Senior Fellowship in the DFC is an honor presented for “significant contributions toward the understanding of changing trends, new research, and applied knowledge leading to innovative design models that improve the built environment and the human condition.”

This year’s Design Futures Council Senior Fellows jury process was co-chaired by Phil Bernstein, Vice President, Autodesk; Chris Luebkeman, Director of Global Foresight + Innovation, Arup; and Jim Follett, Managing Director/Partner, Gensler-Chicago.

Senior Fellowship in the DFC is an honor presented for “significant contributions toward the understanding of changing trends, new research, and applied knowledge leading to innovative design models that improve the built environment and the human condition.”

The honors will be presented at the DFC 2006 Leadership Summit on Sustainable Design in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in October.

Harold Adams, Chairman Emeritus, RTKL, Former Chairman, National Building Museum, American Architectural Foundation, and Design Build Institute

Ray Anderson, Leading Voice for Green and Sustainable Design, Chairman and CEO, Interface, Inc., Atlanta, GA

Rodrigo Arboleda, Visiting Scholar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab, Cambridge, MA Pioneer on Design and Peace Initiative in Middle-East and South America

Peter Beck, Real Estate, Design and Construction Entrepreneur, Civic Leader, The Beck Group, Dallas, TX

Janine M. Benyus, Biomimicry and Sustainability Expert, Author

Robert J. Berkebile, Founding Principal, BNIM Architects, Kansas City, MO. Credited with changing DNA of the architecture profession including green design

Phil Bernstein, Technology and Professional Practice Authority at Yale University in New Haven, CT, Vice President, Autodesk, Manchester, NH

Friedl Bohm, Architect and Statesman, Chairman of NBBJ and Champion of Global Architecture and Civility

John Seely Brown, PhD; Author and Strategist, The Social Life of Information, Chief Scientist, Xerox Research PARC, Palo Alto, CA

Santiago Calatrava, Pioneering Forms and Spaces, Santiago Calatrava Architects

Robert Campbell, Architect and author, Pulitzer Prize Winning Architecture Critic of the Boston Globe

John Cary, Executive Director, Public Architecture, San Francisco, CA, Leading voice for popularizing the design profession with affordable and pragmatic solutions

Steve Chu, PhD; Nobel laureate and Director, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Speaks to biology and design alchemy to leverage talent

James P. Cramer, DFC Resident Fellow and Foresight Advisor, DFC Co-founder, Chairman, Greenway Group, Atlanta, GA

Michael Crichton, Design Advocate, Author, Film Director

Sylvester Damianos, Architect, Sculptor, Former President-The American Institute of Architects

Nigel Dancey, Design and green building innovation guru. Senior Partner, Foster and Partners London, England.

Clark Davis, Vice Chairman, HOK, Internationally recognized leader of organizational design and growth, St. Louis, MO

Williston (Bill) Dye, Former Disney Imagineer and Management Guru, Principal, TSA, Inc., Las Vegas, NV

Phil Enquist, Urban Design and Planning Pioneer, Partner, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, IL

Richard Farson, PhD; Psychologist and Design Leader, President, Western Behavioral Sciences Institute, and Author, Management of the Absurd, President, Aspen Design Conference, La Jolla, CA

Edward Feiner, Design Excellence Innovator; Director, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Washington DC

Martin Fischer, Director, Center for Integrated Facility Engineering, Stanford University. The construction industry’s advocate for horizontal and efficient spread of power

Tom Fisher, Leading Design Educator and Author, College of Architecture,
University of Minnesota

Steve Fiskum, COO, Hammel Green & Abrahamson, Inc., Minneapolis, MN. A Leading Proponent Bridging Business and Architecture Practice providing fresh road map to change

Jim Follett, Architect, Designer, and Organizational Growth Pioneer, Gensler,
San Francisco, CA; Chicago, IL

Sir Norman Foster, Architect and Pulitzer Prize Winner, Bringing Architecture and Nature into Harmony, London, England

Harrison Fraker, Environmental Sustainability Advocate, Innovation Modeling Expert;
Dean, University of California, Berkeley, CA

Neil Frankel, Leading Practitioner and Educator on Interior Architecture, Principal of Frankel + Coleman, Chicago, IL
Ed Friedrichs, Architect, Interior Designer, and Large Firm Entrepreneur, Author of Reach Higher: Long-cycle Strategies for a Short-Cycle World, San Francisco, CA

R. Buckminster Fuller*, Engineer, Inventor, Educator, and Architectural Innovator, Philadelphia, PA

Frank Gehry, Architect, Pritzker Prize and Global Design Leader

Art Gensler, Creator of New Rules and Pathways to Success, Principal, Gensler Architects, Designers, Planners, San Francisco, CA

Milton Glaser, Graphic Designer, Communication with Clarity Expert

Roger Godwin, Architect, Interior Designer, and Developer Bringing Holistic Design Solutions, Partner, DAG Architects, Destin, FL

Paul Goldberger, Author and Pulitzer Prize Winning Architecture Critic for The New Yorker, Dean, Parsons School of Design, New York City, NY

Al Gore, Author of An Inconvenient Truth, and Former Vice President of the United States of America

David Gottfried, Founder of The US Green Building Council, President, WorldBuild, Oakland, CA

Zaha Hadid, Leading Form Giver, Innovator, Zaha Hadid Arichitects, London, UK

Jeremy Harris, Foresight Advisor and Organizational Pioneer, Former Mayor of Honolulu

Paul Hawken, Author and Environmental Entrepreneur; Founder, Smith and Hawken.

