Current Issue: October 19, 2018
2018 AIA Film Challenge winners
The 2018 AIA Film Challenge invited architects and filmmakers to collaborate in telling stories of architects, civic leaders, and their communities working together toward positive impact, creating a Blueprint for Better. Which films won the Grand Prize and People's Choice Award? Find out and watch the winners.
AEC Cares
Social impact
To assist with the lengthy recovery from 2017's catastrophic Hurricane Harvey, design and AEC professionals came together in Houston to refurbish a hostel for women and children.
Private money, public space
A recent public-private partnership case study boosts public access to an iconic Brooklyn site; is this indicative of a growing trend?
Member Benefits
MasterSpec is the industry-leading building and construction specification resource, with more than 900 master guide specifications organized into 17 specialty libraries. All AIA members who purchase a license receive a 10 percent discount.
Partner content
Bacteria-killing properties are moving paint beyond just aesthetics. AIA partner Sherwin-Williams explains what architects need to know to specify the correct coating. 
Partner content
From Arup to SimpsonHaugh and Partners, architects are reaping the efficiencies of automated design. AIA partner Bentley Systems explores what’s happening and what’s to come. 
More from AIA
Center for Communities by Design
AIA's Sustainable Design Assessment Team provides technical assistance and process expertise to help communities develop a vision and framework for a sustainable future. Applications for next year can be submitted through Dec. 7.
SXSW 2019
Place by Design provides a platform for artists, architects, designers, and urbanists at all levels to present their scalable solutions for improving our shared landscape.
AIA Contract Documents
Join us on Oct. 23 to gain strategies and tools on developing an effective plan that considers the entire project cycle, from client selection to project inception and closeout.
Architecture firms that truly function as sustainable design practices are more about green business models and less about reusable water bottles, says Sustainable Performance Institute founder and CEO Barbra Batshalom.
Leadership Institute
AIA Network