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About AAJ

The Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ) is a Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). It is the AAJ primary goal to be the recognized organization that promotes excellence in design of justice facilities that:

  • Operate efficiently, safely, and securely
  • Contribute to more livable and sustainable communities
  • Elevate the stature of these institutions within society
  • Create a positive environment for those who visit, work, and live there
  • Achieve prudent stewardship of public funds

Upcoming Events


Justice Facilities Review

Download the 2016 book now (PDF): bit.ly/jfr2016

Buy the printed 2016 book: bit.ly/jfr2016print

2017 AAJ Journal Q2

AAJ Journal Published Quarterly

View the current issue: 2017 AAJ Journal Q2 and the archive of past issues.

Articles include:
-- Design dialogue: Designing for justice
-- Emerging professional profile of Ryan Meador
-- The uncomfortable tourist: Juxtapositions of Alcatraz
-- Chat with your 2017 AAJ Conference Chairs

We would like to thank our 2016-2017 newsletter sponsor: LiftU

Latest Discussions

  • AAJ Membership-   The theme of this year's conference is "Enlightened Justice: Advancing Treatment," taking place November 14-16, 2018, Hyatt Regency – Jersey City, NJ. According to the National ...

  • Members may be interested in attending the upcoming Architects and Shooting Range Designers Seminar in Jacksonville Florida on April 18, 2018.  There are 7 noted speakers and discussion/workshop sessions ...

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Latest Blogs

  • Posted in: Academy of Architecture for Justice

    by Sarah Paddick B.Arch St, B.Arch FRAIA “brutal…” “my first night in prison…hard concrete bed and shitty mattress…” “noisy, hot and smelly…or freezing” “no privacy…” “why does it have to ... more

  • Posted in: Academy of Architecture for Justice

    by Judge Celeste F. Bremer, US Magistrate Judge, Emily Gloe Donovan, RA, Susan Oldroyd, FAIA, LEED, Kristina Kobulsky, RA, LEED AP Buildings Express Values:  Which design elements read ‘male or female’ ... more

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