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Donald Lutes H.

FAIA

National Documents Committee

National Documents Committee

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

American Institute of Architects

Affiliations

Committee
Lifelong Learning Committee

Education



School of Architecture at the University of Oregon

Web References (5 Total References)


AIA Northwest and Pacific Region

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Don Lutes, FAIA, who chaired this year's jury as the recipient of the 2003 Medal, commented "Jim was such a logical choice with his lifelong commitment to architectural excellence and the profession, as well as his dedicated service to the local, regional, and worldwide community."

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Donald H. Lutes, FAIA
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His past and current contributions continue to impact how architects learn, practice, and participate in After graduating from the School of Architecture at the University of Oregon in 1950, and serving in two Korean War campaigns, Don interned in Eugene, and in 1956 opened his own practice in Springfield, Oregon, designing Springfield's first public library. In 1958, Lutes' firm was joined by John Amundson and became Lutes and Amundson, Architects and Community Planners, the first practice in Oregon to combine city planning with architectural services.
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Following retirement from active practice in 1986, Lutes represented the AIA Northwest and Pacific Region for three years as a national director and was elected a vice president of the Institute in 1991. In this capacity, he chaired the Lifelong Learning Committee, which developed the profession's first mandatory continuing education program. For the next seven years, he served on the National Documents Committee, and concurrently the AIA/ACSA Research Council, chairing its awards program in 1995.Lutes has served as a critic and guest lecturer at the School of Architecture, University of Oregon, since 1964 and as an Adjunct Associate Professor taught Architectural Practice there from 1989 until 2000. Active in the Springfield community since 1954, Lutes served on the Planning Commission for 17 years (was President from 1956-65) and has served on various municipal committees ever since.


Architect Articles August 2005

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Previous award winners include James L. Harris, FAIA, of Tacoma, Don Lutes, FAIA, of Springfield, Oregon, and L. Jane Hastings, FAIA, of Seattle.


Don Lutes, FAIA, who chaired ...

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Don Lutes, FAIA, who chaired this year's jury as the recipient of the 2003 Medal, commented "Jim was such a logical choice with his lifelong commitment to architectural excellence and the profession, as well as his dedicated service to the local, regional, and worldwide community."


James Martin Harris Awarded AIA Medal of Honor

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Don Lutes, FAIA, who chaired this year's jury as the recipient of the 2003 Medal, commented "Jim was such a logical choice with his lifelong commitment to architectural excellence and the profession, as well as his dedicated service to the local, regional, and worldwide community."


Contract Documents - Names and Places

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Donald H. Lutes, FAIA

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