Lance Hosey, architect and sustainable design advocate, has died at 56

AN is saddened to learn that Lance Hosey—highly decorated architect, prolific author, public speaker, and tireless champion of sustainable designpassed away late last month on August 27. The Houston-born Hosey was 56 years old.

A fellow of both the American Institute of Architects and the U.S. Green Building Council, Hosey joined Los Angeles-headquartered HMC Architects in June 2020 as the firm’s chief impact officer—an inaugural role not only for the Californian firm but for the entire architecture industry. Prior to that, Hosey served as principal, design director, and co-leader of design resilience at Gensler and as chief sustainability officer with RTLK Associates (now CallisonRTKL) and Perkins Eastman. For nearly a

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