THE AIA TRUST NEEDS YOUR HELP
We are reaching out on behalf of The AIA Trust. The Trust seeks to fill two open trustee positions. More specifically, components from FL, NY, NJ, TX, New England or South Atlantic Regions (based on the Trust’s geographic balance) are encouraged to share with colleagues in your network.
Please contact Deirdre Boyle at DBoyle@aia.org for additional information.
Public Spaces: Places of Protest, Expression and Social Engagement – writer Christele Harrouk pens an article about the power of Public Spaces:
“Public space” is a legal terminology that tackles the notion of land ownership, suggesting that this type of parcel does not belong to anyone in particular, but to the state itself. Open, free, accessible to all, and financed by public money, these spaces are not only the results of planning, but the consequences of the public practices they hold. Actually, people define how public space is used and what it means.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has released 3D models for retail stores and office spaces to help reopen safely during the pandemic. The Design strategies use an architectural, engineering and administrative framework based upon recent public health information. They also provide cost effective options that can be implemented immediately.
- Tool #1 - Risk Management Plan for Buildings – Provides a comprehensive process for assessing hazards in buildings and reducing risk. The methodology can be applied during the pandemic and for all shocks and stresses to create more resilient buildings and businesses.
- Tool #2 - AIA Re-occupancy Assessment Tool (2.0) – Provides an enhanced framework of strategies for reopening or making buildings safer, including housing, offices, restaurants, retailers, senior living facilities, and schools.
- Tool #3 - COVID-19 ArchMap – Architects can now input design strategies that mitigate risk of COVID-19 for any building type to AIA’s map. The platform is produced in partnership with the University of Kansas’ Institute of Health + Wellness Design and intended to facilitate design innovation.
City of Miami COVID-19 Updates and Openings
TOWN HALL 11 – . Wednesday, June 17 at noon.
EDUCATING ARCHITECTS: MOVING FORWARD. Please join AIA Miami for a panel discussion on how to move forward with the essential task of educating Architects. Pre-register for the Zoom meeting here. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER You can pre-register at any time.
MCAD PRESENTS: URBAN RE-DESIGN: Parks & Public Spaces – Friday, July 17 at noon
Join MCAD and the APA for a conversation about urban design of Parks and Public Spaces post COVID
Stay safe and let us know what AIA Miami can do to help.