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Mustafa K. Abadan

FAIA

2007

Morris Adjmi

FAIA

2014

Michael Adlerstein

FAIA

1994

Diana I. Agrest

FAIA

2008

Joseph J. Aliotta

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Three

2018

Through exemplary leadership, service, and advocacy, Joe Aliotta empowers emerging young professionals, advances the profession through mentorship, and builds connections with broader industry associations ─ resulting in greater growth, visibility, and effectiveness of the profession.

Timothy Allanbrook

FAIA

Object Two

2012

Tim Allanbrook has directed the restoration of numerous nationally known landmarks with meticulous attention to detail, often at a grand scale. He promulgates technologically advanced techniques while sharing his knowledge through lectures, teaching and tours.

Stanley T. Allen

FAIA

2011

Ross S. Anderson

FAIA

2002

Raya H. Ani

FAIA, LEED AP

Object One

2019

RAYA ANI is a visionary architect and urban designer whose work traverses disciplines to create meaningful experiences for society. Ranked among the most powerful architects in the Middle East, Raya advocates for sustainability and empowerment.

Stephen A. Apking

FAIA

2008

B

Ian Bader

FAIA

2008

Matthew Baird

FAIA

2015

Matthew Baird’s internationally recognized work embodies his passionate search for a timeless Architecture that creates beauty, compelling form, and cultural significance through his studied pursuit of a language of materiality and its optimized tectonic expression.

Ann Marie Baranowski

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Two

2017

Ann Marie Baranowski strategically integrates art and architecture into original built works of enduring value and advocates for culture as vital to the public realm.

Jay D. Bargmann

FAIA

Object Two

2018

Jay Bargmann has pioneered the integration of the practical and the visionary, employing innovative management processes to achieve the highest standards of design, function, and construction, and realize award-winning architecture that serves the public realm.

Alexandra A. Barker

FAIA

Object Two

2020

Alexandra Barker’s pioneering approach to architectural education, evidenced by the integrative curriculum and multi-disciplinary pedagogical strategies she has developed, anticipates new directions in practice, making transformative contributions to the future of the profession.

Alan R. Barlis

FAIA

Object One

2018

For over 20 years, Alan Barlis has been at the forefront of Passive House design. His work has been built upon a deep-seeded belief that high-performance principles can and must be accomplished without compromise to the architecture – regardless of a project’s style, scale, or budget. That belief has driven his nationally-recognized designs as well as his professional and academic advocacy.

Carmi Bee

FAIA

1991

David W. Beer

FAIA

1995

Byron Bell

FAIA

1995

Rick Bell

FAIA

2000

Barry Benepe

FAIA

1986

Carol R. Bentel

FAIA

2003

Israel Berger

FAIA

2013

Denise M. Berger

FAIA

Object Four

2018

Denise Berger’s leadership and advocacy resulted in the highest standards of design excellence for transportation and infrastructure projects. Her innovative policies and programs produced groundbreaking outcomes, elevating the stature of architecture in the public realm.

Kai-Uwe L. Bergmann

FAIA

Object One

2019

From Apprentice to Architect, Kai-Uwe’s path through the profession seeks to build bridges between concept and craft and the cultures and cities these ideas take root within.

Deborah Berke

FAIA, LEED AP

2008

Andrew D. Berman

FAIA

2014

Andrew Bernheimer

FAIA, NCARB

2018

Andrew Bernheimer has expanded the impact of design education and professional practice through teaching and studio-based research, enriching human experience within the personal space of dwellings and the collective spaces of social housing.

Charles M. Besjak

FAIA

Object Two

2016

An architect and structural engineer, Charles Besjak practices and promotes a bold and innovative integration of these disciplines, resulting in a body of work—projects, research, and lectures—that has profoundly influenced the profession.

John H. Beyer

FAIA, AICP

1979

James R. Biber

FAIA

2004

Donald R. Blair

FAIA

Object Two

2016

Donald Blair advances healthcare design by integrating extensive expertise in medical planning and design with strategic fiscal analysis to create financially sustainable architecture that expands the capacity for scientific research and delivers improved patient care.

Frederick A. Bland

FAIA, AICP

1992

Heidi Blau

FAIA, LEED

2013

Joan Blumenfeld

FAIA, IIDA

2005

Christine J. Bodouva

FAIA, LEED AP

2010

Kevin Bone

FAIA

Object Two

2012

Kevin Bone’s work as an educator focuses on sustainable design. Informed by three decades of architectural practice, ecological research, and public service, he has inspired a generation of students to address environmental issues through architecture.

Raymond Bordwell

FAIA

2013

Nestor Bottino

FAIA

2014

James R. Braddock

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Two

2020

Jim has elevated the design of laboratories and other complex spaces. His work is recognized for synthesizing technical requirements with human needs and aspirations, and for creating state-of-the-art laboratories that are a joy to use.

Joseph N. Brancato

FAIA, NCARB

Object Two

2019

Joseph Brancato’s innovative training and mentoring programs, his master plans and built work, and his pioneering approach to practice have advanced the roles of the architect and the Institute as agents of change globally.

