• Saarinen Exhibition Opens in L.A.

    Eero Saarinen: A Reputation for Innovation highlights the work of a Finnish-born architect who designed American icons.

  • Yale Symposium on How Architecture Affects Sound

    The Yale School of Architecture is presenting three days of panels, presentations, and lectures on The Sound of Architecture.

  • San Francisco Architecture Festival

    San Francisco residents and visitors alike can learn more about the history and architecture of this beautiful city as AIA San Francisco sponsors a month of architecture and design activities open to everyone.

  • ASID’s Emerging Pro Takeover Month

    The programs—focused on career development, education, and mentoring—include interviews with society fellows and webinars (listed below) and are open to ASID members and non-members.

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    Across the Institute

    Asbury Park, Richmond, Miami, Charleston

  • Rome Prize Call for Entries

    Applications for the Rome Prize fellowship are due Nov. 1; winners will receive a six-month or 11-month fellowship.

  • Toilets for the 36 Percent

    The Bill & Melinda Gates foundation announced the winners of its Reinvent the Toilet Challenge, designed to foster innovation and fund developments of hygenic toilets worldwide.

  • AIA California Announces Residential Design Competition

    The program celebrates the practice of residential architecture as it recovers alongside the economy.

  • USGBC to Co-Host Sustainable Residential, Affordable Housing Conference

    The Greenbuild summit will focus on planning, financing, developing, and managing green affordable housing projects.

  • Ninety Years of Household Designs by California Women

    The Autry is showcasing the work of 46 women designers who created more than 200 functional pieces of art during a span of 90 years. If that's not enough to impress, try this: They're all from one U.S. state.

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