Anne-Marie Lubenau, FAIA, LF '12
Anne-Marie Lubenau is dedicated to engaging people in the process of design to increase understanding of the built environment and its impact on our lives. As director of the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence at the Bruner Foundation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, she oversees a national design award program that recognizes transformative places that contribute to the economic, environmental, and social vitality of American cities.
Anne-Marie’s practice includes experience working within small and large architectural firms, academic institutions, nonprofits, and philanthropy. Prior to joining the Bruner Foundation, she was President and CEO of the Community Design Center of Pittsburgh and worked in private architectural firms in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Anne-Marie taught urban design at Carnegie Mellon University and has been a guest lecturer and design critic at Harvard, MIT, and Yale.
Anne-Marie regularly contributes to national and international forums and publications on design. She is currently vice chair of the Boston Society of Architects Foundation board of trustees and serves on the Wentworth Design Professionals Advisory Council. Anne-Marie is a registered architect and was elected into the AIA College of Fellows in 2016. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carnegie Mellon and was a 2011/2012 Harvard Loeb Fellow.