John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP | Photo Credit: © Eduard Hueber

2015 Honors & Awards

Thomas Jefferson Awards

Thomas Jefferson Awards for Public Architecture


The Thomas Jefferson Awards honor Thomas E. Lollini, FAIA, for his contributions as campus planner at California’s oldest public university and campus architect at the nation’s newest public research university; and Thomas Luebke, FAIA, for his steadfast leadership of the United States Commission of Fine Arts.

Institute Honors for Collaborative and Professional Achievement

Institute Honors for Collaborative and Professional Achievement

Honorary fellowship has been bestowed upon five international architects of esteemed character and distinguished achievements.


Year of the Advocate


What Does Advocacy Mean to You?

By Amanda Stratton

What does it mean to be an advocate? The AIA has declared 2015 to be the Year of the Advocate, which means the Institute will be focusing its efforts on what advocacy means to our members and how to make an impact in your state and community.

Louie Kahn


Happy 114th Birthday, Louis Kahn

By William Richards

Kahn is rightly claimed by Philadelphians, but he left an indelible mark on lots of others – not to mention architecture’s living history.

Insight for Architect


Arming Architects with Vital Intelligence

The digital portal Insight for Architect provides architects with aggregated data to easily locate pre-bid projects and clients.

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