2018 AIA10 Achievement

Todd Kennedy, AIA

We are pleased to announce that Todd Kennedy was selected by The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Western Mountain Region to receive the 2018 AIA10 award (Young Architect of the Year) from a field of applicants within its six-state membership (Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming). The AIA10 is open to architects who have been licensed for less than 10 years, recognizing individuals who have shown exceptional leadership in design, education, and/or service to the profession.

Todd is a recognized leader within our firm. His drive for design excellence, mentorship of young professionals and his passion and talent make him an outstanding ambassador for the profession. He is an impressive person and an impressive architect,”
—John Cottle, partner, CCY Architects

Todd joined the CCY team in 2000 and was promoted to principal in 2017. His projects have garnered awards from the local and state chapters of the AIA and include community facilities, multi-family and custom residences, mixed-use developments, ranch compounds, and boutique hotels. His work has been published locally, regionally, and nationally. Todd contributes to a variety of community non-profits and serves on the board of directors for Aspen’s 10th Mountain Division Hut Association.

“It starts with design; this is a very strong design portfolio with significant responsibility in such a short career. It signals the intensity of work and commitment to practice the award embodies.”

— AIA Western Mountain Region Jury

To view a sample of Todd's work, please click on the following project names: Telluride TransferPlumpJack Squaw Valley InnRed ButteOld Pond, and Red Mountain.

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