Victor Body-Lawson received
his masters at Columbia and his bachelors
at Catholic University of America, and
has been the principal of Body-Lawson Associates
Architects since 1993. He has won numerous
awards, including the New York Foundation
for Architecture’s Eleanor Allwork Award
given to New York City architecture students
who are working toward their first professional
degree. He has taught at Yale, City College,
Columbia and at the University of Havana.
In addition to the AIA, he is affiliated
with the National Organization of Minority
Architects and One Hundred Black Men Inc.
of New York.