Current Issue: February 8, 2019
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2019 Architecture Awards
World class museums on two continents, education buildings large and small, affordable housing, and industrial showstoppers comprise the year's top designs. Explore them all.
How will artificial intelligence affect small firms
Just over 75 percent of architecture firms have one to nine employees. How will these smaller outfits, with smaller budgets, confront the rise of AI? Find out.
Young Architects
Honors and awards
Forward-thinking designers and leaders, the 22 architects honored this year are shaping the course of the profession. 
Associates Award
Honors and awards
Four Associate members demonstrate leadership and action at work, in their communities, and within AIA. Meet them. 
Surviving the shutdown
Firm management
With 50 percent public sector projects, this Colorado firm was highly impacted by the government shutdown. Find out how these architects made it through.
Member Benefits
Whether you’re a new architect starting your career or a principal running your own practice, the AIA Trust offers tools, guides, and tips designed exclusively to help AIA members manage and control risk.
Social impact
Emerging professionals
How can young designers build stronger communities and advance their professional development at the same time? Learn more. 
Architects Foundation
The ProNet David Lakamp practice management scholarship and the McAslan preservation summer travel fellowship are accepting applications through Mar. 20. Apply today.  
Zero Threshold
More from AIA
Black History Month
In this ARCHITECT opinion piece, the 2019-2020 president of the National Organization of Minority Architects shares her story and desires for a more diverse profession. 
Honors and Awards
The AIA AAH Healthcare Design Awards showcase the best of healthcare building design and planning as well as healthcare design-oriented research. 
Housing and Community Development knowledge community
This Feb. 18 webinar will build upon Habitat III, focusing on paths toward implementing the New Urban Agenda in housing design, development, and policy. 
Federal issues
As part of a coalition of energy businesses, trade associations, researchers, and advocacy organizations, the Institute urged Congressional leaders to include energy investments in future infrastructure policies. 
AIA leadership
AIA members have declared candidacy for three offices. Members interested in standing for election are requested to declare their intent by Feb. 15. 
AIA Network