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Online Continuing Education: ‘The Future of Residential Design’ Forum

Filmed live at AIA Seattle’s 2018 Housing Design Forum, this online continuing education series features 10 captivating speakers and combines keynote presentations, case studies, research and provocative dialogue. Find out how today’s most inspired architects and thinkers employ innovative performance strategies,

Posted in AIA Northwest Washington, For the Profession, SPARC

Call for Submissions: Home of Distinction

Licensed AIA members and AIA Seattle Member Firms in the Puget Sound region are invited to submit innovative residential design solutions to be highlighted in Shelter, a bi-monthly section inside Seattle magazine. Read more

Posted in For the Profession, SPARC

Welcome New 2018-19 Board of Directors

2018-2019 Board Nominees headshots

AIA Seattle’s Board Nominating Committee is pleased to present this slate of accomplished members to fill open seats on our Board of Directors beginning September 1, 2018. Our nominating committee – Ron Rochon FAIA (Chair), Vicki Ha AIA, Stephen Jablonsky, Amy Janof

Posted in AIA Northwest Washington, Architecture for Health Committee, Code, Committee for Architect for Education, Committee on the Environment, Committees, Disaster Preparedness & Response, Diversity Roundtable, Fellows and Honors, Honor Awards, Northwest Residential Press, Seattle International Architects Forum, SPARC, Uncategorized, Urban Design Forum, Women in Design, Young Architects Forum

Register Now for Our Upcoming Got Codes? Seminars

Got Codes graphic

Join us for four upcoming sessions to learn from Code experts.  All sessions will be held at Seattle City Hall, Bertha Knight Landes Room | 600 Fourth Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 Session 1 | Practical FHA-ADA-Accessibility Code Compliance May 23,

Posted in AIA Northwest Washington, Allied Professionals, Architects, Associates, Code, Committees, For the Profession, Home Page, Member Firms, Recent Graduates, SPARC, Sponsors, Students

Register Now for Our Upcoming Small Firm Management Workshop Series

All the sessions will be held on Wednesdays from 8:00am – 12:45pm at MG2, in the “Town Square” on the third floor // 1101 2nd Ave #100, Seattle, WA 98101 Best Laid Plans: Business Planning for Small Firm Architects April 18,

Posted in For the Profession, SPARC

Visit AIA Seattle at the 2018 Seattle Home Show

William Page and Joseph Mucci staff the 2014 AIA Seattle booth at the 2014 Home Show

As the nation’s longest running and largest consumer home show, the Seattle Home Show offers Northwest residents a “one stop shopping” experience in home products and services. Visit the AIA Seattle booth at the 2018 Seattle Home Show to: Meet AIA

Posted in For the Public, SPARC

Register by February 12 to Participate in the 2018 Seattle Home Show

William Page and Joseph Mucci staff the 2014 AIA Seattle booth at the 2014 Home Show

As the nation’s longest running and largest consumer home show, the Seattle Home Show offers Northwest residents a “one stop shopping” experience in home products and services. Attracted by an informative and wide reaching marketing campaign, visitors come from the

Posted in Member Firms, SPARC, Uncategorized

Ask An Architect: Navigating Your Building Project

Whether your project is a small remodel or new construction — or if you are just curious about the design process — AIA architects can help. Join us for an information-packed overview of the design and construction process including budget

Posted in Committees, For the Public, SPARC, Uncategorized

Mandatory Housing Affordability Draft EIS Available for Comment

The Seattle Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) has issued a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) that studies three alternatives for zoning changes needed to implement Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA). MHA was a key recommendation of the Housing Affordability

Posted in Public Policy Board, SPARC, Uncategorized

Small Firm Essentials: Four Ways to Maximize Profit

This highly interactive 4-hour workshop describes essential actions necessary to becoming more profitable – controlling scope creep, improving work processes, balancing staff skill with work types, and understanding how to figure out what to charge. Practical methods for addressing each

Posted in For the Profession, SPARC

Register Now For Our Upcoming Code Evolutions Seminars

AIA Seattle’s Code Committee wants to help you learn and understand the upcoming updates to the Washington State Energy Code, International Building Code, and the Seattle Building Code. Read more

Posted in Allied Professionals, Architects, Associates, Code, Committees, For the Profession, Home Page, SPARC, Sponsors, Students