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

The 2016 AIA SFV Design Awards Banquet

The AIA San Fernando Valley Chapter held the 30th Annual Installation and Design Awards Banquet on Saturday February, 4th and it was a great success. Projects that were entered for the awards were by AIA members of the San Fernando Valley Chapter and other Chapter members who prepared projects within the San Fernando Valley Chapter boundaries.

More information and photographs of the event as well as the winner’s designs will soon be presented on the website.

2016 AIA/SFV & AIA/SFV Endowment FUND Scholarship Awards at Woodbury University

2016-winnersThe Grand Critique Presentation was held on November 8th at the Woodbury University Campus in the Ahmanson Main Space, School of Architecture Building. Interim Dean of the SoA Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter and Marc Neveu PhD, Chair of the Architecture Department, were also present during the festivities. The scholarship awards were presented to the three 5th year Grand Critique and eight additional winners selected based on portfolios submitted by the Grad and Under-Grad students.

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The AXP Design Competition

Registration is complete and we are in the project review process. 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.
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 – So everyone wins in this contest!
If you are interested in reviewing the requirements for the entrants, you can still download the program requirements and the project map by Clicking Here

Spring 2017 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

Join us for our 2017 Spring Lecture Series at the School of Architecture. All lectures and exhibitions are open to the public and free.
Burbank Campus
7500 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank, CA 91504
2/3     Womanhouse and WomEnhouse: A Twenty-Year Perspective on Feminism and Architecture
2/7     Doris Sung
2/21   Elizabeth Golden
2/28   Michael Maltzan
3/7     Ted Smith
3/28   Urbanism & Infrastructure panel discussion @ Woodbury Burbank
4/4     Ersela Kripa & Stephen Mueller
4/7-4/8 Unmentionables Symposium @ Helms Bakery

More information regarding the Fall Lecture series – Click here

 21st Annual Golf Tournament

Click here to view the slide show pictures of the event – Click !

Programs & Events

Breakfast Program

No Breakfast Program in February

Evening Program

The 2016 AIA SFV Design Awards Banquet and Installation
The Banquet is on Saturday February 4th, 2017 at 6:30 pm.

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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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