Now architects and design professionals throughout the country, and the world, can learn about these two fascinating and growing market sectors from AIA New York’s thought leaders.
New York, NY / San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 15, 2012
The AIA New York Chapter (AIANY) and Center for Architecture and aecKnowledge announce the release of two advanced online continuing education courses on two of the fastest growing market sectors today—Design for Aging and Historic Preservation. Viewers earn AIA/CES hours while gaining a competitive edge by broadening and diversifying their knowledge.
According to Rick Bell, FAIA, Executive Director, AIANY, “We are delighted that aecKnowledge allows us to highlight AIA New York’s thought leaders to an international audience.” Bell continued, “aecKnowledge is redefining continuing education in the AEC industry with the highest quality, commercial-free content, delivered by and edited by our peers.”
The courses released today are:
- Aging in Place(s): Designs for Senior Living by Richard Rosen, AIA, Principal, Perkins Eastman (1 HSW)
- Historic Preservation of Modern Architecture by Dr. Theodore H. M. Prudon, FAIA, Principal, Prudon & Partners (1.25 HSW/SD)
“These high level courses are a fantastic addition to our diverse library of design courses,” said Michael Strogoff, FAIA, President + Founder, aecKnowledge. “Now architects and design professionals throughout the country, and the world, can learn about these two fascinating and growing market sectors from AIA New York’s thought leaders.”
More courses from AIA New York will be released later this month, including two courses on Active Design. Two courses on Sustainability were also released in January.
About the AIA New York Chapter
AIA New York is the oldest and largest chapter of the American Institute of Architects, with almost 5,000 architects, allied professionals, students and public members. AIANY is dedicated to three goals: design excellence, public outreach and professional development, and towards these aims, AIANY runs the Center for Architecture, a storefront exhibition space in Greenwich Village, sponsors public programs, publishes a magazine, and works with its charitable affiliate, the Center for Architecture Foundation, to provide scholarship and educational opportunities. For more information on AIANY, please visit http://www.aiany.org.
aecKnowledge, headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, is an established web-based, peer-reviewed knowledge sharing platform for the AEC industries. aecKnowledge enables members of the architecture, engineering, construction and land use planning industries to instantly, simply and seamlessly share unbiased knowledge and to leverage their collective intellectual capital. With a mission to transform how design and construction professionals throughout the AEC industries collaborate with and learn from each other, aecKnowledge targets the over 6 million professionals and tradespeople throughout the highly-fragmented AEC industry, and provides a venue for allied professionals and knowledge providers to strengthen their presence throughout the AEC industry. See http://www.aecknowledge.com/ for more information.