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Fellows Series: Mark Reddington FAIA

Thursday November 20, 2003
Noon luncheon, Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle
a presentation in the AIA Seattle Fellows/Honors Series

Mark Reddington FAIA (BArch with honors, University of Cincinnati 1977), a design partner of Seattle's LMN Architects, has led the design for many prominent public projects which enrich the civic and cultural lives of cities and campuses throughout the US. From his designs for Benaroya Hall and Marion Oliver McCaw Hall among other significant spaces supporting the dramatic and musical arts, Seattle audiences have the benefit of his profound understanding of both the art and the experience of performance.

His inspiring and highly functional designs capture widespread acclaim from public and professional audiences. In his portfolio: performing arts centers, convention centers, and university buildings in cities including Minneapolis, Cleveland, Memphis, Dallas, Denver, and Seattle as well as current projects in Cincinnati and San Diego.

As design partner, Mark has led the development of LMN's design approach, which in turn has established the firm as a national leader in the design of public buildings, recipient of numerous awards and honors and widespread critical acclaim from not only architecture critics, but also urban design writers, music and arts experts, technical journals, accessibility advocates, broadcast media, and civic organizations. In December 2003, L'Arca Edizione released LMN Architects: Design in the Public Realm.

Recognizing the national significance of his professional achievement in design, the AIA elevated Mark Reddington to the College of Fellows in 2000; Robert E. Gramann FAIA sponsored his nomination. In 2003, the AIA appointed Mark to a term on the Jury of Fellows.

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Mark Reddington FAIA


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