Architecture begins where engineering ends.   Walter Gropius

Architecture begins where engineering ends. Walter Gropius

A design isn’t finished until somebody is using it.    Brenda Laurel

A design isn’t finished until somebody is using it. Brenda Laurel

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.   Leonardo da Vinci

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Leonardo da Vinci

Dude, we live in a desert...

Dude, we live in a desert...

Design is where science and art break even.   Robin Mathew

Design is where science and art break even. Robin Mathew

Design is Intelligence Made Visual.   Alina Wheeler

Design is Intelligence Made Visual. Alina Wheeler

Architecture is invention.   Oscar Niemeyer

Architecture is invention. Oscar Niemeyer

If you can build buildings, why sit on the beach?   Philip Johnson

If you can build buildings, why sit on the beach? Philip Johnson

Good design is good business.   Thomas J. Watson Jr.

Good design is good business. Thomas J. Watson Jr.

 

Find an Architect

Welcome to our growing gallery of AIA Southern Arizona Architects.

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  • Warren Architecture LLC

    Warren Architecture LLC

    AIA

  • Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

    Sakellar Associates Architects & Planners, Inc.

    AIA

  • MBD Architects Inc

    MBD Architects Inc

    AIA

  • Rob Paulus Architects

    Rob Paulus Architects

    AIA

  • LRD Architects

    LRD Architects

    AIA

  • Ibarra Rosano Design Architects

    Ibarra Rosano Design Architects

    AIA

  • GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc.

    GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc.

    AIA

  • Line and Space

    Line and Space

    AIA

  • The Architecture Company

    The Architecture Company

    AIA

  • John Messina Architect

    John Messina Architect

    AIA

  • Robinette Architects, Inc.

    Robinette Architects, Inc.

    AIA

  • Kevin B Howard Architects

    Kevin B Howard Architects

    AIA

  • repp + mclain design and construction

    repp + mclain design and construction

    AIA

  • madeleine boos, architecture + interiors, LLC

    madeleine boos, architecture + interiors, LLC

    AIA

Membership

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AdvocacyAIA Southern Arizona, alongside our lobbyist, supports the needs of the architecture profession by building relationships with organizations and legislators that affect local and state policies. AIA Arizona has an active Government Affairs Committee that continually monitors legislative activity at the federal and state level. These components work together to protect and promote the interests of all Arizona architects.

Networking – Being an AIA Southern Arizona member allows you to network with members from within your local chapter, state component, the Western Mountain Region and the United States. You will also be able to connect with aspiring architects and affiliated professionals.

Recognition – Awards given by AIA Arizona are seen as prestigious honors by architects, affiliated professionals and the general public. Only AIA members are eligible for the various awards.

Public Awareness - Educating the public on the value of good design is one of AIA Southern Arizona’s most important initiatives. With a dedicated public relations professional, AIA Southern Arizona is constantly building relationships with the media and community.

Education – AIA offers many continuing education opportunities through monthly chapter meetings, box lunch programs, our annual state conference regional conference and AIA National Convention. You can also receive continuing education units by reading designated magazine articles, attending webinars and going to other events within the State of Arizona. All active AIA members must successfully complete 18 learning unit (LU) hours each year, with at least 8 of the 18 LU hours relating to health, safety, and/or welfare (HSW).

Cont. Education Resources
Continued Education FAQs:  www.aia.org/cesfaq_default
Continued Education: www.aia.org/conted
Sustainable Design Requirements: www.aia.org/ces_sustainabledesignrequirements
Committee On The Environment: www.aia.org/cote
Fifty To Fifty: www.aia.org/fiftytofifty

 

MEMBERS TRANSFERRING TO ARIZONA
Welcome to Arizona! We look forward to meeting you. To transfer your membership from one component to another, please fill out a transfer form. Click here.

MEMBERS RETIRING FROM THE PROFESSION

We would still like for you to be involved within AIA Arizona. Please fill out this form to become an Emeritus

News

AIA Perspective 2014 Issue 2 AIA Perspective 2014 Issue 1 AIA Perspective 2013

When Robert Miller, director of CAPLA, was asked to write an opinion piece for the Arizona Daily Star on architecture that was built to last, he chose something unexpected – the original Circle Ks. Read the article here.  

In the latest in the Arizona Daily Star’s column on AIA members’ favorite places, Darci Hazelbaker shares about a magical shrine rich with spiritual grace. Check out her article here!  Photo of Darci by Purple Nickel Studio.

There’s still a lot going on after Architecture Week – don’t miss our exciting fall lectures and events!   October 9: A discussion with Robert Swaim, sponsored by AIA Southern Arizona for Tucson Modernism Week October 13: Annual membership meeting and Kenneth Frampton at the Center for Creative Photography October 27: Grace La at the […]

In the latest in the Arizona Daily Star’s column on AIA members’ favorite places, Madeleine Boos tells why the JCC gives her pause. Check out her article here!  Photo of Madeleine by Steph E Photography.

This year’s Architecture Week, September 27 to October 5, will give the public a taste of not only great architecture, but Tucson’s burgeoning downtown. Taste Downtown on Saturday October 4 is a guided architecture/home/’edible’ tour that promotes Tucson’s downtown and University-area eateries and its new Streetcar, in collaboration with Living Streets Alliance. Ticket packages include: […]

Some walk or run to raise money for their favorite charity. Others hold auctions or golf tourneys. In Tucson, every Fall, a group of architecture lovers comes together to build for charity – using cans of food. As part of Architecture Week 2014 and Hunger Action Month, teams from architect, design, engineering and contractor offices […]

In the latest in the Arizona Daily Star’s column on AIA members’ favorite places, Page Repp shares memories from a vibrant downtown hotspot. Check out his article here! 

In the latest in the Arizona Daily Star’s column on AIA members’ favorite places, Dino Sakellar delights in an indoor-outdoor public space he first enjoyed as a boy. Check out his article here! 

Events

Event Calendar AIA Arizona Calendar

There’s still a lot going on after Architecture Week – don’t miss our exciting fall lectures and events!   October 9: A discussion with Robert Swaim, sponsored by AIA Southern Arizona for Tucson Modernism Week October 13: Annual membership meeting and Kenneth Frampton at the Center for Creative Photography October 27: Grace La at the […]

This year’s Architecture Week, September 27 to October 5, will give the public a taste of not only great architecture, but Tucson’s burgeoning downtown. Taste Downtown on Saturday October 4 is a guided architecture/home/’edible’ tour that promotes Tucson’s downtown and University-area eateries and its new Streetcar, in collaboration with Living Streets Alliance. Ticket packages include: […]

Some walk or run to raise money for their favorite charity. Others hold auctions or golf tourneys. In Tucson, every Fall, a group of architecture lovers comes together to build for charity – using cans of food. As part of Architecture Week 2014 and Hunger Action Month, teams from architect, design, engineering and contractor offices […]

Haven’t you heard? Old is the New New. Be part of Architecture Week 2014! #ArchWeek14 Cans, kids, eats and one-of-a-kind architectural streetcar tour make Architecture Week 2014 the most innovative yet This year’s Architecture Week 2014, September 27 to October 5, promises a week of activities that combine great architecture with family activities, hike and […]