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Kent Suhrbier, FAIA Elevated to Fellowship

We are thrilled to announce that Kent Suhrbier, Principal in our Pittsburgh studio, has been elevated to the College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects.

The 2024 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently elevated 98 architects to its prestigious College of Fellows. AIA Fellows are recognized with the institute’s highest membership honor for their exceptional work and significant contributions to architecture and society.

Kent Suhrbier FAIA

At Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Kent has been instrumental in the creation of a diverse body of work that is distinguished by “its consistent humanism, tectonics, sustainability, contextual fit, and unselfconscious aesthetic” in the words of former BCJ Principal Frank Grauman, FAIA. His work demonstrates how architecture can best serve diverse communities, crafting distinctly natural places that advance hybrid building typologies with new patterns for living, learning, and gathering. This includes ANSYS Hall and TCS Hall at Carnegie Mellon University, The High Meadow studio and dwellings at Fallingwater, the affordable housing at Flats on Forward, and many more.

Kent will receive his Fellowship medal at an investiture ceremony at the 2024 AIA Conference on Architecture in Washington, D.C. in June. Join us in congratulating Kent on this well deserved honor! Read the announcement in full below.