Ask any architect or member of the AIA what it means to be elevated to the College of Fellows, and the answer will vary but maintain some level of similarity—it means one has been recognized for significant contributions to community and humanity. It’s an honor of the highest level in the architecture profession.
This year, California boasts 29 on the list of 139. They are:
Jeffrey Averill, FAIA: UCLA Capital Programs
Charles Bloszies, FAIA: Office of Charles F. Bloszies
Alan Bright, FAIA: HOK
Angela Brooks, FAIA: Brooks + Scarpa
James Brown, FAIA: Public Architecture
Gabrielle A. Bullock, FAIA: Perkins + Will
John Mason Caldwell, FAIA: Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects
Ernest Cirangle, FAIA: HOK
Scott L. Danielson, FAIA: Parsons Brinckerhoff, Americas
Michael Duncan, FAIA: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Isabelle Lucienne Duvivier, FAIA: Duvivier Architects
Daniel Mason Garber, FAIA: Fergus Garber Young Architects
Norman M. Garden, FAIA: RTKL Associates Inc.
Vano Haritunians, FAIA: AECOM
Robert A. Jernigan, FAIA: Gensler
David K. Kaneda, FAIA: Integral Group
David Maglaty, FAIA: HMC Architects
Robert R. Murrin, FAIA: AC Martin Partners, Inc
Marianne O’Brien, FAIA: SmithGroupJJR
Curtis Owyang, FAIA: LPAS Architecture & Design
Neal I. Payton, FAIA: Torti Gallas and Partners, Inc.
Wendy Sullock Rogers, FAIA: LPA, Inc.
Molly M. Scanlon, FAIA: Schmidt Scanlon Gordon
Bryan Shiles, FAIA: WRNS Studio
Joey Naruhiko Shimoda, FAIA: Shimoda Design Group
Steven K. Sobel, FAIA: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
David Van Wyk, FAIA: Walt Disney Imagineering
Ernesto M. Vasquez, FAIA: MVE Institutional, Inc.
Annette Wiley, FAIA: Wiley Architects
For a full list of those elevated, click here. And, stay tuned to our website for periodical insights into the lives various new Fellows.