Jury

Tom Anglewicz, FAIA
President, California Architectural Foundation

Tom Anglewicz is the current president of the California Architectural Foundation. He has over 43 years of diverse experience in the profession, having held responsible positions in architectural design, urban design, and project management. For the past 22 years, Mr. Anglewicz practiced as a principal with several architectural firms in San Diego, most recently as managing principal of the San Diego regional office of HMC Architects. He also currently serves as a member of the board of directors of the Newschool of Architecture and Design in San Diego.
Teddy Cruz, AIA
Estudio Cruz, San Diego

Teddy Cruz was born in Guatemala City. He obtained a Master in Design Studies at Harvard University in 1997 and established his research-based architecture practice in San Diego, California in 2000. He has been recognized internationally for his urban research of the Tijuana-San Diego border. In 1991, he received the prestigious Rome Prize in Architecture and in 2005 he was the first recipient of the James Stirling Memorial Lecture On The City Prize. His work has been profiled in important publications including The New York Times, Domus and Harvard Design Magazine.
Mary Griffin, FAIA
Principal, Turnbull Griffin Haseloop Architects, San Francisco

Mary and partners Eric Haesloop and Stefan Hastrup continue to practice in San Francisco and pursue William Turnbull’s commitment to site sensitive sustainable design. Mary has served on many juries, including the AIA National institute Honor Awards for Architecture. She has taught architectural design at UC Berkeley and was the Friedman Visiting Professor of Professional Practice in 2008. Mary became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2006.
Keith McPeters
Principal, Gustafson Guthrie Nichol, Landscape Architects, Seattle

Keith McPeters, as Principal at Gustafson Guthrie Nichol, brings a wide range of interests and skills through his diverse design background in architecture and landscape architecture. His project work in public landscapes, urban designs, and campus master plans emphasizes the connections within a site between its natural and cultural history. From concept design through construction, Keith brings together cross-disciplinary teams on issues of environmental sustainability and infrastructure within urban contexts.
Enrique Norten, Hon. FAIA
TEN_Arquitectos, Mexico City and New York

Enrique Norten, Hon. FAIA, is a Mexican architect and principal of the design firm TEN Arquitectos (Taller de Enrique Norten Arquitectos). Norten was born in Mexico City in 1954[1] where he graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana with a degree in architecture in 1978. He obtained a Master of Architecture from Cornell University in 1980. In 1986, he founded TEN Arquitectos in Mexico City, initiating a lifelong commitment to architecture and design.
Greg Otto
Principal, Buro Happold, Engineers, Los Angeles

Greg Otto founded Buro Happold’s Los Angeles office in 2006. Educated as an architect and engineer, Greg’s focus has been on multi-disciplinary, collaborative working between the two disciplines, and the potential for innovation that this brings.
Michael Rotondi, FAIA
Roto Architecture, Los Angeles

Michael Rotondi has been an architect and educator for over twenty-five years. He founded the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) and was its Director from 1987 to 1997. He currently teaches and serves as a Board Member. He is also a Professor at Arizona State University in Tempe.