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    By Samara Lull, AIA Central Valley Director Assoc. Vice President, HGA   My family and I went hunting for treasure again this past weekend. The elusive Delta Dart was our...
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    By Cody Carpino, AIA Associate Principal, Williams + Paddon The AIACV’s Experience Architecture annual event is a fantastic opportunity to engage with the community, fellow architects, and be inspired...
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    AIA Central Valley is offering four ADA classes in 2017. Attendees will receive the required 5 ADA credits to meet their California licensing requirement by attending either class. AIA...
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    Entry deadline: Thursday, June 29, 2017 We are excited to announce our 7th annual Architectura Obscura annual open photography competition! This year’s event is sponsored by the American Institute...
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  • 2017 AIACC Distinguished Practice Award Recipient: Michael Folonis, FAIA June 21, 2017
    When entering the doors of 1524 Cloverfield Boulevard in Santa Monica, one will immediately take notice of a long, somewhat narrow office space. To the right rests a red Bianchi bicycle, made stationary with light wood blocks (aesthetically shaped. This … The post 2017 AIACC Distinguished Practice Award Recipient: Michael Folonis, FAIA appeared first on […]
  • Modular Housing Explorations June 19, 2017
      On June 2nd, at AIA San Francisco’s NEXT/EVOLUTION conference at the San Francisco Art Institute, a panel composed of Yes Duffy of David Baker Architects, acting as moderator; developers Patrick Kennedy, owner of Panoramic Interests, and Fei Tsen, founder … The post Modular Housing Explorations appeared first on AIACC.
  • Architecture Editor makes it into “The Paris Review Roundup” June 8, 2017
    On Jun. 7, AIACC Editor-at-Large, Tim Culvahouse, FAIA, was reprinted in The Paris Review Roundup, an email newsletter sent to their subscribers. The periodical has often been touted as “The enduring lion of American literary magazines. A thing of … The post Architecture Editor makes it into “The Paris Review Roundup” appeared first on AIACC.