A long time in the making. Julia Morgan, FAIA was awarded the AIA Gold Medal posthumously.
When was the last time the American Institute of Architects (AIA) awarded their highest honor, the Gold Medal, to a woman? NEVER. With all the hype surrounding the Pritzker Prize, it is about time time we turn our focus home and ask the AIA why, unlike the Pritzker Prize, they have never given the honor to a single female architect?
Our cities are living museums, and cultureNow is helping everyone navigate them better by empowering individuals with on-the-ground knowledge.
Haven given over three and a half decades of service to the Architecture Profession, Paul Welch, Hon. AIA has often been referred to as the “Godfather of the AIA.” In a new bi-montly series released by AIA California Council, Notes from the Second Floor, Paul shares his insight on contemporary issues affecting the practice of architecture.
Loisos + Ubbjelohde is attracting future clients through their Zero Energy Summer Camp, July 18-21st. An award winning consulting firm specializing in High Performance Buildings, L+U have nearly as many architects as clients as they do owners and building industry professionals.
Last year, the American Institute of Architects introduced the Repositioning the Institute Initiative. The initial year-long research effort undertaken by Laplaca Cohen was to help “us (the AIA members) hear each other better, talk more effectively with one another across generations, and, finally, communicate with our collaborators and with the public audiences we serve.”