Design and health
A new era dawns in behavioral health design
Departing from the institutionalized care of the past, architects are designing behavioral health hospitals and clinics that better reflect the needs of patients and staff.
Career and the profession
Emerging Professionals Exhibit
"Call for Entries" to the EP Exhibit is now open!
Women's History Month
Do you think architecture is an equitable profession for women?
How are architects designing for a good night’s sleep?
A pair of architects will provide the National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Show with insights into how they design for better sleep.
Blueprint for Better Campaign 2019
Learn more about how we’re getting the word out about the powerful social impact of architects and how you can become involved
As architecture education faces a shift, how will our communities fit in?
Students, educators, and architects are calling for a stronger connection with communities and each other.
For “future-use architecture,” the time is now
A recent design exhibition in Los Angeles stressed the need for buildings that can accommodate change over time.
2019 AIA Awards - Young Architects
Emerging talent deserves recognition. The AIA Young Architects Award honors individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the architecture profession early in their careers.
2019 Associates Award
The AIA Associates Award is given to individual Associate AIA members to recognize outstanding leaders and creative thinkers for significant contributions to their communities and the architecture profession.
How one small firm survived the government shutdown
With 50 percent of its projects being public sector federal work, find out how an architectural firm in Golden, Colorado, weathered the recent shutdown.
2019 AIA Awards - Interior Architecture
The 2019 Interior Architecture program celebrates the most innovative and spectacular interior spaces. Impressive building interiors make their mark on the cities, places, and spaces where we live and work.
ABI December 2018: The year ends with slow billings growth
Though the pace of billings growth at architecture firms slowed modestly to end the year, firm billings increased every month of 2018.
A collective of 140 designers operating at the apex of technologically complex buildings, Boston’s Payette challenges conventional hypotheses and cultivates design innovation without preconception.
Lord Richard Rogers, Hon. FAIA
The work of Richard Rogers, Hon. FAIA, has influenced architectural conversations and helped redefine an architect’s responsibilities to society.
Art, history, and religion
This adventure down the Rhine offered more than just sightseeing
Find out how an Architectural Adventures tour through Germany, France, and the Netherlands impacted a young architect.
How architects can help communities recover from disasters (and save millions of dollars)
Three trained assessors share how architects can use their skills to evaluate homes and businesses in the aftermath of a disaster.
Which materials can help reduce carbon emissions?
How findings from Drawdown, a New York Times bestseller, are aiding architects in fighting climate change through better materials and methods.
Compensation strategies from a small firm principal
The principal of a small firm explains how being financially transparent and sharing responsibilities empowered their staff and increased morale.
Selecting the right owner-architect agreement for a commercial project
Choosing the right owner-architect agreement is a critical step in the process. Find out more about four AIA Contract Documents commonly used in commercial projects.