Welcome to the Palm Beach Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
As the local extension of the national American Institute of Architects professional member association (www.aia.org), AIA Palm Beach promotes professional excellence for licensed area architects, emerging professionals and allied partners. Members participate in continuing education development seminars, public awareness outreach, and design awards competitions to enrich, support and advance their careers and foster personal growth.
Build Palm Beach 2015 registration is Open! Click HERE to register. Build Palm Beach features day-long continuing education programming capped off with a trade show and project display from students and architects.The continuing education classes are just $80 for seven credits and includes lunch. The trade show is free to all to attend however you MUST register to have your name on the list.
Exhibitor space at the trade show is limited. Click HERE to reserve a booth or sponsorship now! Sponsor today to see your logo here.
Thank you to our Sponsors:
GCBA-2015 Housing Summit
Join us for a three part series of informative networking events designed to present the current economic status of the building industry in Palm Beach County. All three events will follow the 4:30 Board Meeting.
Wednesday, January 14th - Sherbrooke Golf and Country Club
Wednesday, February 11th - Sherbrooke Golf and Country Club
Slattery & Associates Architects Planners Inc As part of our mission to highlight the excellent work of our members and share the role that Architects have in shaping our built environment, we have asked our previous Design Award Winners to share their experiences in creating and bringing to completion their projects. These series have been formatted as a recurring unedited conversation that will bring the voice of the Architect to our readers.
A successful relationship between you and your architect depends largely on selecting the right professional for your needs.
Architects are trained in the art and science of designing spaces to meet human requirements. They understand the relationship of space to human needs and can create harmony between interior and exterior and between new and existing spaces.