Kéré is the first African architect chosen to for the annual program.
The architectural community rallied in support of Scott Brown’s work following a lack of acknowledgment from the Pritzker Prize committee in 1991.
In addition to serving in brand development roles, Stark designed six Best of NeoCon winners.
A New York native brings a sense of fashion, style, and sophistication to the commercial interiors practice at TPG Architecture
The Irish architects received the Silver Lion at the exhibition in 2012 for their UTEC campus design.
The Chicago artist and Rebuild Foundation founder was a featured speaker during the Contract Design Forum last year.
The California State University professor also serves as principal with Kijeong Jeon Environmental Design for Special Needs.
Steele served as the director of the Architectural Association School of Architecture since 2005.
The AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion recognizes individuals with a career in architectural education spanning more than a decade and whose teaching has reached a diverse range of students.
Williams is the first African-American to receive the AIA’s highest honor.
The award is the highest civilian honor in the country, recognizing outstanding contributions to national interests and world peace.
The Philip Freelon Fellowship Fund will serve minority students studying at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
The Luna Textiles founder was married to designer Michael Vanderbyl.
The Belgium native was most recently the CEO of FLOS USA.
The Brazilian architect received the Praemium Imperiale prize and the Venice Architecture Biennale Golden Lion earlier this year.
The biennial’s second edition will take place from September 16 to December 31, 2017.
Airing in December, the documentary will follow the neofuturist’s son exploring some of his father’s most significant projects.
The 78-year-old architect was also named an Italian senator in 2013.
Michele Cohen will serve as Chair at the helm of the all-female leadership team.
Zones by Teknion and PearsonLloyd was named the 2016 Best of NeoCon Best of Competition.
Chris Lasch is a partner with the award-winning design studio ArandaLasch.
The 9to5 Seating president is member of the USC Emerging Leaders Board and the Young Presidents’ Organization of Los Angeles.
The South Side park draws more than one million visitors each year.
The projects honored stretch across seven countries and three continents.
The USGBC co-founder will fully assume his new role this November.
The New York-based duo are known for projects such as the Barnes Foundation art museum in Philadelphia, University of Chicago Logan Center for the Arts, and the American Folk Art Museum in New York.
The three-property deal was previously rejected by Princeton University.
The keynote also highlighted the six ideas essential for all designers.
David Rockwell will be presenting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 14.
The former ACSA president was suffering from pancreatic cancer when he died from complications following surgery on April 14
Gina Berndt, Scott Hierlinger, Nancy Keatinge, and Primo Orpilla each receive the association’s highest honor.
The renowned American designer is currently overseeing the completion of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Cosonas has received seven Best of NeoCon Gold Awards in her career and has seven pieces in Cooper Hewitt’s permanent collection.
Ali Tayar, founder of New York–based architecture firm Parallel Design Partnership, has died at age 57.
View a video produced by Pentagram about Designer of the Year Todd Heiser.
View the video about Legends Stanley Felderman and Nancy Keatinge.
International architecture, engineering, and planning firm, HOK has announced the promotion of firm-wide president and design principal for the Washington, D.C. office, Bill Hellmuth, AIA, to the position of chief executive officer, effective April 19.
Architect Scott Merrill, AIA, has been named the recipient of the University of Notre Dame’s prestigious Richard H. Driehaus Prize. Recognized for his ability to design classical architecture that expresses regional identities, Merrill is the founder of the Florida–based firm Merrill, Pastor & Colgan Architects.
The Getty Research Institute has announced the appointment of Architectural Historian and Curator Maristella Casciato as senior curator of architectural collections.
Interface Inc. has hired Jay Gould as its new chief operating officer. The Georgia-based manufacturer of modular carpet announced on January 13 that Gould will be executive vice president and chief operating officer, overseeing global operations, marketing, and organizational development.
Robert B. Valentine, the founder of Design Collective Incorporated in Columbus, Ohio, died on December 22, 2015, from a heart attack.
Alejandro Aravena has been named the 2016 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate.
Managing Principal & President of New York-based KG&D
Architects Russell A. Davidson was inaugurated as the 92nd President of
the AIA. Succeeding the 91st President, Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA,
Davidson will represent nearly 88,000 AIA members.
Sapper was known for designing such products as the 9091 whistling kettle for Alessi, IBM’s ThinkPad laptop series, and the Tizio tabletop lamp for Artemide.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has awarded Terrance J. Brown, FAIA, with the Edward C. Kemper Award, recognizing his contributions to disaster-recovery and mitigation over the course of numerous catastrophes in the past four decades.
In partnership with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, the AIA has awarded Douglas S. Kelbaugh, FAIA, with the 2016 Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architecture Education.
As the newest recipient of the Whitney M. Young Jr. Award, R. Steven Lewis, AIA, has been recognized for his architectural contributions to social change.
Anderson will work under Martino Stierli, The Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, to generate exhibitions and public programs concerning architecture from 1990 to the present.
Venturi and Scott Brown are the first pair in practice to win the medal and Scott Brown will be the first living woman recipient.
After three years of service, the architect will start his own practice—the Partnership for Architecture and Urbanism.
The international event will occupy approximately 131,234 square feet of Kortrijk Xpo in Kortrijk, Belgium, from October 14–23.
Malecha is currently the dean at North Carolina State University’s (NC State) College of Design and will assume his new positions at the end of this semester.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has selected architect and designer David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates as the recipient of the 2016 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts.
President Barack Obama is presenting the 2014 National Medals of Arts and Humanities to award recipients during a ceremony at the White House today.
IE University has appointed Pritzker Architecture Prize Executive Director Martha Thorne as the new dean of its Madrid and Segovia, Spain–based School of Architecture and Design.
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has named Mahesh Ramanujam, the company’s current chief operating officer, as USGBC’s new CEO.
During his tenure with the organization, Parken made significant contributions to the architecture, design, and construction industries, and helped to augment the organization’s member services and event programming.
This year’s theme “Battles to be Won” will emphasize how improving the built environment can enhance people’s overall quality of life.
His role will officially end this September, at which point he plans to focus more on his work with locally based dRMM—a firm he founded with Sadie Morgan and Philip Marsh in 1995.
Gadanho will resign from his position as curator of contemporary art and architecture at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, which he was appointed to three years ago.
Known for designing midcentury steel homes and the main terminal at the Palm Springs International Airport in California, Wexler was a disciple of California architect Richard Neutra and a proponent of the desert modern movement.
A member of IIDA NY since 2002, Michael-Battaglia has worked with the Leaders Breakfast committee since 2011 and previously served as vice president of membership from 2008 to 2009.
Tehrani brings with him more than 25 years of industry experience, during which he founded Boston–based NADAAA.
Since 2003, Fedrizzi has served as CEO for the organization, which has assembled a search committee to fill the position for 2017.