We are proud to share that Jeramie Rittiluechai is the AIA Dallas Young Architect of the Year. Rittiluechai’s selection for the award is a pleasant surprise and was announced at last week’s American Institute of Architects (AIA) Dallas Architect awards banquet.
Jeramie is an active member of the Dallas architecture community and has been involved with the Dallas chapter of the AIA for a number of years. Jeramie volunteered his time serving as chair of the AIA Dallas Young Architects Forum (YAF). Under his leadership, the YAF grew and through its success was eventually merged with the AIA Dallas Associates Committee into the current AIA Dallas Young Professionals Network. Rittiluechai is also a long time member of the AIA Dallas Small Firm Round table. Most recently Jeramie Rittiluechai is serving on Texas Task force 2 as an Urban Search and Rescue Structural Specialist. Structural Specialists assess immediate structural conditions and assist with other duties working as first responders during disaster conditions.
In addition to being a registered architect in multiple states, Jeramie is also a LEED AP BD+C and a member of American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects, AIA Dallas, TEXO, USGBC, National Organization of Minority Architect (NOMA), and Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC).
Jeramie dedicates his career to creating Architecture based on four principles (Architectural Approach, Environmental Response, Economic Function and Social Responsibility). Jeramie’s career and practice focuses on developing a client base that believes in responsible design that positively affects the environment, society, and the well being of all. His goal is to positively influence the development of architecture as both art and science by incorporating a rational response to design, operating with integrity, and striving to create a positive impact in our world today with a promise for an improved tomorrow. Jeramie also encourages his staff to be actively involved in multiple organizations outside of the office. Jeramie strongly believes volunteerism allows for continuing growth the architecture profession.
Dallas Architect Awards
Each year at the AIA Dallas Holiday Party and Chapter Awards the AIA Dallas recognizes Dallas chapter members who contribute positively to the architectural profession. “AIA Dallas, the seventh largest chapter of The American Institute of Architects, empowers architects to excel and impact their practice, profession, and community. AIA Dallas has a membership base of more than 2,000 members and 300 architectural firms.” Jeramie Rittiluechai truly appreciates the AIA Dallas Architect Awards’ recognition and is excited for the future of Dallas Architecture.