John Sellery is elevated to American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows
At the A’18: AIA Conference on Architecture 2018’s annual investiture ceremony on June 22, this time at St. Patricks Cathedral in New York City, M Moser Group Managing Director, John Sellery has been formally inducted to the AIA’s College of Fellows.
Each year, a small number of AIA members who are recognised for their career’s important contributions to the profession are accorded the high honour of Fellowship. John is now the third FAIA recipient in M Moser (including Moira Moser, Founder and Chairman, and Christine Bruckner, Director).
Transforming the role of the architect with the dedication and integrity of a master builder, John is recognised for rigorously consolidating the principles of design-build to create holistic success for each project, client and transdisciplinary team.
As Group Managing Director, John has played a vital role in expanding M Moser’s single-point of project leadership practice in Southeast Asia, Europe, India, Hong Kong, China and the United States. Developing methodologies, sharing them through workshops across 15 offices, and supporting AIA chapters globally, John has been instrumental in educating professionals across the company and throughout the industry.
Since its founding, M Moser has completed more than 7,000 workplace projects worldwide, including office interiors, buildings, corporate campuses, and specialised facilities such as R&D laboratories. Founder Moira Moser shares, “Integrating the multiple disciplines of the building industry through collaboration and leadership has proven to optimise project results, and this is very much in line with AIA goals.”
John highlights, “It’s an honour to join Moira Moser and Christine Bruckner in receiving AIA Fellowship. This recognition reflects our remarkable collaboration with clients, colleagues and industry partners in delivering outstanding architectural work. Our integrated approach has had a transformative effect. I look forward to continued collaboration throughout the industry in our expanding ability to contribute to the quality of life for people and the planet.”