Craftsman-inspired and completely rebuilt in his signature style by Pasadena architect, Doug Ewing in 1994-95. Ewing was elected to the FAIA College of Fellows for his notable contributions to the advancement of the profession of architecture. He received his Fellowship medal during the Investiture of Fellows Ceremony at the AIA 2011 National Convention in New Orleans on May 13, 2011.

Doug Ewing’s extraordinary work has been recognized in publications and honored by the AIA. Ewing’s notable creativity and design skills were developed early on at the nationally acclaimed South Pasadena office of Smith & Williams and have been strongly influenced by the California Arts & Crafts vernacular. He has a lifelong respect for the environment and a love of craft. He is a leader in developing new technology and aesthetics for log and heavy timber construction for recreational structures and environments. Doug is a longtime member of the Pasadena & Foothill AIA Chapter, a mentor for architectural students, and responsible for his firm’s construction apprenticeship program.

Pasadena and the San Gabriel Valley had a unique opportunity to experience Ewing’s homes through a self-guided tour on June 11th, 2011. Doug, his architectural staff, and the Board Members of AIAPF served as docents at five excellent examples of Doug’s talent. Located at 2524 Micheltorena Street.