Future HQ Campaign

Amount Raised
Campaign Goal

Project Funding

$2,000,000  Donations Goal

$1,000,000  Pro Bono + In-Kind Donations Goal

$600,000  TI Allowance

$1,150,000  Loans

Support Our Vision

Support our Future HQ to become the hub for all things' architecture + design in the city.

Support Our Vision

Donate to expand the Center's educational and program offerings. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Secure Key Services25%
Renovate HQ50%
Finish HQ Interior75%
Move In! Expanded Public Programs and Exhibitions, and Enhanced Education Programs100%
Endowment Support110%

The Future of Architecture

Why a Future HQ? Why now?

AIASF has continually adapted to keep pace with San Francisco’s competitive environment by re-thinking programming, expenses, and services. This resilient spirit is what keeps us relevant to the community we serve.

To become the hub for all things architecture and design, and to meet the demand for expanded programs, AIASF and the Center must grow beyond their current size and capacity and become more accessible.

Building a ground floor headquarters has been a project in the making for years. The relocation process represents the leadership and the generosity of AIA members, industry allies, and individual donors.

“As architects, we have the ability and responsibility to be stewards for our future. We wear many hats - one championing the business of architecture, which allows us to provide for ourselves and community, another for promoting diversity in our profession, and for championing green building principles. Through our work, positive impact and meaningful engagement, our chapter will continue its legacy of shaping the built environment in San Francisco and beyond.”

– Adrianne Steichen, 2020 AIASF Board President

From Pandemic – Comes Resilience: AIASF Center for Architecture + Design in the Hallidie Building

Architect's Impact

Aidlin Darling Design is selected as the Architect to conceive AIASF and the Center for Architecture + Design new headquarters.

With over 10,000 square feet of space, the project to create the new headquarters on the ground floor of the historic landmark Hallidie Building is an exciting challenge for the architects. Aidlin Darling’s leadership and vision will help us meet our goal to expand on community-oriented programs, exhibitions, and gatherings, and embark on new partnerships.

Our new storefront will serve as a beacon for AIA members and allied professionals, and will greet passersby -- locals, visitors, and design enthusiasts – in this vibrant downtown neighborhood.

“We feel that visual porosity is a crucial element in raising the potential of true engagement with the community. With the headquarters new location on the ground floor, there is a great opportunity to visually engage with the public through the façade of the building.”

– Roslyn Cole, Principal at Aidlin Darling Design

Campaign Leadership

David Hecht, AIA, TANNERHECHT Architects

Jessica Lane, AIA, EHDD


Peter Noone, AIA, SCB


Francesca Oliveira, AIA, SOM

Nathan Ogle, AIA, 12CHC

Daniel Perez, AIA, Studio Perez

Charles Salter, Salter

Julie Satterwhite, PAE Consulting Engineers

Cathy Simon, FAIA, Cathy Simon FAIA Architecture and Urbanism

Elisabeth Sporer, AIA, SO | arch

Adrianne Steichen, AIA, PYATOK architecture + urban design

Christ Surunis, Cal Lighting

Douglas Tom, FAIA, TEF Architects

Michael Willis, FAIA, MWA Architects

Thank You to Campaign's Generous Donors!

Circle of Friends

Bonnie Bridges, AIA
David Hecht, AIA
Adrianne Steichen, AIA
Jessica Lane, AIA
Daniel Perez, AIA
Nathan Ogle, AIA
Greg Novicoff, AIA
John Sealander, AIA
Erika Thost
Howard Wong, AIA
Stacy Williams


Have questions about this campaign? Please contact us sponsorship@aiasf.org.