AIA Statement: This is a time of reflection
This is a time of reflection. There are no words that can adequately express our compassion or sorrow for the families touched by the unspeakable and senseless tragedy visited on Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas this week. Yet again, we are reminded that life is precious and impermanent, that we must cherish the moments we have with those who we hold most dear, and that we are all connected because we are all human.
Russian oil embargo offers mixed results for sustainability’s future
How is the Russian oil embargo impacting architecture firms?
2022 AIA/ALA Library Building Awards
Every year, AIA is proud to partner with the American Library Association/Library Leadership and Management Association to honor the best in library architecture and design. The AIA/ALA Library Building Awards are the only awards that recognize entire library structures and all aspects of their design.
Education Facility Design Awards 2022
The year's best school and college facilities, presented by the AIA's Committee on Architecture for Education
Elevated Conversations: Melody Tang, AIA, and Ryan Jang, AIA
AIA chats with two recent winners of the 2022 Young Architects Award for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Women in architecture
Women in architecture are a dynamic and influential segment in the profession, but when looking at leadership roles we also ask-Where are they? AIA champions a diverse profession and part of this effort is directed at women through leadership development, career resources, and a strong peer network. With this support, increasing prominence, and a greater sense of belonging, women are transforming the profession now and will continue to do so for future generations.
Renovation claims 50% share of firm billings for first time
For the first time, billings for reconstruction projects at architecture firms exceeded billings for new construction projects, based on new data from AIA that draws on 20 years of tracking renovation, retrofitting, restoration, and reconstruction.
Suyama Bodhinayake, Assoc. AIA
Suyama Bodhinayake has always been interested in sustainable design. Now settled in Orange County (OC), California, Bodhinayake uses knowledge gained from a career that has spanned two decades and three continents to convince policymakers to include architects as stakeholders in their sustainability plans. He is helping guide Irvine, California’s effort to meet the city’s bold carbon neutrality pledge.