AIA Statement on SCOTUS Decision in West Virginia v. EPA
The climate crisis is a crisis of global dimensions, there are no sidelines. AIA believes that the West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), decision by the U.S. Supreme Court is a setback in the climate crisis fight. AIA also believes that the decision should strengthen our resolve to partner with and support elected leaders that share our sense of urgency to address the climate crisis.
How architects are advocating for ADUs in high-cost urban areas
In the United States, home prices rose nearly 20% last year, reaching record levels. In light of a lack of supply, neighborhoods zoned for single-family housing are being re-examined by urban planners – and architects – looking for creative ways to address density.
Career and the profession
AIA CEO Lakisha Woods says "her success is tied to their success" at A'22 kickoff
Madam Architect’s Julia Gamolina interviewed AIA’s Executive Vice President and CEO Lakisha Woods on Wednesday, June 22, on the main stage at AIA’s Conference on Architecture 2022 in Chicago. This is Woods’ first conference as AIA’s EVP/CEO, but not, as she noted, her first Conference on Architecture.
Chapel of St. Ignatius
In the spiritual exercises of the Jesuits, a religious order of the Catholic Church, no single method is prescribed.
Saving vernacular architecture in the climate change era
Vernacular architecture is defined as being constructed from local materials to suit its native setting, indigenous climate, and specific local needs. The enigmatic nature of vernacular architecture can make it complicated to identify, steward and protect during disaster recovery.
Career and the profession
Diversity, America’s cities, public safety hot topics at Day 2 of A’22
Moderated by Lee Bey, a Chicago-based photographer, author, lecturer, and architecture critic, the conversation featured renowned architects Vishaan Chakrabarti, FAIA, Renée Cheng, FAIA, and Jeanne Gang, FAIA, discussing how architects impact America’s big cities today, diversity in the field, the role of architecture in public safety, and much more.
'SAY IT LOUD' exhibit is at The Octagon
The Architects Foundation has launched its latest exhibit at The Octagon in Washington, D.C. SAY IT LOUD, curated by Pascale Sablan, FAIA, will be on view through December 2022. SAY IT LOUD is an exhibit featuring projects by women and diverse design professionals, as well as interviews about their experiences in the architecture and design professions. This exhibit shares, protects and celebrates the journey of the underrepresented to inspire the next generation. SAY IT LOUD at The Octagon in Washington, D.C., will include a special component featuring Black architects from The American Institute of Architects’ College of Fellows.
ABI May 2022: Business conditions at architecture firms remain strong despite economic headwinds
Architecture firms continued to report strong business conditions in May, despite increasing headwinds in the economy.