June 18, 2018
AIA New Jersey’s “Historical Toilet Expert” Responds to the Pittsburgh Potty Mystery with Logic and Professional Experience AIA New Jersey and Architects League of Northern New Jersey member William J. Martin, AIA, was interviewed by Fox News regarding the possible origins of the famous Pittsburgh Potty. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/06/18/history-pittsburgh-potties-intrigues-locals-but-remains-mystery.html While we may never know the truth of Read More
May 1, 2018
Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco Announces 2018 Historic Preservation Awards As we ring in National Preservation Month, AIA New Jersey is pleased to share an invitation… In celebration of 2018 National Preservation Month in May, Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco has announced that the 2018 Bergen County Historic Preservation Awards ceremony will be held Read More
April 27, 2018
AIA New Jersey Celebrates Trees for the Love of Wood This Arbor Day There may be no greater time in recent history when architects and designers should be as grateful for TREES! Today is Arbor Day, a holiday designed to remind us to replenish and plant trees. Wood is one of the HOTTEST topics Read More
April 26, 2018
AIA New Jersey recognizes KSS Architects with its highest Honor Design Award in the Category of Built – Preservation for the Pennovation Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Congratulations! The jurors felt that this adaptive re-use is phenomenal. Take an ordinary building and make something like this is remarkable. Lighting works. Gathering space as a ship’s prow is Read More
April 18, 2018
Building a Place for History 2018 NJ History and Historic Preservation Conference June 7 and 8 at Passaic County College in Paterson – – – – – It’s going to be an exciting and packed two-day event in Paterson, home to Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park. . The 2018 conference features an opening plenary discussion, Read More
Connect with Historic Resources Committee
The mission of the AIA Historic Resources Committee (HRC) is to identify, understand, and preserve architectural heritage – locally, nationally and internationally. HRC is engaged in promoting the role of the historic architect within the profession through the development of information and knowledge among members, allied professional organizations, and the public.
To find out more information about the AIA-NJ Historic Resources or if you are interested in getting involved, please contact us.
- Historic Resources Committee – Contact via email
- Michael Calafati, AIA
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