Kjell Anderson is Elevated to the AIA National College of Fellows
The 2022 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects elevated Kjell Anderson, FAIA, LEED Fellow, to its prestigious College of Fellows, an honor awarded to Members who have made significant national contributions to the profession.
Kjell Anderson FAIA, LEED Fellow, practices architecture and serves as a Principal and the Director of Sustainable Design at LMN Architects, working with all of LMN’s clients to set and exceed sustainable design goals. He wrote the first architect-centered book on energy modeling, co-authored AIA’s first policy statement on climate change, and has spoken extensively on energy, water, materials, and embodied carbon. He founded the Seattle Hub of the Carbon Leadership Forum and serves on the AIA National Committee on the Environment and the Washington State Building Code Council where he chairs the Energy Code Technical Advisory Group. A lifelong Washingtonian, he lives in Seattle with his wife and two daughters and enjoys playing music and soccer.