Amy Weinstein, FAIA, is an architect whose work has included design practice, teaching, and professional peer review for over 40 years. Her built projects for government, institutional, urban design, and residential clients have been recognized by more than 60 design awards from such organizations as the American Institute of Architects, the D.C. Preservation League, the Urban Land Institute, and the Congress for New Urbanism; they have been published in national and international periodicals such as Architecture, Inform, Abitare, and the Washington Post. She has been appointed to distinguished visiting professorships at the University of Virginia, the University of Oklahoma, and the University of Maryland.
Ms. Weinstein has guided institutions in the development of their building programs, and she has served as an advisor for national design competitions. She is currently beginning her third decade of service as a National Peer Reviewer for federal projects as part of the Design Excellence Program of the General Services Administration. She served seven years on the District of Columbia Historic Preservation Review Board and two years on the Baltimore Architecture Review Board, and she has served as a juror for design awards for the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Institute of Architects, and many AIA local chapters.
A native Washingtonian, Ms. Weinstein received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was the recipient of the Paul Philippe Cret Medal and the E. Lewis Dales Traveling Fellowship. She has been a member of the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects since 1994.