2010: A Visual Year in Review

By Columbus Chapter AIA / December 28, 2010

AIA Columbus had another exciting and eventful year. Click here for a recap of 2010.

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High School Design Workshops

By Columbus Chapter AIA / September 21, 2010

High School Design (HSD) is an outreach and education effort aimed at high school students, 9-12 grade. The intent of the program is to introduce design as a profession through projects, presentation and interaction with local professionals.  Stay tuned for upcoming sessions and events!

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September 2010 President’s Blog: Diversity Update

By Kate Watts / September 13, 2010

by Peter Macrae, AIA – AIA Columbus 2010 Chapter President We AIA Columbus architects are a diverse bunch, differentiated in numerous ways outside of the standard human rights categories of ethnicity, race or gender that you regularly see in the news. Some of us are detail-oriented, others are generalists. We have colleagues that specialize in […]

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2010 AIA Columbus Design Awards

By Columbus Chapter AIA / August 9, 2010

2010 AIA Columbus Design Awards HONOR AWARD – ARCHITECTURE The Dubai Mall Medical CentreProject Architect: NBBJOwner: Emaar Healthcare Group LLCPhotography:   Tim Griffith     Emaar Properties had a comprehensive vision to create a healthcare network that includes neighborhood clinics, hospitals and medical centres, throughout the Middle East and North Africa, with its subsidiary Emaar […]

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“Up the Service – Up the Value”

By Columbus Chapter AIA / July 20, 2010

July President’s Blog
by Peter S. Macrae, AIA
2010 AIA Columbus Chapter President

In these challenging economic times, nothing is more important to an Architectural firm than retaining and nurturing our current clients. Long term relationships are the lifeblood of our industry…we depend on the loyalty of our existing client base to sustain us and therefore, we want to do whatever we can to increase our value quotient in their eyes. AIA firms must strive to understand their clients’ businesses so that the facilities that we design on their behalf serve to augment their business goals and objectives. We must focus on achieving results and demonstrating increased efficiency and profits on their behalf.

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BIM In Columbus: Team Integration CE Seminar on July 14, 2010.

By Kate Watts / June 24, 2010

The Technology in Architectural Practice (TAP) Knowledge Community will lead a seminar focusing on the status of BIM in the architecture industry and how local practitioners in Columbus have implemented BIM into their design process. This seminar will also provide practical examples of how these firms are leveraging their intelligent building information models across the […]

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Nataniel Fúster Roundtable Discussion

By Kate Watts / June 10, 2010

The Committee on Design sponsored a round-table discussion with Nataniel Fúster that was held on May 21, 2010 at the Center for Architecture. View a transcript of the discussion here.   

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Continuing Education

By Columbus Chapter AIA / June 3, 2010

The AIA/CES system enables architects to keep current, master new knowledge and skills, plan for the future, and responsibly meet the role society entrusts to a professional. Requirements:All registered architect members must successfully complete 18 learning unit (LU) hours each year, with at least 12 of the 18 LU hours relating to health, safety and […]

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The Intersection of Evidence-Based Design and Eco-Effective Design – June 17, 2010

By Kate Watts / June 1, 2010

 Register here.  Bill Rostenberg, FAIA is a Principal and Director of Research at Anshen + Allen in San Francisco. Bill was named by Healthcare Design Magazine as one of the “Twenty Five Most Influential People in Health Facility Design,” for the past two years and was elevated to Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects […]

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Camp Architecture 2013

By Columbus Chapter AIA / May 18, 2010


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Set your calendars for Camp Architecture! The 2013 Camp Architecture schedule is as follows:

Week 1: June 10 – 14 – Elementary School Week, for children entering grades 3 through 5
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Week 2: June 17 – 21 – Middle School Week, for children entering grades 6 through 8
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Week 3: June 24 – 28 – High School Week, for children entering grades 9 through 10
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