Paul Stoller, Director of Atelier Ten, has been named one of the U.S. Green Building Council’s 2013 Class of LEED Fellows. The LEED Fellow Program is the green building industry’s most prestigious professional designation. The LEED Fellow designation recognizes exceptional contributions to green building and significant professional achievement within the rapidly growing community of LEED Professionals.
Paul was among 51 of the world’s most distinguished green building professionals to be selected this year as LEED Fellows through a peer nomination and portfolio review process. Paul’s LEED AP BD+C, 15 years of green building experience, and extensive portfolio including such exemplary projects as the Kohler Environmental Center at Choate Rosemary Hall, the Plaza at PPL Center in Allentown, PA, the Comcast Center in Philadelphia, Tour Carpe Diem in Paris, and Kroon Hall and the Sculpture Building at Yale comprise a few of his outstanding qualifications. Paul has also taught core courses in Environmental Design at the Yale School of Architecture and Auburn University’s Rural Studio for over a decade. With dozens of LEED Gold projects and at least six LEED Platinum projects completed, Paul demonstrates that green innovation in the US and global construction markets is achievable and worth pursuing.
Since opening the North American office in 2001, and more recently the Sydney, Australia office in 2013, Paul has been responsible for shaping Atelier Ten’s LEED Administration service. Paul Stoller was recognized with the rest of the 2013 LEED Fellow class at the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in Philadelphia on Thursday, November 21.