In an effort to advance the idea of evidence-based leadership, the AIACC created this infographic for members, and for the public, to obtain a better understanding of what the profession […]

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  • YAF Connection


    If you haven’t checked out the current issue of YAF’s “Connection,” then we highly recommend it—particularly the interview with Alvin Huang, AIA. Shuant Yemenjian, AIA talks with Huang about technology, […]

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  • 2017 Election Results


    Ballots have been tallied, official notifications delivered, and now it’s time to announce the results of the 2017 AIACC Elected Officers: 1ST VICE PRESIDENT/PRESIDENT-ELECT Britt Lindberg, AIA, LEED AP Bio […]

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  • Now Next Future Wrap-Up


    From the exploration of kinetic architecture, to the integration of science and building, the 2016 Now Next Future Conference held Oct. 28, was a packed one-day bevy of cutting-edge information […]

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  • Now Available: The Sea Ranch Songs

    Sea Ranch Songs

    As you may know, The Sea Ranch celebrated its 50th birthday this past year (the celebration went from May 2014 to May 2015). As part of the celebration, they commissioned the Kronos […]

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  • Record on The Road


    View this email in your browser, Click Here Hear from leading architects while earning CEUs PANELISTS: Thom Mayne, FAIA Design Director, Morphosis Hsinming Fung, FAIA Principal, Hodgetts + Fung Michael […]

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  • AIACC 2017 Candidates for Office


    Pursuant to the Rules of the Board, the following members have been nominated for 2017 AIACC and AIA offices. Candidate biographies and statements of philosophy are located below. The elections […]

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  • Sometimes You Win; Sometimes…


    For the past 18 months, Senate Bill 1132, the bill that would allow those working on their architecture license to use the interim title “Architect-in-Training,” was at the forefront and […]

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