#iwtwi Minneapolis Recap

‘I Want to Work In’ is sponsored by Kodet Architectural Group, Ltd. Kodet Architectural Group, Ltd. is a Minnesota Architecture Firm based in downtown Minneapolis. kodet.com Week 1: Introduction to Minneapolis Week 2: Firm Tour of Kodet’s office in Minneapolis! Week 3: Top 5 Places to Live, Eat, Meet People, Play, and Study in Minneapolis… Read more »


Apply Now for a Free Summer Workshop with Domaine de Boisbuchet in France!

We are pleased to announce that AIAS has partnered with Domaine de Boisbuchet to offer AIAS members the unique opportunity to travel to Lessac, France for one of their 2019 international summer workshops! Established 30 years ago by Alexander von Vegesack, acclaimed cultural entrepreneur/collector and the founder of the Vitra Design Museum, Boisbuchet is a… Read more »


AIAS West Quad Conference 2019 Recap: TEXTURE

At the beginning of April, students came to Bozeman for the 2019 West Quad Conference hosted by Montana State University. Networking The conference kicked off with a firm crawl and dinner for students and professionals to interact. All speakers were invited to give students more opportunity to engage with them.   Sessions All of the… Read more »


AIAS Northeast Quad Conference 2019 Recap: REFLEX

Wentworth Institute of Technology hosted The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) Northeast Quad Conference in Boston, Massachusetts this year from March 7-10, welcoming nearly 300 students to this historic city. Reflex Quad was all about highlighting the reflexive elements of a city through the lens of Boston’s architecture along 4 targeted tracks: Renew, Restore,… Read more »


Call for Amendments to the Proposed Resolutions

The AIAS officially announces an open Call for Amendments to the Proposed Resolutions to the AIAS Council of Presidents.  Proposed amendments to any proposed resolution may be submitted in advance of Grassroots. Discussion and voting on any proposed resolution and amendment will occur at the 2019 Grassroots Council of Presidents.  For any items of importance… Read more »


FBD Live: Apply Now For Full Funding To Grassroots

Calling all public servants!  In celebration of the 15th anniversary of AIAS’ community service program, Freedom By Design, the AIAS will be kicking off FBD Live at our annual AIAS Grassroots Leadership Conference in 2019.   FBD Live is a collaborative, year-long project aimed at educating students and the community about sustainable design. Partnering with… Read more »


Congratulations to the Winners of the 2019 In Studio: Portfolio Competition

The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) and LS3P Associates LTD. is proud to announce the winners of the winter InStudio: Portfolio Competition. AIAS members were asked to share their portfolios to highlight their studio work and to provide inspiration for those looking to enhance their own skill sets. This competition was open to all years… Read more »


#IWTWI – Minneapolis, MN – Top 5

Last week we invited you to join us on Instagram for a firm tour of Kodet Architectural Group, LTD. to get a feel for what it’s like to work in a firm in Minneapolis. This week on I Want to Work In (#iwtwi), we are featuring the top five places to eat, sleep, work, and… Read more »


Grants for FBD Director Attendance at AIAS Grassroots Available for 2019

As part of the NCARB partnership supporting Freedom by Design (FBD), grant funding is once again available to assist with FBD Director attendance at AIAS Grassroots at a $0 registration fee. The standard registration fee is $299. Attendance at Grassroots by the chapter FBD Director is encouraged in order to receive the training, resources, and a… Read more »


April 2019 Chapter Leader of the Month: Elizabeth Wilson

Each month, the AIAS highlights the outstanding dedication and accomplishments of one of its members. The Chapter Leader of the Month can be a Chapter President or any member who has shown tremendous leadership. Congratulations to the March 2019 Chapter Leader of the Month, Dallas Chavez. Elizabeth Wilson is currently a fourth-year architecture student at… Read more »


CRIT Live Recap: Carnegie Mellon University Edition

The co-hosting of AIAS CRIT LIVE and ACSA’s 2019 General Meeting offered students a unique opportunity to place their own work and interests within the context of broader architectural research. Moreover, Pittsburgh — a city serving as the focus of many innovations in the field — offered the perfect environment in which to do so…. Read more »