Jun 25 | AIA East Bay COTE Event: Mass Timber

COTE – Committee on the Environment: MASS TIMBER: How it could save the world!   This program explains why increased forest protection and improved stewardship are key to addressing the climate crisis and reducing the embodied carbon of wood products — and how the green building movement can help. Learning objectives: Forests’ role in combatting …


AIA National Board Statement on Systemic Racial Injustice

From AIA National AIA Board statement to our members on systemic racial injustice To our members, America’s list of racially motivated murders demand action. Eric Garner. Sandra Bland. Michael Brown. Shantel Davis. Atatiana Jefferson. Laquan McDonald. Tony McDade. Pamela Turner. Korryn Gaines. Trayvon Martin. Tamir Rice. Walter Scott. Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd. …


Biweekly COVID-19 Update from AIA

From AIA National  June 16, 2020 To say a lot has been going on over the last two weeks is an understatement. Where we are now—amid an ongoing pandemic and, simultaneously, protesting around the world to dismantle systemic racial injustice and discrimination—is our new normal. All this as states continue to move forward with plans …


2020 AIASF Housing Symposium

2020 AIASF Housing Symposium: Cracking the Code 2-day Virtual Symposium: How can San Franciscans reapproach our zoning inheritance to permit more housing? Since WWII, San Francisco’s current zoning has been “down-sized” squeezing out opportunities for much-needed growth. Co-presented by AIASF and Center for Architecture + Design, this 2-day virtual Housing Symposium will feature experts from …


YAF Connection “Call for Submissions”

AIA Young Architects Forum The Young Architects Forum is the voice of architects in the early stages of their career and the catalyst for change within the profession and our communities. Working closely with the AIA College of Fellows and the American Institute of Architects as a whole, the YAF is leading the future of …

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