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What happens when a small firm wins big awards?

For Renée del Gaudio, AIA and founder of Renée del Gaudio Architecture in Boulder, winning AIA Colorado Design Awards not only validated her work, but they also served as great advertising for her one-woman […]

Reflecting on 25 Years as a Firm Owner in Denver

By Jim Johnson, AIA & Founding Partner at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE

Over the past 25 years, Denver has transformed into an internationally recognized destination, garnering attention from some of the world’s top civic and business […]

Creating a Family-Friendly Workplace Culture

By Jen Fumuso, AIA and senior associate at OZ Architecture
I was first forewarned that a degree and career in architecture had demanding hours when I told my college advisor that architecture was my choice of […]

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    2017 AIA Colorado Young Architect of the Year Reflects on the Past Year’s Accomplishments

2017 AIA Colorado Young Architect of the Year Reflects on the Past Year’s Accomplishments

“To me, success is about surrounding yourself with the right people, sharing the credit and celebrating together.” –Steev Wilson, AIA, NCARB, LEEP AP, and Founding Partner of Forum Phi in Aspen.
Though Forum Phi’s doors opened […]

Inside the 2018 Design & Honor Awards Steering Committee

By Daniel Nelson, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, project architect at Tryba Architects

I’m a Midwesterner at heart – born and raised in Michigan. I lived in Chicago for 10 years and just recently moved […]

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    Why joining this group will be the best decision you ever make

Why joining this group will be the best decision you ever make

By Nan Anderson, FAIA and principal at Anderson Hallas Architects
What was “one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.” Graduating from college with a degree in Art History, I moved west and bought an […]

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    Kurt Basford, AIA: architect, future leader and aspiring cookbook author

Kurt Basford, AIA: architect, future leader and aspiring cookbook author

For Basford, doing the bare minimum is simply not an option. Whether it is his ambition to continue the legacy of Davis Partnership Architects as a future partner, or the values his grandmother and […]

Navigating Architectural Practice as a Primary Caregiver

By Beth R. Mosenthal, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

In June of 2016 I wrote a column for Colorado Real Estate Journal’s Building Dialogue Magazine entitled, “Why are Women Leaving Architecture? A Look at the AIA’s […]

2018 Legislative Session Report

By Nikolaus Remus, AIA Government Affairs Manager for AIA Colorado
Since January, we have been hard at work advocating on behalf of architects at the State Capitol. Now that the 2018 legislative session has ended, […]

Architecture Glossary of Terms

Addenda: 
Written or graphic documents, issued before the execution of a contract that modify, clarify or interpret the bid documents.

AIA: 
The American Institute of Architects, a professional organization of registered architects.

Allowance: 
A fixed sum for a specific […]

Architecture Here & Now Panel in Aspen

Architecture Here & Now

April 5, 2014

ASPEN, CO

AIA National President, Carl Elefante FAIA, FAPT, LEED AP was recently in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley (his first time to Aspen). In celebration of the tenth anniversary […]

Reflecting on 5x5x5 Group Mentorship

By Wells Squier, AIA, Principal at Anderson Hallas Architects and Denver Director on the AIA Colorado Board of Directors

One of the many reasons I love the profession of architecture so much centers on the fact that […]

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    Where we stand: Sexual harassment & the architectural profession

Where we stand: Sexual harassment & the architectural profession

There is no place in the architectural profession for sexual harassment.
We, the members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), stand together to reshape our profession: to confront those who make the workplace intolerable […]

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    Sponsored: Green Roofs for Healthy Cities brings training to Denver

Sponsored: Green Roofs for Healthy Cities brings training to Denver

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By Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

In November of 2017, the citizens of Denver historically voted in favor of a new law requiring the construction of green roofs and/or solar installations on most new […]

2018 Practice + Design Conference Planning Committee Update

By Matt Cecere, AIA and committee chair and principal of 4240 Architecture
March 20, 2018–Our firm [4240 Architecture] has been interested in this conference for the better part of the last decade.  What has drawn […]

Being a new mom in architecture

By Leanna De La Torre, AIA and architect at Humphries Poli Architects
The transition to motherhood was an uncertain one. There’s no way to really know what working will be like once you become a […]

AIA Elevates Four Colorado Architects to the College of Fellows

Denver, February 23, 2018—The 2018 American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Jury of Fellows has elevated 152 architects across the U.S. to the College of Fellows, four of which are from Colorado.

