The projects are shown above on the rotating webpage banners. For more Design Award information and the architect’s names – click here and go to the EVENTS tab above.
This years upcoming activities
AIA San Fernando Valley is committed to bringing interesting and timely programs to the architectural community. Please join us for this year’s activities!
September 17th Join the chapter at the Tree People on Mulholland at Coldwater Canyon as Tree People‘s own Andy Lipkis lectures us on sustainability in our environment
October 20th AIA San Fernando Valley’s 19th Annual Golf Tournament. Play golf, drink beer, eat a BBQ lunch and buffet dinner all at the prestigious Woodland Hills Country Club
November 12th Join the chapter for the second of the 2.5 hours required to fulfill ADA requirements for licensure renewal at Sportsmen’s Lodge
2014 Design Awards Program & Residential Design Awards Program
It is time for all our architects to start preparing submissions for the 2014 Design Awards and Residential Design Awards program.
Most are familiar with the procedure; however, we are presenting it on the website for your information. 2014 Design Awards Information & Entry forms are available by Clicking Here
The ‘Eligibility’ for projects for AIA San Fernando Valley Chapter member is without respect to project location. Projects by AIA members of any other Chapter are eligible 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).
For more information regarding Categories, submission etc. Click Here
AIA SFV IDP Design Competition - Phase 2 Winners
The AlA SFV IDP Design Competition emerged in response to the challenges associates and emerging professionals face in gaining hours towards their NCARB certification on the path to licensure. The competition, in two phases, involved the programming and design of the library of the future. The neighborhood library of the future will, undoubtedly, be a facility that is quite different from today’s library. The roles libraries play in the life of a neighborhood will evolve over time to provide a new and altered service to the public. The project program asked the question: What will those services be and into what physical form will the library morph to serve the community?
Click here to see the Design Winners, their great products and more information regarding the IDP program