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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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Frank L. Elmer, FAIA, FAICP

By Matthew Carbone / July 14, 2009

PrincipalLincoln Street Studio Recipient of 2008 AIA Ohio Gold Medal Frank was nominated by AIA Columbus for his achievements in Urban Design, but the Jury of Fellows selected his portfolio as an outstanding example of bridging Architecture and Urban Design.   Frank L. Elmer extends the practice of urban design and architecture to the realm […]

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Design Competition

By Matthew Carbone / June 13, 2009

On June 17, the Neighborhood Design Center will launch, on behalf of the AIA Columbus, a design competition for a new center for architecture. The meeting will be held in our future home at 390 East Broad Street at 4:00PM prior to the reception and Chapter meeting following in the Canzani Center on CCAD’s Campus. […]

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June Chapter Meeting: Evidence Based Design

By Matthew Carbone / June 10, 2009

Evidence-based Design enables design professional and their clients to optimize design decisions via a process of gathering, evaluating and applying current best evidence from research and practice. This lecture will guide attendees through a four step, cross disciplinary design methodology that fosters healing, quality performance, and safety in the design of the healthcare environment.  Four Learning Objectives:  […]

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May Chapter Meeting: Designed for Life

By Matthew Carbone / May 14, 2009

  Registration is available online, click here.

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