

Cristian Undurraga

2009

Edouard Utudjian

1970

Jorn Utzorn

1970

Shin Takamatsu

1995

Minoru Takeyama

1993

Pei Ing Tan

2019

v

Sathirut Tandanand

2018

Pierre Vago

1952

Kenzo Tange g

1963

Jay Valgora

2020

Yoshio Taniguchi

1996

Gino Valle

1993

Joseph D. Tanney

2020

Ben van Berkel

2013

aia college of fellows


invested

Anya van der Merwe

2012

William Whit?eld

1978

Marcelo Elejalde Vargas

1961

Gregory C. Wiedemann

2021

Eva Vecsei

1990

Michael Wilford

2006

Hector Velezquez Moreno

1963

Amancio Williams

1962

Gerrard Venne

1966

Mark A. Williams

2020

Jorge Nu ex Verdugo

1990

Terence J. Williams

1988

Andrew Vernooy

2020

Roy W. Willwerth

1993

Madeline Burke-Vigeland

2020

Ashley L. Wilson

2020

Jean Paul Viguier

2001

• Leslie Hugh Wilson

1968

Joao Batista Vilanova Artigas

2021 1977

Fernando A. Villa

2021

• Jose Villagran Garcia

Gonzalo

1963

Mario J. Violich

2020

Mardones Viviani

2016

RIDING THE VORTEX y

2022

w

W. Kenneth Wiseman

2020

Bruce N. Wright

2020

Chung Soo Won

2000

Bernard Wood

1975

Jiang Wu

2023

Liangyong Wu

1990

Siegfried Zhiqiang Wu

2013

Carlos Asensio Wunderlich

1975

x

James A. Walbridge

2021

David Wallance

2021

Gustavo L. Wallis

1956

Eugen Logan Wagner

2020

Roger Talbot Walters

1975

y

Eugen Logan Wagner

2020

Stephen Yablon

2020

Geoffrey C. Warner

2021

Kris Yao

2014

Christopher S. Wasney

2020

Ken Yeang

1999

1974

Masayoshi Yendo

1987

Clifford M. Welch

2020

Isoya Yoshida

1968

Martha L. Werenfels

2021

• Junzo Yoshimura

1975

Yann R. Weymouth

2021

Richard Young

1991

Daniel C. White

2020

Philip F. Yuan

2023

Steven R. White

2020

Robert C. Whitlock

2020

• Michel Weill

475

invested

Alphabetical Directory: Fellows

Li Xiaodong

2012

Luo Xiaowei

1998


invested

z

476

Abraham Zabludovsky

1982

Ar. Ishtiaque Zahir

2017

Moshe Zarhy

2004

• Bernard Henri Zehrfuss

1966

Eberhard H. Zeidler

1981

Bruno Zevi

1968

Aymeric Zublena

2006

Peter Zumthor

2004

Thomas T.K. Zung

2020

aia college of fellows

invested


Lists of Honor aia college of fellows


presidents of the aia

478

1867–1876

Richard Upjohn, faia

1877–1887

Thomas U. Walter, faia

1888–1891

Richard M. Hunt, faia

1892–1893

Edward H. Kendall, faia

1894–1895

Daniel H. Burnham, faia

1896–1898

George B. Post, faia

1899

Henry Van Brunt, faia

1900–1901

Robert S. Peabody, faia

1902–1903

Charles F. McKim, faia

1904–1905

William S. Eames, faia

1906–1907

Frank Miles Day, faia

1908–1909

Cass Gilbert, faia

1910–1911

Irving K. Pond, faia

1912–1913

Walter Cook, faia

1914–1915

R. Clipston Sturgis, faia

1916–1918

John Lawrence Mauran, faia

1919–1920

Thomas R. Kimball, faia

1921–1922

Henry H. Kendall, faia

1923–1924

William B. Faville, faia

1925–1926

D. Everett Waid, faia

1927–1928

Milton B. Medary, faia

1929–1930

C. Herrick Hammond, faia

1931–1932

Robert D. Kohn, faia

1933–1935

Ernest John Russell, faia

1936–1937

Stephen F. Voorhees, faia

1938–1939

Charles D. Maginnis, faia

1940–1941

Edwin Bergstrom, faia

