Overview & Attendees:
The AIA Expo is a lively showcase of the products, materials, technologies, and services you need, introduced and demonstrated by the people you need to know. Visit the Expo floor to speak directly with representatives from more than 700 exhibitors and locate resources that will inform and enable your next project.
Show Floor Education
This year, we’re offering more opportunities on the show floor to help you earn continuing education credit. Attend a 60-minute education session in one of the CE Theatres or Learning Lounges to earn 1 LU.
AIA Expo—Floor Highlights
ARCHITECT Live will again be the broadcast center for this year’s convention. At the 2013 convention, Stephen Chung, AIA, spoke with leading industry thinkers and personalities live on the expo floor.
AIA Town Hall
Catch up with colleagues and meet members of the AIA National component staff. You can also attend continuing education programs and find out how you can maximize your AIA membership.
Visit the AIA Chicago Host Chapter Lounge. Network with colleagues, enjoy an activity, and take a moment to relax and recharge.
Next June, thousands of architects and design professionals will convene in Chicago for the 2014 AIA National Convention and Design Exposition, the industry's most comprehensive national event. As these practitioners gather on the expo floor, exhibitors at AIA Expo 2014 will have a unique opportunity to capture interest, engage contacts, and drive sales.
The AIA National Convention and Design Exposition is bringing together principals, partners, and other top level leaders who set budgets, select vendors, and specify products. Make sure your company is the one they turn to when these important players in the architecture community make influential decisions.
WHO SHOULD EXHIBIT?
Doors and Windows
General Building Products
Kitchen/Bath Landscape Design
Lighting Lumber/Wood Products
Metal Preservation/Restoration Remodeling
Renewable Energy Roofing
Stone and Tile
About the American Institute of Architects:
Based in Washington, D.C., the AIA has been the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners since 1857.