Annie Chu is a founding principal of CHU+GOODING Architects in Los Angeles, focusing on projects for arts-related and higher education clients, including arts organizations such as MoCA, Hammer Museum, the Getty Center and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association.
Peter H. Dodge, FAIA
As a founding principal of Esherick Homsey Dodge & Davis, Mr. Dodge has broad experience on major
institutional, commercial and resort projects. Since 1997, he has acted as an independent architect on over thirty residential, small academic, and commercial projects as well as continuing to act as a consulting founding principal for EHDD/Architecture on a variety of projects.
Robert Ivy, FAIA
Robert A. Ivy is Vice-President & Editorial Director of McGraw-Hill Construction, and Editor in Chief of Architectural Record, oversees 16 print and 17 digital publications. He has become a spokesperson for the profession on the most important issues of our time, including the effect of architecture on climate and important social and political questions.
Stephen Kieran, FAIA
Stephen Kieran is a partner at KieranTimberlake, an internationally recognized architecture firm noted for its fusion of research and practice. Mr. Kieran has held teaching positions at universities nationwide and has co-authored three books.
Maryann Thompson, FAIA
Maryann Thompson was educated at Princeton University and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, where she is a member of the Architecture faculty. She specializes in architecture which is sustainable, regionally driven, and which heightens one’s sense of site and landscape.
Urban Design Awards
Alan Clarke, FASLA
Alan Clarke, FASLA has practiced landscape architecture and planning for over 35 years in Hawaii, California and throughout the tropics. An internationally respected landscape architect with special talents in resort, hotel and commercial projects, Alan has led Tongg, Clarke & McCelvey in the creation of award-winning and highly recognized projects in over fifteen countries.
Frank Fuller, FAIA
Revitalizing downtowns and creating vibrant urban environments has been central to Frank Fuller, FAIA’s career as an urban designer and architect. His projects are primarily in the Western United States and encompass mixed-use buildings, streetscapes, urban design strategies and plans for cities and campuses.
Frank Hotchkiss, AIA, AICP
Frank Hotchkiss - Education: Dartmouth, M.I.T., I.I.T.; Arch. offices in Chicago, and Denver, then 1954 on, L.A. area: Pereira & Luckman, Gruen Assoc.(VP), Assist Dir. Civil Systems TRW, Dir. of Planning So. Cal. Assoc. of Gov., Planning & Urban Design consultant, teaching USC, SCIARC, UCI
Lee I. Lippert, AIA
Lee I. Lippert, AIA has 25-years experience under the aegis Lippert & Lippert Design, Palo Alto. Over the last decade he’s served his community on the city’s planning & transportation commission, and previously on the architectural review board; wrestling with land-use planning, zoning, transportation, sustainability, open-space and urban density issues.
April Philips, RLA, ASLA, BFQL
April Philips is founder of April Philips Design Works, Inc., an award winning bay area firm that specializes in landscape architecture and urban ecology. Through her work with ASLA, April founded The Sustainable Design & Development Professional Practice Network and aided the development of the Sustainable Sites Initiative, a new rating system for measuring landscape sustainability.
Glen Schmidt, FASLA
Glen Schmidt is the founding principal of the Schmidt Design Group, a 27 year old landscape architecture and planning firm headquartered in San Diego with a satellite office in Sacramento. Throughout his career, Glen has practiced and advocated for sustainable design practices in the landscape, with particular emphasis on water conservation in the landscape and stormwater management through “Low Impact Development”.