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AIA New Jersey Central Section’s Architect’s Housing: Serving the Community for 38 Years

May 15, 2018

Architect’s Housing: Serving the Community for 38 Years by John Clarke, FAIA Early in 1974, John Zvosec, AIA, a principal in the Princeton firm of Mahony & Zvosec, had seen a report about a New York state chapter of the AIA that had sponsored the design and construction of a highly successful senior citizen project Read More

AIA New Jersey Member Firm HDR’s Model Shop Has Global Impact

May 4, 2018

HDR’s Princeton Model Shop Makes Impact on Building Designs Around the World   by Amy LaMar We have all seen the models that architecture firms produce and display in their offices. But have you ever thought about what actually goes into making these models and who is behind the work? The work has gone from Read More

AIA CENTRAL NEW JERSEY PRESENTS THE PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 2026 CAMPUS PLAN

April 13, 2018

AIA CENTRAL NEW JERSEY invites you to the PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 2026 CAMPUS PLAN PRESENTATION April 24th, 5:30 – 8:30 PM Lewis Arts Complex, 122 Alexander Street, Princeton, NJ 08544 Pre-Program Dinner Reception: 5:30 PM at Cargot Brasserie, adjacent to the Arts Complex Princeton Campus Plan Presentation: 7:00 PM in the Lewis Arts Complex Wallace Theater Cost: AIA-CNJ Members Read More

Meet Megan Pritts, Associate AIA, our new Regional Associate Director

February 6, 2018

  AIA NJ welcomes Megan Pritts, Associate AIA, as the new Regional Associate Director for New Jersey. Megan has previously won a service award for AIA NJ 2016 Intern Architect of the Year and worked side-by-side with Regional Representative, Bruce D. Turner, AIA, to arrange and orchestrate our state and regional congressional visits in 2017.  Read More

My Favorite Place – The Hidden Garden

May 4, 2016

The following article was featured as a Letter to the Editor in the Time of Trenton and can be found online at NJ.com Written as part of the My Favorite Places Series:   National Architecture Week is being celebrated April 10 – 16. The week is designed to increase the public’s attention of architecture’s role Read More

2015 Traditional Building Conference

July 1, 2015

Materials and Methods Princeton – July 21-22, 2015 At the historic Nassau Inn across the street from the Princeton University Campus. This conference will make full use of the walkable nature and proximity of Princeton’s village center and Princeton University’s campus. Most sessions will take place at the historic Nassau Inn with some sessions on Read More

Philadelphia-based architectural firm recognized for work on Brown Hall

June 3, 2015

Atkin Olshin Schade Architects Receive AIA-NJ Design Award For Design of Renovations to Princeton University Student Housing Facility AIA-NJ has recognized Philadelphia, P.A.–based architectural firm Atkin Olshin Schade Architects with a merit award in the built open category in recognition of its design work on David B. Brown Hall at Princeton University. Located in the Read More

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