AIA Dayton is now accepting registrations for the 2014 Student Design Art in Architecture Awards program is the design of an Urban Outfitters Center which is inspired by the plans for the upcoming RiverScape River Run. All college-bound students and their instructors in the Miami Valley area who are interested in art, architecture, or design may participate. Registration deadline is January 24. There is a $25 registration fee and space is limited.
Thanks to Robert Maschke, FAIA, Robert Maschke Architects, Cleveland, for being the 2013 Focus on Design Lecturer. His presentation “Two Trajectories” was held in the space he designed at Wright State University at the Student Enrollment Center in the Student Union.
Many thanks to the following sponsors:
Platinum: Business Furniture, Pella ,Snyder Brick and Block
Bar Sponsor: Shell and Meyer Associates
Event Supporters: Heapy Engineering, Requarth Supply One, Siebenthaler Landscape & Nursery, KLH Engineers, PSC, Cardno ATC, and Allegion, PLC.
About 80 AIA Dayton, Associated General Contractors of Dayton, Home Builders Association of Dayton, and Dayton Engineers Club Barn Gang members attended the September 24 Dayton Mayoral and City Commission Candidate Forum held at the Dayton Engineers Club.
Both mayoral candidates (Nan Whaley and A.J. Wagner) and the four City Commission candidates (David Esrati, David Greer, Jeffrey Mims Jr., and Joey Williams)were present for the event, which was moderated by Dan Edwards, WDTN – TV news reporter. The forum was presented to bring design and construction professionals together with political candidates to discuss important issues and to allow all of the candidates an opportunity to explain their positions on important policy issues.
The Dayton Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is pleased to announce its 2013 Architecture Scholarship recipients. AIA Dayton awarded a total of $2,000 in scholarships to two outstanding students from the Dayton/Miami Valley Region.
Claire Dynes, a 2013 graduate of Tippecanoe High School was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Claire, daughter of Ronald and Diane Dynes, will begin her architecture studies at the University of Cincinnati this fall. Ryan Craft, a 2013 graduate of Covington High School and son of Roger and Lisa Craft, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Ryan will also begin his architecture studies at the University of Cincinnati.