Welcoming New Board Members
The ICAA welcomes five new members to its Board of Directors:
Practices architecture in New York City and has taught architectural design for the University of Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, and the ICAA. Michael has served as President of the ICAA Fellows and as Chair of the Education and Curriculum Committees.
Dave Perry-Miller is the founder of a leading real estate firm in Dallas. He has been honored consistently as one of Dallas' top producing firms for 30 years and is a recognized industry leader in property sales. Mr. Perry-Miller has also has been quoted frequently by The Wall Street Journal, Worth Magazine, and U.S. News & World Report. A graduate of Washington and Lee University, Mr. Perry-Miller is involved with the Dallas Area Scholarship Fund and he has previously served on numerous boards including Preservation Dallas, the P.M. League of the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Circle of Care for the American Diabetes Association. Recently, he served as president of the USA Film Festival.
Steven Gambrel is the founder and president of his own interior design firm – S.R. Gambrel – specializing in residential and commercial commissions, as well as custom products and furnishings. Mr. Gambrel founded his firm in 1996 after earning a degree in architecture from the University of Virginia. He recently developed a custom lighting line, accessories line, and plumbing fixture line. His work has been featured in World of Interiors, Architectural Digest, House and Garden, Town and Country, House Beautiful, New York Magazine, and The New York Times. S.R. Gambrel also has been continually honored in Architectural Digest’s “AD 100.”
Jared Goss is an independent art historian. He was formerly an Associate Curator in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. During his 20-year career there he specialized in post-1900 design and architecture, helping organize exhibitions including Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1996), Cartier: 1900-1939 (1997), and American Modern, 1925-1940: Design for a New Age (2000). His 2009 exhibition, Masterpieces of French Art Deco, which drew over 600,000 visitors, serves as the basis for his recently published book French Art Deco (2014).
A graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Business School, Kirk Henckels is currently Vice Chairman of Stribling and Associates and formerly President of Edward Lee Cave, Inc. His fascination with Architecture began as a child, growing up in a Taliesin architect designed house, continued into a year in Florence where he was allowed access to the I Tatti’s library and finally to consulting on and the marketing of some of Manhattan’s best Pre-War cooperatives and townhouses. He recently received the Delafield Award from Memorial Sloan Kettering for his years as Co-Chairman of their Special Projects Committee. Kirk is also on the Board of Aiken Land Conservancy and he and his wife, Fernanda Kellogg, are active equestrians with the Millbrook and Aiken Hunts, and supporters of the US Equestrian Team. He is co-authoring a book on Manhattan’s 12 most architecturally important luxury residential buildings.