The Technology Committee of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) New York Chapter is an active group that hosts bi-monthly lectures on technology and its influence on design, process, architectural practice and related professions.

Join us!

Joining means simply being on our mailing list and attending meetings of interest to you. To be added to our mailing list, simply send an email to either of the Committee Co-Chairs:

Alexandra Pollock -

Tyson Cadorette -

We're open to everyone in the design and technology professions. You do not have to be an AIA member, nor a licensed architect. Generally 100-120 people attend our meetings.

Due to the high demand for space at the Center for Architucture, we now meet bi-monthly, typically on the 2nd Tuesday of every other month. We start at 6:00 pm and lectures run for 1.5 to 2 hours.  Come with questions, we have a lively q+a session at the end of each session. The lectures are typically accredited for Professional Development Hours (PDHs).

2016 Dates

February 9 | Tafel - Balancing Technology  and Hand-Craft in Bespoke Manufacture.  Read more here:
April 12 | Tafel
September 13 | Hines
November 8 | Tafel 


Many of our lectures are available via webcast on Vimeo at: .

National AIA Technology in Architectural Practice website here.

We kindly thank our sponsor ABC Imaging for their support. For additional information about ABC Imaging contact Charity Craig at

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