Monthly Archives: September 2012

Envelope Energy

The October Small Firm Forum Thursday, October 4, 2012 Noon to 1:30pm Cost: Free for AIA members; $3 non-members Open to all, bring your own lunch. 1.5 CES LUs SFF Host: Juliana Brodsky, Assoc. AIA We will discuss the energy-generating … Continue reading

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Emerging Professionals Meeting

Monday, September 17, 2012 6pm All are welcome–please RSVP so we know to expect you. Students, interns, licensure candidates and young architects are invited and encouraged to attend the Emerging Professionals meeting. We’ll have time to discuss issues affecting us … Continue reading

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Lisa Gelfand, FAIA: Recent Work

Women in Architecture Thursday, September 13 6-7:30pm Free and open to all. Please rsvp to events@aiaeb.org Please join us this Thursday, September 13th at 6:00pm for the Women in Architecture Forum’s September event, “Lisa Gelfand, FAIA: Recent Work.” Lisa Gelfand, … Continue reading

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September Historic Preservation Meeting

Thursday, September 12 Noon-1:30pm Free and all are welcome.   From Betsy Yost, AIA, Chair: At our last meeting, we decided that everyone would bring images of one or two additions to historic buildings to the September meeting in order … Continue reading

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Burning Man as the Geography of Transformation

Wednesday, September 26 5:30pm check-in; panel begins 5:45pm After the program join us for a wine and cheese reception in the AIA East Bay office. Cost: $16.50 AIA Members and employees of chapter member firms; $21 Non-members (Student members free … Continue reading

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