ACSA’s (Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture) mission is to advance architectural education through support of member schools, faculty, and students. Check out their website to find out more.
AIA (American Institute of Architects) is an organization devoted to moving the field of architecture forward. With a commitment to providing network opportunities and online courses to students as well as up-to-date industry news, the AIA is a fantastic resource. Check out their website to learn more.
AIAS (American Institute of Architecture Students) is a nonprofit, student-run organization dedicated to progressive programs, information, and resources on architecture issues. Learn more by visiting their website.
NCARB (National council of Architectural Registration Boards) protects the public health, safety, and welfare by leading the regulation of the practice architecture through development and licensure. Learn more about NCARB and how to get involved.
NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board) accredits professional degrees in architecture. All 54 U.S. registration boards accept NAAB-accredited degrees. Learn more about the curriculum and NAAB program.
CACB (Canadian Architectural Certification Board) is recognized by the architectural profession in Canada and provides recent graduates and professionals the necessary accreditation for careers in architecture. If you are interested in pursuing architecture the CACB site may be a great tool.
#IMadeThat is a website dedicated to proudly showcasing the diverse work created by architects from all walks of life. Acting as a platform that compiles photos of work using #IMadeThat, this is a great resource to draw inspiration, connect with others and show off your completed work. Get involved in the conversation.
ArchDaily’s mission is to be a source of inspiration and knowledge for architects at all skill levels. With 400,000 visitors daily, ArchDaily provides tools to progress education in the field. Visit their website to explore more.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) encourages everyone to “Look Up” and see what we can create together. Then, imagine what America could look like when you partner with an architect to co-create its future.
The American Institute of Architecture Students presents an in-depth look at the world of architecture outside of conventional practice. From graphics to food, politics to fashion, the knowledge and skill sets developed through an education or background in architecture a vast and vastly applicable. These “Architypes” are living among us, relatively unheralded and these are their stories.
Archinect aims to make the field of architecture more “connected and open-minded.” The company brings together designers from all over to introduce fresh, unique ideas. From networking to career opportunities, find out how you can use Archinect as your go-to resource.
Topic A is all around you. It’s there when you wake up, when you’re with family, and when you work and play and dream. It shapes the way you live. And it’s shaped by your values, needs, desires, and plans for your future. What is Topic A? Architecture.
Center For Emerging Professionals Annual Exhibition
The American Institute of Architects sponsors an annual exhibition featuring work, art and designs of emerging architectural professionals across North America. The exhibit showcases this work and inspires other professionals to get involved in the industry. Find out more about the 2016 exhibition.
In the discipline of architecture, a section cutis an essential type of drawing; a single slice of a building. SC aims to be a web-parallel to this powerful drawing convention—in the same way that a drawing cuts through immense complexity to show a single moment, we aim to cut through the noise of the internet, straight to the good stuff.
The Pro Exams is dedicated to supporting emerging professionals on their path towards licensure. With interviews, polls, discussion forums and more, they are continually developing and gathering resources to help you prepare confidently for your exams. They are founded on the belief that everyone should have the tools to thrive at each stage of their career.
BLDGBLOG (“building blog”) was launched in 2004 and is written by Geoff Manaugh. The opinions expressed here are my own; they do not reflect the views of my friends, family, editors, employers, publishers, or colleagues, with whom this blog is not affiliated.
Study Architecture is a one-stop resource for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the Architecture profession. Sponsored by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Study Architecture brings together colleges and universities, students and working architecture professionals to create a forum for sharing information and ideas. Together, we help students make an impact.