AIA Los Angeles relocates its offices to a historic former bank building

The American Institute of Architects Los Angeles (AIA|LA) announced it will relocate its offices and programming to a former bank building in the historic South Los Angeles neighborhood of West Adams. The larger space will allow the professional organization to expand its offerings, while housing the facilities for Architecture for Communities Los Angeles (ACLA), a nonprofit launched by AIA|LA in 2020 that provides opportunities for students in the local community to engage in conversations and programming related to architecture. This larger space is the first of its kind for the AIA chapter and will bring together all of its offerings under one roof.


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