Benefit to honor NOMA members, William J. Stanley, FAIA and Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA
Connecticut Architecture Foundation Gala Benefit
An Evening with 2015 Connecticut Architecture Foundation Distinguished Leadership Award Recipients
William J. Stanley, FAIA and Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA
of Stanley, Love-Stanley, P.C.
The founding partners of Stanley, Love-Stanley, PC, the second largest African-American architecture firm in the South, William J. Stanley, FAIA and Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA have exhibited leadership and design excellence in the profession.
Lecture, Reception & Dinner, April 20, 2015
- The Connecticut Architecture Foundation
- The University of Hartford Department of Architecture David LaBau Memorial Architectural Scholarship, the Fred Mahaffey Memorial Architectural Scholarship, and the Hartford Master of Architecture Scholarship
University of Hartford Campus – Wilde Auditorium, Harry Jack Gray Center (Information)
Supported by the JCJ Architecture Endowment of the University of Hartford Department of Architecture
Scholarship Benefit Gala (REGISTER ONLINE)
University’s 1877 Club, Harry Jack Gray Center
In his 37 years in architecture, William J. Stanley has practiced with some of the premier design firms in Atlanta, New York, Detroit, Europe, and Africa. The first African-American graduate of the College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology (1972), Bill became the South’s youngest African American ever to receive his registration as an architect. In addition to receiving numerous design awards, Bill was the 1995 recipient of the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award, given by the American Institute of Architects to the country's most socially conscious architect. In 2000, AIA/Georgia bestowed upon him the Bernard Rothschild Medal, the state’s highest award. As a pioneer who has ventured into uncharted waters and paved the way for others, Ivenue Love-Stanley is an inspiration. In 1977 she became the first African-American woman to graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture. She was also the first African-American woman to be registered as a licensed architect in the South. Ivenue’s contributions stretch well beyond architectural design, as she is greatly involved in community service work, inspiring others to follow in her professional and personal footsteps. In 2014 she received Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award from the American Institute of Architects, making the Stanley Love-Stanleys the only married couple in the U.S. to share this honor
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, GA