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Designing a better tomorrow: Q&A with AIA Arizona President

Caroline Lobo and suoLL architects were hired to design Grand Canyon University's new 170,000-square-foot College of Science, Engineering and Technology building. (Photo by suoLL architects)

With more than 20-years of experience in architecture, Caroline Lobo, president of American Institute of Architects Arizona, brings a unique perspective and a wealth of experience to AIA in its efforts to promote the architectural profession through the strength and participation of members. In addition to her role as president, Lobo is also the founding… Read More →

Diane Jacobs – Most Influential Women In Commercial Real Estate

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The 12 women who made AZRE’s Most Influential Women in Commercial Real Estate list are an extraordinary bunch. While that seems implied in the recognition, it’s something that goes beyond their professional achievements. Many of these women have held minimum wage jobs, slowly working through the ranks to a C-suite. A few have known the… Read More →

A Glimpse Into 2013 AIA Arizona Awards Chair Jay Silverberg

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Jay Silverberg, AIA Principal | Design Director with Gensler 2013 AIA Arizona Design Awards Chair What kind of design trends or innovations did you see in this year’s submissions? This year’s submissions were highly contextual to our desert environment and regional in their response. Thoughtful use of material, site position and  shade to develop indoor/outdoor… Read More →

Arizona Architects Honored at AIA Awards Gala Saturday

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The American Institute of Architects Arizona Design Awards recognize excellence in design, planning and construction of projects located anywhere in the world that are designed by AIA Arizona architects registered and licensed in Arizona. The awards honor the highest standards of design in response to user requirements, site, context, climate and environment. Each entry, regardless… Read More →

Morris "Mo" Stein: Arizona's Homegrown Architect Icon

Mo Stein

Recently AIA Arizona’s Director of Communications, Raquel Padilla, and Chairman of the AIA Arizona Communications Committee, Christopher Knorr, AIA, sat down with one of our long time members, Morris “Mo” Stein, FAIA and discussed his successful career and the benefits of being involved with the AIA, and many other organizations. I recall as we all… Read More →

Working Internationally: Designs on the International Market

Working Internationally - AZRE Magazine November/December 2011
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AIA Arizona members are bringing their skills to the global stage by working internationally. From Tucson to Phoenix, the rush and excitement of working internationally has hit Arizona architectural firms. With projects in a range of countries from China to France, AIA Arizona  members are bursting upon the global scene and blazing a trail of… Read More →

AIA Arizona: Sharing Success

AIA Arizona - AZRE Magazine November/December 2011
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AIA Arizona members thriving and forging ahead with diverse projects. Despite tough economic times, there are innovative architectural firms and members of AIA Arizona that are thriving and pushing ahead in a shallow market pool. There are many reasons these firms are doing well, some of which may be surprising. Open to Risk and Flexibility… Read More →

2011 AIA Arizona Design Awards

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by in Award Events | National

The American Institute of Architects Arizona Design Awards recognize excellence in design, planning, and construction of projects located anywhere in the world that are designed by AIA Arizona architects registered and licensed in Arizona. The Design Awards honor the highest standards of design in response to user requirements, site, context, climate, and environment. Each entry,… Read More →

AZRE Magazine November/December 2011

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AZRE Magazine November/December 2011: Grand Designs This issue, find out how AIA Arizona Members are bringing their skills to the global issue. Plus, the Arizona Commerce Authority is 1-year old; how are they making a difference? And as part of our centennial series, take a look at some architectural achievements that have graced Arizona’s diverse… Read More →

Green News Roundup – White House Goes Green, Eco Month & More

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by in Blogs | Education | Green | Politics

Welcome to the second installment of our weekly green news roundup. This week we’ve gathered stories about Eco Month, the Sustainability Consortium, solar windows and more. Feel free to send along any stories you’d like to share by e-mailing me at kasia@azbigmedia.com Also visit AZ Green Scene for informative articles focusing on sustainability endeavors in the… Read More →