Annual Meeting – October 21st

By Matthew Carbone / October 5, 2009

09 Annual Meeting

The Firm of the Future: Big Picture Trends Shaping the Future of Design Firms
(1 AIA LU)
by Ray Kogan, AIA

Yogi Berra supposedly opined that “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” Heeding his wisdom, it is essential that leaders of architecture firms understand what the future holds in order to navigate their firms through tumultuous times-as well as the good times that will return. What could be more important to the leadership and management of architecture firms than scanning the horizon and taking in the big picture of the major forces that will drive the business climate for architects in order to become better equipped to anticipate trends, analyze future prospects, and position their firms?

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Allen L. Patrick, FAIA

By Matthew Carbone / September 28, 2009

Mr. Patrick is a visionary on the leading edge of trends brought upon by technological advancements and changes in sociological patterns.  He has been a significant influence in the field of Criminal Justice through his progressive and innovative architectural designs. His belief that the built environment plays a critical role in shaping and reshaping human […]

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2008 Year In Review

By Columbus Chapter AIA / August 10, 2009

Please feel free to view our 2008 Year In Review. [issuu showflipbtn=true documentid=081031161422-bb2202d67a814403807c9e2512291d5a docname=yir_2008 username=AIAColumbus loadinginfotext=AIA%20Columbus%3A%202008%20Year%20In%20Review showhtmllink=true tag=urban width=420 height=263 unit=px] If you would like to download a PDF version, click here.

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2008 Year In Review

By Matthew Carbone / August 10, 2009

Open publication – Free publishing – More urban

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2009 Honor Awards

By Matthew Carbone / August 4, 2009

Now available! The 2009 Honor Awards Call for Entries. There have been some changes to the submission format so please read the packet carefully. Click here to download the Call for Entries.

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2020 board nominations

2020 Board of Directors Nominations

By Matthew Carbone / August 4, 2009

Aleks Daskalov, AIA, Vice President of FMS Architects is seeking the office of President-Elect. Amanda Dunfield, AIA, Architect at Ad Astra Design, is seeking the office of Treasurer. Matt Toddy, AIA, Architect at Design Collective is seeking the office of Secretary. Matthew Teismann, AIA, Director of Architecture at MKC, Hannah Evwaraye, AIA, Project Architect at Moody Nolan, and […]

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Tour: CCAD Design Square Dorms

By Matthew Carbone / July 31, 2009

Join AIA Columbus for a tour of CCAD’s new Design Square Apartments, lead by Pavan Peter, AIA of Acock Associates Architects. Friday, August 7th at 3:30pm. Meet at the front door of the apartments, located at 91 Cleveland Avenue. Register here.

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Jack Hedge, FAIA, LEED AP

By Matthew Carbone / July 27, 2009

Jack Hedge, FAIA, LEED AP, is the design principal and chairman of DesignGroup Architects. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Architecture both from The Ohio State University where he also received the AIA Ohio Scholarship Citation and the 6th Year Faculty Prize. He has received design awards for many of his […]

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Friedrich K.M. Böhm, FAIA, FDFC, LED, RIBA

By Matthew Carbone / July 22, 2009

Friedrich K.M. Böhm has chosen to live in central Ohio for the last 35+ years, while influencing the world through his firm’s architectural work.  Since retiring from NBBJ he has pursued many of his personal, professional and business interests.  As the firm’s Chairman until 2006, he was one of the creators of the firm’s mission […]

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FAQ: Center for Architecture

By Matthew Carbone / July 16, 2009

Can façade changes be made?  What about landlord approval? Façade changes may be made under traditional “retail” establishment guidelines (i.e. minor and appliqués.)  Appropriate design should be acceptable to CCAD. Is stair of Eastern Entry being built or is it part of design scope? It is part of design scope. What are the intentions for […]

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