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NY architects named to AIA College of Fellows.

Nine members of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter were among the 111 architects nationwide to be advanced to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows.

Fellowship is a lifetime honor bestowed for notable contributions to the profession of architecture. It is conferred on architects with at least 10 years of membership who have made significant contributions to the profession. Fellows are entitled to use the designation "FAIA" following their names. The following AIA New York Chapter members will be among the new Fellows invested in the College of Fellows at the 1993 World Congress of Architects in Chicago on June 19: *Jerry A. Davis, FAIA, managing principal in the New York office of Hellmuth Obata & Kassabaum and also a member of HOK's Board of Directors;

*David Paul Helpern, FAIA, principal and sole owner of Helpern Architect, P.C.

*Charles King Hoyt, FAIA, a senior editor of Architectural Record *J. Arvid Klein, FAIA, a rounding partner and principal of Pasanella + Klein Stolzman + Berg

*Denis Glen Kuhn, FAIA, a partner in the firm Ehrenkrantz & Eckstut Architects

*Bradford Perkins, FAIA, partner in the firm Perkins Eastman & Partners Architects

*David I. Smotrich, FAIA is the principal of David Smotrich & Partners

*Rafael Vinoly, FAIA is the principal of Rafael Vinoly Architects, P.C.

*Sarelle T. Weisberg, FAIA, a government architect.
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Title Annotation:includes list of members of American Institute of Architects New York Chapter
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Apr 28, 1993
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