** THURSDAY **
March 26, 2015
AIAT Monthly Chapter Meeting
Location: Toledo Zoo Lodge
Speaker: Ursula Currie with EHDD
Program: The Aquarium Project at the Toledo Zoo, followed by a tour (subject to availability)
ABSOLUTE RESERVATION DEADLINE
NOON - March 11th
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Registration opens soon!
April 14, 2015
AIAT Monthly Chapter Meeting
Location: BGSU (campus venue TBD)
Speaker: Eddie Jones
This will be a joint meeting with BGSU students
April 20-24, 2015
CELEBRATION OF ARCHITECTURE WEEK
The Celebration activities will kick off Monday with Joe Napoli - Toledo MudHens discussing plans for downtown's Henville project followed by an ice-breaker reception. Wednesday we tour a steel-fab plant, have lunch and education sessions and end our day with the High School Design Awards reception and banquet. The celebration continues Thursday morning with the annual vendor showcase & education sessions. We close the week Thursday evening with the Architect of the Year, Emerging Professional of the Year and Design Awards Dinner on Thursday evening.
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BGSU-AIAS Lecture Series
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NOMINATIONS CLOSE THIS FRIDAY 3/13!
AIA Toledo ARCHITECT of the YEAR & AIA Toledo EMERGING PROFESSIONAL of the YEAR
The deadline to submit nominations for the award is March 13, 2015
The AIA Toledo 2015 Design Awards Call for Entries are now closed!
The Jury Chair for the 2015 Design Awards Program will be Margaret Sprug, AIA - Principal ; Miller Hull Partnership
AIA National has assembled a “Best Practice” database, which has an especially insightful series of recommendations for firms preparing design award submissions. Although it dates back to 2008, the recommendations and the building blocks of a clear submission are timeless. It is well worth the read! Click here for article!
The AIA Toledo Design Awards Program was established to recognize design excellence for private and public projects of quality and honor works of distinction located in Northwest Ohio. The awards stand as an affirmation of the diversity and quality of our contemporary regional architecture. The AIA Toledo Design Awards Program is founded on the belief that excellence knows neither region nor style, and is not a function of budget, project size or building type.
The projects are selected to receive gold HONOR AWARDS and silver CITATION AWARDS by a distinguished Design Award Jury made up of Architects and Designers from across the Nation.
The AIA Toledo High School Design Competition is the longest running program of its kind in the history of the American Institute of Architects. It is a nationally recognized, award winning program and we are very proud of the accomplishments of all of our students. Over $10,000 in scholarships and prizes were awarded last year and we intend to award just as much this year!