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March Chapter Meeting: The Evolution of Practice – Computational Thinking in the Design Studio

By qg / February 20, 2014

March Chapter Meeting: The Evolution of Practice – Computational Thinking in the Design Studio

Although parametric design and design computation came to prominence primarily through the formally complex work of early innovators, the real impact of data-driven design methodologies may actually be found far beneath the surface of today’s best buildings. Forward-looking design firms are applying advanced computational design techniques to address questions of performance at all scales. This presentation will be given by Nicholas Desbiens, AIA of NBBJ, and is presented by the TAP Committee. 1.0 LU

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Center for Architecture & Design
50 West Town Street, Suite 110
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Reception 5:00 PM | Lecture 6:00 PM

Free for AIA members, Affiliates, and Students | $20 for Non-AIA

Register here, or call 614-469-1973

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The Weight of Architecture – AIA Columbus Design Services Grant

By Columbus Chapter AIA / February 20, 2014

PROJECT SYNOPSIS How can architecture help solve a challenge your organization faces and help achieve your mission? As architects, we solve problems, but we recognize not all organizations can budget for our services. This Design Service Grant is intended to provide design assistance to local 501(c)3 non-profit organizations that can benefit from the services of […]

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Building Tours

By qg / February 6, 2014

Leveque Tower Tour Sunday, September 21, 20142:00 PM – 4:00 PM 50 West Broad StreetColumbus, OH 43215 Once the fifth tallest building in the world, the LeVeque Tower stands at the heart of downtown Columbus. The building served as an aerial lighthouse for pilots, as an annex for the biggest hotel in America, as an […]

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February Chapter Meeting: Shaping Healthier Communities Through Design

By qg / January 31, 2014

February Chapter Meeting: Shaping Healthier Communities through Design

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Communities and organizations across the United States are tackling heart disease, obesity, diabetes and other chronic illnesses by means of active design. From the design of healthcare facilities to initiating public health policy changes, architects play a key role in encouraging people to burn calories through the creation of quality spaces and engaging environments. This program will be presented by Peter Bardwell, FAIA, FACHA, Principal with BARDWELL+associates and Rick Bell, FAIA of AIA New York. 1.25 HSW LU

Wednesday, February 19, 2014
The Center for Architecture & Design
50 West Town Street, Suite 110
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Reception | 5:00 PM
Lecture | 6:00 PM 

Free for AIA members, Affiliates, and Students | $20.00 for non-AIA and General Public

Register here, or call 614-469-1973

 

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January Chapter Meeting: The Weight of Architecture – Architecture’s Role in Viable, Healthy Communities

By qg / January 15, 2014

THE WEIGHT OF ARCHITECTURE – ARCHITECTURE’S ROLE IN VIABLE, HEALTHY COMMUNITIES Tuesday, January 28, 20145:00 PM Open House Reception6:00 PM Lecture The Center for Architecture & Design50 West Town Street, Suite 110Columbus, OH 43215 Free for AIA Members, Affiliates, and Students (with valid ID)$20.00 for Non-Members  Register Here, or call 614-469-1973   1.0 HSW LU  […]

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Facilities Tour of Mt. Carmel Health Grove City Emergency Department

By qg / January 8, 2014

    The Healthcare Committee is pleased to announce this guided tour of the new Mt. Carmel Health Grove City Emergency Department. This tour will be presented by Chris Lagana, David Cozier, and Michelle Hamilton, members of the Mount Carmel Design & Construction team.  Friday, January 17, 20143:00 PM – 4:30 PM 5300 North Meadows […]

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100×100 Project

By qg / November 20, 2013

In 2013, AIA Columbus celebrated its 100th birthday. To commemorate this important milestone, a group of Emerging Professionals, with the help of the Fellows Committee, grouped younger architects with more seasoned members of this chapter to discuss the profession in the context of past, present, and future. These discussions were filmed, and highlighted in the […]

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TAP Presents – The Evolution of Practice: 2.0

By qg / October 22, 2013

The AIA Columbus Technology in Architectural Practice committee is pleased to present “The Evolution of Practice: 2.0,” a continuation of a series started in June 2013. This seminar will feature presentations from three prominent speakers within the technological community to provide insight and training for those looking to learn more about the transformation of practice […]

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ArChallenge

By qg / October 2, 2013

What is your favorite building in Columbus? Welcome to ArChallenge, which invites you to explore architecture in our community and to determine our most treasured buildings. We asked an independent jury of architects, preservationists and architectural aficionados to consider and determine the most architecturally significant and iconic structures in Columbus from the past 100 years. […]

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Tour of Mount Carmel St. Ann’s Project GRACE

By qg / September 26, 2013

The Healthcare Committee is happy to offer this Tour of Mount Carmel St. Ann’s in Westerville, Ohio. Just as the area has grown, so has the hospital in order to meet the community’s healthcare needs. The expansion allows the hospital to become a more comprehensive healthcare provider serving Westerville and beyond. 2.0 HSW LUs Tuesday, […]

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