Bill Leddy, FAIA, LEED AP (Chair)
Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
For 30 years Leddy has been a national leader in the design of regenerative architecture that celebrates our place in the natural world. His firm has received over 140 regional, national and international design awards and has been recognized by numerous organizations including the American Institute of Architects, the French Institute of Architects, the Norwegian Association of Architects, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Green Building Council, and the Urban Land Institute. LMSA is one of only three firms in the nation to have received eight or more AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project awards. Leddy has lectured widely and served as visiting professor at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, the University of California, Berkeley, the California College of the Arts and the University of Oregon. The firm’s work is frequently published in the U.S. and abroad and has been exhibited nationally.
Anne Fougeron, FAIA
Anne has provided architectural services in the Bay Area for over 25 years. Her firm’s breadth of work ranges from feasibility studies to building rehabilitation to new construction project in the institutional, commercial, healthcare and residential sectors. Projects have been recipients of 50 local and national design awards and have been featured in national and international publications. She has been a Studio Lecturer at UC Berkeley Dept. of Architecture.
Jay Turnbull, FAIA
Jay, a graduate of Princeton, has served in the Army and the Peace Corps and has built a career as architect and urban designer. He gained early experience in New York at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. He moved to San Francisco in 1971, was staff architect at San Francisco Heritage, a foundation advocating historic preservation, and joined Page & Turnbull to direct architectural work in 1981.
His thoughtful and deliberate approach to the restoration of historic buildings has been applied to projects throughout the West, and has touched nearly every important historical renovation project in San Francisco. Former president of San Francisco Architectural Heritage, chairman of the Maybeck Foundation, and a Design Excellence Peer for the GSA, he has published and lectured widely on historic preservation. His work has been honored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, AIA, California Preservation Foundation and other national, regional, and local organizations.
Paulett Taggart Architects
Principal & Founder
The work of the firm of San Francisco architect Paulett Taggart is based on the premise that excellence in design enriches the lives of the people who live in, work in, and make use of their buildings and enhances the public realm. Whether the project at hand is multifamily housing, a community facility, or a private residence, Paulett Taggart Architects focuses on making enduring, sustainable, contemporary architecture that is particular to its place. The quality of the firm’s work has been recognized by dozens of awards and by Paulett’s elevation to AIA Fellow in 2007.
Quyen Luong, AIA, LEED AP
With over 12 years of experience, Quyen brings imagination and sensitivity for executing complex design. She approaches design and research with the intent of transforming the everyday into the unexpected and translating design concepts into buildings and experiences that resonate with an institution’s core mission. Quyen has served as a Guest Lecturer at UCLA School of Architecture and UC Berkeley School of Architecture and as a Guest Critic for California College of the Arts and Woodbury School of Architecture. She is a senior associate with EHDD, an AIA National Firm focused on architecture, interiors, planning and urban design.