AIA New Jersey Elects the Slate of Officers for 2012

September 28, 2011

AIA New Jersey held its Board of Trustees meeting on September 21st at Bally’s Hotel and Casino to kick off the tri-States Conference. At this meeting AIA New Jersey voted in the slate of Officers for the 2012 calendar year. Laurence E Parisi AIA will be President, Jack Purvis AIA will be President Elect, Kimberly Read More

Architectural Intern or Architectural Designer: What’s the Difference?

September 27, 2011

By David Del Vecchio, AIA, Chair, AIA/NJ Legislative & Government Affairs Committee A recent discussion on LinkedIn asked whether anyone claiming twelve years of experience working in the field of architecture can call themselves “architectural designer”. I gave this subject much thought, and while I sympathize with graduates pursuing their licenses (or not, for whatever Read More

AIA New Jersey Guidebook Published

September 27, 2011

AIA New Jersey is proud to announce the publishing of the AIA-NJ 150 Best Buildings and Places as a book.  During the celebrations of AIA’s 150th Anniversary, AIA New Jersey members nominated buildings, places, and structures from around the state to make the official top 150 listing.  That list, released in 2007, has now been Read More

CLEANTECH NJ 2011: The Business of Clean Technology: Registration Discount

September 26, 2011

Members of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects are eligible to receive an exclusive discounted $35.00 rate for “CLEANTECH NJ 2011: The Business of Clean Technology,” a business and investor-focused conference/networking event on October 25 at the Woodbridge Hilton in Iselin, NJ. Enter code: AIANJ when registering at to receive Read More

Tri-States: 3D Conference

September 22, 2011

Tri-States in Atlantic City is in full swing.  The event, a first ever collarboration between AIA New Jersey, AIA New York, and AIA Pennsylvania started yesterday afternoon. Mickey Jacob, FAIA, AIA Vice President, welcomed attendees to the three day event.  ” We elevate the way we promote architecture and design in our communities,” he told Read More


September 8, 2011

By Jerome Leslie Eben, AIA AIA NJ Regional Director ’11-‘13 During the last quarter of the year the six (6) Sections of AIANJ as well as the Chapter itself start to think about formulating their budgets for the coming year.  It is that reason why I am writing this article, for this issue. I would Read More

LEED AP+ Enrollment

September 6, 2011

Verity Frizzell, AIA, LEED AP – 2011 AIA-NJ COTE Chair Many AIA NJ members took advantage of the LEED Study Groups offered by AIA NJ the past couple of years, and successfully became LEED Accredited Professionals. For those of you who became LEED APs before the exam format changed in June 2009, you have been given Read More

Security by Design; An Architect's View on the 10th Anniversary of 9/11

September 6, 2011

By Clark Manus, FAIA We’re rapidly closing in on the 10th anniversary of one of the most terrible days in our nation’s history. The attacks on New York’s World Trade Center and the Pentagon erased what turned out to be a false sense of security. We woke up on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Read More



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