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  • Tuesday, April 16, 2019 8:50 AM | Anonymous

    Oxford Companies is looking for an Architectural Designer. Check out their website here

  • Wednesday, March 06, 2019 10:21 AM | Anonymous

    Requesting 2019 Annual Taubman College Scholarship Jury Members!

    Are you interested in helping AIAHV judge the work at the annual Taubman College student show, and award scholarship dollars to the top students? The judging will take place on April 3rd from 5-7pm - please reply if interested!

    About the Scholarship: 

    Every year, the Huron Valley Chapter of the AIA awards multiple scholarships to continuing students to offset tuition costs. The awards are merit-based, and determined by a jury of AIA Huron Valley members at an evening viewing session where they observe student work published for the annual Taubman College Student Show. 

    Call for Volunteers! 

    Please reply to this email to join the jury this year. All members and all ranges of experience and perspectives are welcome, but space is limited, so please reply by Thursday March 21st if you'd like to participate! 

    Additional details will be distributed to jury members once the panel is complete.

    Please email if you're interested. Thanks in advance for supporting local Architecture students!

  • Friday, February 08, 2019 3:50 PM | Anonymous


    Click here to register for Design, Individual Recognition, and Firm of the Year

    Click here to download submission requirements

    Click here to upload your submission


    Building Submissions due March 25, 2019 - no extensions

    Recognition & Firm Submissions due April 19, 2019 - no extensions

  • Thursday, February 07, 2019 9:27 AM | Anonymous

    A mixed-use development project in the Ann Arbor area is looking for a minority/female owned architecture firm to partner with. The development is mission-based (Non-profit) and is pushing the social and environmental sustainability agenda in this development so an architect familiar with LEED, affordability, and universal design is a huge plus!

    Please contact Douglas Lane Allen directly:

  • Tuesday, March 13, 2018 9:48 PM | Anonymous member

    Volunteer Opportunity

    with Ann Arbor Public Schools!

    Are you interested in participating more with the local community?  Do you have students in the Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS) district?  AAPS is forming a new Environmental and Sustainability Advisory Group.  As design professionals, AIA Huron Valley members have been asked to volunteer as Advisory Group Members!

    Environmental and Sustainability Advisory Group: 

    This Environmental & Sustainability Advisory group will work with the Executive Director of Facilities and Operations to make recommendations in the development of an AAPS Environmental Sustainability Plan, including consideration of all the impacts of district decisions over the short and long term.

    AAPS Advisory Groups: 

    These groups represent a wonderful opportunity to lend your thinking to district work going forward. The groups will meet during April through June, and will also plan to resume their work beginning in Fall, 2018.

    Groups will meet once or twice per month (summer meetings optional) dependent on the delivery of work, and will complete work leading to recommendations to the Superintendent and the Board of Education.

    Thank you for considering this opportunity!  If you are interested in participating in this Advisory Group, please submit an application by Friday, March 23, 2018.

    Thanks in advance for supporting our local community and youth!

  • Tuesday, January 30, 2018 2:07 PM | Anonymous member


    Michael Lee Quinn

    March 19, 1947 - January 25, 2018

    It is with deep sadness that the American Institute of Architects, Huron Valley Chapter announces the passing of one of our members and friends, Michael Lee Quinn, FAIA.  Co-founder of Quinn Evans Architects and long-time champion of historic preservation and urban revitalization, Michael passed away on January 25, 2018. He was 70 years old. 

    Michael was one of the nation’s most accomplished and respected architects.  His expertise in historic preservation and restoration was instrumental in the widespread growth and impact of this important field.  Last September, the AIA Huron Valley Chapter presented Michael with our Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2018 Honor Award Celebration.  This award was in honor of Michael’s contributions to the profession.  “Michael’s career of over 45 years has left indelible impressions not just through the buildings he helped to create, but through the lives of people he has inspired through his decades of mentoring and leadership.” (AIA Huron Valley Awards jury)

    For a link to the Quinn Evans Architects’ tribute, to read about his distinguished career, and links to memorial contributions, go to or

    Services will be held on February 4, 2018 at 1 PM at Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University Ave., Ann Arbor, MI.  Donations can be made to the Michael L. Quinn and David S. Evans Endowed Scholarship (at the University of Michigan Taubman School of Architecture), the Michigan Theater, and the Smile Train.


    2018 Board of Directors, AIA Huron Valley Chapter

  • Monday, October 03, 2016 9:39 PM | Anonymous member

    The Huron Valley chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Huron Valley) announced the recipients of its 2017 Honor Award Program during a reception at the Michigan League Ballroom on September 22, 2017.

    Twenty five projects, designed by registered architects practicing in the Huron Valley Chapter area (Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw Counties), were submitted for consideration by an independent jury. Five of the projects were selected to receive a merit-based Honor Award for the demonstration of skill and sensitivity in the resolution of aesthetic, functional and technical requirements, and/or the advancement of the contemporary understanding of architecture.

    Project boards for all 25 submissions will be part of a rotating exhibit that will be on display until next fall at several locations throughout the five-county AIA Huron Valley area.

    Building Award Recipients:

    Argo-Culture Liquid Fertilizers Headquarters

    Hobbs and Black Architects

    Contractor: Wieland

    St. Johns, Michigan

    Category: New Construction:Commercial & Institutional over 10,000 sf

    Sushi Grand

    HopkinsBurns Design Studio

    Contractor: Grand Hotel

    Mackinac Island, Michigan

    Category: Interior Architecture: Commercial & Institutional

    House on Geddes Ravine

    Angelini & Associates Architects

    Ann Arbor, MI

    Contractor: Beechwood Building and Design

    Category: New Construction: Residential

    Garber Residence Addition

    Lewis Greenspoon Architects

    Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Contractor: Gipfert’s Construction

    Category: Addition or Renovation—Residential

    Haarer Building Residential Renovation

    O|X Studio, Inc.

