Architects prioritize design as a school security solution
How well can anyone plan for the chaos and violence of a school shooting? Architects are positioning themselves as experts in the national conversation.
AIA Conference on Architecture 2018
AIA Public Awareness Campaign 2018: Blueprint for Better
Learn more about how we’re getting the word out about the powerful social impact of architects and how you can become involved
Career and the profession
Three new leaders elected at AIA Conference on Architecture 2018
The 2020 President-elect, the 2019-2020 Secretary, and an At-large Director were elected in New York City.
How to combat harassment in the architecture profession
Human resources expert Shirley Davis spoke at A'18 about how architects can foster inclusive workplaces where employees can thrive personally and professionally.
Protecting vulnerable populations in the face of climate change
Climate change will have the biggest impact on those who are already the most vulnerable. At A’18, architects debated what they can do about it.
How to marry design thinking and public input for resilient infrastructure
Architects at A’18 prioritize innovation and community involvement for the resilient infrastructure projects of tomorrow.
Why do public space and quality of life go hand in hand?
At the A’18 workshop “Sharing the City,” architects, designers, and public officials gathered to discuss public space and gain practical knowledge to make communities more functional and enjoyable.
Sheela Søgaard speaks to A’18 on the business of architecture
The CEO of Bjarke Ingels Group turned her Day 2 keynote at Radio City Music Hall into a 30-minute masterclass on the firm’s business model and growth strategies.
2018 Small Project Awards
The Small Project Practitioners present the 2018 Small Project Awards, recognizing small project practitioners for the high quality of their work and to promote excellence in small project design.
Career and the profession
Sir David Adjaye revisits his finest designs at A’18
In his Day 1 keynote at Radio City Music Hall, the influential architect discussed prominent projects from a storied career.
Where we stand: Buildings are infrastructure
Whether we live in big cities or small towns, Americans have the right to quality schools, hospitals and libraries—all the infrastructure that shelter, protect and uplift our communities.
Where we stand: Professional licensure
AIA strongly opposes any efforts to reduce or remove requirements for the professional licensing of architects.
For small firms, tax reform brings advocacy wins with undefined benefits
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will allow small architecture firms to be taxed at lower individual rates—but for some, that’s not the whole picture.
Resources for members to identify and respond to sexual harassment in the workplace.
The Safety Assessment Program
The Safety Assessment Program training provides built environment professionals with the knowledge to evaluate buildings after a disastrous event.
Where we stand
We stand for a just and equitable profession. Now more than ever, the collective voice of architects is essential for designing a better future for our world.Find out how
ABI April 2018: Healthy growth in billings continues
A positive score in April extended the string to seven straight months that US architecture firms have reported gains in design billings.
The value of partnering technologists and designers
How a culture of collaboration between design and technology teams maximizes software and hardware results.
AIA Compensation Report
The AIA Compensation Report offers salary data and analysis for a comprehensive variety of architecture firm positions.