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David Herron, FAIA

Mr. Herron’s pursuit of design excellence is about a shared experience where sophisticated clients and talented professionals form a partnership through collaboration to ensure the best ideas come to fruition. 

His experience in working closely with artists, fabricators and  craftsman to refine design concepts and their associated details has resulted in numerous successful built works.   Those works have led to professional accolades at a local, regional and national level.

His passion for energy efficiency and technical detailing have translated into leadership roles in the codes and standards and building enclosure communities including the opportunity to teach enclosure fundamentals at the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Kansas.   

In 2021, Mr. Herron was awarded the AIA- Kansas City Architect Award. The Architect/Gold Medal Award recognizes an AIA Kansas City member for longstanding, distinguished leadership and dedication to architecture, the profession, and the community. The award is the chapter’s highest honor. This award shines a spotlight on a member who, by his or her example and service, has made significant contributions to the advancement of the profession and to the community.  

In 2024, Mr. Herron was elevated to the College of Fellows by the American Institute of Architects. AIA Fellows are recognized with AIA's highest membership honor for their exceptional work and contribution to architecture and society.  This honor is only bestowed upon 3% of the profession.

Mr. Herron has lived and practiced in New York City, Phoenix, Dallas and Kansas City and is a graduate of Kansas State University.