2023 Housing Awards
The 2023 Housing Awards, presented by the AIA Housing and Community Development Knowledge Community, emphasize the importance of good housing as a necessity of life, a sanctuary for the human spirit, and a valuable national resource. This year, 10 projects were recognized for this honor across five categories
Parks for Downtown Dallas
Established in 2015, the nonprofit Parks for Downtown Dallas has focused on delivering four priority parks that have greatly enhanced the city’s downtown core and serve as a living room where diverse communities can gather and thrive. The organization’s ultimate goal is a powerful example of a public/private partnership operating at the highest level to realize a bold vision in an era of tight and shrinking municipal budgets.
2023 Associate Awards
These associate members have been recognized with the Associates Award for significant contributions to their communities and the architecture profession, particularly how they have engaged students and emerging professionals and helped them to advance their careers.
2023 Young Architects
View the 2023 recipients of the Young Architects Award. These early career architects have been recognized with the Young Architects Award for their exceptional leadership and significant contributions to the architecture profession, including environmental advocacy, increasing access to great design, and mentoring future architects.
2023 AIA Awards - Architecture
The 2023 Architecture program celebrates the best contemporary architecture regardless of budget, size, style, or type. These stunning projects show the world the range of outstanding work architects create and highlight the many ways buildings and spaces can improve our lives.
AIA Applauds NCARB for Eliminating the Rolling Clock
Feb 23, 2023
AIA celebrates the decision by the Board of Directors of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) for eliminating the “rolling clock” to architecture licensure.
Stop the Clock—Campaign to retire the ARE® Rolling Clock
The American Institute of Architects celebrates the recent decision by the Board of Directors of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) for retiring the “rolling clock” to architecture licensure.