Christopher Ludwig, AIA, Receives Young Architects Award from the American Institute of Architects

February 17, 2020

We are pleased to share that Christopher Ludwig, AIA, received the Young Architects Award from the American Institute of Architects. He is one of 22 architects in the nation who was recognized by AIA for their exceptional leadership and significant contributions to the profession and the community.

Chris is an Associate Principal and Designer on Kahler Slater’s Higher Education team and serves as a champion for design process improvement and collaboration between Kahler Slater’s various studios. He is known to actively nurture students pursuing careers in architecture while leveraging his design skills and considerable knowledge for the benefit of professionals working in the field. Chris’ significant contributions have had a positive impact on Kahler Slater, our clients, and on the design community he supports and represents.

A selection of Chris’ notable work includes the award-winning Health & Life Sciences Building at Elgin Community College, the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Nursing and UT Health’s Center for Oral Healthcare & Research in San Antonio, TX. He is currently the lead designer of the renovation and expansion of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s Grand Theater in downtown Milwaukee. He has presented at local universities also serves regularly as a visiting critic at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Architecture & Urban Planning.

We congratulate and thank Chris for his dedication to elevating the design profession.

Read more about Chris' contribution here.