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2015 Design Awards

AIA East Bay is pleased to announce the Call for Entries for its 2015 Design Awards. The AIA East Bay Design Awards program recognizes design excellence in architecture, residential architecture, interior architecture, restoration/renovation, and urban design. Criteria to be used by the jury include quality of design, resolution of the program idea, sustainable responsibility, innovation, thoughtfulness, and technique.

Click here to register entries.

Eligibility

  • Projects must be designed and submitted by an architect.
  • Projects must have been completed after January 1, 2008.
  • AIA East Bay members may submit projects from anywhere.
  • Non-member architects may submit projects located in the chapter’s four counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa and Solano.
  • Projects that have won earlier design awards, other than previous AIA East Bay design award winners, or that have been previously published remain eligible.

Project Types

Projects of all types will be viewed, including, but not limited to:

  • Commercial, office, and mixed-use
  • Industrial, laboratories, and hospitals
  • Transportation and parking structures
  • Places of worship
  • Libraries, schools, and other institutions
  • Historic preservation, adaptive reuse, renovation and restoration
  • Single & multi-residential, dormitories, affordable & temporary housing

Click here to preview full submittal guidelines.

Registration & Submittal Deadline:
Entries must be received by 3pm, Friday, September 25, 2015.
Late or postmarked entries cannot be accepted.

Awards Reception and Presentation:
6:00 pm, Thursday, October 1, 2015

AIA East Bay
1405 Clay Street
Oakland
, CA 94612

Please note: winning projects will not be announced prior to the Awards Presentation. We strongly encourage all entrants to attend the Awards Reception and Presentation.

Entry Fees
$165 per project—AIA members
$250 per project—Non-members
Fee includes one ticket to the Awards Reception and Presentation
Click here to register entries.

Additional Reception and Presentation tickets: $20 AIA members/$30 non-members

Entry fees are non-refundable and may not be applied to future AIA East Bay Award Competitions.

An email including will be sent to the entrant upon registration, including: an assigned entry number for each project submitted; Descriptive Data Sheet; Sustainable Design Supplement; and Concealed Identification Form. For additional information, please call AIA East Bay at 510/464-3600.

2015 Jury:

E.B. Min, AIAE.B. Min, AIA
Min | Day
San Francisco, CA

EB is the San Francisco-based principal of Min | Day.  A graduate of Brown University with dual concentrations in Art History and Studio Art, EB received her Master of Architecture from U.C. Berkeley.  E.B.’s early experience in the landscape architecture design-build office of Topher Delaney and Andrea Cochran instilled an interest in the integration of landscape and building. She has taught at U.C. Berkeley and is an Adjunct Professor at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. E.B. has served on the boards of both the AIASF and the AIACC. During her tenure on the AIASF board, EB helped in the formation of the Missing 32% project to address issues of design equity. Recently she has been involved in expanding the practice into furniture design with the formation of MOD furniture, a design off-shoot of Min | Day.  Min | Day has received numerous awards including being featured in Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard, 2010, the AIACC’s 2007 Emerging Talent Award and Residential Architect’s 2010’s Rising Star.

Allison Williams, FAIAAllison Williams, FAIA
AECOM
San Francisco, CA

In a career spanning more than 30 years in corporate practice, Allison Williams, FAIA has designed significant large-scale projects in the San Francisco Bay Area, nationally and internationally. The breadth of Ms. Williams’ work spans civic, corporate and cultural facilities, places for research and education, mixed-use and high density developments. Prior to joining AECOM, Allison led architecture studios for both Perkins Will and SOM, where projects have included the highly acclaimed international terminal at San Francisco International Airport; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Computational Research Facility; August Wilson Center for African American Culture (Pittsburgh, PA); and CREATE at the National University of Singapore.A Loeb Fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Design, Allison earned her master of architecture and bachelor of arts in the practice of art degrees at the University of California, Berkeley, and was elevated to Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1997. She is a current member of the Harvard Graduate School of Design Visiting Committee for Harvard’s Board of Overseers and the Harvard Design Magazine Practitioners Advisory Board.

