Allied Members are not Architects, but are professionals in related fields, who collaborate with and support Architects in the creation of the built environment.
  • Crocker Art Museum Welcomes AIACV Members! Friday June 4, 2010

    The Crocker Art Museum is extending a special invitation to AIACV members to attend a brief presentation and Q&A  with Museum Director Lial Jones and Architect Gerry Gendreau, AIA of Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects. Attendees will be able to see limited areas on the first floor of the...
  • 2010 California Preservation Conference

    Contributed by Luis Sanchez, AIA  City of Sacramento Date: Wednesday, May 12 – Saturday, May 15th, 2010 Join us at the 2010 Conference “The Sierra Nevada – Preserving a Sense of Place” to see why Nevada City and Grass Valley are the perfect backdrop for the California Preservation Conference....
  • Reclaimed Globe Mill Timbers Now Available

    Contributed by: Dustin Littrell, Assoc. AIA 2010 Associate Director Available for the first time, this +97 year old reclaimed wood from Sacramento’s historic Globe Mill is unrivaled in its density, clarity and ageless beauty and unparalleled in its architectural quality and character. The Makers Lab, a local design &...
  • 2010 AIA California Council Design Awards Program

    Each year since 1982, The American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC) has celebrated outstanding architecture through The AIACC Design Awards Program.  The AIACC continues this tradition by inviting you to submit your firm’s recent work.   Categories include Awards for Architecture, Awards for Interior Architecture, Awards for Small Projects,...
  • The Art of Design in Health Care

    On Second Saturday, May 8th, the Chapter Galley will host a special AAH Committee exhibition: “The Art of Design in Health Care.” Architects and designers find great satisfaction in creating spaces that directly impact the healing process. This special exhibition on May 8th will feature several member firms who...
  • 4th Wednesday Design Dialogue – “The American Suburbs”

    Please join us once again for this month’s Fourth Wednesday Design Dialogue (FWDD) as we explore the American Suburbs with Sacramento Architect, David Mogavero: Experimental design may not seem appropriate for Sacramento’s Central City, but the unique set of constraints existing in a less-urban fabric is an ideal setting.
  • CORA Members Call Residential Architects to Action

    A new position paper advocates for change within the profession to re-establish social relevance and credibility. by Meghan Drueding, Senior Editor Residential Architect Magazine In February, four members of the Congress of Residential Architecture (CORA) released a position paper urging change within the profession. Since then, the paper has...
  • AIA Central Valley Endorses CORA Initative on AIA National Convention Agenda

    by Bruce Monighan, AIA AIACV Vice President/President Elect Background On March 25th there was an open meeting to discuss the CORA position paper and what action if any the Chapter should take on it. The present condition of the Cora initiative is that the AIA National has accepted a...
  • Last Chance to Register! American River College Library

    Join us as we tour this demanding, center-of-campus project that accomplishes the library expansion without impacting the existing student plaza on the north. It also recreates the library from a quiet stand-alone facility to an integrated student center. The limited budget for the addition eliminated remodeling the exterior of...
  • Ralph Simoni, Hon AIACC at May Firm Roundtable

    Special invitation for AIACV Firm Principals and Allied Members. Event is generously sponsored by Ideate, Inc. Three times a year, the Chapter brings together firm leaders, our Chapter Corporate Partners and our allied members for a hosted breakfast and discussion on a variety of important issues. On May 4th,...
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