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Featured Content:

Cleveland Architects Project 

(CAP) is an ongoing and evolving research project illustrating the relation­ships among architects, their mentors and their protégés within the Cleveland area from the 19th through 21st centuries.  The goal is to create a dynamic online diagram showing these relationships that can be utilized by architects, historians and students.  This lineage project, documenting the rich history of architects and their relationships, has never previously been completed.  In celebration of 2015 being the 125th anniversary of AIA Cleveland, the time is right to begin this project.  The results of this initial survey will be compiled into a family-tree style diagram, which will be posted online.  The diagram will be interactive and will allow for additional information, such as significant projects and awards to be added at a later time.

To attend this year’s 125th Anniversary Celebration on Wednesday, November 18th, please purchase your tickets HERE.

The Cleveland Historic Resources Committee wishes to include Cleveland-area architects who were owners or partners of firms at any time.  Please follow the link and complete the information so that we can ensure that our online database is accurate at CLEVELAND ARCHITECTS PROJECT

In Addition, The Historic Resources Committee has an immediate need for volunteers to help collect information, plan and organize the Cleveland Architect’s Project (CAP) and the 125th Anniversary Program for AIA Cleveland.  Please click on the CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS if you are interested.

Annual Sponsors: (The full list of Chapter Sponsors can be found HERE)


Mission Statement:
As a national organization, the American Institute of Architects is the voice of the architectural profession and a resource to its members in service to society. As the local chapter, AIA Cleveland is a professional association that promotes the value of architecture and design, fosters collegiality, advocates for local members, educates, and supports architects as leaders in the community.