AIA College of Fellows
The AIA College of Fellows seeks to stimulate a sharing of interests among Fellows, promote the purposes of the Institute, advance the profession of architecture, mentor young architects, and be of ever-increasing service to society. The College of Fellows, founded in 1952, is composed of members of the Institute who are elected to Fellowship by a jury of their peers.
The AIA College of Fellows Latrobe Prize is awarded biennially to a research proposal that has the long-range potential to resolve one or more 21st century architectural and built environment challenges. The Latrobe Prize provides the recipient with $100,000 to conduct research on a critical issue and to develop a solution that enhances the current practice of architecture, construction practices and processes. To learn more, visit network.aia.org/cof.
|Developing an Evidence-Based Design Model that Measures Human Response||Gordon H. Chong, FAIA (Chong Partners Architecture (Stantec Architecture)), Robert M. Brandt, AIA (Chong Partners Architecture (Stantec Architecture)), Galen Cranz, Ph.D. (University of California, Berkeley), Barbara P. Denton, Assoc. AIA (Kaiser Permanente (KP)), Steven I. Doctors, Ph.D. Candidate (University of California, Berkeley), Eve A. Edelstein, MArch, Ph.D. (Consultant to Chong Partners Architecture), Robert S. Mangel, Ph.D. (Kaiser Permanente (KP)), W. Mike Martin, Ph.D., FAIA (University of California, Berkeley)||May 01, 2008|
|On the Water | Palisade Bay||Guy Nordenson, Catherine Seavitt, Adam Yarinsky||Jun 14, 2010|
|Growing Energy / Water: Using the Grid to Get off the Grid||Martin Felsen, AIA (UrbanLab, IIT, Archeworks), Sarah Dunn (UrbanLab, UIC, Archeworks)||Jan 31, 2011|
|Wisdom from the Field: Public Interest Architecture in Practice: A Guide to Public Interest Practices in Architecture||Roberta M Feldman, Sergio Palleroni, David Perkes, Bryan Bell||Jul 05, 2013|
|The City of 7 Billion: An Index||Joyce Hsiang (Yale University), Bimal Mendis (Yale University)||Jan 31, 2014|
|Drylands Resilience Initiative [DRI]: Digital Tools for Sustainable Urban Design in Arid and Semi-arid Urban Centers||Peter Arnold (Arid Lands Institute), Hadley Arnold (Arid Lands Institute), Justin Brechtel, AIA, LEED AP (Perkins+Will), Leigh Christy, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Perkins+Will), John Haymaker, PhD, AIA, LEED AP (Perkins+Will), Rowan Roderick-Jones, PE, CSci, ENV SP (NatureVest at The Nature Conservancy), Deborah Weintraub, AIA (City of Los Angeles)||Dec 31, 2017|