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AIA Japan 2.0

AIA Japan on Twitter: "Check out AIA Japan 2.0! A big arigato to member James Lambiasi for helping refresh and relaunch our homepage." >



Lecture by Juhani Pallasmaa | AIA Hong Kong

Juhani Pallasmaa spoke at the AIA Europe 2005 conference in Helsinki. This is what the International Region brings >  HKU Architectural Department: Public Lecture by Juhani Pallasmaa | AIA Hong Kong



2015 AIA Europe president in Hong Kong

Greetings from Hong Kong: Bertrand Coldefy had a luncheon meeting last Tuesday at the American Club, hosted by AIA Hong Kong chapter with Christine Bruckner, Sujata Govada, Vice-President AIA Hong Kong, and William Lim, FAIA, CL3 Architects Ltd.


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New members

AIA Europe is pleased to welcome new members Wiel Arets, Assoc. AIA, Netherlands; Stefanie Ashton, Assoc. AIA and Madeleine Fava, AIA of France; Elan Fessler, AIA, Czech Republic; Christina Klages, Int’l Assoc. AIA, Germany; Olga Kondratska, Int’l Assoc. AIA, Ukraine; Frederick Ortner, AIA, Switzerland; Linda Zhang, Assoc. AIA, Canada; first-time members with complimenting registrations for the Paris conference include Kyle Brooks, Prof. Aff.Susan Chin, FAIA, and Paul Murdoch, AIA, United States.




AIA Europe - YouTube

As shown during the (fantastic!) Laufen reception on 24 October, Robert Ivy FAIA addresses AIA Europe during their 20th year > AIA Europe - YouTube

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Planning for Climate Change

On 4 December 2014 in London at the University of London and 12 March 2015 in Dublin at Dublin Chamber of Commerce are two Conferences entitled "Planning for Climate Change".  The key focus of both days is to debate and discuss the issues that face communities when it comes to adapting to climate change and addressing the problems and opportunities that climate change brings.

Details of the events can be found on the  following Social Media Feeds – Facebook and Twitter and Google+.
The register as a delegate, speaker, submit a paper, or take a display space, please e-mail.

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Musings on AIA in Europe

Don't miss this thoughtful of the 2014 Paris conference by Rick Bell, FAIA, AIANY Executive Director > Musings on AIA in Europe | e-Oculus - AIA New York Chapter and the Center for Architecture

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AIAU is a learning center for architects

A place for architects to learn and earn continuing education credits: AIAU > Learn more



Think Asia, Think Hong Kong — YouTube

AIA Europe's own Thomas Coldefy, Int'l Assoc. AIA appears in this video advertisement for Hong Kong > Think Asia, Think Hong Kong - YouTube




Re: AIA Europe conference in Paris

Attendees speak!

Thanks for the gracious hospitality extended during the 20th anniversary celebration of AIA Continental Europe — excellent presentations, spectacular tours, and warm fellowship combined to make a memorable experience.
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The Chicago Athenaeum — emerging architects and designers

Tolila+Gilliland Atelier d’Architecture, a partnership including chapter member Nicholas Gilliland AIA, has been named by The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, among the 40 emerging architects under 40 (“EUROPE 40 UNDER 40”) who “will influence the near future of European architectural design, thinking, and theory with the direct consequence of impacting future environments and future European and international cities.”

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Paris event photos

via Sergio Accatino — a set posted to the AIA Europe account on Flickr.

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AIA International newsletter

Read the fall newsletter issued by the International region of the Institute — arriving just in time for AIA Europe to miss the chance to acknowledge the late reminder of the recent past. Stay connected to the region: read it now!



Anniversary message from IR president Bruckner

Via e-mail, AIA International President Christine Bruckner, FAIA sends this message to AIA Continental Europe members and friends on the occasion of 20 years. 
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