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Registration Open: 7:30 AM

Registration opens at 7:30am and closes at 4pm. Stop by to pick up your nametag and onsite materials. Remember all times are Eastern!

Free Time | Noon – 1:00 PM

For those already at the conference, take a walk to Market Square for lunch on your own. Be sure to be back at 1 PM/Eastern for the AIA TN Annual Business Meeting

AIA TN Annual Business Meeting | 1:00 – 2:00 PM

AIA Tennessee president, Josh Flowers, FAIA, will lead the 2019 annual business meeting that covers a variety of topics and reports relevant the state including legislative overview, Policy Update by State Architect Ann McGauran leadership and strategic planning initiatives for 2020.

Re-Work | 2:00 – 3:30 PM

1.5 LU|HSW Brian Bell, AIA of BLDGS will be presenting new work by BLDGS investigating an architecture of adaptation and context-framing transformations. The work is presented through four emerging frameworks – Transforms, Boundaries, Vectors and Rooms. Brian will be sharing the development

Think. Make. Do. | 3:30 – 5:00 PM

1.5 LU|HSW Chris Baribeau, AIA of modus studio, will broaden the viewers understanding of deriving good ideas from place and context to implement the craft of architecture in a meaningful way to expand the quality of life where people live, learn, work,

Dinner On Your Own

After the Opening Night Reception, let’s flood downtown Knoxville with architects! Make plans for dinner with friends at one of Knoxville’s eclectic restaurants.  If you plan on having a large group for dinner, we recommend making reservations in advance. Suggested restaurants in

Registration Open: 7:30 AM

Registration opens at 7:30am and closes at 4pm. Stop by to pick up your nametag and onsite materials. Remember all times are Eastern!

Practice as process. | 8:30 – 10:00 AM

1.5 LU|HSW Jonathan Tate, principal of OJT, will discuss his office as a balance between the norms of traditional practice and opportunistic investigations and development. The confluence of these two agendas has enabled an entrepreneurial-minded, multi-scalar practice involved in topics as varied

Lunch w/Expo Hall Partners l Noon – 1:30 PM

Attendees grab a quick bite for lunch and then stretch your legs! Visit our exhibitors to learn more about their services and/or products. Also, be sure to thank them for their support of AIA and enter your name for prizes.

Pattern Recognition | 3:30 – 5:00 PM

1.5 LU|HSW Barbara Bestor, FAIA, founding principal of Bestor Architecture, will present recent project examples, including the Blackbirds housing small lot development, offices for Beats By Dre and Silvertop, Barbara will demonstrate the added value of design for the health of our

Awards Reception at Mill & Mine 5:30-6:30 PM

A reception will be held at the Mill & Mine (location of the Award Presentation)  from 5:30 – 6:30 pm sponsored by UT Architecture + Design and the University of Memphis Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. Please be sure to have

AIA TN Honor & Design Awards Presentation | 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Celebrate with architects and allied partners from across the state as we recognize newly licensed architects, announce the 2019 Design Awards* and honor the 2019 Lifetime Award Recipients. This year the Awards will be held at the Mill & Mine located at

Registration Open: 7:30 AM

Registration opens at 7:30am and closes at 4pm. Stop by to pick up your nametag and onsite materials. Remember all times are Eastern!

Working with The Makers | 8:30 – 9:30 AM

1 LU Knoxville is The Maker City. The Maker City is the made up of a greater Knoxville area community of makers, artists, creatives and small-scale manufacturers and supporting entities. Led by the Mayor’s Maker Council, Maker City creates collaborative partnerships, programming

Made in Philadelphia | 9:30 – 11:00 AM

1.5 LU|HSW Brian Phillips, AIA, principal of ISA, shares the firm’s work across a series of project types and scales including high performance multi-family housing, mixed-use urban infill, and tactical installations. The body of thinking is presented as an outgrowth of its

Client Development & the Technical Profession | 2:00 – 3:00 PM

1 LU Client development is essential to the success and longevity of all companies. Unfortunately, this activity is often difficult for technical professionals to embrace. Can’t I just do my job well? Isn’t that enough to make clients want to trust us

Re-Work | 2:00 – 3:30 PM

1.5 LU|HSW Brian Bell, AIA of BLDGS will be presenting new work by BLDGS investigating an architecture of adaptation and context-framing transformations. The work is presented through four emerging frameworks – Transforms, Boundaries, Vectors and Rooms. Brian will be sharing the development

Think. Make. Do. | 3:30 – 5:00 PM

1.5 LU|HSW Chris Baribeau, AIA of modus studio, will broaden the viewers understanding of deriving good ideas from place and context to implement the craft of architecture in a meaningful way to expand the quality of life where people live, learn, work,

Practice as process. | 8:30 – 10:00 AM

1.5 LU|HSW Jonathan Tate, principal of OJT, will discuss his office as a balance between the norms of traditional practice and opportunistic investigations and development. The confluence of these two agendas has enabled an entrepreneurial-minded, multi-scalar practice involved in topics as varied

Pattern Recognition | 3:30 – 5:00 PM

1.5 LU|HSW Barbara Bestor, FAIA, founding principal of Bestor Architecture, will present recent project examples, including the Blackbirds housing small lot development, offices for Beats By Dre and Silvertop, Barbara will demonstrate the added value of design for the health of our

Made in Philadelphia | 9:30 – 11:00 AM

1.5 LU|HSW Brian Phillips, AIA, principal of ISA, shares the firm’s work across a series of project types and scales including high performance multi-family housing, mixed-use urban infill, and tactical installations. The body of thinking is presented as an outgrowth of its

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2019 CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
Richard Foster, AIA, Committee Chair

Chad Boetger, AIA
Greg Campbell, AIA
Michael Davis, AIA
Kathryn Greer, AIA
Justin Hare, Assoc. AIA
John Sanders, FAIA
Alli Montgomery, Assoc. AIA
Jeanne Myers, AIA
Jennifer Nicklas, Assoc. AIA
Jesse Wagner
Jesse Wilmoth, AIA
Haley Zimmerman, AIA

 

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Lisa Bowler
Ashley Cates
Molly Craig
Sheila Leggett