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LoriAnne Jones, AIA; Named American Institute of Architects New Jersey Young Architect of the Year

November 12, 2020

LoriAnne Jones, AIA; Named American Institute of Architects New Jersey Young Architect of the Year   LoriAnne’s love of architecture is matched only by her passion for service. As an advisor to clients, a resource to colleagues, and a guidepost to mentees, LoriAnne’s work serves to further the profession.   After earning her architectural license Read More

NOMA Celebrates 50 Years by Recognizing Founders Including William M. Brown Jr., AIA

November 4, 2020

NOMA Celebrates 50 Years by Recognizing Founders Including William M. Brown, Jr., AIA Twelve African-American architects from different parts of the country met, some for the first time, during the AIA National Convention in Detroit in 1971. What these professionals recognized was the desperate need for an organization dedicated to the development and advancement of Read More

John Hatch, FAIA, To Present a Free, Member Benefit Webinar on Racism and Its Impact on the American City:  Trenton as a Case Study  

October 19, 2020

John Hatch, FAIA, To Present a Free, Member Benefit Webinar on Racism and Its Impact on the American City:  Trenton as a Case Study Wednesday, November 18th, 2020, at 7:00 PM This course is approved for 1 AIA LU/HSW Using our capital city, Trenton, as a case study, this presentation traces how racism has negatively Read More

AIA New Jersey Architect’s Storytime is looking for Readers

August 19, 2020

  AIA New Jersey Architect’s Storytime is looking for Readers In an effort to introduce architecture and architects to the children of New Jersey, AIA New Jersey is embarking on AIA NJ Architect’s Storytime. Members can record themselves reading the children’s book of their choice that will teach or inspire the listeners about architecture and Read More

The American Institute of Architecture New Jersey Chapter Discusses Equity in Architecture Education: Removing Road Blocks

August 11, 2020

The American Institute of Architecture New Jersey Chapter Discusses Equity in Architecture Education: Removing Road Blocks   Join fellow AIA New Jersey members for this week’s webinar on the African American Experience Pursuing higher education in Architecture.  According to Architectural Record, the recent NCARB By the Numbers 2020 report, the ninth annual report released by Read More

In Memoriam: Van B. Bruner, Jr. FAIA

July 22, 2020

In Memoriam: Van B. Bruner, Jr. FAIA AIA New Jersey has received the sad news that our colleague Van B. Bruner, Jr. FAIA  was called home by our ancestors on July 10, 2020. Mr. Bruner was 89 years old. Rest in Power, Van B. Bruner Jr., FAIA!  Mr. Van B. Bruner, Jr., FAIA, was dedicated Read More

In Celebration of the Life and Progress of Louise Blanchard Bethune, FAIA

July 21, 2020

  In Celebration of the Life and Progress of Louise Blanchard Bethune, FAIA Born on this day in 1856, Louise Blanchard Bethune was the first American woman known to have worked as a professional architect, the first woman member of the American Institute of Architects and the first woman Fellow of the AIA. She was Read More

AIA-NJ Discussions on Diversity in Architecture

July 19, 2020

  AIA New Jersey Discussions on Diversity in Architecture According to Architectural Record, the recent NCARB By the Numbers 2020 report, the ninth annual report released by the organization, offers a closer look at demographics and diversity.  The article by Mirian Sitz notes, “With more detailed demographic information available this year than in the past, Read More

Introduction To Architecture Zoom Workshop

July 3, 2020

Introduction To Architecture Zoom Workshop by William M. Brown III, AIA, NOMA      “Introduction To Architecture” is a Workshop for high school students who will learn the roles, responsibilities, and the Value of the Architect. The Workshop is being offered FREE of charge by AIA NJ Past President William M. Brown, III. All students Read More

Update on AIA New Jersey Member John D. Lyon, AIA, in Honor of Black History Month

February 25, 2020

Update on AIA New Jersey Member John D. Lyon, AIA, in Honor of Black History Month             The beauty is … Architecture responds dutifully. Over the last year I have transitioned from two completely different design disciplines:  K-12 to Pharmaceutical. This is what I always loved about practicing architecture- the Read More

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