    Ann Arbor, MI

    Contractor: CCS Construction

    Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Category: Addition or Renovation—Residential

    Recognition Award Recipients

    Brad and Theresa Angelini

    Firm Founder Recognition

    Honoring a chapter member who has founded a successful architectural firm that has had a minimum of 5 persons on staff for at least 10 consecutive years.

    Carl A. Luckenbach, AIA

    Lifetime Recognition Award

    Recognizes an architect who has clearly demonstrated distinguished leadership in any phase of the profession over an extended period of time and is made in recognition of outstanding achievement in one or more areas of professional endeavor and/or notable contributions to the AIA.

    Stephen Wilson, AIA

    Founders’ Award for Leadership

    Recognizes a board member whose leadership has exceeded the high standards of service and whose dedication has elevated the standing of the Huron Valley AIA within the profession.

    Dawn Zuber, AIA

    Eugene Hopkins Distinguished Service Award

    Honors a chapter member who has clearly demonstrated distinguished and outstanding service to the AIA.

  • Wednesday, July 06, 2016 1:12 PM | Anonymous member

    Congratulations to this year's recipients of the AIA Huron Valley TCAUP Scholarship award winners

    This year's award winners are:

    • Undergraduate: Karen Duan (Prof. Harris), ARCH 312: UG1 (Jury Award)
    • Graduate: Kevin Sani (Prof. Halquist), ARCH 412: Form (Jury Award)
    • Graduate: Nicolas Watkins and Qiyu Chen  (Prof. Hansen), ARCH 552: Institutions (Jury Award)
    • Graduate: Zheng Gu (Prof. Mankouche), ARCH 552: Institutions (Jury Award)
    The jury consisted of AIA Huron Valley members Brad Angelini, AIA (jury chair), Dave Rochlen, AIA, Matthew Fromboluti, AIA, Keith Russeau, AIA, and Cynthia Hayward, AIA.

    The awards were funded in part by a matching grant from AIA National's Component Scholarship Program. 
  • Sunday, November 22, 2015 10:50 AM | Anonymous member
    On November 6, 2015, AIA Huron Valley held its annual meeting and elected its new board members for 2016. Please welcome our new board members!

    Elected Members:

    • President: Stephen Wilson, AIA
    • Vice President / President-Elect: Brad Angelini, AIA
    • Past-President: Wayne Chubb, AIA
    • Treasurer: Ron Lincoln, AIA
    • Secretary: Dan Pierce, AIA
    • AIA Michigan Director: Kristen Schleick, AIA
    • Events Director: Philip Proefrock, AIA
    • Media Director: David Lewis, AIA
    • Emerging Professionals Director: Josh Hendershot, AIA
    • Associate Member Director: Ernesto Whitsitt, Assoc. AIA
    Appointed Members:
    • TCAUP Director: Jennifer "Darby" Morris, Assoc. AIA
    • UM AIAS Representative: Evan Timm
    • UM AIAS Professional Liasion: Amy Kurtycz
  • Sunday, November 22, 2015 9:27 AM | Anonymous member

    Full Press Release

    As part of its commitment to advancing the contemporary understanding of architecture, the Huron Valley chapterof the American Institute of Architects (AIA Huron Valley) announced the recipients of its 2016 Honor Awards Program at its biennial awards ceremony at the Bentley Historical Library on October 23rd, 2015.

    Twenty-nine projects, designed by registered Architects practicing in the Huron Valley Chapter area (Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw Counties), were submitted for consideration by an independent jury. Ten of the projects were selected by the jury to receive a merit-based Honor Award for the demonstration of skill and sensitivity in the resolution of aesthetic, functional and technical requirements, and/or the advancement of the contemporary understanding of architecture. All submissions will be exhibited at several locations throughout the year, starting with the Mallett’s Creek branch of the Ann Arbor District Library for the month of November, then on to the Brighton Public Library. In addition, a Lifetime Achievement Award, two Firm Achievement Awards, the Emil Lorch Award, a Distinguished Community Service Award, and the Eugene Hopkins Distinguished Service Award were presented.

    The 2016 AIA Huron Valley Honor Award recipients are:

    Building Category

    • Outdoor Adventure Center, Hobbs + Black Architects
    • Knapp's Centre, Quinn Evans Architects
    Preservation Category
    • Chittenden Hall, HopkinsBurns Design Studio
    • Wing Lake Schoolhouse, HopkinsBurns Design Studio
    Interior Architecture Category
    • Tomukun Korean BBQ, O|X Studio, Inc.
    Residential Category
    • Dunham Lake House, Angelini & Associates Architects
    • Idaho House, Charles Bultman, architect
    Small Project / Low Budget Category
    • Afton Alps, Lindhout Associates Architects
    • Phire Branding, O|X Studio, Inc.
    • Iorio's Gelateria, N_space architectures
    Firm Achievement Award
    • HopkinsBurns Design Studio
    • Charles Bultman, architect
    Twenty-Years-Plus Recognition
    • Angelini & Associates Architects

    Fifty-Years-Plus Recognition
    • Hobbs + Black Architects
    Firm Founder Recognition
    • William S. Hobbs, Hobbs + Black Architects
    Eugene Hopkins Distinguished Service Award
    • Tamara E. L. Burns, AIA

    Emil Lorch Award

    • Dr. James J. Chaffers, FAIA
    Distinguished Community Service Award
    • David Esau, AIA
    Lifetime Recognition Award
    • Jan Culbertson, AIA
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