Louise M. Braverman

FAIA

2008

Adrienne G. Bresnan

FAIA

1990

Joseph P. Bresnan

FAIA

1990

Carlos Brillembourg

FAIA

2013

Paul Broches

FAIA

1991

Hillary A. Brown

FAIA

2008

Lance Jay Brown

FAIA, DPACSA

2003

Eric Bunge

FAIA

Object One

2018

Eric Bunge designs inventive environments for an expanded public life. As an architect and educator, he connects architecture with public space, innovation with context, and people with a changing world.

John H. Burgee

FAIA

1977

J. Burgun

FAIA, FACHA

1983

(deceased)

Mary A. Burke

FAIA, IIDA

Object Three

2012

Mary Burke seeks to further the reach of design, integrating the practice of architecture with interior architecture and championing the power of collaboration in achieving transformative design.

Patrick J. Burke III

FAIA

Object Four

2017

An experienced and dedicated leader in the design and construction industry, Patrick Burke has spent decades overseeing the planning, design, and construction of large-scale, technically complex biomedical research facilities and other high-technology buildings. In his 15 year tenure leading planning, architecture, and construction at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), Burke has successfully delivered more than 2,000 projects with gross project budgets in excess of $900 million.

Madeline Burke-Vigeland

FAIA, LEED AP, NCARB

Object Two

2020

Madeline Burke-Vigeland's development of innovative collaborative processes to enhance outcomes has resulted in an advancement of architectural standards and the execution of internationally recognized educational and cultural projects.

David Burney

FAIA

2008

Mary C. Burnham

FAIA

Object One

2018

Mary Burnham’s humanist approach to architecture conveys the power of design—at all scales—to positively impact people’s lives. Her work expresses those values through a nuanced synthesis of placemaking, form, luminosity and materiality.

C

Santiago Calatrava

FAIA

2005

Stephen Cassell

FAIA

Object One

2019

Stephen Cassell grounds his work firmly in research. With deep attunement to client mission, intellectual rigor, and material sensuality, he carefully crafts architecture to provide enduring beauty with a broader sense of purpose.

Margaret O. Castillo

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Three

2016

Through her component leadership, Margaret Castillo has promoted the Institute’s goals of sustainable design and environmental responsibility by expanding public outreach, advocating for reform in Government, and advancing professional education in sustainable and resilient design.

Pablo Castro

FAIA

Object One

2018

Pablo Castro is recognized for his thoughtful pursuit of architecture as a cultural project with a broad social agenda. His deep commitment and constant search for an architecture of positive design contribution, aspiring to become an unobtrusive background to the lives of people, is disseminated via recognized notable work, lectures and exhibitions worldwide.

David R. Castro-Blanco

FAIA

1983

Peter D. Cavaluzzi

FAIA

2005

John Cetra

FAIA

Object Two

2017

Over a 35-year career and since co-founding his own firm in 1987, John Cetra has assembled and led a design practice dedicated to the transformation of urban multifamily housing and residential architecture.

Vishaan P. Chakrabarti

FAIA

Object Four

2018

Dedicated to advancing architecture for the public, enhancing community and creating neighborhoods, Vishaan Chakrabarti has spent his career focused on the enduring public metropolis, the design of its shared spaces, buildings and infrastructures.

Lo-Yi Chan

FAIA

1977

Katherine Chia

FAIA

Object One

2018

Katherine Chia’s bold, compelling designs pair the solidity and tactile quality of materials with the immateriality of light, form with flow, simplicity with eloquence, to create architecture that enhances and enlarges the collective human experience.

David M. Childs

FAIA

1985

Susan A. Chin

FAIA

2013

Susan Chin

FAIA, Hon. ASLA

1998

R. L. Cioppa

FAIA

1991

Henry N. Cobb

FAIA

1972

(deceased)

Brendan R. Coburn

FAIA

Object One

2020

Artfully weaving contemporary design with historic fabric for over two decades, Brendan has demonstrated that reuse of America’s 19th century buildings is a model for a thriving practice and continued stewardship of the built environment.

William J. Conklin

FAIA

1972

(deceased)

Richard A. Cook

FAIA

Object One

2012

Richard Cook is a passionate, internationally influential pioneer in the evolving field of sustainable design. Driven by concepts of biophilia, his built work engages the senses and expresses beautiful, modernist responses to context and place.

Alexander Cooper

FAIA

1986

Christopher B. Cooper

FAIA, LEED AP

Object One

2018

Chris Cooper works at the intersection of architecture and art. Embracing color, light, texture, and landscape, he creates abstracted and emotive environments that engage both users and the public realm.

Joseph Coppola

FAIA

Object Two

2018

Joseph Coppola’s grasp of architectural history, his design vision, and his dedication to serving the public realm have resulted in a precedent-setting advance in the art and science of the adaptive reuse of historic buildings.

Araldo A. Cossutta

FAIA

1974

(deceased)

Page A. Cowley

FAIA

2001

Randolph R. Croxton

FAIA

1996

William H. CUNNINGHAM

FAIA

Object Four

2017

Bill Cunningham, as its first Campus Architect, has used design excellence to transform Weill Cornell Medicine's campus into the embodiment of the highest standards of medical education, research, and practice with national and global influence.

D

Richard Dattner

FAIA

1978

Theoharis David

FAIA

1996

Robert I. Davidson

FAIA

1999

Steven M. Davis

FAIA

1997

d

Francois C. de Menil

FAIA

2002

D

Jared DellaValle

FAIA

Object Two

2019

Jared Della Valle is expanding the role of the architect through innovation of practice. He has designed and developed acclaimed work by leading a renaissance of entrepreneurship in the profession to improve the built environment

Melissa L. DelVecchio

FAIA

Object One

2019

Melissa DelVecchio has demonstrated to the profession and influential clients that the principles of Classicism and Modernism can be dynamic conversational partners producing expressive buildings that give places identity and meaning.

