AIA Philadelphia

Founded in 1869, AIA Philadelphia is among the oldest and most distinguished of AIA Chapters, with a long history of service to members and the public. AIA Philadelphia organizes architects in the region for the purpose of advancing their influence in shaping the built environment, and their…



CANstruction PHL 2017

Each year, the Philadelphia Emerging Architects Committee, in conjunction with AIA Philadelphia and the Center for Architecture and Design, invite Philadelphia’s leading architects, engineers, contractors, design firms and schools of design to participate in CANstruction. It offers our design community the opportunity to make sculptures - made of canned food. Click here for more information. 

Philadelphia’s Modern Architectures: The Heroes and the Misfits

William Whitaker is the curator at the University of Pennsylvania's Architectural Archives. He will present the remaining examples of modernist architecture scattered around the Greater Philadelphia area. The event is $10 for students, $15 for AIA members and $20 for the general public. 

AIA Hosts 'Future of Philadelphia' Event

Scott Gabriel Knowles, a history professor at Drexel University, will discuss how Philadelphia has faced the same challenges as most post-industrial cities in the world, namely loss of manufacturing jobs, residents, and taxes. Knowles will explore how Philadelphia - and the first leader of its City Planning Commission, Ed Bacon - dealt with these changes. 

AIA Philadelphia Annual Meeting

Register here for the event. 
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