Fellowship is the highest […]

American Institute of Architects Colorado Announces Two New Hires

 

Denver, February 21, 2018—American Institute of Architects (AIA) Colorado has recently hired two new staff members: Nikolaus Remus, AIA, as the government affairs manager and Megan Concannon as the education and programs manager.

Remus has […]

 

Members of the media, please contact AIA Colorado Marketing and Communications Manager, Marisa Pooley, at 303.228.3913.

Creating a Family-Friendly Workplace Culture

By Jen Fumuso, AIA and senior associate at OZ Architecture
I was first forewarned that a degree and career in architecture had demanding hours when I told my college advisor that architecture was my choice of […]

Inside the 2018 Design & Honor Awards Steering Committee

By Daniel Nelson, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, project architect at Tryba Architects

I’m a Midwesterner at heart – born and raised in Michigan. I lived in Chicago for 10 years and just recently moved […]

Architecture Glossary of Terms

Addenda: 
Written or graphic documents, issued before the execution of a contract that modify, clarify or interpret the bid documents.

AIA: 
The American Institute of Architects, a professional organization of registered architects.

Allowance: 
A fixed sum for a specific […]

Reflecting on 5x5x5 Group Mentorship

By Wells Squier, AIA, Principal at Anderson Hallas Architects and Denver Director on the AIA Colorado Board of Directors

One of the many reasons I love the profession of architecture so much centers on the fact that […]

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    Sponsored: Green Roofs for Healthy Cities brings training to Denver

Sponsored: Green Roofs for Healthy Cities brings training to Denver

Sponsored Content
By Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

In November of 2017, the citizens of Denver historically voted in favor of a new law requiring the construction of green roofs and/or solar installations on most new […]

2018 Practice + Design Conference Planning Committee Update

By Matt Cecere, AIA and committee chair and principal of 4240 Architecture
March 20, 2018–Our firm [4240 Architecture] has been interested in this conference for the better part of the last decade.  What has drawn […]

Equity in Architecture 2018

By Meg Schubert Allen, AIA, NCARB at Stantec (formerly RNL) 

Equity is a word often confused with the term equality, being used in tandem and even interchangeably. While both equity and equality are strategies that aim […]

2018 Legislative Session Update

Our Government Affairs Committee and Legislative Subcommittee are hard at work reviewing new bills proposed during the 2018 legislative session that began last month. Here are some items of interest to the architecture profession. […]

Five Tips for Getting a Job in the Architecture Profession

Colorado’s unemployment rate is at an all-time low 3%, while the cost of higher education and architecture degree programs is at an all-time high.

So how can you set yourself apart as an architect and […]

2018 Legislative Session Report

By Nikolaus Remus, AIA Government Affairs Manager for AIA Colorado
Since January, we have been hard at work advocating on behalf of architects at the State Capitol. Now that the 2018 legislative session has ended, […]

2018 Legislative Session Update

Our Government Affairs Committee and Legislative Subcommittee are hard at work reviewing new bills proposed during the 2018 legislative session that began last month. Here are some items of interest to the architecture profession. […]

How Are Laws Passed in Colorado? A Primer for Architects

As you know, advocating on behalf of architects is an important part of our work at AIA Colorado. You probably are also aware that the Colorado Legislative Session is underway, and that we are […]

Reflecting on 5x5x5 Group Mentorship

By Wells Squier, AIA, Principal at Anderson Hallas Architects and Denver Director on the AIA Colorado Board of Directors

One of the many reasons I love the profession of architecture so much centers on the fact that […]

Being a new mom in architecture

By Leanna De La Torre, AIA and architect at Humphries Poli Architects
The transition to motherhood was an uncertain one. There’s no way to really know what working will be like once you become a […]

Thinking about Licensure? So is the NCARB Think Tank

By Avik Guha, AIA, NCARB and architect at Roth Sheppard Architects

Each year, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) selects 12 emerging professionals to serve on the Think Tank. Members of the Think Tank […]

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Please contact the AIA Colorado Marketing and Communications Manager, Marisa Pooley, at 303.228.3913.

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