Celebrate NJ Architecture 2014 Recap

ArchWeek2014Over the last week as part of  National Architecture Week , an event that showcases architecture’s influence on daily life, the New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has highlighted a small sampling of projects that exemplify how architects and architecture play and important role as a force for positive change in our communities and to elevate the public’s appreciation of design.  

Incase you missed it, here is a recap of the week:

 

Day One:  AIA-NJ Celebrates National Architecture Week

Day Two: Leading Design Firm Honored for Creative Rebuilding of Fire-Damaged School in East Brunswick, N.J.

Day Three: Ocean Grove, N.J.-Based Firm Designs Asbury Park J.A.M.S. to Serve as ‘Gateway’ to City’s West Side

Day Four: Nueva Vida Homes’ Will Be Nation’s First WaterSense Certified Neighborhood Development

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In wrapping up Architecture Week 2014 we would like to take a look back at last year’s AIA-NJ Architecture Week.  We highlighted ten of New Jersey’s Iconic Architects and positive impacts  they have made on their communities.   See last years list:

 

http://blog.aia-nj.org/2013/04/13/summary-the-garden-states-most-iconic-architects/

 

We hope you will continue to Celebrate Architecture everyday.

 

 

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