As we are now in the month of November, this is probably a good time to look ahead to 2017. Specifically, I would like to discuss some events that planners, architects, and landscape architects can look forward to in the new year. For those of you who follow my writing, you must know by now that […]
As the year winds down, I think this is a good time to look ahead to 2016. Specifically, I would like to discuss some events that planners, architects, and landscape architects can look forward to in the new year. For those of you who follow my writing, you must know by now that I am a […]
As the year winds down, I think this is a good time to reflect on the happenings of 2014 and look ahead to 2015. Since I have already shared my reflections (see What is this Planner Thankful For?), I want to take some time now to talk about some events that planners, architects, and landscape […]
How many times have you told someone who is not in the A/E/C industry that you are an architect and they remark how exciting that must be and how they too wanted to be an architect, all the while imagining George Costanza on Seinfeld.
Los Angeles – The American Institute of Architects/Los Angeles is hosting an Exhibition of photographer and architect Richard J. Levy’s portfolio. According to the AIA/LA, the Exhibition will display limited edition photographic prints from the Library of Congress archive.
I just got back from my first AIA Illinois Prairie Grassroots Lobby Day and it definitely lived up to the hype. After a long but comfortable 4 hour bus ride to the state capital we had a quick lunch and were breifed by AIA Illinois staff regarding the issues we would be discussing with our […]
This past Saturday I had the opportunity to take part in the first ever Advocacy Boot Camp sponsored by AIA Illinois and held at the offices of AIA Chicago. The purpose of this half day seminar was to train citizen architects to build
I met with a group of women architects for lunch last month and the topic was Architect Barbie which debuted at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) national convention this year. In conjunction with the debut, Mattel is spotlighting architecture
This past Friday and Saturday I was in Lisle, IL at the AIA Illinois annual conference. This year’s gathering was titled Collaboration/Innovation, but very well could have been titled, “Wake Up Architects!” Friday’s keynote speaker was Bruce Mau, author of several books including
San Diego architect and UrbDeZine Panel Author Kevin deFreitas has become the first architect to win the triple header of architecture awards: The American Institute of Architects (AIA) local, state, and national Young Architect of the Year awards, according to the San Diego Union Tribune (R.Showley).