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30.6.14

AIA UK Summer Gala 2014

AIA UK  holds their annual summer gala on 22 July - AIA UK Summer Gala 2014.

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New members

AIA Europe is pleased to welcome new members Nicholas Gilliland, AIACarsten Hanssen, Int’l Assoc.; and Carrie Wilbert, Assoc. AIA of France (Allez les Bleus!) plus Amro Sallam, AIA, Switzerland.

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AIA UK Bicycle Tour

Will you be in the United Kingdom on the 4th of July? Consider adding the 05 July - AIA UK Bicycle Tour to your itinerary. The tour will be led by Architect and Architecture Historian Benedict O' Looney, one of the guides from London | A tale of two cities, the recent joint AIA UK & AIA Europe conference.

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30.5.14

Associate: New Graduate | The American Institute of Architects

The Associate: New Graduate page at aia.org reflects the new eligibility for associate members who qualify for the new graduate incentive program. The new graduate incentive program offers free membership for up to 18 months and free convention registration.

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New members

AIA Europe is pleased to welcome new members Elliott L. Barnes, AIA  and Elénore Levieux, Prof. Aff. of France; Claude Bebié, Assoc. AIA, Switzerland; Joaquín Fernández, Int’l Assoc. AIA, Spain;  Petr Franta, Prof. Aff. and Jaro Safer, Prof. Aff. of the Czech Republic; Carl Giegold, FAIA and Kenzo Nakakoji, Assoc. AIA of the United States.

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18.5.14

The tale from one city — 2014

Via Sergio Accatino, images from London.

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Call for Candidates: 2015 Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship

The Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship (RMHF) is an intensive six-month program that carries a $25,000 award for registered architects to pursue research related to contemporary challenges in historic preservation and urban design.


The American Architectural Foundation (AAF) and the French Heritage Society (FHS) established the Hunt Fellowship in 1990, and it continues to foster and support cross-cultural professional exchange between France and the United States. U.S. design professionals study in France and French design professionals study in the U.S. during alternating years. 

Architect Laurent Duport is the twenty-fifth recipient of the Fellowship, who will research the evolution of architectural styles on American campuses from the late 18th century through the present, paying special attention to those campuses design by Frederick Law Olmsted (1822–1903). In so doing, he hopes to provide insight to university leaders pursuing expansion and sustainability initiatives within the context of a historic campus. 

In addition to the Fellowship, AAF and FHS have awarded Axelle Macardier a scholarship to support one-month of study on the preservation of 19th-century buildings in major U.S. cities near train stations.

The 2015 Call for Candidates (from the US) is now open.

 

Image collection from London 2014

Member Daniel Ilkov, Assoc. AIA from Bulgaria, shares a collection of images from London | A tale of two cities.

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Lighting Giants in Pula

Skira, a presenter in Düsseldorf (on behalf of former AIA Europe sponsor Lutron), shared Lighting Giants in Pula in their recent newsletter. More on this in the Huffington Post (via Anna Hartnack).

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5.5.14

London | A tale of two cities image set

Richard Anderson shares a small collection of photos from London.

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Flickr: Bard Rama's Photostream

AIA Europe member Bard Rama shares images from London —via Flickr: Bard Rama's Photostream.

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4.5.14

SAH in Paris — Modernist Masterworks

Join the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) on 11-12 July in Paris for a unique visit to the Maison de Verre, the Villa Savoye, and the Maison Louis Carré. The visits are part fundraising the SAH Archipedia, meaning part of the not-insubstantial registration fee is tax-deductible. Space is limited to 25 people. Read more at SAH in Paris - Modernist Masterworks.

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3.5.14

Enhancing Education through Architecture | Barcelona

The AIA Committee on Architecture for Education created a Flipboard for their recent 2014 conference in Barcelona. —via Twitter

 

27.4.14

London 2014 event album

Toby Cisneros has generously shared images from the joint AIA UK  & AIA Europe spring 2014 conference London | A tale of two cities. See the full album of images.

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