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Cities and power: Might is set in stone

Those in power have throughout history understood the visceral psychological and emotional impact that the built environment has on us. We all feel this as we pass under the shadow of a corporate skyscraper or across a windswept military parade ground. Only those in the...

source: By Lucy Wallwork
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Ms. Nadene S. Taylor Associate AIA Mr. Ira L. Smith Associate AIA Miss Adrianna F. Griffith AIA Mr. Steven P. Papadatos AIA Ms. Breta D. Bishop Associate AIA Ms. Courtney LaRuffa AIA Mr. Austin D. Crowley AIA...

source: AIA NJ

After more than a decade successfully leading The American Institute of Architects (AIA), EVP/Chief Executive Officer Robert Ivy, FAIA, today announced he will retire at the end of 2021. “Robert’s leadership and vision have been instrumental in successfully...

source: AIANJ

As the days in New Jersey grow longer and warmer, our municipalities will be looking to attract shoppers and diners to their towns. New Jersey Family has identified towns that they believe make terrific destinations for a day trip....

source: AIANJ

In celebration of Earth Day 2021 – AIANJ COTE would like to highlight the COTE Top Ten Awards.

source: AIANJ

For many years William M. Brown III, FAIA has mentored children at various elementary schools in Newark, Orange, and East Orange, NJ. One special school has been the Dr. John Howard Elementary School of East Orange, NJ, where the former and now retired Guidance Counselor,...

source: AIANJ

Nominations are currently being accepted for the following elected offices of the 2022 AIA New Jersey Executive Committee.

source: AIANJ


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