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30
Sep

Paul W. Welch Jr. ARE Scholarship

In recognition of Paul Welch Jr.’s distinguished and lengthy career of service to architects and the architectural profession, this scholarship recognizes the significant contributions of California interns at early stages in their careers and encourages them to complete the licensure process by covering all associated costs. Scholarship recipients will receive: •1 year subscription to online …

23
Sep

2019 AIA Small Projects Awards

The Evans Tree House at Garvan Woodland Gardens Location: Hot Springs, Arkansas Small Project Design, an AIA Knowledge Community, presents the 2019 Small Project Awards, to recognize small project practitioners for the high quality of their work and to promote excellence in small project design. This program strives to raise public awareness of the value and …

11
Sep

AIA Home Trends Survey 2019 Q3

The AIA Home Design Trends Survey for Q3 of 2019 is now available; this interactive report identifies trends in neighborhood and community design, along with residential business conditions.

11
Sep

The Rebirth of Notre-Dame

“PARIS HEARTBEAT” WINNING PROPOSAL More than 30,000 people reportedly voted on  226 project submissions before the competition ended on June 30, and the winning proposal by Chinese designers Zeyu Cai and Sibei Li, called “Paris Heartbeat,” featured a new spire composed of hundreds of mirrors (that, when viewed from the inside, offers a kaleidoscopic view …

30
Jul

Informing Homeowners about ADUs, Value of Working with an Architect

Illustrations by Fanny Wu, AIA AIA California has launched a public website, Plus1House.org, to provide information and resources to California homeowners about Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and the value of working with an AIA Architect. California’s housing crisis is impacting communities across the state, and developing ADUs are one way to contribute toward a solution. ...
26
Jul

Sept 1-30 | 16th Annual Architecture + the City Festival

AIA San Francisco and the Center for Architecture + Design present the 16th Annual Architecture + the City festival We the City by Amos Goldbaum The American Institute of Architects, (AIASF) and the Center for Architecture + Design are pleased to announce the 16th annual Architecture + the City festival September 1-30. One of the …

24
Jul

July AIATrust News Managing Your Risks

Managing Your Risks Protecting Your Practice from Others’ Negligence What Do You Need to Start a Successful Practice? How Do You Plan to Retire? Nurturing Financial Wellness at Your Firm Get Educated July 2019 Healthcare Update Blueprints for Success Find all the answers to all your questions on AIATrust News  HERE

15
Jul

July 27 | WIA Workshop at ABA

On July 27th, Shalini Agrawal from Pathways to Equity will be leading a workshop at Anderson Brulé Architects from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. More information and sign up HERE

24
Jun

July 1 Deadline | Emerging Professionals Design Competition

The deadline for the Emerging Professionals Design Competition has been extended to July 1. AIA California has partnered with Sprung Structures to host an Emerging Professionals Design Competition. Each year, this competition will challenge California’s emerging professionals to solve real-world scenarios that continue to effect California. The 2019 Emerging Professionals Design Competition will address earthquakes and …

20
Jun

Jul 1 Deadline | PSr1 Design Build Competition

PSr1 Design Build Competition SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED to July 1st 2019 3 Finalists will be selected to build and install their “seating & shade parklets”  August 17th 2019 in Sonoma County. The competition is to design public interaction installations that will allow visitors to sit in the shade and engage with one another. The programmatic …

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