Richard Bartholomew, FAIA, FAAR is a retired architect and city planner whose professional career focused on urban design. A Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the American Academy in Rome, his 45 years of practice include 25 years as a partner in the internationally-known planning and design firm Wallace Roberts & Todd. In addition to his professional practice, Richard served for over 20 years as adjunct faculty at the University of Pennsylvania’s graduate School of Design. Awarded the Rome Prize in Architecture, Bartholomew holds Master of Architecture and B.A. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and was a Thouron Scholar at Cambridge University, England.