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Women in Architecture Meet Up @ the Pella Showroom
Date: 2/22/24 4:30 PM / Location: South Burlington, VT
2024 RBES Overview – Substantial Changes from 2020 & How to Comply (1.5 AIA LU/HSW)
Date: 2/23/24 7:30 AM / Location: Online
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Congratulations to the 2023 John Dale Award Winner: Tolya Stonorov, AIA
This award was created to honor the late John Dale, AIA, who dedicated his service to AIAVT for several years and passed away during his term as 2020 president. This peer nomination award recognizes an AIAVT member architect who dedicates their time both to the profession and to their community, and who, like John, is a thoughtful leader, and an advocate for diversity and social equity.
Tolya Stonorov, AIA is being recognized for her dedication to her profession and community as this year's winner of the John Dale Award. Stonorov is a member of the faculty at Norwich University's School of
AIA Vermont Announces Winners of 75 Year Awards
Eleven Vermont buildings were recognized for their architectural significance.
AIAVT Requests Project Proposals for Resilient Design Charrette
Vermont towns are encouraged to submit project ideas to be selected for an afternoon of pro-bono design input from Vermont architects
Pella + Purpose Program Raises $8,850 for AIAVT's Scholars Fund
Thanks to Pella for another successful year of scholarship fundraising!
Welcome New Members
Welcome New AIAVT Members:
Katelyn Hudsond, D.Arch, Ph.D is an architectural designer and researcher. She is a designer with the Cushman Design Group and a former faculty member at Vermont Technical College. She earned degrees from Vermont Technical College and the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture prior to earning her Doctor of Architecture at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and PhD in Architecture at Bond University. Her research focuses on the human:nature connection of biophilic design and the architecture of extreme environments, primarily Antarctica. Beyond the field of
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Interior Designer II or III, Interior Decor and Furnishings
The Interior Designer II or III will collaborate and lead the interior design with Architect/Designer III/IV and needs to be eager to continue learning and developing their skills within Architecture and Interior Design
Architect/Designer II are responsible for supporting all aspects of project documentation in architectural, interior design and landscape drawings
Haynes & Garthwaite Architects, a small firm in Norwich, Vermont, is seeking to hire an Architect or designer.