Where architects stand: A statement of our values
The AIA works to advance our nation’s quality of life and protect the public’s health, safety and welfare, as it has done for 160 years.
The most-read stories of 2017
From pursuing licensure and powering Puerto Rico to Michelle Obama at A'17, these 10 stories were the most read by members this year.
The AIA is the voice of the architectural profession and a resource for its members in service to society.Where architects stand
Snow Kreilich Architects
Snow Kreilich Architects has developed a remarkable body of work investigating what its principals call “architecture’s capacity to transform experience.”
The Safety Assessment Program
The Safety Assessment Program training provides built environment professionals with the knowledge to evaluate buildings after a disastrous event.
Jorge Silvetti, Int'l Assoc. AIA
Jorge Silvetti has propagated a distinct school of thought among the design professionals who have graduated in the past 42 years.
Top 10 Instagram posts of 2017
These 10 images were beloved by design professionals and social media enthusiasts on AIA National's Instagram feed.
Tax reform: what it may mean for you
The new tax reform overhaul proposal, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, contains major risks for the architecture profession. Here’s what tax reform could mean for you.
The top TopicA stories of 2017
Safe schools, healthy hospitals, residential redesigns: these are the stories the public loved on the new TopicA website in 2017.
Career and the profession
The shifting architectural workforce: What does it mean for our future?
An emerging professional and millennial shares how his generation will set the tone for the next round of leaders in the architectural workforce.
Invisible sustainability: A design approach that exceeds 2030 targets
Using integrated passive design and advanced energy modeling, this small firm strives for simple methods and design freedom while meeting the 2030 Commitment.
Editor’s choice for 2017: AIA in ARCHITECT Magazine
Each month, AIA reports on practice, research, and design in ARCHITECT Magazine. These stories were among the best in 2017.
Tamara Eagle Bull, FAIA
Tamara Eagle Bull has proven herself to be an advocate for culturally relevant and responsible design and a recognized leader in the realm of contemporary Native American architecture.
Lenore M. Lucey, FAIA
An advocate and leader for architects, Lenore M. Lucey, has built a legacy of continuous service to the built environment.
Career and the profession
Practice Innovation Lab tackles the future of architecture
Sixty architectural thought leaders gathered recently to discuss new models of practicing architecture and new ways to think about the profession.