1942–1943

R.H. Shreve, faia

1944–1945

Raymond J. Ashton, faia

1946–1947

James R. Edmunds Jr., faia

1948–1949

Douglas William Orr, faia

1950–1951

Ralph T. Walker, faia

1952–1953

Glenn Stanton, faia

Lists of Honor


479

1954–1955

Clair W. Ditchy, faia

1956

George Bain Cummings, faia

1957–1958

Leon Chatelain Jr., faia

1959–1960

John Noble Richards, faia

1961–1962

Philip Will Jr., faia

1963­

Henry L. Wright, faia

1964

J. Roy Carroll Jr., faia

1965

Arthur Gould Odell Jr., faia

1966

Morris Ketchum Jr., faia

1967

Charles M. Nes Jr., faia

1968

Robert L. Durham, faia

1969

George E. Kassabaum, faia

1970

Rex Whitaker Allen, faia

1971

Robert F. Hastings, faia

1972

Max O. Urbahn, faia

1973

S. Scott Ferebee, faia

1974

Archibald C. Rogers, faia

1975

William Marshall Jr., faia

1976

Louis deMoll, faia

1977

John McGinty, faia

1978

Elmer Botsai, faia

1979

Ehrman B. Mitchell Jr., faia

1980

Charles E. Schwing, faia

1981

R. Randall Vosbeck, faia

1982

Robert Lawrence, faia

1983

Robert Broshar, faia

1984

George M. Notter, faia

1985

R. Bruce Patty, faia

1986

John A. Busby Jr., faia

1987

Donald J. Hackl, faia

1988

Ted P. Pappas, faia

1989

Benjamin E. Brewer Jr., faia

1990

Sylvester Damianos, faia

1991

C. James Lawler, faia

aia college of fellows


480

1992

W. Cecil Steward, faia

1993

Susan A. Maxman, faia

1994

L. William Chapin II, faia

1995

Chester A. Widom, faia

1996

Raymond Post Jr., faia

1997

Raj Barr-Kumar, faia

1998

Ronald Arthur Altoon, faia

1999

Michael J. Stanton, faia

2000

Ronald L. Skaggs, faia

2001

John D. Anderson, faia

2002

Gordan H. Chong, faia

2003

Thompson E. Penney, faia

2004

Eugene Hopkins, faia

2005

Douglas L Steidl, faia

2006

Katherine L. Schwennsen, faia

2007

R K Stewart, faia

2008

Marshall E. Purnell, faia

2009

Marvin J. Malecha, faia

2010

George H. Miller, faia

2011

Clark D. Manus, faia

2012

Jeffery Potter, faia

2013

Mickey Jacob, faia

2014

Helene Combs Dreiling, faia

2015

Elizabeth Chu Richter, faia

2016

Russell A. Davidson, faia

2017

Thomas Vonier, faia

2018

Carl Elefante, faia

2019

William J. Bates, faia

2020

L. Jane Frederick, faia

2021

Peter j. exley, faia

2022

Daniel S. Hart, faia

2023

Emily Grandstaff-Rice, faia

Lists of Honor


chancellors of the college of fellows

481

1952–1954

Ralph T. Walker, faia

1955– 1956

Alexander Robinson III, faia

1957

Edgar I. Williams, faia

1958–1960

Roy F. Larson, faia

1961–1962

Morris Ketchum Jr., faia

1963–1964

Paul A. Thiry, faia

1965–1966

G. Holmes Perkins, faia

1967–1968

Norman L. Schlossman, faia

1969–1970

John Noble Richards, faia

1971–1972

J. Roy Carroll Jr., faia

1973

U. Floyd Rible, faia

1974

Albert S. Goleman, faia

1975

Robert S. Hutchins, faia

1976

William J. Bachman, faia

1977

Philip J. Meathe, faia

1978

George E. Kassabaum, faia

1979

David A Pugh, faia

1980

Robert L. Durham, faia

1981

Leslie N. Boney Jr., faia

1982

William J. Jarratt, faia

1983

William C. Muchow, faia

1984

Bernard B. Rothschild, faia

