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Architects League of Northern New Jersey Hosts 2012 Group Exhibit in Ridgewood, N.J. Open to Public; Opening Reception To Be Held on July 12

July 6, 2012

The Architects League of Northern New Jersey, a local section of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ), has announced that the organization will be hosting its second Annual Group Exhibit from July 9 to 27, during which Architects League members will display original art and architectural work. The exhibit will Read More

AIA-NJ Celebrates Architecture Week With Display at NJ State House

April 7, 2010

“Design Matters” is the theme of National Architecture Week, which runs from April 12th to 16th. One of the ways AIA-NJ is celebrating is with an architectural display at the NJ State House. The display of architectural projects prepared by a number of AIA-NJ architecture firms will be featured in the State House outside of Read More

President's Corner

April 6, 2010

Dear Members, We have had a busy first quarter here at AIA-NJ. In these last 3 months we visited Washington DC and met with your representatives to press an agenda important to the health and financial well being of our members, developed a focused educational series for our members, worked with USGBC-NJ to deliver sustainability Read More

Important Changes You Should Know About the IDP and the ARE

April 6, 2010

by Joyce M. Scatuccio, Associate AIA IDP Coordinator AIA NJ The Intern Development Program (IDP) was introduced to the Architecture community in 1976. The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) implemented the newly formed IDP to provide a uniformed system for documentation and specified training requirements for all interns. Through the next 34 years Read More

ZONING RIDICULOUSNESS & APAC (Perfect Together)

April 6, 2010

By Jerome Leslie Eben, AIA, PP AIA-NJ Mega Issue Champion In 2010, AIANJ will be making a concerted effort on our four Mega Issues. One of the four is what we are calling Zoning Ridiculousness, which our President, Jason Kliwinski, has charged me to champion. In doing so, I am looking for a few good Read More

Message From AIA-NJ Regional Director

April 6, 2010

David DelVecchio, AIA, LEEDap AIA-NJ Regional Director Joint AIA-USGBC Task Force Issues a Letter to their respective Boards I have been asked to share with you the good news on the work of the Joint AIA-USGBC Task Force. The co-chairs of the AIA-USGBC task force, (Gail Vittori, Immediate Past Board Chair, USGBC and Clark Manus, Read More

Philip S. Kennedy-Grant Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

April 5, 2010

The 2010 AIA Jury of Fellows elevated 134 AIA members to its prestigious College of Fellows to be honored at an investiture ceremony in Miami on Friday, June 11 during the 2010 AIA National Convention. AIA New Jersey member and Bernardsville based architect Philip S. Kennedy-Grant, FAIA, will be among those elevated. The Fellowship program Read More

High School Students Propose New Athletic Facility for Old Vineland Speedway Site

April 5, 2010

Architecture, Construction and Engineering Mentor Program Introduces Students to Design Careers in Cumberland County. Students from six area high schools have proposed a new athletic facility for the former Vineland Speedway site as part of a unique mentoring program they have been participating in since September. The student plan calls for a new athletic complex Read More

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON RESTORATION OF MODERN ARCHITECT LOUIS KAHN’S HISTORIC BATH HOUSE

April 5, 2010

Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects is restoring the Trenton Bath House and Day Camp, a seminal mid-century modern landmark. The Princeton, NJ-based architecture firm Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects, LLC (FMG) announces that construction has started for the restoration of Louis I. Kahn’s Trenton Bath House and Day Camp. These landmark buildings, designed by the renowned Modernist Read More

Garden Street Lofts Certified LEED Gold Status – NJ's First Gold

April 5, 2010

Garden Street Lofts, Hoboken’s first and only LEED residences, were awarded Gold certification by the U. S. Green Buildings Council, making it New Jersey’s only LEED-certified condo residences at that level. The 30-unit building, which opened just over one year ago in January 2009 is nearly 80% sold despite continued challenges in the market.

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