Jan 3, 2014  
Featured Project
Benning Library
The first in a series of new libraries for Washington, D.C.
Mar 3, 2014  
Theodore Landsmark
President's Advisory Board Member
Apr 7, 2014  
Featured News
Advisory Board to assist President
Torrez, Landsmark, Calderon and Prigmore join committee
Apr 2, 2013  
Conference Update
Conference 2014
42nd Annual Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Registration is now open for the 42nd Annual NOMA Conference
Visit the official conference website to register today

NOMA Call for Presentations has been released!
Visit the official conference website to submit your presentation/seminar.

NOMA President attends Second Annual White House Workshop

Representing both NOMA and the CHANGES Coalition, NOMA President Kathy Dixon attended the Minorities in STEM Workshop held at the White House on February 26th, 2014.  Read more

Preserving African American Historic Districts

Join us on this exciting and unique mobile tour, “Impacts of Preservation & Reinvestments: African American Historic Districts,” that will visit three African-American historic districts in the City of Atlanta associated w ith the Civil Rights Movement – Sunset Avenue; Collier Heights; and Sweet Auburn. Read more.

Rebuilding around the globe

Architects are acutely aware of the devastation and aftermath that comes from natural disasters like the typhoon and tornados that have recently struck at home and abroad.  NOMA members are encouraged to support the frontline organizations who are there helping the survivors to rebuild their lives.  Below are a few of the organizations that are providing immediate assistance to victims in the Phillipines and the American midwest.

American Red Cross
Feed the Hungry
Architecture for Humanity
Phillipines Red Cross
World Food Program

Share Victoria's experience at the Harvard Career Discovery Program

Victoria Acevedo is a senior studying Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Through NOMA and her local Atlanta chapter, she received an opportunity to attend the Career Discovery Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Design last summer. During the program, Acevedo studied Landscape Architecture, attended interdisciplinary lectures, and explored the Boston/Cambridge area. This article is the final post from her blog "I Parked My Car in Harvard Yard" where Acevedo looks back at her experience and highlights life lessons she learned as she finds her spot in the design profession. Read more.

The 2014 Student Design Competition Brief has been released  
Click here to download the program and instructions.


NOMA 2014 Conference
NOMA 2014 Conference