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2019 Residential Tour Jury Panel Discussion

2019 Residential Tour Jury Panel Discussion

When: June 28, 2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Registration begins at 5:30 pm)
Where: Center for Architecture and Design
14 East Peace Street
Raleigh, North Carolina  27604
United States
Contact: Christine Stetkiewicz

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June 28, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Check in begins at 5:30 pm)

Center for Architecture and Design | 14 E. Peace Street | Raleigh

1 LU credit | Light refreshments



The 2019 Triangle Tour of Residential Architecture Jury Members are participating on a Panel Discussion moderated by local writer, editor, and architecture critic J Michael Welton.  The panel will consist of three residential architects and one residential builder, all with various backgrounds and experience.  The panel will share stories of working with different clients on numerous residential projects of various scales and budgets.



  1. Participants will be able to compare various relationships between an architect and homeowner during the design and construction of residential projects.
  2. Participants will be able to recognize and apply current design trends in residential projects.
  3. Participants will be able to implement useful techniques for designing residential projects for different family types and lifestyles.
  4. Participants will be able to integrate useful strategies for designing residential projects with different budgets.




Amy Conner Murphy, AIA has been practicing architecture in North Carolina for nearly 25 years. Drawing from her background with notable corporate and commercial firms located in Charlotte, NC and Dallas, TX, she decided to open her own firm, ACM Design, in Asheville in 2004. ACM Design is a boutique architectural firm specializing in custom residential projects focused on integrated home design, including architecture, interiors and outdoor living design. Amy has assembled a team of talented architects and interior designers, committed to excellence in design, quality, integrity, service and the ideal of “creating home.” Amy has service on the Executive Board for AIA Asheville, as well as on the Education Committees of AIA North Carolina and Asheville Homebuilders Association.


Doug Bothner, AIA has helped lead Ziger|Snead Architects for 18 years, becoming Partner in 2015. His work has been an integral part of the firm’s growth in the educational, cultural, residential, and institutional markets. His residential work has received multiple design awards and appeared in Dwell Magazine and Wallpaper, among others. Doug received his Master of Architecture degree from Yale University School of Architecture and his bachelor of art from Wesleyan University where he graduated cum laude. He is currently serving on the board of the Friends of the Jones Falls Valley and has been adjunct faculty at the Maryland Institute of College of Art, and a visiting critic at the University of Maryland, the Catholic University of America, and Morgan State University. Doug is a LEED Accredited Professional and a member of the American Institute of Architects.                                                                                                                                           


Kevin Kennedy AIA, founding partner of Cluck, formed the company in 2004. Kevin is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and has been practicing architecture and design for over 25 years. With projects ranging from furniture and bicycle racks to full scale urban planning, Kevin’s deliberate approach to design consistently renders beautiful and functional results, regardless of scale or scope. His work has been published and has received numerous design awards. As a lead designer and project architect for Shook Kelley, Kevin gained experience in many areas including furniture design, retail and storefront design, corporate office, mixed use, and urban planning. Kevin is a licensed architect in several states, and has been a Guest Professor at UNCC, teaching design and methods of digital representation. He also frequently lectures and critiques student work.                                                                                               


Greg Paul moved to Raleigh in 1985 with his wife Mary Hart-Paul for her to do post graduate work at the NC State College of Design. Four years later Greg launched Greg Paul Builders (“GPB”), building on working relationships with several of Mary’s architecture professors. These early bonds helped form GPB’s reputation as a capable and collaborative partner in the creation of residential and light commercial architecture. Some 35 years later GPB has completed over seventy architect-designed custom houses, along with hundreds of renovations, including dozens of historic restorations. Awards include two NC Architect House of the Year Awards, the first in 1991 for the Frank and Judy Harmon Residence, and again in 1994 for the Witt Residence by Fred Stewart, AIA. GPB has been awarded multiple Sir Walter Raleigh Appearance Awards including Best Commercial Project in 1995 for the Lucy Daniels Office Building; the Best Historic Restoration in 1998 for the Carolina Trust Building, and 2008 Best Community Appearance Award for The Murphey School Auditorium Renovation. Most recently GPB served as the General Contractor for the Hargett Place Rowhouse Development in downtown Raleigh, which has been warmly received by buyers and neighbors.



J. Michael Welton


Michael writes about architecture, art, and design for national and international publications. He is architecture critic for the News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C. and editor and publisher of

He is also the author of "Drawing from Practice: Architects and the Meaning of Freehand" (Routledge: 2015).


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