November AAJ Conference Focuses on Social Justice


(10/01/2014)
The 2014 AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice’s national conference, held November 5-7 in St. Louis, will focus on architecture for social justice, highlighting a growing trend in the correctional design community.

Deadline Approaching to Submit Projects for AIA’s Justice Facilities Review


(01/15/2013)
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Academy of Architecture for Justice is currently in its final month of accepting project submissions for its 2013 Justice Facilities Review.

A Passion for the Perfect Design

By Torrey Sims
(12/29/2011)
The design of a new California jail is one woman’s passion and potentially an architect’s greatest challenge.

HOK's Oraftik Elevated to College of Fellows


(06/24/2010)
The American Institute of Architects elevated Chuck Oraftik, FAIA, senior vice president and co-director of justice at the San Francisco office of international design firm HOK, to the organization's College of Fellows.

AIA Committee Names Top 10 Projects


(04/21/2010)
The American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment released its annual top 10 list for sustainable architecture and green design.

Justice Facility Review Deadline Approaches


(03/30/2010)
Time is fast running out to submit projects for consideration in the AIA’s annual Justice Facilities Review — the deadline for submission is 5:00 p.m. EST April 5, 2010.

Slight Rebound in Architecture Billings Index


(03/24/2010)
Following a drop of nearly three points last fall, the Architecture Billings Index nudged up more than two points from January to February, according to figures released today.
 

Slight Rebound in Architecture Billings Index


(03/24/2010)
Following a drop of nearly three points last fall, the Architecture Billings Index nudged up more than two points from January to February, according to figures released today.