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The AIA International Region: Background and Benefits

    Connections

    We connect US-based AIA firms with AIA members throughout the world. We also connect major clients with US architects. We connect US officials and AIA members, to improve our position in foreign markets.

    Knowledge

    We offer access to first-rate continuing education programs, Architectural Registration Exam study materials, and a quarterly newsletter with information on events, opportunities and programs.

    Focus

    Our work addresses issues of the most pressing concern: urban transit systems, disaster mitigation planning, heritage conservation, sustainability and more. We take up the issues that matter to the places we're working.

    Engagement

    Our members now have a full and substantial voice in the affairs of the AIA. We are now in a position to shape AIA programs and activities to meet the needs and interests of practitioners who are active outside of the United States.

    Influence

    We interact with the most influential members of the global building and design industry. Worldwide, our counterparts want to learn from US expertise and they are looking for ways to collaborate.


    AIA National Benefits

      • A subscription to Architectural Record, the Institute's award-winning monthly magazine, and AIA/Architect, the Institute's monthly newsletter.
      • Discounts on AIA books, contracts and documents.
      • Business service discounts, including member discounts on long-distance phone rates, Airborne Express, office supplies, copiers, Hertz, Avis, National Budget and Alamo car rentals, etc.
      • Group insurance for members and their employees.
      • A website designed specifically for architects, providing access to a wide range of services, from networking with colleagues to identifying potential business opportunities.
      • AIA Library and Archives, the nation's pre-eminent source of information about the practice and profession of architecture, is staffed with trained professionals to help members locate information. Fulfillment of book, videotape and slide loan requests, locating answers to research questions, and more extensive research services are available.
      • Nationwide public relations campaigns to increase public awareness and client recognition of the importance of architects and architecture.
      • Participation in the AIA Knowledge Communities, which provide AIA members the opportunity to share and discuss issues of common concern with colleagues across the country in 22, specialized fields.
      • At the federal government level, the Institute represents the collective voice of architects by promoting new legislation, standards or regulations, or defending existing ones, in Congress and in agency offices.