Parker Elevated to AIA Fellow

David Scott Parker

New Haven, CT – The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is elevating David Scott Parker of AIA Connecticut to its prestigious College of Fellows, the AIA’s highest membership honor.

Parker’s residential and preservation work has received many honors, including the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Tony Goldman Award; two New York Landmarks Conservancy Moses Preservation Awards; three Palladio Awards; two Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Stanford White Awards; and several AIA honors and citations in Connecticut, New York and New England.

He is licensed in eight states and holds degrees from the University of Virginia and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he served on the Harvard Design Magazine Practitioners’ Board.

Parker contributes his time in service on the boards of numerous institutions and not-for-profit organizations.