The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has announced the recipients of the 2010 Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement, which recognizes the valuable contributions of allied professionals, clients, organizations, architect teams, knowledge communities, and others who have positively influenced or advanced the architectural profession.

  • The Architect's NewspaperDescribed by the AIA as a "comprehensive source for news and debate," this independent newspaper helps advance knowledge and public awareness around issues that affect anyone working in the design and building industry, as well as those simply interested in the built environment. The publication strives to accurately reflect the concerns and interests of practicing architects while maintaining an accessibility and readability for those outside of the profession.

  • Texas Architect magazine—Although this magazine is the official publication of the Texas Society of Architects (TSA), its circulation of 12,000 reaches beyond Texas' borders to 40 other states. As long as a topic or event is relevant to the TSA's core membership, Texas Architect will cover it regardless of where in the world it takes place.

  • The Alaska Design Forum—A non-profit organization for architects, artists, and designers who work in Alaska (resident or not), The Alaska Design Forum (ADF) seeks to expand the discussion of design and the built environment within the state and to educate the general public about the value of art and design. The ADF works to counteract the isolation of design practitioners and artists in Alaska, and to nurture them, by organizing workshops, exhibitions, performances, competitions, publications, and lectures.