John D. Fry was elected to the AIANYS Board of Directors as VP Knowledge.Read More
The American Institute of Architecture Hudson Valley Chapter and Dutchess Community College jointly sponsored an Information Night about architecture, architectural education and the profession.Read More
Jaclyn Tyler, AIA has been a instrumental part of AIA WHV since joining over 10 years ago.
Her commitment to the Architectural field has gained her respect amongst her peers across the Hudson Valley. Jaclyn’s drive for excellence is seen not only in her designs but transfers seamlessly to her clients and professional affiliations.Read More
Exciting news! We are developing an interactive map that contains licensed architects and firms in our area. This will allow homeowners, potential clients, and other industry professionals to easily find reliable architects for projects of all sizes.
To participate on this exciting the development, please click the link below and fill out your information and pay the $50 annual fee below.Read More
On June 21, Papp Architects’ Associate Principal, Patrick J. Bates, AIA, was honored by the Business Council of Westchester for being named a 2018 "Rising Star." Rising Stars honorees were chosen based on professional and/or entrepreneurial accomplishments, professional and/or business affiliations, and demonstrated leadership skills. Please join us in congratulating Patrick on this impressive achievement.Read More
The 2017 Survey of Architectural Registration Boards indicates architects in the United States rose to 113,554, a 3 percent increase since 2016. Surveys have also shown that the number of out of state licenses has risen to the second highest number on record, showing that architects have the mobility they need to move their work across borders.Read More
It is will great gratitude and humility that AIAWHV is delighted to announce that State Senator Terrance P. Murphy, New York State Senate District 40, has agreed to sign on as a Co-Sponsor of the 10-Year Statute of Repose BillRead More
Architecture always begins as an idea....
AIANYS Advocacy Day – May 17th, 2017 at the State Capitol Building, Albany, NY
AIA representatives from across New York State will come together to meet with State Senators and Assemblymembers to advocate for some of the most pressing issues facing the architecture profession. Combined, the statewide group of chapter members will meet legislators and their staffs to inform them on how their decisions can impact architects and the profession. We also are able to use this as an opportunity to ask legislators about their interests and those of their constituents, and to offer insights into how architects can advance their causes.
MT. ST. MICHAEL ACADEMY ARCHITECTURE CLUB
2016 – 2017 Program
This program, an initiative of the Westchester Hudson Valley American Institute of Architects, looks optimistically towards a future for our profession that is diverse, inclusive and truly representative of the society which we serve.
This year, our Chapter’s dormant urban after-school enrichment program, which ran for 6 years at the Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School in downtown Yonkers, has been restarted at the Mount Saint Michael Academy in the Bronx. The kids participating in this “Architecture Club” are in the 6th through 12th grades, so we have been developing a more substantive curriculum as well as mentoring those interested in applying to Architecture School and pursuing careers in Architecture.
Over the course of the school year we are running 28 sessions, all taught by volunteer Architects from our Chapter. The attached material is a class by class record of our session content, projects and field trips for the first half of the current school year.Read More