The Committee on Architecture for Education (CAE) is a Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). We are a large and active group of over 10,000 architects and allied professionals concerned with the quality and design of all types of educational, cultural, and recreational facilities that promote lifelong learning in safe, welcoming and equitable environments. The CAE’s mission is to foster innovative and collaborative design of educational facilities and to heighten public awareness on the importance of learning environments.
A 90-minute experience featuring:
A Space for Being [A research and installation application exploring neuroaesthetics]
Suchi Reddy [ReddyMade Architecture] and Susan Magsamen [Johns Hopkins University- International Arts & Mind Lab]
To bring practicing architects, designers, and experts from diverse allied disciplines together around research and design examples to better understand how design of the built environment can impact the human experience and enhance wellbeing. Links
Event Series Description:
The CAE Research Subcommittee Book Club aims to amplify and disseminate the cutting-edge research and design work of featured guests by inviting guests to share and discuss their work with participants. Participants are invited to join a virtual venue bridging scientific evidence and architectural design practice. The Book Club intends to promote curiosity, dialogue and connection, sparking translation of research to practice and design implementation.