PHOTO: Mariposa. LOHA. Detail of Photo by Paul Vu

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12.06.18 | BLOG
Escher GuneWardena Architecture on Lautner’s Chemosphere and More
The noted restoration team, who will lead a tour of Church on the Epiphany, opens up about famed commissions.
12.19.18 | News
Value, Relevancy, Inspiration, Inclusivity and Advocacy in 2018
Find out what 2018 programs, activities, and initiatives fulfill the five mandates which compose the 2018-2020 AIA|LA Strategic Plan.
It's Not About the Numbers
A quick look back at 2018.

11.19.18 | NEWS BRIEF
AIA|LA And A+D Team Up for Kids Draw Architecture 2018
AIA|LA joined AIA Chapters across the country hosting a Kids Draw event, designed to encourage kids interested in design.
12.03.18 | IN MEMORIAM
Sarah Ann Dennison, FAIA, 1948-2018
AIA|LA remembers Sarah Ann Dennison, FAIA, a Los Angeles architect who turned her lifelong love of science into a career providing university buildings for the study of science.
12.06.18 | NEWS BRIEF
Legislative Day Wins 2018
A powerful array of city hall figures committed to working with AIA|LA members on Legislative Day 2018.

09.30.18 | PRESS RELEASE
2018 AIA|LA Design Awards Winners Announced
Discover the recipients of this year's Design Awards, Next LA Awards, and COTE LA Awards.
11.13.18 | BLOG
Be On An A'20 Task Force
A'20, National's Conference on Architecture, is alighting Los Angeles in 2020. Here's how you can shape the conference and increase your profile nationally.
11.15.18 | PRESS RELEASE
AIA|LA Announces Our 2019 Board of Directors
Find out more about the individuals who will lead your Chapter in 2019. Stay involved, join a committee, attend AIA|LA meetings, connect with leadership.

Elections for the 2019 AIA|LA Board
Discover who the candidates are for the 2019 AIA|LA Board of Directors, read their platforms and, if you're an AIA|LA Architect or Assoc. member--vote.
10.16.18 | BLOG
The Beautiful Vision of 2018 Emerging Practice Recipient Ed Ogosta, AIA
Where would Ed Ogosta, AIA, visit in LA if he had four hours off? Find out in this Q&A.
10.16.18 | BLOG
It Began at the Getty Villa—Hathaway Dinwiddie’s Steve Smith
Hathaway Dinwiddie has been named the 2018 AIA|LA Design Advocate-Builder The company's Steve Smith answers the honoree Q&A.

10.16.18 | BLOG
"Enhance People's Lives"
What drove the 2018 Building Team of the Year? Ernest Cirangle, FAIA, Design Principal, HOK's Los Angeles Office with an answer.
10.16.18 | BLOG
Getting There—Metro’s Jenna Hornstock, Hon. AIA|LA
When it came to answering the Honoree Q&A, we weren't surprised that Jenna Hornstock's answers were transportation-centric.
10.16.18 | BLOG
In the Light—Honorary AIA|LA Anne Frederiksen
Anne Frederiksen, who will be bestowed an Hon. AIA|LA, as a Nordic touch.

"I love the architecture of trees, cliffs, and water..."
Isabelle Duvivier, FAIA, LEED AP, architect and member of the Community Forest Advisory Committee, answers the Citizen Architect Q&A and offers strategies to protect watersheds.
Nine Stellar Jurors
Architects and designers from across the country convened in September to select 2018 Design Awards, Next LA Awards, and COTE LA winners. To discover who these exceptional talents are:
Student Internship Program
Call to all firms: Pledge to hire college + university architecture students facing housing insecurity.

2018 Educator of the Year Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, FAIA
What is the dream commission of the Dean of Woodbury University's School of Architecture. Find out in this 2018 Honoree Q&A.
Michael A. Enomoto, FAIA, 2018 Gold Medal Recipient
The array of projects 2018 Gold Medal winner Michael A. Enomoto, FAIA, has had his hands in dazzling. Discover which significant projects they are in this Honoree Q&A.
Renee Dake Wilson, AIA, Firm-Principal and Planning Commissioner
What are the most pressing issues facing Los Angeles in 2018? This architect and City of Los Angeles Planning Commissioner shares her thoughts.

AIA|LA Releases EDI Guide
In response to members' requests to further core values, our chapter has compiled tools to actualize diverse practices.
Robert Tyler, FAIA, 1926-2018
AIA Los Angeles remembers Robert Tyler, FAIA, distinguished longtime member and former Chapter President, who passed away in June in Laguna Beach.
AIA|LA Citizen Architect
Rebecca Abano, AIA
Ms. Abano answers questions about her role as the City Architect for Santa Monica

Resolving the Homeless Crisis
10 proposed solutions to ameliorate the crisis from speakers at the AIA|LA's recent D4D conference.
2019 Call For Nominations
Influence the AIA|LA and the field in Los Angeles.

PHOTO: Banner: Mariposa. LOHA. Detail of Photo by Paul Vu || Row 1: (L) Animo South Los Angeles. Brooks + Scarpa. Detail of a photo by Tara Wujcik | (C) David Adjaye Hon. FAIA. Detail of a photo by Todd Winters || Row 2: (L) Graphic | (C) Ed Ogosta, AIA photo courtesy Ed Ogosta | (R) Getty Villa. Photo Courtesy Randall Howard || Row 4: (L) photo: courtesy Ingalil Wahlroos-Ritter, FAIA | (R) Terminal Islanders Memorial. Executive Architect and Design Architect: Gruen Associates. Photo: RMA Photography || Row 5: (L) photo: AIA|LA Staff | (C) Pauley Pavilion. Welton Becket and Associates. Courtesy UCLA Library University Archives | (R) photo: courtesy of Rebecca Abano || Row 6: (L) photo: AIA|LA Staff | (R) photo: AIA|LA Staff