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AIAVT Announces Recipient of a Carol Miklos Grant
AIAVT is pleased to announce that the Winner of the first round of the 2020 Carol Miklos Community Outreach Grant is MRVTV of Waitsfield, in partnership with Yestermorrow.
As part of their mission to educate people in the Mad River Valley and beyond, MRVTV will use the grant funding to document and distribute videos of the presentations given at the 2021 Tiny House Fest.
The fest was born in the spring of 2016, when three friends decided to launch a festival in downtown Brattleboro with human dwellings at the center of the conversation. One friend was in the process of designing and building
Ethan Nutting Awarded AIAVT "Best in Show" Award for Norwich Thesis Project
Each year the Board of Directors of the Vermont Chapter of the American Institute of Architects selects a AIAVT Norwich University Thesis Design Awardee. This year the Board of Directors chose Ethan R. Nutting, M.Arch graduate from the School of Architecture + Art. His project -- Bioclimatic and Regional Design: An Architectural Approach to Ecological Conservation in Vermont was cited by members of the board for being relevant and timely.
The Board appreciated the design connection between the environment and architecture; and stated the presentation “boards were logical and easy to follow.”
AIAVT Supports Black Lives Matter Protests and Protesters Nationwide
A Statement from the AIAVT Board of Directors
Architecture Firms Permitted to Reopen
State Announces Reopening of Professional Service Sector; Firms must abide by CDC and VT Dept. of Health Guidelines (Updated)
AIAVT Survey Results: COVID Impacts on Vermont Architects
AIAVT Shares the Results from our April Survey to Members
AIAVT Seeks Volunteers for 2 Positions
AIAVT is seeking a Disaster Coordinator and a Licensing Advisor
Helping VT Firms Make the 2030 Commitment
Members of AIAVT's COTE Committee Provide Background and Insights on Making the AIA 2030 Commitment
Welcome New AIAVT Members
Chris Adams, AIA
A native Vermonter and graduate of Roger Williams University, Chris Adams, AIA, spent time traveling and sailing before landing design work in Baltimore MD, Keene NH, and then for 20 years as an architect at Bensonwood Homes in Walpole, NH. Chris has designed residential and light commercial projects throughout the northeast, eastern seaboard, and to the west in Montana and California. In 2008 Chris was the lead architect for the This Old House Weston project. He moved on at the end of 2018 to start is own Architecture practice in Dorset, VT. Chris is a licensed architect
The Birth of a Tradition: AIAVT & ASLA VT Ski Night
Jesse Robbins Recounts AIAVT's First Ski Night Event with ASLA VT
AIAVT's Response to Presidential Mandate on Federal Architecture
In matters of architectural style, should the federal government dictate the visual appearance of new buildings, as it has recently attempted to do by issuing proposed changes to the 1962 Guiding Principles for Federal Architecture. The resounding answer from architects in Vermont, as of those around the country, is unequivocally -NO!
AIA Vermont agrees with AIA National’s letter dated 6 February 2020, in which it states, in part “The AIA, and its 95,000 members, works to advance our nation’s quality of life and protect the public’s health, safety and welfare through design, as it has done
Running Your Firm During Coronavirus
A collection of resources to help Vermont's architects navigate the economic impacts of the Coronavirus.
Working From Home: Information for Vermont Architects
We've gathered together some suggestions for remote work options that can help firms navigate the shift during the Coronavirus Pandemic.