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AIAWJ Photo Competition Celebrates 10th Year

AIA West Jersey Annual Architectural Photography Competition Call For Entries

2015 – Call for Entries

The AIA West Jersey Photography Competition enters it’s 10th year and has opened the competition for entry submissions.   236 more words

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My Favorite Places - Mechanic Street

A new series has started – My Favorite Places

This will be an ongoing series of articles, written by architects about some of there favorite or most memorable spaces.   274 more words

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CANstruction 2015 - Call for Entries

Forms of Communication

The 2015 CANstruction event will be held October 8th through 18th at the Livingston Mall, Livingston NJ.

Entry Deadline – Sept 8… 22 more words

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ikon.5 Architects Receives Award for Newark Community Center

Princeton, N.J.-Based Firm Designs Training, Recreation and Education Center for Newark Housing Authority

AIA-NJ has recognized Princeton, N.J.-based design firm ikon.5 Architects, with a Merit Award in the Unbuilt category for the design of a new Training, Recreation and Education Center in Newark, NJ. 256 more words

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AIA New Jersey and Houzz

We are excited to announce our participation in the Houzz Affiliation Badge Program. Houzz has become the leading online platform for home remodeling and design. With more than 25 million homeowners using Houzz every month, we know that using Houzz can help you build your brand and grow your business. 83 more words

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Structural Systems Seminar

ARE Structure Seminar

with Professor David Thaddeus, AIA, NCARB

October 2, 3 & 4, 2015
Courtyard Marriott Downtown, Broad Street, Newark

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Architect's League 2015 Scholarships

The Architects League of Northern New Jersey, a section of AIA-NJ, is pleased to announce the following as recipients  of our 2015 Scholarship Awards.

The Architects League Scholastic Achievement Award is given to undergraduate & graduate students for scholastic excellence in architectural design.  219 more words

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