Knowlton School Alumni Elevated to AIA College of Fellows
Knowlton School graduates Terry Sullivan (BSARCH ’77), Joe Tanney (BSARCH ’84, MARCH ’87), and Ken Wiseman (BSARCH ’76, MARCH ’78) have been elevated to the prestigious College of Fellows by the American Institute of Architects. One of the highest honors the AIA can bestow upon a member, elevation to fellowship recognizes architects who have made significant contributions to the profession and society.
Terry Sullivan (BSARCH ’77), FAIA
Schooley Caldwell Associates
Terry Sullivan is a Retired Principal and Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Schooley Caldwell Associates, an architecture and planning firm in Columbus, Ohio. As a registered architect and a professional engineer, Sullivan has designed and successfully integrated mechanical and electrical systems into countless historic buildings across the nation and abroad.
As a graduate-level instructor at the Knowlton School, Sullivan has educated future architects from multiple countries on the importance of thoughtfully integrating mechanical and electrical systems into buildings. Because of his education and experience in both architecture and engineering, Sullivan brings a unique, modern perspective to his students in the numerous comprehensive studio projects in which he has participated.
Joe Tanney (BSARCH ’84, MARCH ’87), FAIA
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Tanney is the principal and cofounder of Resolution: 4 Architecture (RES4), a New York firm recognized for their work on prefabricated housing and mass customization of the single-family house. Tanney gained international attention for his design of Dwell Home, a high-scale prefabricated home that won an international competition conducted by Dwell Magazine in 2003. Tthe Washington Post called it the "highest profile modern prefabricated home in America."
Having designed over 120 prefab homes from Maine to Hawaii using modular, panelized, and hybrid methods of delivery, RES4 is considered one of the most prolific prefab architecture firms today, advancing not only the profession but academic research in methods of integrated design and prefabrication.
W. Kenneth Wiseman (BSARCH ’76, MARCH ’78), MRAIC, FAIA
Ken Wiseman is a Design Principal at CannonDesign’s Washington, DC Office. responsible for initiatives governing the recruitment and development of the best design talent and technical expertise to continue the firm's distinction in design, innovation and outstanding project delivery.
In his more than 25 years experience, Wiseman has partnered with many hallmark clients producing premier sports and recreation designs for such organizations as the International Olympic Committee, Texas Christian University and the United States Air Force Academy. His work has been honored with numerous awards and his writing has been featured in multiple journals and publications. Wiseman frequently speaks at international events including Autodesk University.