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Welcome to AIA Alabama

The Alabama Council of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) represents a membership of approximately 700 licensed architects, interns and affiliates. The primary goal of the Council is to promote the quality and practice of architecture. Chartered in 1916, the Alabama Council is a non-profit association.

The primary goal of the Alabama Council AIA is to promote unity among the architectural profession in the state.

With more than 600 architect and associate architect members, the Alabama Council AIA considers its members to be the lifeline of the organization. Without member support and participation the Council would not be successful; therefore, we pledge to do whatever it takes to serve members in the most effective and efficient manner possible.

Below are some of our Design Awards Winners from 2018!!

Honor Award Winner: Montgomery Interpretive Center by Chambless King Architects

Merit Award Winner: Factor 48 Residence by ArchitectureWorks

Merit Award Winner: Dugas Residence by Hinson + Dagg Architects

Merit Award Winner: Smile-a-Mile Place by CCR Architecture & Interior

Honorable Mention Award Winner: The Finley Center by Goodwyn Mills Cawood

Honorable Mention Award Winner: The Florentine by Williams Blackstock Architects

Student Honorable Mention: Ownership... Identity by Anna Marie Halepaska

Student Honorable Mention: Social Voids by Will Mack

Student Honorable Mention: Fashion Museum by Corey Thomas

Top Block Award Winner: Pelham Ridge Elementary School by Goodwyn Mills Cawood