Judith DiMaio

FAIA

2013

Umberto Dindo

FAIA

Object Five

2012

With his entrepreneurial advocacy for innovative design and urbanism, Umberto Dindo has elevated the architect’s role in society by energizing his community, colleagues, and the AIA through exhibitions, symposia, teaching and spirited community service.

John M. Dixon

FAIA

1977

Nicole M. Dosso

FAIA, LEED BD+C, WELL AP

Object Two

2016

An exceptional leader, Nicole Dosso is a gifted practitioner of the technical craft of architecture, an expert in the technical challenges of designing tall buildings on complex urban sites, and a mentor to women practitioners.

Michael F. Doyle

FAIA

2010

Susannah C. Drake

FAIA, FASLA

Object Two

2020

Susannah Drake is at the forefront of interdisciplinary design and advocacy. Leadership of professional and community organizations, award-winning research-based practice, groundbreaking exhibitions, publications and teaching typify her activist role in addressing climate change through design.

Kenneth H. Drucker

FAIA

2009

Roger F. Duffy Jr.

FAIA

2007

Craig E. Dykers

FAIA

Object One

2018

Craig Edward Dykers is internationally recognized for the development of architecture and landscape design with a singular and timeless response to the interactions of human nature and the natural world. The unique aesthetic of this approach has shown that everything from the smallest to the largest scale can promote social diversity and environmental responsibility that positively impacts cities, habitats, and people

E

Mary-Jean Eastman

FAIA

1998

Stanton Eckstut

FAIA

1988

Bruce Eisenberg

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Four

2019

Bruce Eisenberg has spent his career transforming public sector architecture by raising design standards for housing, buildings and parks. His work enhances design quality by skillfully combining sustainability with thoughtful preservation.

Peter D. Eisenman

FAIA

1981

Robert Eisenstat

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Four

2017

Robert Eisenstat's leadership and advocacy have resulted int he highest standards of design excellence for transportation and infrastructure projects. His wide-reaching and consequential efforts have raised the stature of the architect in the public realm.

John M. Ellis

FAIA

1998

F

Michael M. Fieldman

FAIA

1997

Martin J. Finio

FAIA, LEED, NCARB

Object One

2016

Martin Finio combines an embrace of constraints with a keen attention to light, material, detail, and construction. His work displays a consistent elegance, invention, and restraint, bringing meaning to place and elevating life’s daily rituals.

Joseph L. Fleischer

FAIA

1994

Michael D. Flynn

FAIA

2000

Bruce S. Fowle

FAIA, LEED AP

1985

Donald Fram

FAIA

2010

Robert Belmont Freeman Jr.

FAIA

2009

G

Michael Gabellini

FAIA

2004

Carl Galioto

FAIA

2004

Mario Gandelsonas

FAIA

2006

Deborah Gans

FAIA

2014

Nicholas P. Garrison

FAIA, OAQ, LEED AP

Object One

2019

Nicholas Garrison’s innovative architecture is a collaboration among the built, the natural, and human experience. Eschewing conventions of style and typology, his work is elegant and timeless, superbly designed and humanistic in its intent.

Lia Gartner

FAIA, LEED AP

2010

Lia Gartner’s leadership of vast departments and projects, advancement of her fellow architects, and commitment to design excellence have elevated public architecture and the role of the profession. She has devoted her career to fostering the design and realization of outstanding architecture for the public good. In so doing, she has transformed the role and responsibilities of public architects in New York City.

Robert F. Gatje

FAIA

1973

(deceased)

Robert Geddes

FAIA

1967

Gerard F.X. Geier II

FAIA, FIIDA, LEED AP

2008

Stephanie Gelb

FAIA

2010

John P. Gering

FAIA

Object Two

2019

John Gering pioneered the integration of design with advanced technologies in high performance communications environments. Through his leadership at HLW and partnerships with his peers, he has imparted his knowledge to architects worldwide.

Rocco Giannetti

FAIA, LEED AP ID+C, NCARB

Object Two

2018

Rocco Giannetti has spearheaded the transformation of the workplace, integrating wellness, productivity, and sustainability. His precedent-setting work consistently promotes the value of design excellence and advances the importance of interior architecture.

David L. Ginsberg

FAIA

1980

(deceased)

Mark E. Ginsberg

FAIA, LEED AP

2006

Mark Ginsberg, FAIA, leads his colleagues on issues of planning, urban design, affordable housing, zoning and building codes, moving the architectural profession into a position of esteem and influence.

Richard J. Gluckman

FAIA

1998

Steven M. Goldberg

FAIA

1991

M. H. Goldfinger

FAIA

1986

Nicholas Goldsmith

FAIA, LEED

1997

Joann Gonchar

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Two

2018

Through her work as a journalist, Joann Gonchar provides architects with critical information, insight, and inspiration. Her articles, which clearly communicate complex design and technical innovations, promote best practices in sustainability, structures, materials, and preservation.

