AIA NOLA CHAPTER (The American Institute of Architects)

1000 St. Charles Avenue

504-525-8320 Open: M-F 9:30-5

The American Institute of Architects is one of the prominent locations found within New Orleans, where it contributed to the makings of several buildings surrounding itself. The chapter was known for having a good mix of bold visions and welcoming others that seek their help. Throughout the years, its Presidents led several meetings with their guests contributing to their activities. Such events are still part of the current appeal of this New Orleans Chapter. As we speak, the coronavirus has affected the events that would have occurred in March as well as April, but should everything return to normal, these events are ones that visitors should not miss out on:

AIAS TULANE & AIA MENTOR DINNER 2020

Newcomers delving into architecture can get the advice they need with preparing their own buildings; meals are provided for any visitor.

ARCHITECTURE, NEW ORLEANS, AND COVID-19

This webinar discusses what New Orleans has with architecture plans as well as COVID-19.

WIA MENTOR DINNER

The Women in Architecture New Orleans Group is proud to host the chapter’s dinner for the Fall, where they can help guide those that just got into architect.

COMMITTEE MEETING: SMALL FIRM EXCHANGE

The Small Firm Exchange Committee plans to discuss what should be done with planning small firms as well as mention any opportunities for professional advancement for its visitors.

FAIR HOUSING ACCESSIBILITY FIRST DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION TRAINING

Both the Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development join AIA NOLA Chapter in working on their first design as well as construction training for its guests.