Brett BabaBrett Baba, AIA
Graham Baba Architects
Seattle, WA

A Washington native, Brett Baba has practiced architecture for 35 years in Seattle, Yakima  and Connecticut.    He has worked in a number of firms including Ralph Anderson and Olson Sundberg (later Olson Kundig) in Seattle and the Knipper Dunn Partnership in Yakima, Washington.

Brett earned a BA and Master of Architecture from the University of Washington and is active in supporting and participating in the school’s mission.   Significant projects in Brett’s early career include the Frye Art Museum, the Mission Hill Winery, and residences around the US, including the Martha’s Vineyard house where President Obama vacationed in 2013.

Joining Jim Graham, a friend & colleague from Olson Sundberg, the two started Graham Baba Architects in 2006.    The firm has grown to 22 people since then and has garnered much positive attention for its innovative and appealing approaches to adaptive reuse & residential work, restaurants, public markets and other hospitality projects and developments related to art and community-building.

Berkeley Design Advocates Announces Call for Submissions to the 11th Biennial Design Awards Program

11th Biennial BDA Design Awards Program 2014
Celebrating 22 Years of Design Excellence

Friday, January 30, 2015
Submissions Deadline: 5pm
Click Here to Submit Your Design or mail to:
Berkeley Design Advocates
P.O. Box 7233
Berkeley, CA 94707

Project Information and Application Form:

Berkeley Design Advocates is pleased to announce its 11th Biennial Design Awards Program for acknowledgement of excellence in urban planning and architecture, innovative and creative design solutions, and preservation of historic structures and places in Berkeley. BDA is a membership organization of architects, landscape architects, planners, builders and design professionals established in 1973 to promote excellence in the built environment of Berkeley.

The BDA Design Awards jury will consider applications submitted from design professionals, owners, and builders for building projects, renovation and restoration works, and urban design plans completed within the period from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014 in the City of Berkeley. Projects that exemplify the best in architecture, landscape architecture, preservation and planning will be selected by the jury for an award.

To submit a project to be considered for an award, please send your project information with an application fee of $50 (Fifty Dollars), including up to six jpg format digital images.

Submissions must be received no later than 5:00pm, January 30, 2015, at Berkeley Design Advocates, P.O. Box 7233, Berkeley, CA 94707, or Click Here to reply by e-mail, in MS Word format for text. (The application fee provides a year’s membership to BDA. BDA Members will receive a membership renewal for 2015.)

Award recipients will be notified by March 4, 2015. The Awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 from 6:30-8PM in Berkeley at the Aurora Theatre.

2014 Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards

Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards is a unique design awards program. It was established to recognize the best in the Bay Area housing design. ExRes 2014 emphasizes the important impact excellent design has on everyday living and our communities.

Registration for project entries has closed.

Jury Presentation and Reception:
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 | 6 pm
$25 AIA East Bay members/$45 non-members
Please Click Here to Register

 

ExRes2014
Eligibility

  • Residential projects located in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma Counties.  Projects must have been completed since September 1, 2007.
  • Projects that have won earlier design awards, other than previous AIA East Bay design award winners, or that have been previously published remain eligible.
  • Applicant need not be a registered architect nor an AIA member, but must be responsible for the design of the project. All significant contributors to the design of the project must be given credit as part of the submission.

Please click here for Submission Guidelines. Entry numbers and additional documents will be emailed upon registration.

Project Types

Residential/Remodel/Additions, Interiors or New Construction
in either:
Single Family Residential Design
and/or Multi-Unit Residential Design (Complexes or Individual Units)
and/or Small Budget/Great Space (Projects under $30,000)

2014 Jury

davidbaker2012_cgregorycrowley.slideshow_mainDavid Baker, FAIA
David Baker Architects
San Francisco, CA

David Baker, FAIA, LEED AP founded San Francisco-based David Baker + Partners in 1982. With a focus on sustainable affordable housing, the firm has come to be known for combining social concern with a signature design character. A leader in the affordable housing sphere, the firm has designed and built more than 8,000 affordable units in the San Francisco Bay Area and has received more than 160 local and national architectural design awards, including the 2012 ULI Global Award for Excellence for the multi-generational Armstrong Place Senior and Family Housing. David was selected as the AIA California Council’s 2012 Distinguished Practice, in recognition of a career of dedicated commitment to the built environment. In 2010 he was given Hearthstone Builder Humanitarian Award, which honors the housing industry’s 30 most influential and innovative people of the past 30 years.

