Jack Pyburn, FAIA

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  • Job Title: Lecturer
  • Alternate Job Title: Harrison Associates Visiting Scholar in Historic Preservation, 2012-13
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  • Jack Pyburn, FAIA

Jack Pyburn, FAIA is a practicing historic preservation architect with over 40 years of experience. His preservation work has received broad range of awards from professional landscape architecture, architecture, interiors and planning organizations. His professional experience includes a two year stint in Miami, decade in St. Louis and the balance based in the Atlanta region. While his work has been focused in the southeastern United States, he has worked in a variety of regions and the Caribbean where he documented the first historic district for that country. Jack is a member of the second class of the Danforth Foundation sponsored St. Louis Leadership program, was an charter member of AICP when it converted from AIP to APA. He has served as the chair of the national AIA Historic Resources Committee Advisory Group where he led a national initiative with ACSA, NAAB and NCARB to better integrate preservation into architectural education. He serves on the Board of Directors of DOCOMOMO/US, the national working party of the international modern movement advocacy group and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Jack has taught at Washington University, the University of Georgia, Southern Polytechnic State University and Georgia Tech. He has lectured at Columbia University annually for the last decade on his research in modern building materials as well as at Texas A&M University, Tuskegee University, College of the Bahamas and Georgia State University. He has served on NAAB visiting accrediting teams both nationally and internationally. Jack has had his architectural project published in a variety of professional publications. His work has been recognized for excellence by the AIA, ASLA, ASID, APA and a variety of building construction organizations


1969       Bachelor of Architecture, Texas A&M University

1973       Masters of Architecture and Urban Design, Washington University in St. Louis

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College of Design, School of Architecture

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