10UP Competition

Join us in celebrating the winners of the 2019 Honor Awards. The annual program recognizes exemplary commitment and service to AIA, the community and the architecture profession.

2019 honorees

Melody Harclerode, FAIA
Melody Harclerode, FAIAIvan Allen Sr. Trophy
The most prestigious prize, the Ivan Allen Sr. Trophy, is awarded to the member who has made a deep and lasting impact on peers, AIA and the built environment, and therefore sustained the highest ideals of the profession.
Stevens & Wilkinson
Stevens & WilkinsonSilver Medal
The Silver Medal is the highest honor bestowed upon an architecture firm for its general excellence. The recipient has sustained outstanding performance in design quality and in community, political or AIA leadership in the interests of the profession.
Shaun Martin, AIA
Shaun Martin, AIADorothy Spence Citizen Architect Award
The Dorothy Spence Citizen Architect Award honors an AIA member who engages the community with a design mentality, seeing it as an architect sees a project: all connected. This award recognizes contributions made outside of AIA volunteer roles.
Dee Leclair, AIA
Dee Leclair, AIAJames G. Fausett Service to the Profession Award
The James G. Fausett Service to the Profession Award honors a firm, group or individual for outstanding service to the profession, primarily through leadership service in the AIA or a related organization.
Ralph Raymond, AIA
Ralph Raymond, AIAJohn A. Busby Jr. Award
The John A. Busby Jr. Award is given to a young member excelling in one or more of the areas: design excellence; AIA leadership; community involvement; pursuit of lifelong education; and/or managing or starting a firm.
Jennifer Ball
Jennifer BallKwanza Hall Award
The Kwanza Hall Award recognizes the leadership of a non-architect who, through their professional life, has pushed members of the design community to elevate the quality of our work to improve the livability of our towns, cities and neighborhoods.
 Atlanta Regional Commission's Livable Centers Initiative
Atlanta Regional Commission's Livable Centers InitiativeJohn Portman Visionary Award
The John Portman Visionary Award is named in honor of late architect John Portman, FAIA. The award honors an individual, organization, group or public entity for noteworthy achievements that express a vision and excellence of design in any one of the following categories: buildings; communities; landscapes; structures; art; and sculpture