See the 2015 Design Award projects – click here or go to the EVENTS tab above.


The AXP Design Competition

The competition involves the design of a neighborhood park in Los Angeles to be built by the city.  It will include a playground, sports facilities and related buildings.
Click here to download the AXP Flyer
This competition meets all new AXP guidelines as outlined by NCARB. It will include mandatory requirements which will gain participants 160 Core Hours. Optional electives can also be earned up to an additional 75 core hours.
Everyone wins in this contest!
Download the program requirements, the entry form and the project map by Clicking Here

ADA Program No. 2

The second ADA program will be held on November 16, 2016.
The title is “Accessibility update:  Important Changes to the 2016 California Building Code” and will be presented by: Michael Ellars, AIA
Attendees will gain 2.5 HSW/CEU’s credit. Click here for more information

21st Annual Golf Tournament

Even though we were all shocked to see those ‘rain drops’ on Monday morning, San Fernando Valley Chapter’s 21st Annual Golf Tournament was a great event and the course was beautiful. The Woodland Hills Country Club was it’s usual ‘great’ provider and everyone had an excellent day.

Soon we will have information and pictures for you regarding the event – stand by !

The Associates Party at the Fat Dog was a huge success

Here some pictures that show some great networking in action! Click here to see the fun!
It was a fabulous opportunity for associates to informally interact with board members and manufacturers!
The chapter wishes to express a huge thanks to our event sponsors:
Jerry Sherman Architects, Timely, and Caesarstone.

Fall 2016 Architecture Lecture Series
Woodbury School of Architecture

Each semester, Woodbury School of Architecture hosts an architecture lecture series featuring noted academics and practitioners from various design fields. Los Angeles lectures take place in the Ahmanson Main Space on the Burbank campus; San Diego lectures are held in the school’s Main Space in Barrio Logan. This Fall, Woodbury School of Architecture partners with the Helms Bakery District holding a series of panel discussions at the landmark destination for furniture, design, and art. All lectures are free and open to the public. All lectures start at 6:30pm.
Fall Lectures in Los Angeles.
September 27, October 5, October 25, November 1, November 2 – The School of Architecture at Woodbury University is an AIA CES Continuing Education Provider.
More information regarding the Fall Lecture series – Click here

The 2016 AIA SFV Design Awards

Projects by all AIA San Fernando Valley Chapter members are eligible, without respect to project location and projects by AIA members of any Chapter when the project lies within the San Fernando Valley Chapter boundaries (Includes all of Los Angeles County north of Mulholland and the cities of Burbank and Glendale to the east). Submissions are due by October 31st, 2016.

For more information and the submission Template – click here

Programs & Events

Breakfast Program


No Evening Program

Golf Tournament

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The AIA Trust

The purpose of The AIA Trust is to develop and offer insurance and benefit programs of the greatest possible value and to serve as a risk management resource for members and components of the American Institute of Architects. The AIA Trust is dedicated to assisting AIA members in making decisions about complex matters and serves […]

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