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2012 AIA Seattle Honor Award
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Announcing 2012 Honorees
Community Leaders Recognized by Architectural Community
AIA Seattle is pleased to announce those receiving AIA Seattle Honors in 2012 for their achievement in championing outstanding design in our city and region. Those honored in 2012 are:
AIA SEATTLE MEDAL OF HONOR
James Cutler FAIA
HONORARY AIA SEATTLE MEMBERSHIP
Representative Hans Dunshee Hon. AIA/WA
Tom Marseille, P.E.
ALLIED ORGANIZATION AWARD
Preservation Green Lab
YOUNG ARCHITECT AWARD
Rachel Minnery AIA
Each year, AIA Seattle recognizes leadership and achievement in design and the built environment through its honors program. Honors acknowledge excellence, inspire by example, and strengthen ties between architects and the many other professions that partner with them to make a difference through design.
“Good design makes a difference, but the architectural community can’t do it alone.” said Lisa Richmond, Executive Director of AIA Seattle. “We honor not only our own outstanding members, but those visionary leaders with whom we partner to achieve our shared goals.”
The honorees will be recognized at a formal dinner held on June 16, 2012, at the Maritime Event Center in Seattle.
Also being honored at the dinner are: Sarah Snider Assoc. AIA—2012 AIA Seattle Emerging Professional Travel Scholarship winner and 2012 AIA College of Fellows inductees—Ross Chapin FAIA, Jane Hendricks FAIA, Lorne McConachie FAIA, Robert Miller FAIA, David Tomber FAIA, and Scott Wolf FAIA. Bios and photos of the new Fellows can be found here.
Good design makes a difference