AIASF committees address a wide variety of design, advocacy, and practice issues. Committee meetings and activities are open to all, and provide opportunities for networking, continuing education and community building.
Serves as an educational resource designed to support individuals in their pursuit of licensure.
Connects designers, students, and newly licensed architects through networking, volunteer opportunities, and social events.
Increases awareness of building envelope design as a critical aspect of the successful construction and sustainability of buildings, and fosters the education of building industry professionals regarding proper design, construction, and maintenance of building envelopes tailored to local practices and climate.
Develops a knowledge sharing network of individuals that impact planning and design of learning environments.
AIA San Francisco’s Fellowship Nominating Committee reviews the submission packets of possible Fellowship candidates and nominates the strongest candidates to the National AIA office.
Promoting discovery in research and the advancement of healthcare practices.
Presents programs covering a variety of historic resources issues including historic building codes, endangered buildings, and preservation technologies.
A member-driven forum committed to furthering excellence in housing policy and design.
The AIA International Practice Committee strives to promote excellence in international architectural practice, serving as a resource to members by disseminating information in international markets, practice, and design. They seek to develop expertise in international policy and trade issues in order to advise AIA on international practice
LiA serves and supports local communities, strengthens networks between design professionals, and enriches our practices through diverse cultural views.
Promotes collaborative learning by bringing people with varying years of experience together to share their diverse perspectives and insights. This program introduces a new model for partnering mentors and mentees, rethinking architectural mentorship to further engagement and communication.
The Professional Practice Committee promotes tools, resources, and educational opportunities for best practices, policies, and procedures in the field of architecture.
The Public Policy + Advocacy Committee (PPAC) aims to raise awareness of Bay Area issues affecting the architecture and allied professions by promoting discussion among legislative groups, code-making bodies, neighborhood groups, and the local community.
Provides a monthly forum to address unique issues of small business practitioners. Promotes the work of small firms through exhibits, publications, public presentations, and online resources.
The AIASF Bay Area "Regional and Urban Design Committee" is a de-facto group of professionals fostering a dialogue on urban design and planning between our local chapter and a national AIA audience. The group collaborates on an ongoing basis with an array of other urban design and planning groups in our region on some of the most pressing design and planning issues facing US cities.