The AIA Seattle Honor Awards are the ideal platform to recognize the diverse perspectives, scales, and typologies of architecture in our region. As Seattle is recognized as one of the nation’s fastest growing cities, design matters more now than ever before. Let’s celebrate your voice and your values by offering recognition for the inspirational, the intelligent and the evocative.
The theme of SDF2017 is: POWER. Who has the power? Who must we empower? How should the Seattle design community use its own power?
Every September, the Seattle Design Festival brings together designers, community members, experts, and city officials to celebrate and explore how design improves the quality of our lives and our community. Since 2011, the Seattle Design Festival has been presented by Design in Public and AIA Seattle in collaboration with dozens of partner organizations.
A tremendous thank you for the gift of your time, talents, and leadership.
The AIA Seattle Board of Directors and Staff would like to recognize and appreciate the enormous contributions these individuals have given in their roles on our Board of Directors, Steering Committee members or as Committee Chairs.
It is through these passionate members that we have successfully engaged our community of architects and other design related professionals in meaningful conversations about the value of design and the profession. You leave a great legacy for us to continue.
Examine codes and regulations that apply to renovation and remodeling projects
AIA Seattle’s Code Committee wants to help you learn and understand the updates to the Washington State Energy Code, International Building Code, and the Seattle Building Code. Join us for the last two sessions of the Code Evolutions series, October 6 & December 1.
Become a certified Safety Assessment Evaluator with AIA Seattle Disaster Preparedness & Response Committee
The AIA Disaster Assistance Program connects professional engineers, architects and certified building inspectors with local governments to assist with post-disaster building evaluations. The training program will issue Disaster Service Worker (DSW) ID cards to all professionally licensed volunteers who have completed the training. Those who are not yet licensed will receive a certificate and may contact CalOES upon licensure to receive the DSW ID card.
Have a small exhibit that might be of interest to the public at the Center for Architecture & Design?
If you are interested in presenting at the Community Gallery in our small conference room, fill out the submission form and submit it, along with images, to [email protected]. Submissions are reviewed and evaluated by CfAD staff in order of receipt and subject to our discretion and availability in our exhibition schedule.
50% discount for members, 30% for non-members on all listed contract documents. August 14 – September 30, or while supplies last.
AIA Seattle is offering a 50% discount for members and 30% for non-members on all listed contract documents. Our Summer Sale begins Monday August 14th and goes until Friday September 30th. Documents will be available while supplies last. Please contact Megan Harmon at 206.448.4938 for purchases or come to the Center located at 1010 Western Ave. Open hours are 10-6pm Tuesday-Thursday and 10-5pm on Fridays.