January 13, 2018
Today marks the formal installation of the new AIA-NJ Board at the 2018 Awards Gala at Clark’s Landing in Point Pleasant. As we prepare to celebrate, let’s take a moment to reflect on our progress over the last 12 months… 2017 was a very productive year! AIA NJ pledged our commitment to AIA’s Values: equity Read More
November 16, 2017
If your office was a little quiet at the end of last week, perhaps your colleagues were participating in the 2017 AIA QUAD States conference in Albany, New York. This program was a joint venture between AIA New Jersey, AIA New York State, AIA Pennsylvania and AIA Connecticut. The evening before the conference, AIA Read More
November 3, 2017
A d v o c a c y C e n t e r Prevent Architecture Firms From Paying Higher Taxes Congressional leaders have unveiled a plan to rewrite our nation’s tax code, but thousands of architecture firms could be excluded from lower tax rates. We need to tell Congress – right now – Read More
October 11, 2017
When the co-chair of the AIA NJ Public Awareness committee is a guest on NPR radio, we don’t hit the snooze bar. Take a listen as William J Martin, AIA, shares the real history of the stray toilet in your grandma’s basement. PHOTO COURTESY OF TED ZELLERS http://wesa.fm/post/architect-offers-explanation-pittsburgh-s-basement-toilets-and-it-s-not-what-you-think#stream/0
October 4, 2017
Designed by renowned Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen and built in 1960, Hill College House at the University of Pennsylvania has undergone a 15-month, $80 million, LEED Gold-targeted renovation. The internationally recognized landmark will reopen to 500 student residents later this month. The five-story, 195,000-sf brick residence has undergone a comprehensive renovation, preserving Saarinen’s revolutionary 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.
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