Public Announcements


2018 Proposed Board of Trustees

We are pleased to present the proposed slate of Officers and Trustees for 2018 which will be voted on at the Annual Member Meeting on Thursday, December 7,2017


President:  Ronald Weston, AIA

President-Elect: Paul Tiajoloff, AIA

First Vice President:  Andrew Thompson, AIA

Secretary:  Brandon Warshofsky, AIA

Treasurer: Christy DiBartolo, AIA

Past-President:  Alexander Gotthelf, AIA

2018 Trustees

  • Harvey Montague, AIA

  • Natasha Suzansky, AIA

  • Francisco Grimaldi, AIA

2019 Trustees

  • Jason Peist, AIA

  • Diana Ratazzi, Allied Member

  • Banafsheh Soltani, Associate AIA

2020 Trustees

  • Victor Angulo, Associate AIA

  • John De Brito, AIA

  • Vacant - If you are interested in joining, please contact



2017 Design Award Recipients

Congratulations to the Recipients of a 2017 AIANS Design Award:

Unbuilt Residential
Gold – “Winter Cabin” by Stonewater Architects

Unbuilt Non-Residential
Gold – “Bronx Primary School” by PS+S
Silver – “Austell Place” by Kimmerle and Newman

Featured Element – Interior – Non-Residential
Gold – “Mack Cali HQ” by Gensler
Silver – “Chatham Day School” - (wall element) - by NK Architects

Featured Element – Residential
Gold – “Hilltop Barn” by Clawson Architects

Built Residential
Gold – “Contemporary Farmhouse” by Environetics
Silver – “Beach House” by Stonewater Architects

Built Non-Residential
Gold – “Indiana Travel” Plaza  by Environetics
Silver – “Glen Ridge Community Pool House” by Wright and Robinson Architects
Silver – “Bloomfield College – Technology and Creativity Center” by Fallon + Pacheco
Bronze – “Architects Studio” by Kimmerle and Newman


(Thank you to all firms who submitted designs for our 9/14/17 event at Kean University.  Please send digital images of your submissions to  This gallery will be udpated on a regular basis!)

Thank you to our event sponsor Trukmann's Reprographics.


2018 Past Presidents Banquet

Dust off your tuxedos and dancing shoes!

 Full Details and Sponsorship Opportunities