Architecture firms forced to lay off employees in hard times
By MONICA UNHOLD, The Daily Transcript
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
CALL FOR ENTRIES: AIA San Diego Accepting Submissions for its 2009 Design & Young Architect of the Year Awards ProgramsPosted February 25th, 2009 by AIASD Admin
CALL FOR ENTRIES: AIA San Diego Accepting Submissions for its 2009 Design & Young Architect of the Year Awards Programs
February 24, 2009 (San Diego, Calif.) — The American Institute of Architects San Diego (AIASD) chapter is a
Front Porch: News & notes about real estate
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Architects Step Up to Public Service
At least 850 architects nationally are mayors, city council members, county supervisors and planning and historic preservation commissioners or hold other appointed and elected positions, according to the American Institute of Architects.
The San Diego Daily Transcript, Green Building & Design
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed legislation on September 29, 2008, requiring California architects to complete mandatory continuing education courses on disabled access requirements as a condition of license renewal.
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The San Diego chapter of the American Institute of Architects recently honored local architects and San Diego-based projects from out-of-town firms in its annual Design Awards. The AIA handed out 16 design awards in six categories at the ceremony, which was held June 7 at The Neurosciences Institute.
Over the last hundred years or so, architects have watched their roles shrink to the point where “master builder” no longer applies. Now they seem relegated to the periphery, edged out of economic and even aesthetic control by powerful developers.