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When: 6/11/16
Where: Chapter Office
555 S. Oak Knoll Avenue
Pasadena, California  91101
United States
Contact: 626.796.7601

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Method & Materials

Each of the eight ARE lectures will occur at the AIA Chapter office, on alternating Saturday afternoons.

AIAPF is fortunate to have two qualified instructors supporting our Emerging Professional Programs. Bahram Badiyi has been teaching with us for the past ten years, and Dilip Khatri for the past three. Through their tutelage, we have been able to provide a robust educational program for our emerging professionals.

In 2013 the AIAPF Chapter received statewide recognition from the Academy of Emerging Professionals for our unique
approach that resulted in engagement from the community as well as the design arena.

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ARE 2016 Schedule


Saturday, June 11

1:30pm – 6:00pm



AIAPF Chapter Office

555 S. Oak Knoll Ave.

Pasadena, CA  91101


Associate Member $5 (to hold your space; refunded upon attendance)
Student (w/ valid ID) $5 (to hold your space; refunded upon attendance)

Non-Member $10


Bahram Badiyi
McClellan, Badiyi, Associates
Principal & Director of Design

Bahram Badiyi received his Bachelor and Master in Architecture in 1984 and 1987 from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He has worked as Principal in charge of design and Director of Architecture for McClellan, Badiyi Associates since May of 2006. He has been responsible for design and completion of many institutional and commercial projects in the greater southern California. His design work is known for its high visibility and efficiency.

Alongside of his practice, Bahram has been an educator since 1994 for various community colleges in the Los Angeles area. He was the Department Chair for the Architecture and Construction for the College of the Canyons from 2000 to 2003. He is currently teaching at the Los Angeles Valley College where he wrote two new programs one for Sustainable Construction Management and the other for Solar Energy Design awarding Associate Degree in Science. Both programs
were approved by the State of California and are currently being taught.

Bahram received a prestigious AIA award in December of 2013 from the Foothill/Pasadena Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. At the same month he also received another prestigious award from MESA (Mathematic, Engineering, Science and Art) Organization for his teaching contributions and programs he has presented in the field of Architecture. In addition his drawings and sketches have been exhibited in various galleries including Los Angeles Art Association.

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