Fanny T. Gong

FAIA

2014

Robert Goodwin

FAIA, LEED AP

2015

In over 25 years of practice, Rob Goodwin has created a compelling body of work, spanning a broad range of types and scales, unified by the desire to create a unique expression for each project.

Alexander Gorlin

FAIA

2005

Eric Goshow

FAIA, LEED AP BD+C

Object Three

2018

Eric Goshow’s approach to leadership in the AIA and in his practice places great emphasis on the power of collaboration and teamwork to achieve hard-to-reach goals that benefit the profession of architecture and society.

Ted J. Gottesdiener

FAIA

2003

Lisa Gould

FAIA

2006

Christopher K. Grabe

FAIA, LEED AP

2009

John P. Grady

FAIA

2009

Warren W. Gran

FAIA

1994

Thomas Grassi

FAIA

Object Four

2017

Thomas Grassi devoted his career to being a manager for transformative regional transportation projects, a leader rebuilding Lower Manhattan and Word Trade Center transportation infrastructure, and an ambassador sharing the story of architecture's healing power.

Beth Greenberg

FAIA

2015

Beth Greenberg is a passionate urbanist who creates dynamic architecture transforming the civic realm. Her expertise in the public process and users’ spatial experience guides her leadership of complex projects, engaging communities and revitalizing neighborhoods.

Frank J. Greene

FAIA

2007

Robin Guenther

FAIA

2006

H

Frances Halsband

FAIA

1986

Theodore Hammer

FAIA

1996

Gary E. Handel

FAIA

2015

Gary Handel has pioneered the design of hybrid residential buildings that measurably revitalize underutilized neighborhoods in historic city centers with a rigorous emphasis on civic space and a discerning interpretation of local materiality and scale.

Gary P. Haney

FAIA, RIBA

Object One

2017

Gary Haney uses breakthrough technologies, sustainable strategies, and innovative structural geometries as the inspiration for iconic architectural forms. His pioneering buildings fuse bold engineering concepts and expressive materials to elevate user experiences and transform cities.

Alan M. M. Hantman

FAIA

2001

Timothy Hartung

FAIA

1997

Richard S. Hayden

FAIA

1987

Laura Heim

FAIA

Object Two

2018

Laura Heim advances restoration standards in historic neighborhoods by sensitively inserting contemporary programs and design into older buildings, transforming and extending the relevance of historic fabric, resulting in restored sustainable communities.

Robert A. Heintges

FAIA

2009

David P. Helpern

FAIA

1993

Scott K. Henson

FAIA

Object One

2020

Scott Henson advances the field of preservation, elevating traditional building practices to globally conscious, sustainable design. Henson’s crafted approach embodies building stewardship and advocates adaptive reuse to the profession.

Steven M. Holl

FAIA

Object One

2011

Holl and his firm, Steven Holl Architects, have completed projects that tackle the urban-scale planning and development conundrums that define success in the built environment. He’s able to work with diverse clients to get projects executed, all while being a tenured professor at Columbia University. His explorations have served as an inspiration to his colleagues.

Malcolm Holzman

FAIA

1981

Kevin Hom

FAIA

Object Two

2017

As Dean, Kevin Hom has re-invented the architecture program at CUNY's School of Technology and Design, developing a dynamic, sustainability-focused and technology-based model for preparing disadvantaged students to enter and bring diversity to the profession.

Reginald D. Hough

FAIA

1997

Nathan C. Hoyt

FAIA

2008

(deceased)

Charles K. Hoyt

FAIA

1993

(deceased)

Frances P. Huppert

FAIA

1997

J

Stephen B. Jacobs

FAIA

1984

Stephan Jaklitsch

FAIA

Object One

2020

Stephan Jaklitsch’s projects are explorations into the widely applicable potential of architectural design. The excellence of his work and his influence on the public-professional dialogue have expanded the significance of architecture and of the profession.

Sudhir Jambhekar

FAIA

2008

Pamela S. Jerome

FAIA

Object One

2018

Pamela Jerome is an innovative leader in the application of theory and doctrine on the preservation of significant structures in the US and worldwide. Her award winning projects, volunteer work, publications, and training have an international impact.

Jeh Vincent Johnson

FAIA

1977

Timothy J. Johnson

FAIA

Object One

2017

Timothy Johnson has transformed urban environments worldwide by designing buildings that blur the line between public and private, thereby uniting clients with their communities, landmarking their respective cities and invigorating entire neighborhoods.

Stephen Johnson

FAIA

2010

Wendy E. Joseph

FAIA, LEED AP

2003

K

Leonard S. Kady

FAIA

Object Three

2018

Influential leader, connector, and educator, Leonard Kady advocates for AIA Small Firms. He impacts the practice of architecture to expand the definition of “Small” through meaningful contributions to the profession, the Institute, and society.

Daniel J. Kaplan

FAIA

Object One

2012

Dan applies his passion for urbanism and sustainability equally to buildings and cities; he creates engaging new models for imaginative, livable, and lasting environments that animate the civic realm.

Bernhard M. Karpf

FAIA

Object One

2018

Bernhard Karpf has advanced a distinguished body of modern architecture at Richard Meier & Partners, distinctive for its order and composition, natural light, meticulous assembly, and site transformation.

Jan Keane

FAIA

1995

Laurie D. Kerr

FAIA, LEED AP

2015

A pioneer in energy efficiency and urban sustainability, translating her innovative, data-driven policies for New York City into a replicable model now being utilized by ten American cities.

