WASHINGTON — The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently announced its 2013 Justice Facilities Review (JFR) winners (citations) and published projects. The projects were judged on best practices in planning and design for justice architecture, as well as how the design positively influenced its occupants.Read more
WASHINGTON — The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Academy of Architecture for Justice is currently in its final month of accepting project submissions for its 2013 Justice Facilities Review.
The JFR recognizes projects based on best practices in planning and design for justice architecture; functionality and community impact; sustainability and economic feasibility, as well as aesthetic achievements.Read more
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WASHINGTON — The AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ) invites all registered architects to submit projects that represent the state of the art in justice facility design including courts, detention/corrections, law enforcement, emergency operations and communication centers.
The Justice Facilities Review is a showcase of jury-selected projects viewed by administrators, architects, representatives of state and local jurisdictions, and others involved in the justice system. A jury of architects and justice facilities administrators will screen entries.Read more
Each year, the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Justice publishes the Justice Facilities Review to showcase projects across the United States that integrate exemplary strategies in justice facility design and construction.
This year, the JFR jury selected 23 projects, including eight citation awards for architectural and design excellence.Read more