Building a Walkable/Bikeable City by Jennifer Boezwinkle, AIA
In honor of National “Bike to Work Week,” the Grand Rapids Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is supporting the week of May 11-15 “Active Commute” week. The goal of Active Commute Week is to encourage people to find alternate forms of transportation to and from work -– walking, biking, or forms of mass transit –- that are healthier and more environmentally friendly. The hope is that one week of changed behavior will spur longer lasting behavioral changes in people.Read More >>
Each year, your AIA Grand Rapids Board of Directors is faced, as is every organization, with succession--the need to find and develop new leadership. The Board is asking that you seriously consider yourself or others that you think would be particularly well suited to serve on the AIAGR Board by nominating that person. Please contact me if you are interested in serving on the AIA Grand Rapids Board, if you know anyone who would be interested, or if you have any questions.Read More >>
Marble Fairbanks is an award-winning architecture firm from New York. Karen Fairbanks (founding partner) is originally from Grand Rapids and was awarded the 2013 Distinguishing Alumna of Taubman College of Architecture. Please join us for this lecture presented by Karen Fairbanks as she will be discussing her firm's latest projects and innovative designs.Read More >>
Thursday, February 26, 2015
5:30 pm Cocktails/6 pm Bowling
Clique Lanes (Upper Level)
533 Stocking, NW, GR
$10 per person includes 2 hours of bowling, shoe rental, pizza, and drinks!
Back by popular demand, join us for the annual AIAGR bowling night, a fun and relaxed evening of bowling and catching up with your favorite people (other architects and their family and friends, of course).
As part of Stair Week West Michigan, we are pleased to invite you to a leadership breakfast on September 10th at the Grand Rapids Art Museum.
Stairs not only promote physical activity, health and wellness, but also provide a greener alternative to taking the elevator. We are grateful for the tremendous contribution from the Health Departments of Kent, Muskegon and Ottawa counties and the respective United Way in the three counties - United Way of the Lakeshore, Heart of West Michigan United Way and Greater Ottawa County United Way.Read More >>