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11.3.15

Interarch 2015 | International Academy of Architecture

The International Academy of Architecture, the Union of Architects in Bulgaria, and the University of Architecture, Construction and Geodesy in Sofia present Interarch 2015 | Values in Architecture. From 17-20 May 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria, this triennial event operates under the auspices of UNESCO. —via Ahmet Alp AIA

 

10.3.15

2015 International Region Conference In Kyoto

The first AIA International Conference and Regional General Meeting takes place from 11-14 September 2015 in Kyoto, Japan. All regional members are encouraged to attend but space is limited; pre-registration only is available at this time via kyoto2015@aiainternational.org.

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6.3.15

2017 Institute President

Thomas Vonier FAIA of AIA Continental Europe is one of three candidates for 2017 AIA President shared their thoughts on the importance of the Institute and its contributions to the practice of architecture at the 2015 Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C.

 

2.3.15

Danish National Maritime Museum | Cultural | Architect Magazine

Four projects outside of the United States were included in the announced 2015 AIA Honor awards, including the Danish National Maritime Museum by BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group.

 

14.2.15

Giving Airbnb a Run for Its Money - NYTimes.com

One way around any difficulty with hotel availability and pricing for Milan |  Food, architecture, and design might be Airbnb…but that's not all: Giving Airbnb a Run for Its Money - NYTimes.com

 

6.2.15

2015 Honorary FAIA Announcement

AIA Continental Europe is pleased to welcome 2015 Honorary Fellows Fuensanta Nieto, Hon. FAIA
of and Enrique Sobejano, Hon. FAIA of Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos S.L.P. Read the 2015 Honorary FAIA Announcement.

 

2015 FAIA Announcement

AIA Continental Europe chapter members Yael S. Kinsky, FAIA and Thomas E. Bitnar, FAIA have been elevated to the College of Fellows. The investiture ceremony honors new fellows at the 2015 Convention in Atlanta. Read the 2015 FAIA Announcement.

 

3.2.15

Under the Elevated in French Style | Design Trust for Public Space

Paris | The anticipated urban thaw attendee Susan Chin writes about her pre-conference experience in Under the Elevated in French Style, on how the French treat underused spaces below the Metro.

 

24.1.15

New members

AIA Europe is pleased to welcome new members Emam Behrooz, AIA of Luxembourg; Jacklyn Liang, AIA of the Netherlands; Joan Malloy, AIA of Italy; Anne Wagner, AIA of Switzerland; plus David Glen Callins, Prof. Aff., Helene Combs Dreiling, FAIA, and Francie Fetzer, AIA of the United States.

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22.1.15

Member announces new website

AIA Europe member Murat Soygenis AIA, RIBA of Turkey has a new official website. It can be visited at muratsoygenis.net.

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15.1.15

Artist Residency Opportunities in Austria 2016

ORTE Architekturnetzwerk Niederösterreich offers a studio apartment in Krems as well as a scholarship

financed by the Federal Province of Lower Austria to architects, space planners, landscape designers, designers, theoreticians, curators, and artists focusing their work on architecture.

The application deadline for 2016 is 30 May 2015. For information about the program and the application process, please visit the ORTE Architekturnetzwerk Niederösterreich website.

 

13.1.15

AIA International newsletter

From the International region, the new region of the American Institute of Architects, the Winter 2014 newsletter (PDF).

 

10.1.15

What to Do in Milan

Need more than the AIA Europe program for going to Milan in May? Then check out the NY Times What to Do in Milan.

 

9.1.15

#ilookup

Look Up,” the first phase of the AIA’s public newest awareness campaign.

For sharing with friends, family, and colleagues — follow #ilookup across AIA social channels on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Help people and communities everywhere better understand what we do and why our contributions to society matter. —Robert Ivy, FAIA, Chief Executive Officer, The American Institute of Architects
See the video and learn more at ilookup.org

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