Jack Faber Awarded Juliet Peddle Award at AIA Convention

One of our Principals, Jack Faber, AIA, received the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Indiana Julie Peddle Award at the recent AIA Indiana / Kentucky convention held in Louisville, KY. Jack embodies the spirit of this award, named for Indiana architect, Juliet Peddle. The award recognizes an individual architect for their strong willingness to pioneer, being successful in breaking new ground, strong devotion and commitment to architecture, display of professionalism and perseverance, and having a kind spirit.

Jack is fueled by a desire for design excellence and a belief that every project begins with a story. He finds joy in the opportunity to truly improve lives of the people who live, work and inhabit the environments he creates. Not only does Jack have a keen focus on design but he is equally passionate about charity. He serves as a mentor to young designers both in and outside the firm and gives back to his community through many philanthropic efforts. Jack has given much back to the profession through service to AIA, lectures, presentations to students and communities, and charity projects. He is well recognized in the community as a passionate and giving leader.