Stanton Eckstut to speak at the 2012 AIA|LA Design Conference

Last Updated: June 5, 2012

Stanton Eckstut to speak at the 2012 AIA|LA Design Conference

Who are the design-thinkers evolving the scope of their professional practice?

"Architecture is inspired as much by the public realm as the private ambition. The goal is an iconic place (rather than an iconic building)."

"Buildings always seem to be part of a family, working together to create something more than just satisfying user's needs." - Stanton Eckstut, FAIA

On June 22 & June 23, we invite you to join us at the upcoming AIA|LA Design Conference to hear leading professionals discuss how design adds value by optimizing a return on investment and improving performance, while at the same time enhancing lifestyles and making places healthier and more enjoyable.

To register, CLICK HERE.

Stanton Eckstut to speak at the 2012 AIA|LA Design Conference

Stanton Eckstut is a Principal and Board Director of Perkins Eastman. Stan's work encom- passes large-scale development, higher education buildings and plans, primary and secondary schools, transit systems, office buildings, waterfronts, and courthouses.

Throughout such wide-ranging projects, there remains one primary constant: a dedi- cation to complementing form and shape with use and context. Regardless of their scale, Stan's projects all represent his dedication to creating great places, places that will surpass expectations and thrive within a community's collective experience.

Many of Mr. Eckstut's projects have received awards and critical acclaim. In 2006, he received a Distinguished Service Award from the Citizens Housing & Planning Council, and in 2004 he was given a Distinguished Achievement Award from the New York Society of Architects. Perhaps Mr. Eckstut's most praised project, Battery Park City was honored with ULI's prestigious Heritage Award.

-Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania
-Bachelor of Architectural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University

Licensing and Memberships
Stan is a Registered Architect licensed in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Arizona, Virginia, Maryland, Florida, Texas, Louisiana, and Ohio. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).

- Urban Land Institute, Heritage Award, Battery Park City, 2010
- Green DOT, Merit Award, MEETH Building-The Beekman Hill International School, 2009.
- American Institute of Architects, Newark-Suburban Chapter, Gold Medal for Design, New York Blood Center Blood Processing Facility, 2007.
- American Institute of Architects, New Jersey Chapter, Merit Award, Franklin L. Williams Middle School, 2007.
- Distinguished Service Awards, Citizens Housing & Planning Council, 2006.
- American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, Award of Merit, Binghamton University Appalachian Collegiate, Center, 2005.
- New York Society of Architects, Distinguished Achievement Award, 2004.
- American Institute of Architects, Kansas City Chapter, Design Excellence Award, Science City @ Union Station, 2000. - Los Angeles Business Council, Beautification Award, Gateway Center, 1997.
- Los Angeles Business Council, Beautification Award, District Plan, 1997.
- American Institute of Architects National Honor Award in Urban Design, Inner Harbor East, 1995.
- American Institute of Architects National Honor Award, Citation of Excellence, Battery Park City, 1990.
- The Waterfront Center, Award of Excellence, South Cove, Battery Park City, 1993
- City Club of New York, Albert S. Bard Award of Excellence in Architecture South Cove, Battery Park City, 1989.

Teaching and Professional Development
- Urban Land Institute Urban Development | Mixed Use Council Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Former Director, Urban - Design Municipal Art Society of New York, Chair, Streets Committee
- National Building Museum, Washington, DC, Board of Trustees New York State Museum Institute, Board of Trustees
- General Services Administration Peer

For more information, please contact:
Will Wright, Hon. AIA|LA
Director, Government & Public Affairs
AIA Los Angeles
(213) 639-0764

Last updated: 11-Dec-2012 02:23 AM
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