Architects from 12 Canadian cities are named 2014 Fellows by the RAIC | Architecture Canada
The Toronto designer of a Baha’i temple in Chile, a Vancouver wood champion, a Halifax historic conservation expert and a Montreal hospital specialist are among the architects from across Canada to be named 2014 Fellows by the RAIC | Architecture Canada.
The RAIC College of Fellows bestows Fellowship in recognition of outstanding achievement. Criteria include design excellence, exceptional scholarly contribution or distinguished service to the profession or the community.
The 34 architects hail from Halifax, Charlottetown, Montreal, Ottawa, Guelph, Brandon, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Burnaby.
They include Siamak Hariri, FRAIC, of Toronto, partner-in-charge of the Baha’i Temple of South America; LuborTrubka, FRAIC, known for designs utilizing wood; Graeme Duffus, FRAIC, currently overseeing restoration of Halifax City Hall; and Sylvie Girard, FIRAC, whose portfolio includes the master plan for Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital.
See full list below.
Fellows will be inducted at the College of Fellows Convocation, which takes place during the Festival of Architecture in Winnipeg, May 28-31. It is held by the RAIC in partnership with the Manitoba Association of Architects.
Two internationally renowned architects will receive Honorary Fellowships.
Bjarke Ingels, Hon. FRAIC – The founder of BIG in Denmark has developed a reputation for designing buildings that are innovative and resource -conscious. He will be the keynote speaker during the College of Fellows Convocation ceremony on May 29.
Antoine Predock, Hon. FRAIC – Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mr. Predock designed the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, under construction in Winnipeg. He will speak during the Festival’s opening reception on May 28.
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Howard S. Coles, FRAIC, Charlottetown
Ronald George Burdock, FRAIC, Halifax
Graeme F. Duffus, FRAIC, Halifax
Dennis J. R. Ramsay, FRAIC, Halifax
Gavin Affleck, FRAIC, Montreal
Sylvie Girard, FIRAC, Montreal
Harry Yaghjian, FIRAC, Montreal
Anthony Leaning, FRAIC, Ottawa
Allan Teramura, FRAIC, Ottawa
Phillip H. Beinhaker, FRAIC, Toronto
J. William Birdsell, FRAIC, Guelph
Robert Davies, FRAIC, Toronto
Mariusz T. Gontarz, FRAIC, Toronto
Timothy B. Gorley, FRAIC, Toronto
D. Brian Gregersen, FRAIC, Toronto
Siamak Hariri, FRAIC, Toronto
Clifford Lee Harvey, FRAIC, Toronto
Carol Susan Phillips, FRAIC, Toronto
David Pontarini, FRAIC, Toronto
Kendra Schank Smith, FRAIC, Toronto
Michael J. Cox, FRAIC, Brandon
Jerald D. Peters, FRAIC, Winnipeg
James R. Wagner, FRAIC, Winnipeg
Robert Burnyeat, FRAIC, Saskatoon
Charles Haddon Olfert, FRAIC, Saskatoon
Colin Forsyth Tennent, FRAIC, Saskatoon
Marc Boutin, FRAIC, Calgary
Peter James Streith, FRAIC, Edmonton
Thomas S. Annandale, FRAIC, Vancouver
Martin Brückner, FRAIC, Vancouver
Peter Cardew, FRAIC, Vancouver
Peter Anthony Levar, FRAIC, Burnaby
Foad Rafii, FRAIC, Vancouver
Lubor Tomas Trubka, FRAIC, Vancouver
The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada is a voluntary national association established in 1907 as the voice for architecture and the profession in Canada. Representing about 4,800 members, the RAIC works:
• To advocate for excellence in the built environment
• To celebrate the richness and diversity of architecture in Canada
• To support architects in achieving excellence
For more info, visit http://www.raic.org/