julieeizenbergJulie Eizenberg, AIA
Koning Eizenberg Architecture Inc
Santa Monica, CA

Julie Eizenberg, AIA is a founding Principal of Koning Eizenberg Architecture, and brings design vision to the firm’s wide range of projects. Under her leadership, the firm has earned over 100 awards for design, preservation and sustainability including the World Architecture Festival’s Housing Award in 2013 and the 2012 AIA Los Angeles Gold Medal in recognition of a lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture. Julie teaches and lectures around the world, is a frequent advisor to the U.S. Mayor’s Institute on City Design, and is the author of Architecture Isn’t Just for Special Occasions that outlines her practice’s philosophy on the role of architecture in everyday life. Notable work includes the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Hancock Lofts in West Hollywood, the Otis Booth Campus in Los Angeles, Pico Branch Library and Belmar affordable housing in Santa Monica.

Noyes PortraitNick Noyes, AIA
Nick Noyes Architecture
San Francisco, CA

Nick Noyes, AIA founded Nick Noyes Architecture in 1992, this nationally and internationally published and award-winning firm concentrates on new residential construction and residential renovations. The firm is noted for consistently producing work that is both rich in formal clarity and expressive of the material nature of construction. Operating out of a converted warehouse in the Dogpatch/Potrero district of San Francisco, Nick Noyes Architecture has found a prominent place in the architectural community of the Bay Region and beyond. Along with his practice Nick has also taught architecture at the University of California, Berkeley and most recently as an Adjunct Professor at the California College of the Arts.

Sponsors
AIA East Bay thanks the following sponsors for their support of  design excellence and the architectural community.

Aerotek
American Building Supply

American Soil & Stone
Associated Building Supply
Crestron
Degenkolb
Dealey Renton & Associates
Ideate, Inc
Lutron
Moen
Pacific Coast Building Products

Interested in Sponsorship? Please call Sidney Sweeney at 510/464-3600.

For more information on these and upcoming programs please contact the Chapter Office at 510/464-3600 or events@aiaeb.org.

Learning Objectives

1. Attendees will be able to state at least two commonalities in the design of multi-family housing by David Baker + Partners.

2. Attendees will be able to describe Nick Noyes’ design solution in adding a modern addition to a historic San Francisco home.

3. Attendees will be able to identify two zoning and/or planning limitations faced in a new transit-oriented development by Koning Eizenberg Architects, and what the solutions were.

4. Attendees will be able to identify at least two design approaches that the 2014 Design Awards jury determined were features of award winners ten years ago and are now “the norm” in almost all submitted designs.

2014 AIA National Photography Competition

 

 

 

 

photo by Frank Rosario, AIA

 

AIA St. Louis presents the 2014 AIA Photography Competition.  All entries must be submitted on a CD ROM (see www.aia-stlouis.org; click on Features for entry form &and prospectus). You may submit black & white or color images.  The top 14 entries will be exhibited at the 2014 AIA National Convention in Chicago and in AIArchitect and posted to www.aia-stlouis.org.

ELIGIBILITY

The Competition is open to any and all architects actively registered in the US.  The contest is also open to Associate members of The AIA, and student members of AIAS in good standing.  Professional Affiliate or Allied members are not eligible.

CASH AWARDS

First Place Award             $500

Second Place Award       $400

Third Place Award            $300

Fuller Award                      $200 (American Architecture Subject)

Entry fee of AIA members (AIA & Assoc. AIA) is $30 for five images.

Entry fee for AIAS members is $15 for five images.

Entry fee for non-member registered architects is $60 for five images

Entries must be postmarked no later than April 1, 2014 and must include:

a.   Completed & legible entry form.

b     Entry fee (check or money order) payable to AIA St. Louis.

c.    Images on CD ROM (Please note:  35mm slides will no longer be accepted).

