AIA Europe Scholarship Awarded

AIA Europe is pleased to announce the 2016-17 AIA Europe Scholarship has been awarded to Jasmin Sadegh, a graduate student at the University of Stuttgart Integrative Technology and Architectural Design Research program (ITECH).

Jasmin moved from the US to Germany after earning a degree in Civil Engineering from Tufts University in 2013. At ITECH, she studies architectural design from various perspectives including structural, computational and fabrication, while her thesis research focuses on lightweight structures and Frei Otto’s form finding methods developed in Stuttgart. 

AIA Europe supports architects with ties to both Europe and the United States, and The AIA Europe Scholarship supports the future generation of architects who aim to think and work across borders.

AIA Europe Section Event in Berlin

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AIA Europe in conjunction with ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory will be hosting a debate entitled, "To BIM or not to BIM" on September 2, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in Berlin, Germany. AIA Europe's Germany Section Director, Gabriela Liebert will be giving introductory remarks. For more details of the debate content and the Berlin location, click Read More below. For those not able to attend, a video of the lectures and discussion will be available here following the event.

AIA International in Prague

Anticipating AIA Europe–AIA International's joint conference in Prague fall 2017, AIA International has been invited to present at this year's Prague Architecture Week. AIA IR has appointed Steven Miller, AIA International Director and representative to the AIA Strategic Council, to lecture about smart cities in relation to the Architecture Week theme, Organic City. From the 26th of September to 9th of October 2016 Architecture Week will be celebrating its 10th year in Prague. AIA IR will also present in the exhibition area of Architecture Week with an exhibit promoting the design excellence and professionalism of the members of the AIA International Region. The exhibition will be in the Manes exhibition building. Click below to see the AW website for more information.