AIA elevates 116 members and five international architects to the College of Fellows: Five from Massachusetts

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Yanel de Angel Salas FAIA | Perkins + Will

WASHINGTON, DC– The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is elevating 116 member-architects to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the architecture profession.

The fellowship program was developed to elevate those architects who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession and made a significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level. Prospective candidates must have at least 10 years of AIA membership and demonstrated influence in at least one of the following areas:

•        Promoted the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession;

•        Promoted the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standards of architectural education, training or practice;

•        Coordinated the building industry and the profession of architecture through leadership in the AIA or other related professional organizations; or

•        Advanced the living standards of people through an improved environment.

Fellows are selected by a seven-member Jury of Fellows. This year’s jury included Chair Paul Mankins, FAIA, Chair Substancearchitecture; Mary A. Burke, FAIA, Burke Design & Architecture PLLC; Philip Castillo, FAIA, Jahn; Mary Johnston, FAIA, Johnston Architects, LLC; Nancy Rogo Trainer, FAIA, Drexel University; Steven Spurlock, FAIA, Quinn Evans Architects and Anna Wu, FAIA, University of North Carolina, Durham, North Carolina

The newly elevated members and their AIA component affiliations are listed below. For complete details and images, visit the fellows directory.

Philip Chen FAIA | Ann Beha Architects

Lawrence Antoine, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

Javier Arizmendi, FAIA, AIA California Council

Catherine Baker, FAIA, AIA Illinois

Bartlett  “Bake” James Baker, Jr., FAIA, AIA Minnesota

Alexandra Barker, FAIA, AIA New York State

David Barkin, FAIA, AIA Connecticut

Mia Blanchett, FAIA, AIA Minnesota

Janet Bloomberg, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

James Braddock, FAIA, AIA New York State

Holly Briggs, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

Blaine Brownell, FAIA, AIA Minnesota

Madeline Burke-Vigeland, FAIA, AIA New York State

Philip Chen, FAIA, AIA Massachusetts

Tom S. Chung FAIA | Leers Weinzapfel Associates

Tom Chung, FAIA, AIA Massachusetts

R. Corey Clayborne, FAIA, AIA Virginia

Brendan Coburn, FAIA, AIA New York State

Lee Coplan, FAIA, AIA Maryland

Thomas Cox, FAIA, AIA Wisconsin

Brian Craig, FAIA, AIA Michigan

Yanel de Angel Salas, FAIA, AIA Massachusetts

Randy Deutsch, FAIA, AIA Illinois

Susannah Drake, FAIA, AIA New York State

Steven Dwyer, FAIA, AIA Minnesota

Robert Easter, FAIA, AIA Virginia

Christopher Eseman, FAIA, AIA Washington Council

Joseph G. Farrell, FAIA, AIA Florida

Katherine Faulkner FAIA | Katerra

Katherine Faulkner, FAIA, AIA Massachusetts

Barbara Flammang, FAIA, AIA California Council

Jason Forney, FAIA, AIA Massachusetts

David Goldberg, FAIA, AIA Washington Council

Jeff Goldstein, FAIA, AIA Pennsylvania

Avi Grigorescu, FAIA, AIA California Council

Donald Kranbuehl, FAIA, AIA North Carolina

Jason Forney FAIA | Bruner/Cott

Constance Lai, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

Vivian Lee, FAIA, AIA New York State

Erik L’Heureux, FAIA, AIA New York State

Karin Liljegren, FAIA, AIA California Council

Yu-Ngok Lo, FAIA, AIA California Council

Sara Lopergolo, FAIA, AIA New York State

Stephen Maher, FAIA, AIA Louisiana

Scott Marble, FAIA, AIA New York State

Gregory Mare, FAIA, AIA Ohio

Mariko Masuoka, FAIA, AIA Connecticut

Neal Matsuno, FAIA, AIA California Council

Angela Mazzi, FAIA, AIA Ohio

Susan McClymonds, FAIA, AIA New York State

Ellis McIntosh, FAIA, AIA Oklahoma

Christopher Meek, FAIA, AIA Washington Council