To read the guidelines and to obtain an entry form, visit www.aia-stlouis.org; click on Features; click on Photo Contest or call 314-621-3484

2013 Design Awards

2013 AIA East Bay Design Awards
Click here for project images.

Honor Award

Physical Sciences & Engineering Center, Foothills Community College
Los Altos Hills, CA
Architect: Ratcliff
Photographer: David Wakely Photography

Merit Awards

Los Gatos Library, Los Gatos, CA
Architect: Noll & Tam Architects
Photographer: David Wakely Photography

Ashland Youth Center, San Leandro, CA
Architect: RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture, Inc.
Photographer: Mark Singer Photography

Berkeley Bowl West, Berkeley, CA
Architect: Kava Massih Architects
Photographer: Ethan Kaplan

 

Citations

Media & Learning Center De Anza Community College
Cupertino, CA
Architect: Ratcliff
Photographer: David Wakely Photography; Skyhawk Photography

Lipson Residence, Berkeley, CA
Architect: Regan Bice Architects
Photographer: Regan Bice Architects

Montana Cookhouse, Clyde Park, MT
Architect: Fernau & Hartman Architects
Photographer: Richard Barnes Photography

Temple Sinai, Oakland, CA
Architect: Mark Horton Architecture & Michael Harris Architecture
Photographer: Ethan Kaplan

The Freight and Salvage, Berkeley, CA
Architect: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects
Photographer: Billy Hustace Photography

Carmel Middle School Green Classroom
Carmel, CA
Architect: Arkin Tilt Architects
Photographer: Eric Wolfinger

BorderTown, Oakland, CA
Architect: Baran Studio Architecture
Photographer: Scott Hargis

Mojave Rivers District Ranger Station, Acton, CA
Architect: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects
Photographer: John Edward Linden Photography

Laney College Athletic Fields and Field House, Oakland, CA
Architect: Gould Evans
Photographer: Matthew Millman

SE Division Street Housing, Portland, OR
Architect: Kava Massih Architects
Photographer: Stephen Miller Photography

2013 Jury: Robert Harris, FAIA (Lake Flato Architects); Marsha Maytum, FAIA (Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects); Mark Jensen, AIA (Jensen Architects)

HEINSER-04Marsha Maytum, FAIA, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, has focused her career on community, cultural, and socially-conscious projects that promote sustainable design. Her education in the 1970s at the University of Oregon and Royal Academy in Denmark was founded upon responsible environmental design. Her work has included the creation of new buildings, rehabilitation of historic buildings, and adaptive reuse of existing structures.

rharris_fnBob Harris, FAIA, LEED Fellow, Lake Flato Architects has established expertise in combining award winning design and sustainable practice in buildings that respect nature, enhance place, and exhibit the craft of construction. He has more than 20 years of project experience with a focus on environmental issues ranging from land preservation advocacy to sustainable urban design.

Mark Jensen lrMark Jensen, AIA As the founder of Jensen Architects, Mark Jensen cultivated his view of the art and science of architecture into an award-winning design practice that celebrates inquisitiveness, craftsmanship, and partnership. These values came naturally to Mark, who grew up among artisans and designers, and deepened through his academic and early experience in the United States and Italy. Mark’s work is noted for bridging culture and construction: His recent notable projects include SFMOMA’s sculpture garden, offices for Goodby Silverstein and Partners and IDEO, graduate studios for CCA, and SHED, a modern grange in Healdsburg.


Eligibility
  • Projects must be designed and submitted by an architect.
  • Projects must have been completed after January 1, 2006.
  • AIA East Bay members may submit projects from all-over.
  • Non-member architects may submit projects located in the chapter’s four counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa and Solano.
  • Projects that have won earlier design awards, other than previous AIA East Bay design award winners, or that have been previously published remain eligible.

Project Types

Projects of all types will be viewed, including, but not limited to:

  • Commercial, office, and mixed-use
  • Industrial, laboratories, and hospitals
  • Transportation and parking structures
  • Places of worship
  • Libraries, schools, and other institutions
  • Historic preservation, adaptive reuse, renovation and restoration
  • Single & multi-residential, dormitories, affordable & temporary housing

Sponsors
AIA East Bay thanks the following sponsors for their support of  design excellence and the architectural community.

American Soil & Stone
Associated Building Supply
BehrPro
Degenkolb
Dealey Renton & Associates
Ideate, Inc
Jeld-Wen Windows & Doors
Jetton Construction
Lutron
Pacific Coast Building Products

Interested in Sponsorship? Please call Sidney Sweeney at 510/464-3600.