1985

Donald C. Hardison, faia

1986

Vladimir N. Ossipoff, faia

1987

S. Scott Ferebee Jr., faia

1988

Charles William Brubaker, faia

1989

Preston M. Bolton, faia

1990

William A. Rose Jr., faia

1991

Robert B. Marquis, faia

1992

L. Jane Hastings, faia

1993

John A Busby Jr., faia

aia college of fellows


482

1994

Thomas H. Teasdale, faia

1995

Robert T. Coles, faia

1996

Ellis W. Bullock Jr., faia

1997

Jack DeBartolo Jr., faia

1998

Harold L. Adams, faia

1999

James D. Tittle, faia

2000

Robert A. Odernatt, faia

2001

Harold Roth, faia

2002

C. James Lawler, faia

2003

Sylvester Damianos, faia

2004

Betsey Olenick Dougherty, faia

2005

Lawrence J. Leis, faia

2006

Ted P. Pappas, faia

2007

Frank Edward Lucas, faia

2008

Carole J. Olshavsky, faia

2009

Donald J. Hackl, faia

2010

Edward J. Kodet, faia

2011

Chester A. Widom, faia

2012

Norman L. Koonce, faia

2013

Ronald L. Skaggs, faia

2014

William J. Stanley III, faia

2015

Albert W. Rubeling Jr., faia

2016

John R. Sorrenti, faia

2017

Lenore M. Lucey, faia

2018

Raymond G. Post Jr., faia

2019

Edward A. Vance, faia

2020

Peter G. Kuttner, faia

2021

John J. Castellana, faia

2022

Roger L Schluntz, faia

2023

Frances Halsband, faia

Lists of Honor


architecture firm award recipients

483

1962

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

1964

The Architects Collaborative

1965

Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons

1967

Hugh Stubbins and Associates

1968

I.M. Pei & Partners

1969

Jones & Emmons

1970

Ernest J. Kump Associates

1971

Albert Kahn Associates, Inc.

1972

Caudill Rowlett Scott

1973

Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott

1974

Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates

1975

Davis, Brody & Associates

1976

Mitchell/Giurgola Architects

1977

Sert Jackson and Associates

1978

Harry Weese & Associates

1979

Geddes Brecher Qualls Cunningham

1980

Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates

1981

Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates

1982

Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, Architects LLC

1983

Holabird & Root

1984

Kallmann McKinnell & Wood Architects

1985

Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown

1986

Esherick Homsey Dodge & Davis

1987

Benjamin Thompson & Associates, Inc.

1988

Hartman-Cox Architects

1989

Cesar Pelli & Associates

1990

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

1991

Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership

1992

James Stewart Polshek and Partners

1993

Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.

1994

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

1995

Beyer Blinder Belle

1996

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

1997

R.M. Kliment & Frances Halsband Architects

aia college of fellows


1998

Centerbrook Architects and Planners

1999

Perkins & Will

2000

Gensler

2001

Herbert Lewis Kruse Blunck Architecture

2002

Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates, Inc.

