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Attainable housing is on the Governor's mind. Now more than ever is the time to have a seat at the table. Where does the actual crisis in housing today lie? How might architect's design thinking influence housing policy, design and production. Can architectural IDEATION, INNOVATION and IMPLEMENTATION address housing attainability for all? This one-day conference on March 29th present design-driven conversations about solutions for our communities and state. Keynote speaker is Anne Fougeron, FAIA. REGISTER


 

MEMORIAL FOR JOHN LUTTRELL, AIA

Please join in the celebration of life and legacy of longtime member John Luttrell, AIA who passed away on February 9th. Attend the special memorial on the afternoon of Saturday, February 23. If you have a favorite memory or photo(s) to share, please send to director@aiapf.org

 


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EMERGING PROFESSIONALS EVENT 2/23 (FREE!)

Join AIAPF emerging professionals for this one-day event. Learn from a great panel of professionals! Get informed about the latest from NCARB and about the ARE. After the panel discussion get your resume/portfolio reviewed and have your interview skills evaluated. Great FREE event!

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RESTAURANTOUR 2/26

Who doesn't love a good bbq? Come on over for a fun evening at good ol' Gus's! Inspired by the many regions of the South, Gus’s has been serving real pit BBQ and true Southern hospitality since 1946. Seats are limited so save your spot today.

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FRIDAY FORUM 3/8
WILDFIRE PREVENTION / DISCUSSION

With year-round fire season as the "new normal" in SoCal, this timely discussion about wildfire prevention and how we can design with fire prevention in mind is important. The speaker will be Jeremy Cawn, City of Glendale, Fire Prevention Inspector.

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AIA|LA Residential Architecture Awards - deadline to enter is 2/21

The Residential Architecture Awards extends the Chapter’s commitment to honoring work at all scales from firms of all sizes. (Whether a firm recently launched with a renovation or small-scale residence; is a well-established office that completes multi-unit projects of 50+ units consistently; or specializes in senior or assisted living projects—there is an RAA category tailored to scale of work and more. Projects remain within category they are entered in throughout the RAA process. For example, residences of under 2500 sf are considered by the jury together, and subsequently awarded within that category. The same process is followed for multi-family projects of 50+ units, and all categories in between. INFO/REGISTER


USGBC-LA Breakfast of Champions 2/21

How Sustainability Can Build Value in Construction

Join CMAA and he U.S. Green Building Council-Los Angeles to learn about how major public agencies are executing their sustainability plans to add value. Panelists include Gary Gero, Chief Sustainability Officer, County of LA and others. REGISTER


AIA|LA WiA Speed Mentoring 2019 2/28

Looking to develop your goals, seeking broader perspectives or facing challenges? Wanting to share your wisdom and experiences? Please join the Women in Architecture Committee’s (WiA) for our very popular Speed Mentoring event. Modeled after speed dating, speed mentoring focuses on a quick exchange of information in the form of small group discussions on goals and professional challenges. Attendees will participate in several sessions, interacting with women of all professional levels. It’s an efficient way to rapidly build your professional network, and share successful ways to excel in the design profession. Who knows you might just find someone that is a good fit for an on-going mentor relationship! REGISTER


A COTE AIA|LA Symposium on Climate Change 3/1


With the United Nation's recent report noting the difference in consequences between a 1.5 and 2 degree Celsius increase in temperature, now, more than ever it's important to equip architects with essential technologies, strategies, and tools that address climate change. The 2°C Symposium is an opportunity to learn essential technologies, strategies and tools that address climate change at a critical time for our collective future. Its name refers to the Paris Climate Agreement that identified holding the increase in global average temperature to below 2 °Celsius above pre-industrial levels in hopes of preventing irreversible and damaging climatic patterns. REGISTER

 

 


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