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McMANSION CHANGE - 15 ft. RULE, EFFECTIVE NOW!

"Effective May 6th, 2013, areas with ceiling heights greater than 15 feet are counted twice towards the gross floor area calculation. All residential building permit applications submitted after May 6th will be required to comply with the revised code."

Additional information can be found on the Residential Advocacy page - https://www.aiaaustin.org/content/residential-advocacy under "Additional Information".

 

Event THIRD BED TOWER ADDITION @ DELL CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER

April 30, 2013 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

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MEMBERS ONLY EVENT!

 

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

5-7pm

RSVP - 452.4332 OR LAUREN@AIAAUSTIN.ORG

LiA Movie Night- Unfinished Spaces

Movie trailer available at http://www.unfinishedspaces.com/trailer.html

Please join “Latinos in Architecture” for our first movie night of the year, featuring “Unfinished Spaces”.  This highly acclaimed movie features Cuba’s ambitious National Arts project, designed by three young artists in the wake of the revolution, neglected and nearly forgotten for several decades, then ultimately rediscovered as a visionary architectural masterpiece.

2013 DV3x2 Internship Program Student Applications

Do you know any high school students 14 years and up who would be interested in job shadowing at three different design firms in a week? If so, have them fill out a student applications for the DV3x2 Internship Program. The internship week is July 8th - 12th. Thursday June 27th is the DV3x2 Kick-off where the students and firms get to meet and mingle at the AIA office. July 18th is the Summer FInale tour and talk, last year we toured the MACC with Jaime Paloma, the previous year we took the students to Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems with Gail Vittori and Pliny Fisk.

Exhibit to Showcase Latino Designers

Just days away from “PERSPECTIVASdosmil12”, we are glad to announce this year’s exhibit will showcase the work of many talented architects and designers from around our wonderful State of Texas.  A record number of entries will display innovative designs created by young professionals and seasoned firms from Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas and Fort Worth.  Additionally, this year we are very excited to be sharing the floor with winning entries from design exhibits organized by AIA Dallas’s “Latinos in Architecture” and “Women in Architecture”.  Exhibit will be on display durin

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