AIA Atlanta

Daniel Watch, FAIA Dan Watch, global leader in laboratory design, has authored four books, designed over 12 million sf across four continents and won six international design competitions. His work, advocating sustainability, writing, and lecturing has educated thousands. INVESTED 2016 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF NOMINATION ... Learn more >

Leslie Gartner, FAIA Leslie Gartner designs high containment laboratories that focus on the science of discovery. As a global expert he is evolving BSL4 containment design worldwide that is functional, meets stringent technical requirements and inspires innovative science. INVESTED 2017 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF NOMINATION ... Learn more >

Paula Burns McEvoy, FAIA Paula McEvoy’s dedication to producing and sharing knowledge forged a global pathway for healthful, high-performance buildings. Her service to the profession, leadership in sustainability and transparency enhanced design at Perkins+Will and throughout the building industry. INVESTED 2016 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF ... Learn more >

Mark Levine, FAIA Mark Levine's sustained national and regional institute leadership has advanced member education, design, and solidarity through diverse programs and conference venues. His professional practice has combined advocacy and the celebration of design to inspire others. INVESTED 2017 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF NOMINATION ... Learn more >

Liz Harriss York, FAIA Liz York, visionary CDC leader, profoundly impacts health and well-being by empowering architects to build better environments through cross-discipline collaboration, translating information into action, and developing the next generation of leaders. INVESTED 2015 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF NOMINATION Object 2 ... Learn more >

Larry Lord, FAIA Through leading AIA Inform Workshops throughout the country, developing a computerized specification system, authoring and publishing ideas on technology and service, Lord has dedicated his talents to developing technology and a broad approach to service for the benefit of the entire profession. INVESTED 1992 ... Learn more >

Ray C. Hoover, III, FAIA Ray Hoover has spent his architectural career developing spirited "working communities" internationally recognized as humane models for the edge city emerging in the American culture. INVESTED 1993 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF NOMINATION Object 1 SPONSOR Thomas W. Ventulett, III, FAIA ... Learn more >

Helen Davis Hatch, FAIA Helen Davis Hatch effectively bridges the architectural profession and the crucial disciplines within the building industry by engaging architects, public officials and developers to create livable, sustainable, enriching communities.   INVESTED 2007 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF NOMINATION Object 3 SPONSOR ... Learn more >

Antonin Aeck, FAIA Through innovation and example, Tony Aeck changed the paradigm of architectural practice, pioneering and spreading the use of computer-aided design for architects. Aeck's automation odyssey has no architectural equals. INVESTED 2001 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF NOMINATION Object 2 SPONSOR John C. ... Learn more >

Ben R. Darmer, FAIA Ben Darmer's sustained leadership in governmental affairs and community planning has created a positive legislative environment for architects and architecture, ensured hundreds of millions of dollars of architectural projects, and inspired physical improvement in Atlanta. INVESTED 1999 LOCAL CHAPTER AIA Atlanta CATEGORY OF ... Learn more >