Leevi Kiil

FAIA

2002

Robert A. King

FAIA

2014

Alex S. Klatskin

FAIA

2010

J. Arvid Klein

FAIA

1993

Robert Kliment

FAIA

1986

(deceased)

Andrew B. Knox

FAIA

Object Five

2020

Andrew Knox has focused his practice on elevating the lives of the societally disadvantaged through innovative humanistic design. Knox's completed projects advanced the discussion and achievements of societally committed architecture.

A. Eugene Kohn

FAIA

1986

Peter Krasnow

FAIA

2001

Carl F. Krebs

FAIA

2015

Carl Krebs creates places that foster community and identity by connecting people to the cultural context and history that are bound into sites and physical settings.

Joan Krevlin

FAIA, LEED AP

2010

Judith M. Kunoff

FAIA

2015

Judith Kunoff is responsible for all architectural work undertaken in MTA New York City Transit; this work includes 21st century subway expansion projects, reconstruction of major existing station complexes, ADA alterations, historic restorations, new support facilities and the design and construction of related urban design elements.

Michael Kwartler

FAIA

1990

L

Erik L’Heureux

FAIA

Object Two

2020

Erik L’Heureux integrates design education and academic leadership to creative practice, championing novel design strategies for hot, wet and dense cities of the equator, and the warming world.

Alexander Lamis

FAIA

Object Two

2016

Through his work designing major public and academic libraries, archives, museums, and cultural institutions, Alexander Lamis has madea significant contribution to the understanding of our national heritage while making an investment in the future of American cities.

Patricia Lancaster-Brown

FAIA

2004

Vivian W. Lee

FAIA, LEED AP

Object One

2020

Vivian Lee designs meticulously crafted buildings that—through environmental calibration, technological innovation, and a keen understanding of local context and socio-cultural differences—promote an architecture predicated on sustainability, equity, and beauty.

Gillet Lefferts Jr.

FAIA

1971

Jill N. Lerner

FAIA

2004

David M. Leven

FAIA

Object One

2018

Architect and educator, David Leven’s precisely detailed buildings, actualize the progressive principles of openness, light and abstraction while challenging expectations of program and type.

Conrad Levenson

FAIA

2000

Kenneth D. Levien

FAIA

2013

Paul M. Lewis

FAIA

Object One

2017

Architect, professor, speaker and author Paul Lewis has bridged the worlds of practice and academia producing award-winning architecture, interiors, books and conceptual projects. His acclaimed built works synthesize design excellence and tectonic innovation.

Ismael Leyva

FAIA

Object Two

2018

Ismael Leyva’s dynamic work has elevated the design of residential projects in New York City, aligning singularly innovative and contextually responsive solutions with real-world challenges of difficult sites, market demands, financial constraints, and entrenched regulations.

Daniel Libeskind

FAIA

Object One

2017

Daniel Libeskind believes that buildings contribute to the greater cultural context in which they are built. Committed to expanding the scope of architecture reflects his profound interest and involvement in philosophy, art, literature, and music.

Theodore Liebman

FAIA

1986

Carol Loewenson

FAIA, LEED AP

2013

L. Reynolds Logan Jr.

FAIA

Object One

2017

Renny Logan has advanced a distinguished body of modern architecture at Richard Meier & Partners, distinctive for its order and composition, natural light, meticulous assembly, and site transformation.

Sara Lopergolo

FAIA

Object One

2020

For nearly three decades, Sara Lopergolo has created elegant design solutions for cultural, residential and commercial projects that transcend the practical and elevate quality of life all while cultivating a collaborative and engaging work environment.

William C. Louie

FAIA

1994

Frank Lupo

FAIA, LEED

2009

M

Emma Macari

FAIA

Object Four

2006

The highest ranking architect in an American university, staunch mentor to women architects, Emma E. Macari, FAIA, has greatly improved three major public universities, raised the standards of higher-education institutions, and inspired design professionals to create consequential architecture.

Michael A. Manfredi

FAIA

2006

Scott Marble

FAIA

Object One

2020

Scott Marble has worked to advance the discipline of architecture through his leadership in design innovation, architectural education and professional practice.

Peter P. Marino

FAIA

2006

Sandro Marpillero

FAIA

2010

Bernard A. Marson

FAIA

2010

Elisabeth Martin

FAIA

Object Two

2017

Elisabeth Martin's leadership and advocacy for public libraries is a catalyst for transformative change. Through practice, her passion has fueled discourse, inspired solutions, influenced national models, and demonstrated the power of design in the public realm.

Jonathan J. Marvel

FAIA

Object One

2012

Jonathan Marvel imbues public architecture with depth and meaning, forging constraints of sustainability, site, and security into bold forms and dynamic spaces, expanding the language and capacity of architecture in the public realm.

Audrey Matlock

FAIA

2011

Laurie M. Maurer

FAIA

1983

Arthur May

FAIA

1991

(deceased)

James McCullar

FAIA

1999

Sandra McKee

FAIA

Object Five

2019

Sandra pursues the architect’s potential to create a better built environment. She combines this goal with practical, hands-on approaches, bringing positive change by leading, encouraging and motivating her community to contribute in shaping their city.

Jonathan McKown Jr.

