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Local Committee Chair

For questions or to join please email Committee Chairs, Chad Volk: or Phillip Jefferson

AIA Triangle Committee Mission

The AIA Triangle Residential Architecture Tour Committee is committed to educating and inspiring the public about good residential design, increasing awareness of the AIA, and promoting the architectural profession and the value of working with an architect. The Residential Architecture Tour offers architects and designers a unique opportunity to showcase and discuss their work in a building type to which most people can relate – the residence.  Featuring a wide variety of architectural styles, neighborhoods, and residences, participants have the opportunity to experience good home design from the inside out, meet with project designers, explore housing trends, and discover unique design solutions that inspire residential living.

AIA Triangle Committee Participation and Other Resources

Participation is open to all AIA Triangle members including Allied Members. Prospective members are invited to learn more.  You can also learn more by visiting our Tours section, or start here!

Please visit the AIA National website and AIA North Carolina's site for additional resources and information.


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