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NJIT CoAD heads back to school

September 6, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes Submitted by Anthony Schuman, Interim Dean, College of Architecture and Design at NJIT Award-winning Schindler Competition student team from MIP Studio taught by Prof. Jesse Lecavalier  (r) The College of Architecture and Design at NJIT is embarking on the critical phase of our Dean search process when candidates will be brought to campus for meetings Read More

AIA NJ 2017 Service Award Nominations are open!

September 1, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes   AIA-NJ Service Awards Program is Now Open! The AIA NJ Architect of the Year Award Description of Award/Eligibility An award may be given to a registered architect AIA New Jersey member in good standing recognized as having made a major accomplishment in the field of architecture and has distinguished himself/herself both professionally and personally. Read More

Raymond F. Wells, AIA, 1928-2017

August 29, 2017

Reading Time: < 1 minute He lived by the motto, “Service above Self” AIA NJ is sorry to share the news that Raymond F. Wells, AIA has passed away on August 27, 2017.  We share his obituary with you here. If you were a colleague of Ray’s, we invite you to comment on this post with a memory. Please consider making Read More

AIA NJ takes action to protect New Jersey from New Executive Order that exposes Government Infrastructure to Flood Risk

August 17, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes On Tuesday, August 15, President Trump issued a new executive order that rolls back Obama-era protections put in place to ensure that government-funded infrastructure projects in flood prone areas would be less exposed to flooding and the effects of climate change. Read more on this executive order here. Illya Azaroff, AIA Regional Recovery Work Group, and Read More

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

August 16, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes On August 14, 2017, a terrific article on the East Point Lighthouse was published in The Daily Journal. Despite the extensive coverage, the architect, AIA NJ Member and Chair of the AIA NJ Historic Resources Committee, Michael Calafati, AIA, was left out of the article. Read the article by clicking here. Upon noticing this, New Jersey Read More

Micro-MBA in Architecture

August 8, 2017

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Business of Architecture Certificate Program AIA West Jersey, in partnership with Temple University’s Fox School of Business and the Department of Architecture at Temple University, is pleased to announce the creation of a two-part sequence of courses: an Architecture-focused business essentials professional certificate and an Architecture specific Micro-MBA executive program. This multi-tiered program kicks Read More

Architecture and the Solar Eclipse

August 8, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes By William J. Martin, R.A., AIA, P.P., LEED AP-H   We are about to experience one of the greatest wonders the natural world has to offer humanity.   In late August,  here in the New Jersey area, there will be a solar eclipse. Solar eclipses are not commonplace. They are actually very rare, especially events visible Read More

STEVEN A. SAFARY, AIA, Architect and Artist , 1932-2017

August 8, 2017

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Jerome Leslie Eben, FAIA   I was one of many colleagues of Steven A. Safary for forty years.  On August 5th, I spoke at a Memorial for Steve organized by his family a few months after his passing.   Wil Shortz is the New York Times “LIFELONG PUZZLE MASTER” and is fond of saying Read More

AIA NJ Responds to the New York Times

August 6, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes On Sunday, July 8th, AIA NJ Historical Preservation Committee Chair, Michael Calafati, AIA, LEED AP, read NYT writer Allison Arieff’s opinion piece on Corporate Campuses.  It included a comparison between Apple’s campus by Foster in Cupertino, CA and the Eero Saarinen-designed Bell Labs campus in Holmdel, NJ. Given AIA-NJ’s role in the preservation and reuse of Read More

Michael J. Hanrahan, AIA wins Distinguished Service Award, 2016

July 27, 2017

Reading Time: < 1 minute Michael Hanrahan, AIA – 2011 President Michael J. Hanrahan, AIA, received the “Distinguished Service Award” in recognition of his extensive architectural experience and dedication. For over 20 years, Hanrahan has been a key member of his firm, Clarke Caton Hintz, where he has gained extensive experience in historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects. He has Read More

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