The AIAS chapter at NewSchool of Architecture & Design contacted renowned architects from across the globe, asking for drawings. They have received napkin sketches from Cesar Pelli, Richard Meier, Bjarke Ingles, Steven Holl, Joshua Prince-Ramus, and more! Profits from this event will send students to Kenya with Rebuild Global.
Dear valued AIA San Diego Members, Sponsors, and Strategic Partners,
Please find a letter from me on behalf of the chapter’s Board of Directors, here.
For the third time in a row, AIA San Diego will host a booth at the Del Mar Home & Garden Show. The committee has come up with some great ideas and we'll be sharing them with our residentially focused members in the next week, so stay tuned! We're collaborating with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and possibly American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) to create a sort of "Experts Alley" where homeowners can meet with professionals and get advice and insight into home improvement. The goal, of course, is for our members to get some leads on
February 2-4, 2012 in San Diego, CA
This conference is the premier smart growth event held in the U.S. each year.
For those who knew him, Dale Naegle, FAIA was a pillar of the local design community. A friend wrote to Dale’s widow, Myrna, following news of Dale’s passing: “God received a real gift last night.
In a little more than a year from now, government agencies will be required to increase the amount of money they withhold from companies that perform public work. Congress is debating a bill to stop the withholding, but they need to hear from you to make sure it passes.
California Architects Board Suspends CIDP Requirement for Licensure – 6/17/11
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An architect and a doctor are playing golf one day.
Architect: I don't get it. Why do you guys make so much money?
Doctor: We go to school for years longer than most people.
A: So do we.
D: We have to intern for years, working long hours and at low wages.
A: So do we.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and its Committee on the Environment (COTE) have selected High Tech High Chula Vista as one of the top 10 examples of sustainable architecture in the nation. This is the first and only new construction project in San Diego County to win this prestigious national award. For all the details, click here.