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Residential Jury


Adeline Chang, AIA – LCRA Architecture & Planning

As Principal and Director of Design, Adele Chang has led the firm with a special focus on housing projects for the top builders in the United States and internationally since founding LCRA in 1989. Her extensive design background is complemented by expertise in site planning and experience in working with various municipal agencies and neighborhood groups. Over the past 30 years, her work has received numerous building industry awards and honors, and she has been featured in various industry journals. Adele received her professional education from the University of Washington and California State Polytechnic University at Pomona and is a licensed architect in the State of California. Outside of the studio, she had served multiple terms as a member of the Design Review Committee of the City of San Marino, CA. Additionally, she has served as a judge for various national and regional architectural design awards and has been a speaker at various industry and professional conferences. Adele enjoys travel, time with her family, and exploring topics involving history, art, the environment, and urbanism, and is an avid reader of science fiction.   


Doug Van Lehrberghe, AIA – KEPHART 

As a Principal and designer of award-winning communities throughout the United States, Doug has contributed greatly to KEPHART’s reputation as a leader in design.  He utilizes his 35+ years of experience to balance design trends with marketplace longevity and construction costs. His experience includes the design of master planned communities, high density in-fill concepts, and a wide range of single and multi-family for sale and rental projects. 
Doug is a nationally recognized industry expert on residential design trends and has been a guest speaker at numerous venues including the National Association of Home Builders’ International Builders’ Show and local Home Builder Association functions.  His work and forward-thinking ideas have been highlighted in a variety of industry publications including Builder, Professional Builder, Builder and Developer and 50+ Builder.


David Poppleton, RA - dtj Design

David has more than 13 years of experience on a wide variety of architecture and planning projects. With a focus on integrated design he has lead teams from project visioning through construction. He is a thoughtful and innovative designer who has the experience and construction knowledge to carry the design through implementation. David’s main areas of focus are in community amenity buildings, multi-family residential, resort housing, and single-family detached housing but has experience in senior living communities and corporate campuses.

Bachelor of Environmental Design, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO; 2005


Commercial Jury


William Leddy, FAIA

William Leddy, FAIA, is a Founding Principal of San Francisco-based LEDDY MAYTUM STACY Architects (LMSA), the 2017 recipient of the national AIA Firm Award.  For over 30 years, he has been a national leader in the design of environments that celebrate our place in the natural world.  LMSA has received more than 175 regional, national and international design awards, and is one of only three firms in the nation to have received ten or more national AIA Committee on the Environment Top Ten Green Project awards – the Institute’s highest award for ecological design.  Leddy has lectured widely and served as visiting professor at the Southern California Institute of Architecture and the California College of the Arts, as the Howard A. Friedman Visiting Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Pietro Belluschi Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Oregon.  A past Chair of the national AIA Committee on the Environment (2013), he currently serves as the AIA California Vice President for Climate Action and Chair of the AIA CA Committee on the Environment.


Lisa Matthiessen, FAIA

Lisa has more than 25 years’ experience in sustainable design and planning, focusing on architecture and design, engineering and energy-efficient building systems, urban and campus master planning, policy development and cost management. Throughout her career, she has progressed from designing individual buildings that set new green benchmarks to framing the national dialogue on sustainable design through her work on national committees, associations and forums. She was an early proponent of the LEED green building rating system by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) in the late 1990s, and was instrumental in developing LEED for Healthcare and LEED for Labs.


Mark Ryan, AIA

Mark Ryan believes in the experiential power of architecture, and his work is characterized by projects that are civic in nature and personal in their potential for impact. Known for strategic thinking and creative problem solving, his portfolio—which spans from master plans to furniture design and collaborative offices to facilities for rehabilitating troubled kids—contains diverse, award-winning projects that help re-imagine how we work, how we learn, how we play, and how we engage our communities. To wit, his contributions to housing for student-athletes at the University of Kansas and the Johnson County Youth and Family Services Center demonstrate his wide range of capabilities, all anchored in holistic solutions to challenging conditions.

In addition to the practice of architecture, Mark is also passionate about education. He has been teaching at Arizona State University and University of Arizona since 2004 and is frequently invited to lecture on his work or as a visiting critic at institutions nationwide. He has served on the AIA Arizona Board since 2012 and was the 2019 president.