Profile

Mr. Peter Macrae, AIA

Macrae Architecture LLC

Contact Details

Macrae Architecture LLC
Worthington, OH

Bio

Peter S. Macrae, AIA, has 43 years of experience in the architectural profession and is licensed as an Architect in 38 states.  He is Principal of Macrae ARCHitecture, LLC and Peter’s focus is on the acquisition and design of strategically planned, environmentally branded design projects.  Peter’s projects have won numerous national design awards and have been published in a variety of trade publications  He is also a favored speaker at national seminars and conferences.  Peter currently serves on several non-profit boards, serves as Chair of the Advisory Group for the AIA Practice Management Knowledge Community (AIA PMKC) and also served on the Ohio Department of Education’s curriculum evaluation board.  He was recently published in multiple industry trade journals for having created a national, full service, Virtual Architectural Practice Model and in 2020 introduced the Model globally as the Interviewee of the AEC Leadership Today Podcast.  Peter was selected as a presenter on the subject at the 2020 AIA National Convention in Los Angeles, CA, the 2019 AIA National Convention in Las Vegas, NV, at the 2019 AIA Ohio Valley Region Convention in Cincinnati, OH and in a 2018 webinar jointly produced by the AIA PMKC and AIA Trust (now an AIAU online CE course).  Peter also taught Environmental Branding at The Ohio State University in the Knowlton School of Architecture.

Education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Blacksburg, Virginia, United States
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 1977
Architecture
1971 To 1977
Dissertation: N/A
Advisor: Tom Regan

Job History

Macrae ARCHitecture
Principal
Worthington, OH, United States
July 2011 - present

Affiliations

  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

Interests

  • I am a member of the Socrates Café, a philosophy discussion group. I am also a member of the Columbus Futurists, we brainstorm on the evolution of our culture and the role of science and technology