John Senhauser Receives Second Annual Hammer Award
 The Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati (AFC) made its second annual Hammer Award to John Senhauser, FAIA, November 14, 2008. AFC established the Hammer to honor a practitioner who has made a consistent, significant contribution to the built environment in the Greater Cincinnati region over at least a 20-year-period.

Senhauser is a 1971 graduate of the University of Cincinnati DAAP, where he taught design in the 1990s. Senhauser founded his own firm in Cincinnati in 1979. John Senhauser Architects, which focuses on residential design, has consistently won recognition and awards.

He has been active in professional and community organizations—volunteer commitments include service on the local, state, and national boards of the American Association of Architects, who elected him to the College of Fellows in 1995. He is currently a member of the National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB), which evaluates college programs. He is chairman of the Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board and a member of the Cincinnati Urban Design Review Board and the UC Design Review Committee. 
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