Welcome to AIA Seattle

We provide the architecture community with resources and relationships to make a difference through design.

Founded in 1894, AIA Seattle is a not-for-profit professional association of architects, allied professionals, and laypeople. AIA Seattle is committed to excellence in architecture and service to the public.

Building Transparency: Straight Talk in the A/E/C Community

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By December 15: Please Vote on AIA Seattle Proposed By-Laws Amendment

We propose this by-laws amendment to create a new position on our Board of Directors to represent the Northwest Washington section of AIA Seattle. Please vote today! Read more

Need a few last Learning Units in 2016? We’ve got you covered with CAP Collaboration Classes.

AIA Seattle’s Corporate Allied Partners (CAPs) enliven the AIA Seattle community and value involvement with AIA Members. Our sponsors also offer their knowledge and expertise in the field to help our members earn their continuing education credits through our CAP Collaboration

2017 Travel Scholarship – Apply by January 6

AIA Seattle’s 2017 Emerging Professionals Travel Scholarship seeks to expand the experience and leadership opportunities of young professionals, encourage cross-cultural dialogue in the profession, and share knowledge from architecture practice around the globe with members in the Puget Sound. Read more

2016 Honor Awards Winners

AIA Seattle hosted the 2016 Honor Awards for Washington Architecture to celebrate excellence in design. The award-winning projects, announced at a packed event at Benaroya Hall, serve as powerful demonstrations of the outstanding caliber of design that is consistently produced by Washington-based architects and designers. Read more

AIA Seattle Members Have Been Heard

Dear AIA Seattle Members, I wrote you on Friday to share our chapter’s renewed commitment to our core principles of equity, diversity and sustainability, in light of the significant political changes underway in our country.  Since sending that message, I

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