Architecture For Animals

Due to severe weather forecasted for Friday, we will be postponing the Opening Celebration for AFA 2017 (especially since much of the celebration will involve doggy demonstrations).

Please stay tuned, as we are working out a revised date that works with the calendars of the participating organizations.

AFA 2017

A Community Collaboration between

Sponsorship Information

Thank you to our sponsors!

Station Descriptions

Please click HERE for complete PDF of all station descriptions.

Thank you to our participants!

In Memory of Andrea Pastor, by Jim Pastor

Shelter animals often have low selfesteem and fear issues due to abuse and sub-standard conditions that they have been subjected to, where the results are fearing certain situations and objects in which normal domestic pets take for granted, such as crossing through a doorway or going up a couple of steps.

In an effort to help HSMC trainers work with the shelter animals, AFA participants will collaborate in creative design and in construction of interactive stations, which will help the animals conquer fears, build confidence and develop trust in humans, so they will be ready for adoption into their permanent homes.

Weather you’re an architect, engineer, contractor, vendor, supplier or supporter, please join us as we embark on this meaningful community collaboration...we need your participation!


For more information, please contact:

AIA:        Lisa Hess, AIA  

CSI:        Erika Imhoff, CSI

HSMC:   Rick Yocum, Ex.Dir




AIA Florida Gulf Coast Chapter | P.O. Box 160 | Sarasota | FL | 34230 | | 941.315.8242

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