Infographic: The AIA History

Today,  over 17,000 architects and designers, contractors and project managers, magazines and bloggers (including us) will converge on the Capital for the American Institute of Architects’ () 144th National Convention, Design ConnectsSo let’s take a moment to reflect on this Association’s long history, intertwined with our nation’s history, and look at how it’s evolved to become both a vital resource for working/emerging architects and the voice of the architecture profession today.

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Cite: Saieh, Nico. "Infographic: The AIA History" 17 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=235162>

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    I believe AIA stands for American Institute of Architects, not Architecture.

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    What have you done for me lately? …30 years on the timeline from 1982 to 2012 with nothing of significance. Maybe this is evidence of some larger problems.

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      It seems the AIA’s only real purpose is to threaten legal action against anyone who has the audacity to call themselves an architect without being pre-approved by the AIA. Definitely an outdated institution which will hopefully disappear soon!

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