Call for Entries: Berkeley Design Advocates Awards

Berkeley Design Advocates is pleased to announce its 10th Biennial Design Awards Program for acknowledgement of excellence in urban planning and architecture, innovative and creative design solutions, and preservation of historic strictures and places. BDA is a membership organization of architects, landscape architects, planners, builders and design professionals established in 1973 to promote excellence in the built environment of Berkeley.

The BDA Design Awards Committee and jury will nominate candidate projects, and will also consider applications submitted from design professionals, owners, and builders for building projects, renovation and restoration works, and urban design plans completed within the period from October 1, 2010 to December 31, 2012. Projects that exemplify the best in architecture, landscape architecture, preservation and planning will be selected by the jury.

To submit a project to be considered for an award, please send your project information with an application fee of $50 (Fifty Dollars), including up to six jpg format digital images no later than January 31, 2013, to Berkeley Design Advocates, P.O. Box 7233, Berkeley, CA 94707, or to berkeleydesignadvocates@yahoo.com, in MS Word format for text. (The application fee provides a year’s membership to BDA.   BDA Members will receive a membership renewal for 2013.) Click here for the application form.

Award recipients will be notified by March 7, 2013.  The Awards ceremony will be held on Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 6:30-8PM in Berkeley at a venue to be determined.

ExRes 2012

AIA East  Bay announces its 2012 Design Awards, which focuses solely on residential projects in the nine Bay Area counties. We are pleased to present the 2012 Jury: John Carney, FAIA; Mary Griffin, FAIA; and Peter Pfau, FAIA.

Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards is a unique design awards program. It was established to recognize the best in the Bay Area housing design. ExRes 2012 emphasizes the important impact excellent design has on everyday living.

Eligibility
Residential projects located in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma Counties.  Projects must have been completed since September 1, 2005.

Applicant need not be a registered architect nor an AIA member, but must be responsible for the design of the project. All significant contributors to the design of the project must be given credit as part of the submission.

Awards Reception and Presentation:
6:00pm, Friday, July 13, 2012
AIA East Bay
1405 Clay Street
Oakland, CA 94612

$20 AIA East Bay Members/$30 Non-members
Includes a dinner reception, presentation by the jury of their own work, and the awards announcement.
Click here for tickets.

Please note: winning projects will not be announced prior to the Awards Presentation. We strongly encourage all entrants to attend the Awards Reception and Presentation.

2012 Jury

John Carney FAIA

John Carney, FAIA
Carney Logan Burke Architects
Jackson, WY

John Carney, FAIA is committed to expanding the design vocabulary of the mountain west while remaining grounded in tradition and local context. His reinterpretation of vernacular architecture synthesizes modernist and classical principles within a regional aesthetic. The firm’s range of projects includes private residences the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts Theatre and Music Pavilion, and the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve in Grand Teton National Park.

 

Mary Griffin FAIAMary Griffin, FAIA
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects
San Francisco, CA

Mary Griffin is owner and principal of the award-winning firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects in San Francisco. Principal since 1986, she has served as juror for numerous architectural design competitions, including the AIA National Institute Honor Awards for Architecture, the AIA Honor Awards, the AIA LA Design Awards, and the Sunset Western Home Awards. Her firm’s work focuses on site-specific residential and small-scale institutional architecture, and has won over sixty awards, most consistently over the last two decades.

Peter Pfau FAIAPeter Pfau, FAIA
Pfau Long Architecture
San Francisco, CA

Peter W. Pfau, FAIA is a modernist who balances conceptual rigor with a love for building.  Peter established a passion for design and construction through training in the fine arts and working as a woodworker, carpenter and contractor.  Pfau Long Architecture award-winning projects including single family and multi-unit housing, educational facilities, exposition and museum spaces, and places of worship.  Evident in the firm’s work is an underlying commitment to thoughtful design, environmental stewardship, building craft and details, and an appeal to the emotional and experiential encounter of the user.

Sponsors
AIA East Bay thanks the following sponsors for their support of ExRes, design excellence and the architectural community.

