Unclouded Vision - EP Exhibit

Unclouded Vision, a selection in the 2016 Emerging Professionals Exhibit, re-imagines a stretch of the Portland's Interstate 405 and offers solutions for the homeless population of a fragmented urban area.

The American Institute of Architects Center for Emerging Professionals sponsors an annual exhibit of architectural work, design, and art from the rising generation of architecture and design professionals. The exhibit is showcased on AIA.org and in an in-person exhibit at AIA National HQ in Washington, DC.

Have you created an incredible design project? Taken a beautiful photo? Mastered the art of modeling? We want to showcase your work!

The theme of this year’s exhibition is Citizen Design. All entries must align with the theme in some way. Examples include (but are not limited to) designs and artwork highlighting social impact design and resilient communities. Utilize the "project information" section on the application to explain your project and how your creative work relates to the theme. We highly encourage submitters to develop new artwork or designs that align with the theme.

The EP Exhibit is open to any architecture student, recent graduate, or architect licensed fewer than 10 years. Submissions from AIA and AIAS members receive priority for display, but the exhibit strives to be inclusive of all emerging professionals in architecture and design.

Personal projects or work in a firm, class, studio, or design competition are eligible.

Image credits

Unclouded Vision - EP Exhibit

Bryan Hollar, Chet Morgan, Nate Wood, Joe Baldwin