2024 Architects Foundation Scholars Selected

June 27, 2024

Washington — The Architects Foundation today announced the recipients for three of its scholarship programs that support future leaders of the profession in equity, diversity, and sustainability. The Architects Foundation is continuing to support the future of the architecture profession by recognizing and supporting scholars through an ever-expanding scholarship and grant program offering. Names listed … Continue reading 2024 Architects Foundation Scholars Selected

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Inspiration and Innovation at AIA24

June 12, 2024

Last week, the American Institute of Architects welcomed thousands of architects and design and building industry professionals to Washington, DC, for the AIA Conference on Architecture & Design (AIA24). Tours, workshops, panel discussions, exhibits, and events showcased the many ways that AIA members are designing a better world together. With support from Material Bank, the … Continue reading Inspiration and Innovation at AIA24

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$20,000 for 20 Years: Advancing the Pettigrew ARE Scholarship

April 22, 2024

This year, the Architects Foundation commemorates the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship. To mark this significant milestone, we aim to raise $20,000 in support of the scholarship fund. Since its inception, the scholarship has empowered talented individuals to continue on the path towards becoming a licensed architect, by … Continue reading $20,000 for 20 Years: Advancing the Pettigrew ARE Scholarship

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Octagon Intern Research Blog: The Women of The Octagon

March 12, 2024

Written by AF Staff, Research by Kayla Laws This Women’s History Month, The Octagon celebrates two dynamic women who have made a mark on this historic home. “Ann Ogle Tayloe 1804,” By Gilbert Stuart, image from The Octagon archives Ann Ogle Tayloe was born in 1772 to Maryland Governor Benjamin Ogle and his wife, Henrietta. … Continue reading Octagon Intern Research Blog: The Women of The Octagon

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