Ronnette Riley, FAIA is a vibrant designer and energetic member of the New York architecture community. She has been recognized in all media forms and won over 66 design awards. Celebrated projects include the first Apple flagship store, which opened in New York City and The Westin Ottawa Hotel in Ontario, Canada. Before founding Ronnette Riley Architect in 1987, Ms. Riley spent eight years in the architectural practice of Philip Johnson and John Burgee where she served as Project Architect for the “Lipstick Building” at 53rd and Third in Manhattan. Ms. Riley has been a collector of art since 1982 and has over the last three years organized an annual art exhibit featuring over 50 local and international artists as a member of the Board of the East Hampton Artists Writers Charity Softball Game.