Architecture group joins forces with Hanley Woods

Architecture group joins forces with Hanley Woods

on Tuesday,May 11,2010 22:05


A leading business-to-business media company and one of the oldest architects' association in the U.S. have joined forces to spread the influence of architecture as a cultural institution and career choice for students.

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Hanley Wood, LLC today announced an agreement on a five-year integrated media partnership which will become official on January 1 of next year.

The two organizations will combine the knowledge and experience of the AIA membership with the reach of Hanley Wood magazines, which includes Builder & Architect magazine.

With this agreement, another of Hanley Wood's publications, ARCHITECT, becomes the official magazine of the AIA.

"Hanley Wood had its beginning as the first publishing partner for the AIA in 1976," explained CEO Frank Anton. "Working together, we now have opportunities to make the architectural profession more robust and relevant to the design and construction industry and the public."

The AIA is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and has close to 300 local and state chapters.

"Our partners at Hanley Wood bring fresh ideas and a collaborative approach to opportunities that can advance our mission that are clearly based on their deep commitment to the profession of architecture," said AIA president George H. Miller.

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