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College of Fellows

AIA Elevates 105 to Fellowship

This year’s distinguished group of members will be inducted at the 2012 AIA Convention in Washington, D.C.

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AIA Names Six as Honorary Fellows

Honorary Fellowship is one of the highest honors the AIA bestows upon international colleagues.

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Pruitt-Igoe 40 Years Later

Is the ghost of Modernism still haunting north St. Louis? One filmmaker says it’s time to move on. Architects shouldn’t be blamed for what happened at Pruitt-Igoe.

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AIA East Bay Rewards Adaptive Reuse and Renovation

AIA East Bay honored 11 projects this year, many of which re-invested in the East Bay’s existing building stock and breathed new life (and new programs) into foundering and neglected buildings.

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Web Video


Vote Videotect by Feb. 10

Architecture MN’s second annual video competition will screen its winning videos on March 1. This year’s theme: transit.

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Architects Looking Forward in 2012

How can architects make the world smarter, more efficient, less wasteful, and healthier? Stephen Chung, AIA, takes a look at the profession at the crossroads of innovation and craft.

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Getting Practice in Your Practice: Firms Hosting Academic Design Studios

Joining two different design cultures can give aspiring architects a better understanding of the profession.

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Clive Wilkinson Architects, FIDM San Diego Campus

2011 Recipient of an AIA Institute Honor Award for Interior Architecture.

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2011 special issues:

2012 Awards Special (Dec. 9)  |  Emerging Professionals (Nov. 18)  |  Frank Lloyd Wright (Sept. 23)  |  AIA 2011 National Convention (May 13)

AIA President Jeff Potter, FAIA, on how Washington, D.C., site of this year’s convention, demonstrates the inseparable relationship between design and democracy. Read full story.

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News and Resources

Career Center | Featured Jobs |
Navigating the Economy
RFP: Blackstone, Va., Adaptive Reuse of Historic Armory
RFP: Barre, Vt., District Court and State Office Building Interior Renovations
Competition: Re-Thinking Shanghai 2012
Competition: Ceramics of Italy Tile


February is Grassroots and Year-Round Advocacy Month: Easy Ways to Make Your Voice Heard
AIA KnowledgeNet Roundup: Justice Facilities Review Accepting Submissions, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Tax Incentives White Paper, Film Review: The Greenest Building
Enter AIA St. Louis’ National Photography Competition for Architects by March 1
AIA Adds Seven Documents to Documents-on-Demand
Renew Your 2012 AIA Membership Before Benefits Lapse
Seven Declare Candidacy for AIA Elected Offices

Attend the ASHRAE High Performance Buildings Conference in San Diego, March 12-13
APA Annual Conference Begins April 14 in Los Angeles
From the AAF--Urban Mechanics: Rebuilding the Engine of the Old Industrial City

Atlantic Cities:
Indy’s Super Bowl Building Boom
Atlantic Cities:
Why the Most Environmental Building is the Building We've Already Built
Los Angeles Times:
Chinese-American architects were vital to Los Angeles’ growth

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