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Hall of Fame

  • Hall of Fame: George Suyama

    Since opening his firm in 1971, George Suyama has become known for tranquil houses that blend seamlessly with nature and the land.

     
  • Hall of Fame: David Dixon, FAIA

    David Dixon of Goody Clancy nabs our Hall of Fame title for 2012.

     
  • Will Bruders lifelong immersion in architecture informs an approach to practice marked by deep respect for the design process, an ageless joy in making things, and the conviction that ¬we work because of our clients, not in spite of our clients.®

    Hall of Fame: Will Bruder, AIA

    After more than five decades spent steeped in architecture, Will Bruder is one of the profession's truest of true believers.

     
  • Harry Teague.

    Hall of Fame: Harry Teague, aia

    Harry Teague earns the Hall of Fame award for his career-long exploration of modernism in the mountain West.

     
  • hall of fame: andrés duany, faia, and elizabeth plater-zyberk, faia, leed ap

    When he talks about the concept of time, Andrés Duany, FAIA, takes on the enthusiastic manner of a star physics student. “Time is a fascinating fourth dimension that is so exciting to me,” he says.

     
  • Cecil Baker's recent 100-unit condo project, the Western Union Building, rises above the narrow residential streets of Washington Square West.

    hall of fame: f. cecil baker, aia

    For a young architect in Philadelphia, 1972 was a bad year to be starting a business.

     
  • hall of fame: stuart cohen, faia, and julie hacker, aia

    No one would call Stuart Cohen, FAIA, or Julie Hacker, AIA, shy. The encyclopedic Cohen, a former professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, never seems more comfortable than when eloquently expounding on all things architectural.

     
  • hall of fame: frank d. welch, faia

    Reflecting on his 50-year career, Frank D. Welch, FAIA, recalls the pivotal moment in the architectural journey as if it were yesterday.

     
  • Hall of Fame: Sim Van der Ryn

    Decades after the first Earth Day thrust the environment into our nation's collective consciousness, the green building movement has just begun to gel. Although sustainable design is still a hard sell—and represents just a sliver of the housing market—it has come a long way since its origins in the...

     
  • hall of fame: ray kappe, faia

    Ray Kappe reinvented the house on the hill and architecture education as we know it.

     
 
 
 
 
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