Member News & Achievements

FABRIC[ated], edited by Tolya Stonorov
Cultivation Design Project featured in Boston Globe Magazine
Community Sailing Center, Designed by Marcel Beaudin, AIA, Built by Malone Construction. Winner of Vermont’s Greenest Building Award and Net Zero Award
Annex, by Birdseye
Jennifer Arbuckle, AIA, elected as a regional director at the NCARB 2023 Annual Business Meeting.

Tolya Stonorov Publishes FABRIC[ated]

FABRIC[ated]: Fabric Innovation and Material Responsibility in Architecture, edited by Tolya Stonorov, this book explores the ways in which research and development of fabric can, and historically has, influenced and revolutionized architecture, teaching and design. Responsive, flexible, impermanent, fluid and adaptive—fabric interacts with, and influences architecture, offering innovative solutions and increased material responsibility. Foundation and theory chapters establish clear precedent and futures for fabric’s position in architectural discourse. FABRIC[ated] features writing by AIA Vermont President, Eleanor D'aponte, AIA, among others. Order a copy here.

Cultivation Design Featered on Cover of Boston Globe Magazine

The residential lakefront project in Charlotte, VT, is appropriately called "The Neighbor's House", and was designed by Kristen L'Esperance, Assoc. AIA. Read the article. Additional images can be found here.

VT Greenest Buildign Awards

The eleventh annual Vermont’s Greenest Building Awards, hosted by the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN), recognized eleven projects and design/build teams. The projects received awards for achieving the highest standard of demonstrated building energy performance for commercial and residential buildings and documentation of green building strategies including health, transportation, water and affordability. Award winning projects must demonstrate an energy use intensity of at least 50% below the regional average energy use for buildings of the same end use to qualify for a Vermont Green Building Award and demonstrate an energy use intensity or at least 75% below the regional average to qualify for the Vermont’s Greenest Building Award. Learn more about the award winning projects and team members here.

AIAVT members and firms recognized include Marcel Beaudin, AIA, Vermont Integrated Architecture, Harry Hunt, AIA, Robert Swinburne, AIA, gbA Architecture, Duncan Wisniewski Architecture, Black River Design, and SAS Architects. 

Birdseye Annex Project Popular Choice Winner by Architizer

Birdseye is honored to have been selected as a Popular Choice Winner by the Architizer A+ Awards in the Cultural > Gallery & Exhibition Spaces category for our Annex project. Annex is an artist’s studio for stone sculptor Richard Erdman in Williston, VT. Learn more here.

Two Interns Join Birdseye Team

Birdseye is excited to have two amazing interns joining us this summer. Helen Worden, from Burlington, VT, is currently a student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. Oluwapelumi Adefarakan, from Lagos, Nigeria, is currently attending Norwich University in Northfield, VT.

Jennifer R. Arbuckle was elected as an NCARB regional director at the 2023 Annual Business Meeting

Partner with E4H Environements for Health Architecture, Jennifer R. Arbuckle, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, of North Ferrisburgh, Vermont, was elected as a regional director at the National Council of Architectural Registration Board’s (NCARB) 2023 Annual Business Meeting. Arbuckle was nominated to serve on the NCARB Board of Directors by Region 1 (New England Conference), which represents the licensing boards of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Rhode Island.