David Moore, FAIA, AIA South Carolina

Christiana Moss, FAIA, AIA Arizona

Kirk Narburgh, FAIA, AIA New York State

Alix O’Brien, FAIA, AIA California Council

Samuel Olshin, FAIA, AIA Pennsylvania

Margaret Parsons, FAIA, AIA Minnesota

Krista Phillips, FAIA, AIA Oregon

Mark Quattrocchi, FAIA, AIA California Council

Douglas Richards, FAIA, AIA Ohio

David Rogers, FAIA, AIA South Carolina

Thomas Roszak, FAIA, AIA Illinois

Gregory Rutledge, FAIA, AIA Virginia

Porie Saikia, FAIA, AIA New York State

Mark Schmieding, FAIA, AIA Illinois

David Schrader, FAIA, AIA Pennsylvania

Neal J.Z. Schwartz, FAIA, AIA California Council

Vijay Sehgal, FAIA, AIA California Council

Roger Sherman, FAIA, AIA California Council

James Silcott, FAIA, AIA California Council

Jason Smith, FAIA, AIA Pennsylvania

Robert R. Smith, FAIA, AIA Arizona

Jaime Sobrino, FAIA, AIA Florida

Pauline Souza, FAIA, AIA California Council

Barbara Spandorf, FAIA, AIA New York State

Robert Sponseller, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

Sean Stadler, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

Alyson Steele, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

Randy Steiner, FAIA, AIA Maryland

Erin Sterling Lewis, FAIA, AIA North Carolina

Eric Strain, FAIA, AIA Nevada

Terence Sullivan, FAIA, AIA Ohio

Joseph Tanney, FAIA, AIA New York State

Warren Techentin, FAIA, AIA California Council

Marc Teer, FAIA, AIA Illinois

Michael Tingley, FAIA, AIA Oregon

Jose Javier Toro, FAIA, AIA Florida and Peurto Rico

Bradley Touchstone, FAIA, AIA Florida

Jay Valgora, FAIA, AIA New York State

Andrew Vernooy, FAIA, AIA Montana

Mario Violich, FAIA, AIA California Council

Eugene Wagner, FAIA, AIA Texas Society of Architects

Christopher Wasney, FAIA, AIA California Council

Clifford Welch, FAIA, AIA Texas Society of Architects

Daniel White, FAIA, AIA Illinois

Steven White, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

Robert Whitlock, FAIA, AIA New York State

Mark A Williams, FAIA, AIA Texas Society of Architects

Ashley Wilson, FAIA, AIA Washington DC

W. Kenneth Wiseman, FAIA, AIA Virginia

Bruce Wright, FAIA, AIA Minnesota

Stephen Yablon, FAIA, AIA New York State

Thomas Zung, FAIA, AIA Ohio

The AIA Honorary Fellowship program honors international architects for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society on an international level. Five honorary fellows are being elevated this year by the 2020 Jury of Honorary Fellows. This year’s honorary fellows are:

Andrew Fox Bromberg, Hon. FAIA, Hong Kong

Bjarke Ingels, Hon. FAIA, Denmark

Regine Leibinger, Hon. FAIA, Germany

Tiantian Xu, Hon. FAIA, China

Zhu Pei, Hon. FAIA, China

AIA Honorary Fellows are selected by a nine-member Jury of Honorary Fellows. This year’s jury included Chair Robert Forest, FAIA, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture; Mary A. Burke, FAIA, Burke Design & Architecture PLLC; Philip Castillo, FAIA, Jahn; Jane Duncan, Hon. FAIA, Royal Institute of British Architects; Paul Mankins, FAIA, Substancearchitecture; Mary Johnston, FAIA, Johnston Architects, LLC; Nancy Rogo Trainer, FAIA, Drexel University; Steven Spurlock, FAIA, Quinn Evans Architects and Anna Wu, FAIA, University of North Carolina.

New fellows will be honored at a ceremony on May 15 at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2020 in Los Angeles.

Founded in 1857, AIA consistently works to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings, neighborhoods, and communities. Through more than 200 international, state and local chapters, AIA advocates for public policies that promote economic vitality and public wellbeing.

AIA provides members with tools and resources to assist them in their careers and business as well as engaging civic and government leaders and the public to find solutions to pressing issues facing our communities, institutions, nation, and world. Members adhere to a code of ethics and conduct to ensure the highest professional standards.