FAIA

2006

Richard A. Meier

FAIA

1976

Carl Meinhardt

FAIA

1985

Alan Melting

FAIA

1995

Richard Metsky

FAIA, LEED AP

2013

D. Blakeslee Middleton

FAIA, LEED AP

2007

George H. Miller

FAIA

1999

Edward I. Mills

FAIA

1998

Lee F. Mindel

FAIA

2000

Victor A. Mirontschuk

FAIA

Object Two

2016

A pioneer in and influential advocate for higher density housing, Victor Mirontschuk combines planning and architecture to design environments that promote social interaction and create community. His innovations have established new standards across the country.

Julia F. Monk

FAIA, IIDA, LEED AP

Object Two

2019

International hoteliers recognize Julia Monk as an industry pioneer. She created a global brand known equally for its award-winning expertise in architecture and interior design. Today she continues to challenge the hospitality design status quo.

Toshiko Mori

FAIA

2005

Jeffrey A. Murphy

FAIA

Object Two

2016

Jeffrey Murphy’s architecture fosters social engagement, fortifies community and dramatically broadens the impact and influence of his institutional clients.

Henry Myerberg

FAIA

2011

N

Barbara A. Nadel

FAIA

2000

Daniel H. Nall

FAIA, PE, LEED AP

2003

Barbara Neski

FAIA

1985

Margaret E. Newman

FAIA

2013

Scott D. Newman

FAIA

2015

Scott Newman, AIA, has created and led a practice that has advanced the quality of museum architecture through tailored planning and purposeful design.

Michael A. Nieminen

FAIA

2011

O

Terrence E. O’Neal

FAIA

2013

Rolf H. Ohlhausen

FAIA

1984

Richard M. Olcott

FAIA

1997

Herbert Oppenheimer

FAIA

1978

P

Joshua J. Pan

FAIA

1994

Tician Papachristou

FAIA

1980

Sherida E. Paulsen

FAIA

2003

William Pedersen

FAIA, FAAR

1988

I. M. Pei

FAIA

1964

(deceased)

Rafael Pelli

FAIA, LEED AP

2014

Peter M. Pennoyer

FAIA

2014

L. Perkins Jr.

FAIA

1993

Bogdan Z. Pestka

FAIA

2010

Joanna M. Pestka

FAIA

2009

Jean P. Phifer

FAIA, LEED

2006

Thomas M. Phifer

FAIA

2011

David Piscuskas

FAIA, LEED AP

2006

Daria F. Pizzetta

FAIA

Object Two

2017

Daria Pizzetta has had a leading role in shaping the evolution of library design nationally, as well as the discourse about the design of major public buildings and arts institutions.

Charles A. Platt

FAIA

1999

(deceased)

Michael Plottel

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Four

2017

Michael Plottel has dedicated his 25+-year career to advancing the practice and theory of public architecture by focusing on the design and construction of socially relevant projects with the result of rebuilding cities, strengthening institutions, enhancing public spaces, and ultimately serving the everyday needs of the citizen.

Raymond Plumey

FAIA

2006

James S. Polshek

FAIA

1973

Lee H. Pomeroy

FAIA

1979

(deceased)

Gerrard S. Pook

FAIA

1980

Peter Pran

FAIA

2001

(deceased)

Theodore H. Prudon

FAIA

2002

R

George Ranalli

FAIA

2015

George Ranalli is an educational leader who facilitates a mutually beneficial collaboration between the academy and the profession. Mr. Ranalli’s architecture is based upon a design ethos that translates architectural history into a contemporary idiom.

Jeffrey L. Raven

FAIA

2015

Jeffrey Raven is a recognized leader in sustainable and resilient urban design whose innovative research is applied through his professional practice and disseminated throughout the profession, academia, government and allied disciplines.

Ken Ricci

FAIA

1998

Lyn Rice

FAIA, LEED AP

Object One

2019

Lyn Rice engages the public with memorable buildings that approach normative architectural issues unconventionally. Rice brings a resourceful civic-mindedness to a range of cultural projects, inventively mining practical constraint to generate unexpected design solutions.

Juergen Riehm

FAIA

2005

Margaret S. Rietveld

FAIA

2007

Ronnette Riley

FAIA

1998

David S. Rockwell

FAIA

2015

David Rockwell explores theater as public performance and a narrative medium to design experience-rich environments. By merging theater and architecture, Rockwell uses the built form to imagine new worlds, tell stories, and engage with others.

David S. Rockwell

FAIA

2015

David Rockwell explores theater as public performance and a narrative medium to design experience-rich environments. By merging theater and architecture, Rockwell uses the built form to imagine new worlds, tell stories, and engage with others.

Susan T. Rodriguez

FAIA

2003

Robert M. Rogers

FAIA

2008

Ann M. Rolland

FAIA, LEED

Object Two

2016

Ann Rolland creates transformative educational and institutional facilities. By forging collaborative processes and connections, she generates opportunities that advance mission-driven program and design.

Burton L. Roslyn

FAIA

2011

(deceased)

James S. Russell

FAIA

2010

Mary Elizabeth Rusz, FAIA

FAIA

Object Four

2019

As Public Architect and Urban Designer, Mary Elizabeth Rusz is a leader in community regeneration, design innovation and conservation. Her neighborhood strategies, thoughtful interventions, and design excellence “make life better” for the communities she serves.

William S. Ryall Jr.

