As you may already know, this spring Founding Principal Julie Eizenberg was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows. Fellowship recognizes outstanding architects who have made significant contributions to the field, and is one the highest honors bestowed by the Institute.
Julie’s appointment recognizes her exceptional design contribution. Under her leadership, Koning Eizenberg has created distinctive community and neighborhood places. Notable projects establish engaging and informal social spaces, such as the 28th Street Apartments and Otis Booth Campus. The work embraces constraints and consistently achieves quality and beauty on tight budgets, as with the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and the Thinkery. Julie works with communities through interactive public processes to achieve extraordinary results, as with the award winning Pico Branch Library, Hancock Lofts and Belmar Apartments.
Like many of you said, “it’s about time!” We would like to thank the AIA LA Chapter Fellows Nominating & Mentoring Committee for their support and encouragement.