Andrew Chardain, AIA
Cam Featherstonhaugh, AIA

Andrew Chardain, AIA, a project manager employed by Birdseye Design, Richmond, Vermont recently passed his Architect Registration Examination and became a licensed architect. 

Cam Featherstonhaugh, AIA, recently became licensed by the State of Vermont to practice architecture. Soon after, he was promoted to an associate position at TruexCullins Architecture in Burlington. Featherstonhaugh is active in the Construction Specifications Institute both in Vermont and outside the region; in April he was elected to a two-year term to serve on the national organization’s Board of Directors and was also appointed Chair of the National Member Connection Committee. 

Tolya Stonorov, AIA, received the good news that her book The Design-Build Studio: Crafting Meaningful Work in Architectural Education was recently favorably reviewed in the June 2018 issue of Architectural RecordStonorov book. The reviewer chose to highlight several case studies, notably Stonorov’s collaboration a few years ago with AIA Vermont to create a traveling education and design gallery (the Archistream) and McLeod Kredell Architects’ Island Design Assembly. Additionally, Stonorov recently presented research in Venice, Italy at S.ARCH, the fifth annual Sustainable ARCHitecture international conference.

Michael Wisniewski, AIA, on behalf of Woodworks, a nonprofit that promotes the use of wood products in construction, presented a sold-out session at the AIA National Convention in New York City in June. The focus was Duncan Wisniewski Architecture’s award-winning Elm Place multi-family Passive House project.