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Introducing 2020 AIA Fellows

Congratulations to the three AIA Dallas members to receive the 2020 distinction.

The Fellowship program was developed to elevate those architects who have made a significant contribution to architecture and society, and who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. Election to fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of architects as individuals, but also their significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level.

Out of a total AIA membership of over 95,000, less than three percent are distinguished with the honor of fellowship and honorary fellowship. Please extend your congratulations to your peers on their outstanding achievement.

The AIA Dallas members elevated to Fellow are:

Kirk Johnson, FAIA
Senior Architect | Corgan
Object 2 > Practice (Technical Advancement)

Richard K. Johnson has championed an authentic responsible approach to the environment through exemplary professional practice, service outreach, and educational advocacy. His sustainable design leadership has elevated firm practice, reputation, and influence.

Clifford Welch, FAIA
Principal | Welch Hall Architects
Object 1 > Design

Cliff Welch creates timeless architecture. His work evokes a richness of detail, materiality, craftsmanship, and artful composition elevating awareness and appreciation for design.

Mark A. Williams, FAIA
Principal | HKS, Inc.
Object 2 > Practice (Technical Advancement)

Mark A. Williams is leading the profession in transforming and redefining amateur and professional sports and entertainment venues.  His global impact shaping our communities has created enhanced programs, broader experiences, and deeper memories.

 

The 2020 Fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony at the AIA Conference on Architecture in Los Angeles in May and at CELEBRATE ARCHITECTURE in Dallas on April 2.

We would also like to acknowledge the dedicated work of our local Fellowship Committee and all who were sponsors and mentors—they spent countless hours working with our members on their fellowship process.