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WAN AWARDS Judge Jennifer Marmon, AIA, among 2014 AIA|LA Presidential Board Honorees

The AIA|LA has recognised nine individuals and teams that have taken leadership roles within the city’s architecture and building design industry, naming them Presidential Honorees for 2014.

One of the individuals celebrated by the organisation is Jennifer Marmon, who acted as a judge for the WAN Civic Buildings Award last year and, we’re delighted to announce, will be joining the jury panel for the 2014 WAN Transport Award.

AIA|LA President, Andrea Cohen Gehring, FAIA, stated: “Los Angeles never stops surprising; we have intelligent, edgy, and innovative people that push the boundaries of today’s architecture and design.

“I am very pleased to represent this year’s Board of Directors in bestowing these honors to this select group of people that represent the best of L.A. We look forward to the Design Awards Gala to celebrate with our entire community this year’s Honorees along with the Design Award’s winners.”

The 2014 AIA|LA Presidential Board Honorees are as follows:

25-Year Award: Kate Mantilini - Morphosis Architects & ROTO Architects
Emerging Practice: PAR - Jennifer Marmon, AIA
Design Advocate: Michael Webb, Hon. AIA|LA
Educator Award: Norman Millar, AIA - Woodbury University
Community Contribution: A+D Museum - Tibbie Dunbar & John Dale, FAIA
Honorary AIA|LA: Tibbie Dunbar, A+D Museum
Honorary AIA|LA: Adele Yellin
Building Team: Emerson College
Gold Medal: Chris Martin, FAIA & David Martin FAIA - AC Martin Partners

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