FAIA

Object One

2016

William Ryall’s work reflects an organic unity of sustainability, environmental stewardship, utility, and aesthetics. Unhampered by the limitations of rigid and externally imposed rules, he deploys the principles underlying LEED and the objectives of Passive House to create a new paradigm for architecture.

Donald P. Ryder

FAIA

1984

S

Joan Saba

FAIA

2015

An architect devoted to healthcare, Joan Saba is leading a transformation within the healthcare industry: by proving the value of the built environment in high-performance care, she improves health and healing through innovative, inspiring design.

Jennifer Sage

FAIA, LEED AP

2014

Porie Saikia

FAIA

Object Four

2020

Porie Saikia has demonstrated exemplary leadership by driving design excellence in civic architecture and championing innovative project delivery to enhance the built environment experience, benefiting millions in the New York region and the world.

Peter Samton

FAIA

1975

Michael M. Samuelian

FAIA, AICP

Object Two

2016

Michael Samuelian has planned and managed the design of tens of millions of square feet of New York City, focusing on innovative mixed-use centers, enhanced public spaces, and excellence and diversity in design.

Joel A. Sanders

FAIA

Object Two

2019

Through teaching, writing and practice, Joel Sanders has pioneered the examination of the relationship between architecture, gender and embodied experience, producing design research projects committed to the creation of inclusive spaces that meet the needs of people of different ages, genders and disabilities.

Anthony P. Schirripa

FAIA, IIDA

2010

Todd H. Schliemann

FAIA

2002

Mildred F. Schmertz

FAIA

1977

(deceased)

Peter Schubert

FAIA

2013

Aaron B. Schwarz

FAIA

2004

Walter Sedovic

FAIA, LEED

2010

Paul Segal

FAIA

1986

Annabelle M. Selldorf

FAIA

2009

Brian J. Shea

FAIA

Object One

2018

Brian Shea has advanced the art and practice of urban design in the United States. His approach combines a rigorous method of physical analysis with creatively integrative design solutions to guide the responsible growth of American cities, communities, and campuses.

Kimberly Sheppard

FAIA

Object One

2016

Throughout thirty years of design innovation, leadership, and preservation endeavors, Kimberly Sheppard combines light and space with exacting materiality to conceive sculptural environments which engage and enhance the lives of the end user.

William C. Shopsin

FAIA

2001

Robert H. Siegel

FAIA

1991

Lloyd A. Sigal

FAIA

Object Two

2018

Lloyd Sigalhas elevated the profession and educated the next generation of architects through leadership on exceptionally complex, award-winning projects driven by innovation and collaboration, as well dramatic building transformations, that have reshaped global practice.

Lee H. Skolnick

FAIA

2003

James J. Slade

FAIA, LEED AP

Object One

2016

Thoughtfully synthesizing each project’s unique conditions, James Slade’s architecture and interiors embody diverse client identities through form, materiality, color, graphics and texture.

Sylvia Smith

FAIA, LEED

2009

Gabriel Smith

FAIA

2015

Architect, craftsman, educator, Gabriel Smith’s endeavors converge in spirited modernist buildings. His hands-on work reveals the extraordinary in the ‘ordinary’ by carefully weaving elemental materials with site, space, and light.

Carolyn Jane Jane Smith

FAIA, IIDA

Object Two

2017

As a highly regarded leader of practice, projects, and education, Jane Smith has pioneered the integration of pragmatism and imagination, of design and the business of design, advancing the strength and influence of the profession.

Christopher G. Smith

FAIA

2004

Henry H. Smith-Miller

FAIA

2014

Kalavati A. Somvanshi

FAIA

Object Two

2017

Kalavati Somvanshi is a leader who leverages foresight and experience by creating learning opportunities for the fellow architects, consultants and subcontractors. Her efforts enhance design excellence, technical expertise for teams facilitating the practice of architecture.

Richard W. Southwick

FAIA, LEED AP

2008

Barbara E. Spandorf

FAIA, LEED AP

Object Four

2020

Barbara Spandorf champions architectural practice through her leadership in creating award-winning facilities in the public realm. Skillfully working with diverse stakeholders, she advocates and realizes inspiring civic projects that advance institutional missions and transform communities.

Stanley Stark

FAIA, LEED AP

2005

Jonathan N. Stark

FAIA

2014

William H. Stein

FAIA

2008

Carl Stein

FAIA

1985

Ralph Steinglass

FAIA

1992

Robert A.M. Stern

FAIA

1984

Mark E. Strauss

FAIA, AICP, LEED

2004

Abby P. Suckle

FAIA, LEED

2006

Allen Swerdlowe

FAIA

Object Five

2016

Allen Swerdlowe spent his career combining political participation, professional expertise and passion to work pro-bono with communities, municipalities and private developers to elevate the quality of their projects and public space for the public good.

Yvonne Y. Szeto

FAIA, LEED AP

2010

T

Joseph D. Tanney Jr.

FAIA

Object One

2020

A leader in prefabricated design, Joseph Tanney AIA creates nationally-recognized, award-winning homes with his distinctive design methodology, THE MODERN MODULAR. His impact has been transformative, broadening the understanding of prefab among the profession and public.