2003

The Miller | Hull Partnership

2004

Lake | Flato Architects

2005

Murphy/Jahn

2006

Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners

2007

Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects

2008

KieranTimberlake Associates, LLP

2009

Olson Sundber Kundig Allen Architects

2010

Pugh + Scarpa

2011

BNIM

2012

VJAA

2013

Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

2014

Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

2015

Ehrlich Architects

2016

LMN Architects

2017

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

2018

Snow Kreilich Architects

2019

Payette

2020

Architecture Research Office

2021

Moody Nolan

2022

MASS Design Group

2023

Mithun

edward c. kemper award recipients

484

1950

William Perkins

1951

Marshall Shaffer

1952

William Stanley Parker, faia

1953

Gerrit J. De Gelleke, faia

1954

Henry H. Saylor, faia

1955

Turpin C. Bannister, faia

1956

Theodore Irving Coe, faia

Lists of Honor


485

1957

David C. Baer, faia

1958

Edmund R. Purves, faia

1959

Bradley P. Kidder, faia

1960

Philip D. Creer, faia

1961

Earl H. Reed, faia

1962

Harry D. Payne, faia

1963

Samuel E. Lunden, faia

1964

Daniel Schwartzman, faia

1965

Joseph Watterson, faia

1966

William W. Eshbach, faia

1967

Robert H. Levison, faia

1968

E. James Gambaro, faia

1969

Philip J. Meathe, faia

1970

Ulysses Floyd Rible, faia

1971

Gerald McCue, faia

1972

David N. Yerkes, faia

1973

Bernard B. Rothschild, faia

1974

Jack D. Train, faia

1975

F. Carter Williams, faia

1976

Leo A. Daly, faia

1977

Ronald A. Straka, faia

1978

Carl L. Bradley, faia

1979

Herbert E. Duncan Jr., faia

1980

Herbert Epstein, faia

1981

Robert L. Durham, faia

1982

Leslie N. Boney Jr., faia

1983

Jules Gregory, faia

1984

Dean F. Hilfinger, faia

1985

Charles Redmon, faia

1986

Harry Harmon, faia

1987

Joseph Monticciolo, faia

1988

David Lewis, faia

1989

Jean P. Carlhian, faia

aia college of fellows


486

1990

Henry W. Schirmer, faia

1991

John F. Hartray Jr., faia

1992

• Betty Lou Custer, faia

1993

Theodore F. Mariani, faia

1994

Harry C. Hallenbeck, faia

1995

Paul R. Neel, faia

1996

Sylvester Damianos, faia

1997

Harold L. Adams, faia

1998

Norman L. Koonce, faia

1999

James R. Franklin, faia

2000

James A. Scheeler, faia

2001

Charles F. Harper, faia

2003

C. James Lawler Jr., faia

2004

Robert A. Odermatt, faia

2005

Norbert W. Young, faia

2006

James D. Tittle. faia

2007

R. Randall Vosbeck, faia

2008

Thomas L. McKittrick, faia

2009

Barbara A. Nadel, faia

2010

James Logan Abell, faia

2011

Chester A. Widom, faia

2012

Not Awarded

2013

John D. Anderson, faia

2014

Fredric R. Bell, faia

2015

Edward Mazria, faia

2016

Terrance J. Brown, faia

2017

Ronald Skaggs, faia

2018

Lenore M. Lucey, faia

2020

Carole Wedge, faia

2021

Anthony P. Schirripa, faia

2022

Bob Berkebile, faia

2023

Jeff Potter, faia

Lists of Honor


whitney m. young jr. award recipients 1972

Robert J. Nash, faia

1973

Architects Workshop of Philadelphia

1974 1975

Van B. Bruner Jr., faia

1976

Wendell J. Campbell, faia

1980

• Leroy M. Campbell

1981

Robert T. Coles, faia

1982

John S. Chase, faia

1983

Howard Hamilton Mackey Sr., faia

1984

John Louis Wilson, faia

1985

Milton V. Bergstedt, aia

1986

487

• Stephen Cram

• The Rev. Richard McClure Prosse

1987

J. Max Bond Jr., faia

1988

Habitat for Humanity

1989

John H. Spencer, faia

1990

Harry G. Robinson III, faia

1991

Robert Kennard, faia

1992

Curtis J. Moody, faia

1993

David Castro-Blanco, faia

1994

Ki Suh Park, faia

1995

William J. Stanley, III, faia, noma

1996

John L. Wilson, faia

1997

Alan Y. Taniguchi, faia

1998

Leon Bridges, faia

1999

Charles McAfee, faia

2000

Louis L. Weller, aia

2001

Cecil A. Alexander, faia

2002

Robert P. Madison, faia

2003

Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (hacia)

2004

Terrance J. Brown, faia

2005

Stanford Britt, faia

2006

Theodore C. Landsmark, Assoc. aia

2007

National Organization of Minority Architects (noma)

aia college of fellows


2008

Norma Sklarek, faia

2009

Clyde Porter, faia

2010

J. Benjamin Vargas, faia

2011

Sharon Egretta Sutton, faia

2012

Mortimer M. Marshall Jr.