Jerry Hobbs, Information Architect and New Media Pioneer, AC Neilson, AD WEEK, Global Networks NYC and Rome, Italy Information, Former Chairman, VNU North America

Carl Hodges, Design, Peace, and Sustainability Diplomat, President and CEO, Seaphire International, Phoenix, AZ

Jane Jacobs*, Urban Theorist and Author, Educator; Author of The Economy of Cities, The Question of Separatism, Cities and the Wealth of Nations, Systems of Cities, and Dark Age Ahead.

Louis I. Kahn*, Architect and Educator, University of Pennsylvania, creator of the Kimball Art Museum, Fort Worth, Innovator in American architecture and developer of international trends toward excellence in design, Philadelphia, PA

Tom Kelly, Industrial Designer and Innovation Author, General Manager, IDEO, Palo Alto, CA

A. Eugene Kohn, Global Design Advocate, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, New York, NY

Norman Koonce, Architect, Design Museum Leader, Collaborative Innovator, Former CEO, American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC

Lucinda Ludwig*, Design Forum Architect, Engineer, Design integration and value innovator, Leo A Daly

Chris Luebkeman, Author and Director for Global Foresight and Innovation at Ove Arup & Partners, London, England

Janet Martin, President of the multi-disciplinary design firm, Communication Arts and the recipient of the SEGD Firm of the Year Award, Boulder, CO

Bruce Mau, Author of books, Massive Change and Lifestyle. Bruce Mau Design, Inc., Toronto, Ontario

William McDonough, Architect and Author, Design Science and Sustainability Pioneer, William McDonough + Partners, Charlottesville, VA

Alisdair McGregor, Engineer and Scientist, Global Sustainability, Fellow, ARUP, San Francisco, CA

Sandra Mendler, Co-author of the Nantucket Principles, Sustainable Design Expert, Principal, HOK, San Francisco, CA

Raymond Messer, Engineer, Integration Innovator, Chairman, Walter P. Moore Engineers + Consultants, Houston, TX

Gordon Mills, One of the worlds foremost design policy thinkers, Chairman and CEO, Durrant, Dubuque, IA

Doug Parker, Architect and Educator, Organizational Pioneer, and Marketing Strategist, COO, DesignWorkshop, Denver, CO

Alexander “Sandy” Pentland, PhD; Educator, Researcher, Innovator, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA

B. Joseph Pine II; Author and Branding Strategist, The Experience Economy: Work is Theatre & Every Business a Stage; Mass Customization, and Markets of One, Strategic Horizons LLP, Minneapolis, MN

Witold Rybczynski, Author of five best selling books, including The Perfect House and Myerson Professor at Wharton School of Business at U of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Moshe Safdie, Leading Architect and Global Peace Advocate, Moshe Safdie and Associates, Somerville, MA

Jonas Salk*, MD; Architecture Patron and Design Visionary in Scientific, Medical, and Organizational Change, Author, Anatomy of Reality, Co-founder, Design Futures Council, Founder, The Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA

Adele Santos, Dean and Urban Policy Advocate, MIT School of Architecture

Peter Schwartz, Co-founder and Chairman of Global Business Network; Author of Inevitable Surprises and The Art of the Long View, Emeryville, CA

Kate Schwenssen, Planner, Architect and Visionary, Associate Dean, Iowa State University

Terrence Sejnowski, PhD, Brain Scientist and Creativity Expert, NetTALK Pioneer, The Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA

Scott Simpson, Architect, Author, and Organizational Design Leader, Co-Author, How Firms Succeed, and The Next Architect; Chairman and CEO, Stubbins Associates, Cambridge, MA

Karen Stephenson, PhD; Organizational Design and Knowledge Capital Pioneer, Harvard, Cambridge, MA, President, NetForm Intl., New York, NY

Cecil Steward, Architect, Educator, Environmental Leader, Former Dean, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, President of Joslyn Castle Institute for Sustainable Communities

Sarah Susanka, Author of books, The Not So Big House, Architect and One of 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow by Newsweek, Chapel Hill, NC

Richard Swett, Architect, Management Consultant, Congressman and Statesman, Former U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark; Bow, NH

Jack Tanis, Research and Design Pioneer, Director, Steelcase, Caledonia, MI

April Thornton, Leading Voice for Integrated Design Services, Lancaster, PA

Alan Traugott, Engineer and Green Design Scientist, Principal, CJL Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA

Robert B. Tucker, Author of Driving Growth Through Innovation: How Leading Firms Are Transforming Their Futures, President, Innovation Resource, Santa Barbara, CA

John Carl Warnecke, Architect and Contextual Design Advocate, Creator of Hawaii State Capital, Warnecke Vineyard, Sonoma, CA

John Westling, Educator and Philosopher, Higher Education Design Solutions, Real Estate Development Pioneer, former President, Boston University, Boston, MA

Gary Wheeler, Interior Design and Architecture Leader, Strategist, Gensler, London, England

Arol Wolford, Information Architect and International Corporate Entrepreneur, President, Tectonic., Atlanta, GA

Richard Saul Wurman, Author, Information Architect, Founder of Access Guide and TED, Newport, RI

*Deceased