Out of a total of 88,000 AIA member architects in the United States, fewer than 3,200 are distinguished with the honor of fellowship from the prestigious AIA College of Fellows, the highest level of membership in the American Institute of Architects.
Boston Architects Nominated
The 2016 Jury of Fellows from the AIA have elevated nine (9) Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA) members to the College. These members are:
- Polly Carpenter FAIA — BSA Foundation
- Dianne P. Conard FAIA — US General Services Administration
- David Eisen FAIA – Abacus Architects + Planners
- Emily A. Grandstaff-Rice FAIA — Arrowstreet, Inc.
- Steven Imrich FAIA — Cambridge Seven Associates
- Anne-Marie Lubenau FAIA — Bruner Foundation
- Peter Rose FAIA — Peter Rose + Partners
- Gail M. Sullivan FAIA — Studio G Architects Inc.
- Gary Wolf FAIA — Wolf Architects Inc.
Readers can explore these individuals and their associations by clicking on the links by their names. Many of them spearhead some of Boston’s most notable architecture practices. You can also read details on each architect and why they were elevated to FAIA here.
Recognizing Achievements at Societal and National Level
Election to the College of Fellows of the AIA recognizes the achievements of architects individually as well as their contributions to architecture, the profession, and society at a national or broader level. A total of 149 AIA members have been elevated to Fellowship this year.
Other New England architects also elevated included: Douglas C. Bencks FAIA, University of New Hampshire, AIA New Hampshire; Kathleen A. Dorgan FAIA, Dorgan Architecture & Planning; Anthony Mosellie FAIA, Kohn Pedersen Fox, and Linda Reeder FAIA, Linda Reeder Architecture, LLC, AIA Connecticut; Margo P. Jones FAIA, Jones Whitsett Architects, AIA Western Massachusetts; Scott Simmons FAIA, Scott Simmons Architects, AIA Maine.