2013

Harvey B. Gantt, faia

2014

Ivenue Love-Stanley, faia

2015

Auburn University Rural Studio

2016

R. Steven Lewis, faia

2017

Detroit Collaborative Design Center

2018

Tamara Eagle Bull, faia

2019

Karen L. Braitmayer, faia

2020

Gabrielle Bullock, faia

2021

Pascale Sablan, faia

2022

RIDING THE VORTEX

2023

Robert L. Easter, faia

topaz medallion recipients

488

1976

Jean Labatut, faia

1977

Henry Kamphoefner, faia

1978

Lawrence Anderson, faia

1979

G. Holmes Perkins, faia

1980

Serge Chermayeff

1981

Marcel Breuer, faia

1982

Joseph Esherick, faia

1983

Charles E. Burchard, faia

1984

Robert Geddes, faia

1985

Colin Rowe

1986

Vincent Scully Jr., Hon. aia

1987

Ralph Rapson, faia

1988

John Hejduk, faia

1989

Charles Moore, faia

1990

Raymond L. Kappe, faia

1991

Kenneth B. Frampton

Lists of Honor


1992

489

• Spiro Kostof

1993

Mario Salvadori, Hon. aia

1994

Harlan E. McClure, faia

1995

Henry N. Cobb, faia

1996

Denise Scott-Brown, riba

1997

Donlyn Lyndon, faia

1998

Werner Seligmann

1999

W. Cecil Steward, faia

2000

Alan H. Balfour

2001

Lee G. Copeland, faia

2002

Jerzy Soltan

2003

Marvin J. Malecha, faia

2004

Stanford Anderson

2005

Edward Allen, faia

2006

William G. McMinn, faia

2007

Lance Jay Brown, faia

2008

Stanley Tigerman, faia

2009

Adele Naude Santos, faia

2010

Michael Graves, faia

2011

Lawrence W. Speck, faia

2012

George Baird, Intl. Assoc. aia

2013

Robert Greenstreet, Intl. Assoc. aia

2014

Harrison Fraker, Assoc. aia

2015

Peter Eisenman, faia

2016

Douglas S. Kelbaugh, faia emeritus

2017

Robert A.M. Stern, faia

2018

Jorge Silvetti, Intl. Assoc. aia

2019

Toshiko Mori, faia

2020

David Leatherbarrow

2021

Kathyrn H. Anthony, PhD

2022

Deborah Berke, faia

2023

Dr. Sharon Egretta Sutton, faia

aia college of fellows


gold medalists 1907

Sir Aston Webb, RA, Hon. faia

1909

Charles Follen McKim, faia

1911

George Browne Post, faia

1914

Jean Louis Pascal, Hon. faia

1922

Victor Laloux, Hon. faia

1923

Henry Bacon, faia

1925

Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, Hon. faia

1925

Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, faia

1927

Howard Van Doren Shaw, faia

1929

Milton Bennett Medary, faia

1933

Ragnar Ostberg, Hon. faia

1938

Paul Philippe Cret, faia

1944

• Louis Henri Sullivan, faia

1947

Eliel Saarinen, faia

1948

Charles Donagh Maginnis, faia

1949

Frank Lloyd Wright

1950

Sir Patrick Abercrombie, Hon. faia

1951

Bernard Ralph Maybeck

1952

Auguste Perret, Hon. faia

1953

William Adams Delano, faia

1955

Willem Marinus Dudok, Hon. faia

1956

Clarence S. Stein, faia

1972

Pietro Belluschi, faia

1977

• Richard Joseph Neutra, faia

1978

Philip Cortelyou Johnson, faia

1979

Ieoh Ming Pei, faia

1981

Joseph Luis Sert, faia

1982

Romaldo Giurgola, faia

1983

Nathaniel A. Owings, faia

1985

• William Wayne Caudill, faia

1986

Arthur Erickson, Hon. faia

• honored posthumously

490

Lists of Honor


1989

Joseph Esherick, faia

1990

E. Fay Jones, faia

1991

Charles W. Moore, faia

1992

Benjamin Thompson, faia

1993

• Thomas Jefferson

1993

Kevin Roche, faia

1994

Sir Norman Foster, Hon. faia

1995

César Pelli, faia

1997

Richard Meier, faia

1999

Frank Gehry, faia

2000

Ricardo Legorreta, Hon. faia

