New Jersey Future Shares Perspective on “Missing Middle” Housing By AIA NJ President Joshua Zinder, AIA
Date: May 8, 2021
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) helps architects serve the public’s needs and builds awareness of the role of architects and architecture in American society. The organization was created in 1857. Today, with headquarters in Washington, D.C. the organization represents 86,000 licensed architects and associated professionals.
The AIA is the voice of the architectural profession and a resource for its members and the public. AIA New Jersey is a chapter and region of the national AIA, based in Trenton. The chapter was formed in 1900, uniting the architects of the state by merging the AIA Chapter with the New Jersey Society of Architects. For over 100 years, AIANJ has served its members and protected the health, safety and welfare of the public in the built environment.
Today the AIA-NJ chapter has six local sections representing geographic areas of the state, these include Architects League of Northern New Jersey, Central Jersey, Newark and Suburban, Jersey Shore, South Jersey and West Jersey. Each section is independent and runs events and programs for its local members.
AIA New Jersey Supports its Members and Promotes the Public’s Understanding of Architecture through Advocacy, Education and Service.
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Architects are creative professionals, educated, trained, and experienced in the art and science of building design, and licensed to practice architecture. Their designs respond to client needs, wants and vision, protect public safety, provide economic value, are innovative, inspire and contribute positively to the community and the environment.