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AIArchitect Special Issue
2013 Honors and Awards Dec. 6, 2012
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2013 AIA Convention keynote speakers announced, including Architecture for Humanity’s Cameron Sinclair. For more details and to sign up for sneak peek of convention courses, go to the AIA Convention website. >

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Thom Mayne, FAIA

The AIA’s highest individual honor is conferred on Thom Mayne, FAIA, the Los Angeles architect whose evolution from an experimental provocateur to a deeply influential designer has widened the formal boundaries of contemporary architecture and set new precedents for building performance and sustainability.

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Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

Known for the ability to imbue the humble and beautiful aura of handcraft and expertly detailed materials into public buildings of all types, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects are honored with the AIA’s highest award given to architecture firms.

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Robert Greenstreet, Intl. Assoc. AIA

Known for his long civic involvement with his adopted city of Milwaukee and his tenure as an educator that has sought to merge academia with professional practice and interdisciplinary collaboration, Greenstreet was honored with the AIA’s premier education award by the AIA Board of Directors.

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John D. Anderson, FAIA

Renowned for his leadership as AIA President in the wake of 9/11, his steadying financial stewardship of the AIA, and for being an early champion of diversity and environmental sustainability, Anderson has been recognized with the AIA’s top honor for service to the Institute.

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