2001

Michael Graves, faia

2002

Tadao Ando, Hon. faia

2004 2005

Santiago Calatrava, faia

2006

Antoine Predock, faia

2007

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• Samuel “Sambo” Mockbee, faia

• Edward Larrabee Barnes, faia

2008

Renzo Piano, faia

2009

Glenn Murcutt, faia

2010

Peter Q. Bohlin, faia

2011

Fumihiko Maki, faia

2012

Steven M. Holl, faia

2013

Thom Mayne, faia

2014

• Julia Morgan, faia

2015

Moshe Safdie, faia

2016

Denise Scott Brown, hon. faia, and Robert Venturi, faia

2017

Paul Revere Williams, faia

2018

James Stewart Polshek, faia

2019

Lord Richard Rogers, hon. faia

2020

Marlon Blackwell, faia

2021

Edward Mazria, faia

2022

Angela Brooks, faia, and Lawrence Scarpa, faia

2023

Carol Ross Barney, faia

aia college of fellows


leslie boney spirit of fellowship award

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2000

Leslie N. Boney Jr., faia

2001

Ernest H. Hara, faia

2002

Raymond P. Rhinehart, Hon. aia

2003

L. Jane Hastings, faia , and Norman Johnston, faia

2004

Norman L. Koonce, faia

2005

Paul Barkley, faia

2006

Robert A. Odermatt, faia

2007

Albert W. Rubeling, faia

2008

Eugene J. Mackey, III, faia

2009

Pauline Porter

2010

Robin Lee, Hon. aia

2011

Paul Welch, Hon., aia

2012

Gretchen Penney, aia

2013

Robert I. Selby, faia

2014

Harold L. Adams, faia

2015

James D. Tittle, faia

2016

Terri S. Stewart, hon aia, cae

2017

Frank E. Lucas, faia

2018

Barry Johns, aaa, fraic, rca(hon), faia

2019

Rebecca W. E. Edmunds, aia

2020

John R. Sorrenti, faia

2021

Edward J. Kodet Jr., faia

2022

Edward A. Vance, faia

Chronological Directory


photo sources & credits page 1o Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 143/1959 aia Journal, August 1959, page 48

page 11 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 145/196o Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 14 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 147/1961 aia Journal, June 1961, page 62

page 18 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 149/1962 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 21 Courtesy of the aia Archives (all)

page 151/1963 aia Journal, July 1963, page 78

page 23 Courtesy of the aia Archives

aia Journal, August 1964, page 69

page 24 Courtesy of the aia Archives

aia Journal, August 1965, page 59

page 26 Courtesy of the aia Archives

aia Journal, September 1966, page 59

page 31 Courtesy of the aia Archives

aia Journal, August 1967, page 64

page 34 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 162/1968 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 36 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 165/1969 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 38 Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 168/197o Courtesy of the aia Archives

page 39 Courtesy of the aia Foundation

page 171/1971 Courtesy of aia Detroit

page 50 Ed Wheeler

page 174/1972 aia Journal, July 1972, page 36

page 53 Ed Wheeler

aia Journal, July 1973, page 35

page 129/1952 Photo by Ridge Carpenter, New York City page 131/1953 Seattle Post –Intelligencer Collection Museum of History & Industry, Seattle page 139/1957 aia Journal, June 1957, page 144

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