John Tarantino

FAIA

2001

Marilyn J. Taylor

FAIA

1998

Douglas A. Tilden

FAIA

Object Two

2016

Combining design, managerial, and political leadership, Doug has improved the lives of millions worldwide by creating a legacy of railtransit mega-projects that exceeds aesthetic and operational considerations to achieve unique expressions of culture and place.

Calvin Tsao

FAIA

2007

Bernard Tschumi

FAIA

2008

V

Jay Valgora

FAIA, APA, LEED AP

Object One

2020

Jay Valgora founded and leads an internationally recognized practice, STUDIO V. His influential designs in architecture, urban design and preservation transform urban edges and reconnect communities, while engaging history and context in innovative ways.

Rafael Vinoly

FAIA

1993

v

James von Klemperer

FAIA

2006

V

Bartholomew Voorsanger

FAIA

1985

W

Kenneth H. Walker

FAIA

1987

Sheldon Wander

FAIA

1989

Roberta D. Washington

FAIA

2006

Gregory T. Waugh

FAIA

Object Two

2016

A proven technical leader, Gregory Waugh has acquired a specialized skillset in the documentation and execution of complex architectural projects. Gregory displays great ingenuity at implementing technical innovations with expertise in integrated project delivery.

Dennis W. Wedlick

FAIA

Object Two

2019

Dennis Wedlick has refined the custom single-family home practice as a creative laboratory for eco-friendly design. Through his designs, writings, and advocacy, he disseminates the attributes of sustainability and builds coalitions to use green architecture for the greater good.

Don Weinreich

FAIA

Object Two

2016

Don Weinreich believes professional practice offers boundless opportunities for creativity. Making superior buildings, creating a vibrant firm culture, optimizing computation in practice and working to mitigate the worldwide refugee crisis are his passions.

Stephen A. Weinryb

FAIA

2015

Stephen Weinryb is a leader with unique talents and experience in the execution of complex projects. His focus has been to ensure technical innovation in code development, constructability, and the execution of multifaceted design elements.

Marion Weiss

FAIA

Object One

2012

Marion Weiss pursues an architecture that transcends disciplinary distinctions to capitalize on the powerful reciprocity between architecture, landscape, and urbanism.

Claire Weisz

FAIA

Object One

2013

Claire Weisz has elevated design in the public realm by creating works that are architecturally significant and have enduring social value. She has made apparent the power of design to both regenerate and innovate.

David C. West

FAIA

Object Two

2018

David West has played a seminal role in the advancement of housing design and the highrise, apartment building typology in New York City, establishing national and international models for urban housing.

Paul Whalen

FAIA

Object Two

2018

Through his planning projects, buildings, lectures, and writings, Paul Whalen shows how the lessons of American urbanism, from traditional towns to high-density Manhattan, can guide 21st century community-making at all scales at home and internationally.

Andrew Whalley

FAIA, RIBA, FRSA

Object One

2019

Andrew Whalley’s design vision and leadership have given rise to a portfolio of award-winning projects that elicit joy, foster unique experiences and impart a lasting, forward-thinking impression on people, places and institutions around the world.

Samuel G. White

FAIA

1997

Robert C. Whitlock

FAIA

Object One

2020

Robert Whitlock redefines the skyscraper by balancing formal expression with purposeful consideration for how supertall buildings shape the urban skyline while dynamically engaging with the street below.

Barbara Wilks

FAIA, FASLA

1999

Paul Willen

FAIA

1994

Tod C. Williams

FAIA

1992

John H. Winkler

FAIA

1989

Steven Winter

FAIA

1994

Elissa Winzelberg

FAIA

2015

Elissa Winzelberg has elevated the quality of Supportive Housing in New York City and beyond, effectively combating homelessness by advancing an innovative housing model that promotes design excellence and sustainability.

Kellogg Wong

FAIA

1986

Daniel E. Wood

FAIA, LEED AP

Object One

2016

Dan Wood is an architect with a deep commitment to sustainability and programmatic innovation. Recognized as being among the most innovative architects working in this area today, his projects have received nine AIA awards in the last seven years and his office WORKac was selected as the 2015 AIA New York State Firm of the Year.

Graham S. Wyatt

FAIA

Object Two

2018

Graham Wyatt advances the profession by demonstrating the power of architecture to further the art and science of education while strengthening the unique campus identities of the academic institutions he serves.

Y

Stephen Yablon

FAIA

Object Two

2020

Stephen Yablon has had a national impact in the design of community healthcare facilities, as well as other projects for the underserved, by bringing design excellence and refinement to these often overlooked facilities.

Richard C. Yancey

FAIA, LEED AP, NCARB

Object Four

2019

Extending his passion for designing sustainably crafted architecture, Richard Yancey has created a pioneering international center of excellence dedicated to building energy efficiency, addressing one of the biggest challenges of our time.

Adam Yarinsky

FAIA, LEED AP

2007

Mark A. Yoes

FAIA, LEED AP

Object One

2018

Mark Yoes pioneered the integration of architecture and infrastructure for the public realm. His architectural designs have set a national standard by infusing New York’s built environment with civic dignity.

Norbert W. Young Jr.

FAIA

2000

Linda Yowell

FAIA

2001

Z

Howard L. Zimmerman

FAIA

Object Two

2017

A respected leader and expert int he preservation and restoration of building facades, Howard Zimmerman has raised awareness and advanced the standards of this specialty, transforming the safety and aesthetics of the urban experience.

David M. Ziskind

FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD&C

2011

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