AIA Northern Virginia
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Chapter Overview
The American Institute of Architects Northern Virginia Chapter is a non-profit professional association representing more than 1,000 Northern Virginia architects, interns and allied professionals. The Chapter offers professional development, networking and outreach opportunities as well as tours and lectures to advance the knowledge of architecture and practice among professionals and promote awareness and appreciation of architecture among the public.

The Northern Virginia Chapter encompasses 25 cities and counties in Virginia:

Alexandria (city)
Arlington
Caroline
Clarke
Culpeper
Fairfax
Fairfax (city)
Falls Church (city)
Fauquier
Frederick
Fredericksburg (city)
King George
Loudoun
Madison
Manassas (city)
Manassas Park (city)
Orange
Page
Prince William
Rappahannock
Shenandoah
Spotsylvania
Stafford
Warren
Winchester (city)

Chartered by the American Institute of Architects in 1975, AIA Northern Virginia is one of five local components affiliated with AIA Virginia.

Virginia Chapters:
AIA Blue Ridge
AIA Central Virginia
AIA Hampton Roads
AIA Northern Virginia
AIA Richmond

AIA Northern Virginia is also one of three DC metro area chapters:
AIA Northern Virginia
AIA|DC
AIA Potomac Valley

The AIA Northern Virginia Chapter House is located in Old Town Alexandria in the complex of buildings belonging to Virginia Tech's Washington Alexandria Architecture Center.