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2021 Virtual Fellows Reception
June 24, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Celebrate AIA Pennsylvania Members Elevated to 2021’s College of Fellows!
Join us in congratulating this year’s class of Fellows from Pennsylvania! AIA Pennsylvania members are invited to join this virtual reception to celebrate and network with one another.
WHEN: Thursday June 24th 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Thank you to our signature Fellows Reception event sponsor, Milber Makris Plousadis & Seiden
The newly elevated fellows, their component affiliation, and nomination category are as follows:
Stefani Danes, FAIA
Adjunct Professor, Carnegie Mellon University | Pittsburgh | Object 2: Education
Through her integrated teaching, research, and practice, Stefani Danes brings much-needed new voices into the design process and advances the profession’s standards for inclusive and socially sustainable environments.
Billie Faircloth, FAIA
Partner, KieranTimberlake | Philadelphia | Object 2: Research
Billie Faircloth demonstrates the power and purpose of research in architecture. She structures novel forms of design inquiry; fosters transdisciplinary collaboration; and creates new knowledge, tools, and practices to amplify the agency of architects.
David Hollenberg, FAIA
University of Pennsylvania, Facilities and Real Estate Services, Weitzman School of Design | Philadelphia | Object 4: Industry Organizations
As an architect-client, David Hollenberg has guided the creation and preservation of nationally acclaimed buildings and spaces, uniting the architecture profession’s highest aspirations for memorable placemaking, cultural significance, sustainability, effective functionality, and superior craft.
Robert Kelly, FAIA
Founder, idee Designworks | Philadelphia | Object 3: Led the Institute
Through leadership, skillful innovation, and advocacy, Robert Kelly crafted a comprehensive strategy and methods for large component transformation, chapter collectivism, and community impact. In doing so, he has established a replicable model of national significance.
Brian Phillips, FAIA
Principal, ISA | Philadelphia | Object 1: Design
Brian Phillips stewards a uniquely hybrid design practice, engaging building and research through the lens of the City of Philadelphia as a laboratory for living, working and making in the twenty-first century city.
Laura Finkel Stagner, FAIA
Principal, Stagner Consulting, LLC | Philadelphia | Object 4: Government
Laura Stagner has transformed the practice of public architecture. Leading innovative project delivery practices, and shaping national policy to support collaborative teams, she ensures excellence in delivery of high performing federal architecture throughout the country.