Local Alumnus of College of Architecture & Design Retires

David Osler, alumnus of the College of Architecture & Design in 1943, retired this fall after more than 50 years of working as an architect in Ann Arbor, Michigan. His career is highlighted in the Ann Arbor News.

According to the article, Osler’s company, David Osler, Architect AIA, has “won more awards than any other office of its size in the state: 22 Michigan Society of Architects awards, including the Michigan AIA Gold Medal, the highest honor the American Institute of Architects confers, and the title Firm of the Year.” In addition, Osler’s design for the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C., was given an honorable mention, and he received a cash prize in the competition, from a field of 1,800 entries.