AIA Honolulu/Center for Architecture

AIA Honolulu is a Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) representing and serving AIA Hawaii members on the island of Oahu, and on the neighboring islands of Hawaii and Kauai. Within these islands, AIA Honolulu represents and serves over 800 individual member architects, associates and allied design professionals who are working in fields allied to architecture. AIA is Architects—the community of architects, joining together to accomplish things individual architects cannot do alone. The AIA Honolulu community exists to help each other put talents to work to create better places for people to live, work and play through: community - building a healthy and welcoming profession; knowledge - sharing experience and wisdom; and advocacy - extending the influence of our profession’s values. Mutual goals include organizing members of the architectural profession within the Hawaiian islands; promoting the aesthetic, scientific and practical efficiency of the architectural profession; advancing the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standard of architectural education, training and practice; coordinating the profession of architecture with the building industry to ensure the advancement of the living standard of people through their improved environment; working to ensure the architectural profession is of ever-increasing value to society; and protecting the rights and interests of members and advocating on their behalf.

Membership Category: 
Organizational Member
Address: 
P.O. Box 1515
Honolulu ,  Hawaii  96806
United States
(808) 545-4242
Founding Date: 
1926
Number of Employees: 
1-10 employees
Programs: 
Dedicated Programming Space
Design Competitions
Exhibitions
Lectures/Public Programs
Tours