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2023 Storytellers + Creators Art Challenge

by AIASC • July 9, 2023

INTENT Tell a story. Send a message. Themes can be anything from Sustainability, Resilience, Community, or the Environment. Capture the past, or imagine the future. Entries to embody a real or imagined place and its interaction with nature and/or people. Entries are encouraged to highlight architecture or any other built, unbuilt, or natural environments in […]

AIASC recognizes excellence in South Carolina architecture

by AIASC • December 16, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Adrienne Montare, FAIA 803-413-4412 To view this year’s winning projects, click here Columbia, SC – December 7, 2020 — The American Institute of Architects, South Carolina Chapter (AIASC) is pleased to announce the 2020 recipients of the annual AIASC Design Awards, which encourages and recognizes design excellence throughout South Carolina, […]

Aspire by AIA South Atlantic Region

by AIASC • August 29, 2020

Created by the state AIA chapters of Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, the unconventional architecture conference influences artists, architects, designers, and engineers to design the future. Bringing the conference to you Aspire debuted in 2019, transforming the beautiful and vibrant city of Asheville, North Carolina, into a nexus of architecture, design, and engineering. Though […]

Call for Campers!

by AIASC • July 4, 2020

The North Carolina Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects is again hosting Project Pipeline, an architecture summer camp for middle and high school students in North Carolina. Since this year’s camp is being held virtually, NC NOMA is extending an invitation to students throughout South Carolina. Please help them spread the word.! Registration includes […]

Designing a More Resilient Charleston

by AIASC • June 23, 2020

Like many coastal areas across the country, the city of Charleston continues to bear the brunt of an increasingly volatile and changing climate. Last year saw a record number of “s day” floods and this year marks the sixth consecutive year where tropical storms have formed before hurricane season has actually begun. The City of […]

Diversity in Architecture

by AIASC • June 7, 2020

AIA Board statement on systemic racial injustice To our members, America’s list of racially motivated murders demand action. Eric Garner. Sandra Bland. Michael Brown. Shantel Davis. Atatiana Jefferson. Laquan McDonald. Tony McDade. Pamela Turner. Korryn Gaines. Trayvon Martin. Tamir Rice. Walter Scott. Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd. All murdered, because they happened to […]