Aerotek
American Soil & Stone
Associated Building Supply
Degenkolb
Dealey Renton & Associates
Ideate, Inc
IOA Insurance
Jeld-Wen Windows & Doors
Lutron
Pacific Coast Building Products

Tour: East Bay Center for the Performing Arts

Saturday, April 21
10-11am
$5 AIA members; $10 non-members. Please register in advance as there is a space limit.

East Bay Center for the Performing Arts
Architect: Mark Cavagnero Associates
Photographer: Tim Griffith

Recipient of an  Honor Award in the 2011 AIA East Bay Design Awards

Located in a neighborhood known as the Iron Triangle, the historically-significant Winters Building is a former 1920’s dance hall and has been transformed into a new urban center for music and dance. The East Bay Center for the Performing Arts is a nationally-recognized training and production center, dedicated to the underserved youth of the community.

The project includes a complete new structure and build out of systems within the historic shell. At the exterior, a new glass storefront wraps the first floor façade with large, rhythmically-arranged openings intended to express the interior vitality of the center, while at the same time complementing the historic exterior façade of the upper stories. Designed for maximum flexibility for educational, performance, and administrative needs, the program includes classroom/performance spaces; a 200-seat auditorium with raked seating and a flat floor venue with flexible platform seating; and classrooms, practice studios, and offices.

Client statement: The primary objectives of the renovation project are grounded in East Bay Center’s core values of affecting endemic local violence, improving the scholastic performance of our youth, increasing their self-esteem, and nurturing parental, family and civic involvement in their education. As part of the City of Richmond’s urban redevelopment effort, the renovated facility will serve as leverage for $200 million of redevelopment projects in the chronically depressed downtown area of the city and at the same time benefit the larger community of Contra Costa County and the East Bay region.

Jury Comments: Gutsy. This could have been so easily messed up. This shows a tour-de-force ability to take on the circumstances and have such an elegant result. We applaud the architect for the building’s grace. Like how it harkens back to the tough, industrial local shipbuilding history.

Click here to register.

Partners in Preservation Awards

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:
2012 PARTNERS IN PRESERVATION AWARDS 

About the Award: 

Each year, the Oakland Heritage Alliance honors individuals, organizations, agencies, institutions, projects and programs demonstrating a commitment to excellence in historic preservation. In doing so, they hope to inspire others to take action to preserve, protect, and promote Oakland’s historic and cultural resources.

To Apply: 

Submit the application form, along with required materials and application fee to:  Oakland Heritage Alliance, PIP 2012, 446 Seventeenth Street, Suite 301, Oakland, CA 94612.

Important Dates:

April 1, 2012 – Nomination Deadline
May 2012 – Awards will be announced following jury review
June 14, 2012 – 2012 Partners in Preservation Awards Ceremony


2011 Partners In Preservation Awards

Photographs from the May 12, 2011 event, along with a slide presentation and winner project descriptions, are available:

2011 PIP Ceremony Photo Album

2011 PIP Awards Presentation Slides

2011 PIP Awards Project Descriptions


Past Awards

If you were unable to attend the last three Partners in Preservation ceremonies, you can still view the award winning projects by following the links below.

2010 PIP Winners

2009 PIP Winners

2008 PIP Winners

2011 Design Awards

 

 

AIA East Bay 2011 Design Award Winners
For special issue of ArchNews featuring the 2011 Design Awards click here.

 

 

ArchNews: the monthly newsletter of AIA East Bay, highlighting members, projects and firms. Regular columns include Codes (by Steven R Winkel, FAIA and Kerwin Lee, AIA); Green (by Judhajit Chakraborty, Assoc. AIA); and CoolTechStuff (by Larry Mortimer, AIA). Click here to sign up for free.

Editorial contributions and letters to the editor are welcome. All material submitted for publication must be in electronic form via e-mail.  The deadline for materials is the 15th of each month.

2012 Issue Archive

March 2012
February 2012
January 2012

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ArchNews Committee/Editors
Harry Jacobs, AIA, Chair
Laile Giansetto, AIA
Larry Mortimer, AIA
Sidney Sweeney

Contributing Writers
Judhajit Chakraborty, Assoc. AIA
Kerwin Lee, AIA
Neal Pann, AIA
Steven Winkel, FAIA
Contact us if you would like to be a contributing writer or on the editorial committee!

2012 Issue Archive

March 2012
February 2012
January 2012