Join the conversation and connect with design!
The Austin Foundation for Architecture offers a variety of programming for all audiences, from families and students to architecture and design professionals and enthusiasts. Connect with fellow Austinites who share a love of architecture and design through our exhibitions, events, and tours.
Above: P A R K S P A C E by Abby Comeau
Guide to Austin Architecture
A joint venture between AIA Austin and the Austin Foundation for Architecture, the Guide to Austin Architecture offers insight into the city’s unique places and spaces with walking tours, texts, and images curated by local architects. We will continue to add to the Guide to reflect Austin’s many communities—check back often!
ArchiTalks @ Articulture
This series showcases Austin’s diverse and talented community of architects and designers, with each installment focusing on an individual or collective and their unique approach to their work.
Thursday, November 18, 6-9pm
Mary Elizabeth Branch Park Pavilion
Form:Function is our most important benefit of each year. Ticket sales and sponsorships support the development of community leaders, programs, and events that enhance the urban experience for us all. During this special celebration, the Foundation, AIA Austin, and friends come together to recognize recipients of the prestigious AIA Austin Honor Awards.
P A R K S P A C E
P A R K S P A C E is an intervention that helps visualize social distancing guidelines in Austin’s parks and green spaces. As Austinites step carefully back out of their homes, we need to shift the ways we move through and interact in public spaces. To help with this transition, P A R K S P A C E provides a creative wayfinding system to encourage safe practices for our community.
Discover Design Over Dinner
This design-oriented dinner series offers memorable evenings hosted by local architects and designers and set in iconic buildings and homes not typically open to the public. Attendees enjoy food and conversation while learning about the building’s design, construction, and architectural significance to Austin. Past dinners have taken place at the Seaholm Power Plant, T3 (The Think Tank) Headquarters, and architect-designed residences.
The Austin Foundation for Architecture and AIA Austin jointly coordinate an exhibition program to interpret architecture and its relationship to art, culture, and community for a broad public audience. Through environments conducive to learning and discovery, these experiences are intended to promote the critical examination and understanding of architecture, and to inspire curiosity and delight.
Explore past programs and events hosted by the Foundation to promote education, awareness, and appreciation of architecture for all Austinites.