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For all media inquiries, contact Marisa Pooley, APR at marisa@aiacolorado.org or 303.228.3913.

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 […]

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    Firm Owner and Principal Sarah Broughton, AIA, Celebrates 15 Years of Creating a Culture of Inclusion

Firm Owner and Principal Sarah Broughton, AIA, Celebrates 15 Years of Creating a Culture of Inclusion

Based in Aspen and Denver, Rowland + Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design will celebrate their 15th anniversary in June of this year. In terms of services, the firm has evolved since it first started, now […]

The Olympics’ Loss is Architecture’s Gain

Nathan Pepper, Associate AIA had two dreams in life: to be an Olympian and to be an architect.

“When I realized I wouldn’t be an Olympian, I became an architect,” said Pepper. “I’ve always been […]

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    Nicole Nathan, AIA, LEED AP, Paves the Way for Gender Diversity in Architecture and Design

Nicole Nathan, AIA, LEED AP, Paves the Way for Gender Diversity in Architecture and Design

As our industry continues to encourage diversity within the profession, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE is working hard to ensure a diversity of perspectives to better serve its clients and inform its design. The architecture and interior design […]

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    Dr. Margarita Gonzalez Cardenas travels the world practicing and studying architecture

Dr. Margarita Gonzalez Cardenas travels the world practicing and studying architecture

Dr. Margarita Gonzalez Cardenas, Associate AIA speaks architecture in numerous languages.

Colombian-born, Dr. Gonzalez was inspired by her civil engineer father. By the time she went to architecture school, she was very familiar with the […]

AIA Colorado Looks at Blueprint Denver

By Nikolaus Remus, AIA and Ignacio Correa-Ortiz, AIA
Have you ever requested a rezoning for a project because the current zoning did not seem to reflect the aspirations and the potential of the city and […]

AIA Colorado Board proposes forward-thinking changes to the organization

2018 Bylaws Amendments and Changes: Questions and Answers

How growth is impacting Colorado’s neighbors

The 2018 AIA Colorado Practice + Design Conference (P+DC) theme is “A State of Growth” and is focused on the rapidly changing environment and state of architecture here in Colorado. While this construction boom […]

AIA launches initiatives to shape school design policies

Details legislative goals that support school design resources and funding.
WASHINGTON – Aug. 13, 2018 – The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and its members are launching a variety of initiatives to help address violence in […]

Three tips for passing the ARE

By Meg Shubert Allen, AIA; Stantec
Three years ago at this time, I was enjoying the last bit of summer before I would buckle down and start studying for my last three architectural registration exams. […]

Tips for finding the right civic engagement opportunity

Architects engage with our communities every day through the work we do. Clients, contractors, building occupants, local governments, and neighborhood residents are just some of the some of the groups we interact with, educate, […]

AIA State Government Network Annual Conference report

By Nikolaus Remus, AIA; AIA Colorado

This month I had the opportunity, along with volunteer Brandon Gossard, Assoc. AIA from the Government Affairs Committee, of representing AIA Colorado at the annual AIA State Government Network […]

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    While we’re on the topic of diversity… a perspective on gender balance in the profession

While we’re on the topic of diversity… a perspective on gender balance in the profession

By Ali Menke Joiner, AIA, architect at Shears Adkins Rockmore
Being an architect is hard. We go through rigorous studio sessions in college to achieve a degree, only then to prove our value creatively and […]

Recap: A’18 through the eyes of an AIA Colorado member

By Avik Guha, AIA, Roth Sheppard Architects
The A’18 Conference in New York City comes at a remarkable time of change in the Big Apple, 30 years since the previous time the city hosted AIA’s […]

 

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