Woodbury School of Architecture Dean Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter has been selected to serve as a Juror and Announcer on three design award programs in California. She was a Juror for the 2018 AIA California Council Academy for Emerging Professionals (AEP) Awards and will also be a juror for the Southern California Development Forum annual Design Awards. In addition, she’s been selected to announce the 2017 Next LA Awards with USC Dean Milton S.F. Curry, at the AIA | LA Design Awards.
2018 AIA California Council Academy for Emerging Professionals Awards
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
To advance local and regional excellence, the AIACC Academy for Emerging Professionals (AEP) developed an awards program to recognize and celebrate those who contribute to assisting Emerging Professionals and their colleagues in pursuing their personal and professional goals. These individuals embody the importance of Emerging Professional AIA members and their contribution to the current environment and future of architecture. Additionally, these individuals are an excellent source of information and inspiration for components elsewhere, looking for new ideas and programming for their Emerging Professional members. Ingalill was the recipient of the 2016 AIA CC Educator Award.
2017 AIA|LA Design Awards Ceremony
Monday, October 30, 2017 | 6:00PM -10:00PM
The Broad Stage – 1310 11th St, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Amongst the most prestigious and competitive awards programs for architecture in the United States, the annual AIA Los Angeles Design Awards honor excellence in built work (Design Awards), yet unbuilt (Next LA Awards) and built work with a high level of sustainable and environmental performance (COTE LA).
Southern California Development Forum Annual Design Awards
Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 | 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
City Club Los Angeles 555 S. Flower Street Los Angeles, CA 90071
SCDF jurors include: Michael Rotondi, FAIA; Antonio Pacheco (West Coast Editor of Architect’s Newspaper); and Haroot Avanesian (Architectural Associate, City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs).
The annual Southern California Development Forum Design Awards recognize the contributions and commitment to the business environment and the communities of Southern California. The design awards celebrate built and un-built projects that demonstrate innovation and commitment from both: owners and design teams. Award winners will be celebrated at the SCDF Design Awards ceremony at the December meeting. The forum is comprised of developers, architects, engineers, planners and other land-use parties, it’s an excellent opportunity to showcase your projects to the business community of Southern California.