The projects shown above on the rotating webpage banners are the 2013 winners. The 2014 projects will soon be ready for you to view. Design Award information and the architect’s names for the 2013 projects – click here  and go to the EVENTS tab above.

The First Charette Competition winner is Desha Ferris !

The winning February Charette design can be viewed by Clicking Here or click on the EVENT tab

The Second Charette Competition. 

The charrette jury could not come to a decision. Therefore, there is no winner for this charrette. As soon as a new charrette design problem is decided, we will again email and post it on our website.

Charette rules can be seen by click here

A Great Event  !

The 28th Annual Installation & Design Awards Banquet
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The AIA San Fernando Valley 28th Annual Installation & Design Awards Banquet took place at the Woodland Hills Country Club.
A great event and a great attendance ! The new 2015 AIA-SFV President – Miguel Maio and the 2015 Board were installed and the 2014 Design Award winning entries were thoroughly enjoyed by all, along with good food and camaraderie. The Design Award projects and the Banquet photographs will soon be prepared and up-loaded to the website for your enjoyment.

2014 AIASFV Scholarship Awards for Woodbury University, School of Architecture Design Students


The Grand Critique Presentation was held on October 21st at the Woodbury University Campus in the Ahmanson Main Space, School of Architecture Building. Dean of the School, Norman Millar, AIA, Assistant Dean Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, AIA, Marc Neveu Ph.D., Chair of the Architecture Department were also present during the festivities. The scholarship awards were presented to the Portfolio Winners from the Grad and Under-Grad Award students.

More information - Click Here

The 2014 Intern Development Program (IDP) Design Competition - Revised Dates

This year the Design Competition is titled “The Valley Rescue Mission” – sponsored by the AIA San Fernando Valley chapter (AIA/SFV).
All entrants win – all entrants who are qualified receive IDP core hour credits as described in the following information sheets and the competition will have intern cash prize categories and this year a new student cash prize category has been added.
Who is eligible:  The design competition is open to all NCARB/IDP participants.

Click here for the Information Flyer and the program outline and project description documents

Programs & Events

Breakfast Program

No April Breakfast Program

Evening Program

Union Station Master Plan Wednesday, April 22nd, 6:30 P.M.

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Emeritus Profiles

Emeritus Profiles – Jerry Pollak AIA-E & Murray Siegel AIA-E
These articles are part of a series profiling emeritus members of the AIA SFV. Many of the members we will be profiling helped create the component as a free‐standing organization.

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