Larry Staples Appointed to National Board of AIA’s Academy of Architecture for Health

Las Vegas – (Dec.  23, 2015) – Larry Staples, AIA, President of IN2IT Architecture, has been appointed to the National Board of the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH). With the shift in healthcare and the city of Las Vegas becoming a more influential player in the industry, the appointment gives the state of Nevada a direct platform and voice in the evolving healthcare architecture industry.

Larry Staples

Larry Staples

In his role, Mr. Staples will oversee several committees on major regional, national and international initiatives focusing on healthcare planning, design and construction. In addition, he will lead regional knowledge community committees and partnership development with national institutions such as the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE).


“I’m honored to represent Las Vegas and the state of Nevada in this capacity,” said Mr. Staples. “As we head into 2016, I look forward to exciting healthcare growth opportunities both within the Las Vegas community and in communities throughout the nation. It’s inspiring to know that we can impact the potential of saving lives through architectural design.”

The appointment comes as the Academy of Architecture for Health prepares to celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2016. For more information, please visit www.in2itarchitecture.com.

About IN2IT Architecture:

As President of IN2IT Architecture and active member of the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health, Mr. Staples works constantly to improve healthcare environments through thoughtful planning, programming, and design. Mr. Staples is a member of several leading organizations and associations including the American Institute of Architects, the American Hospital Association, the American Society of Healthcare Engineers and is currently Vice Chair of the American Lung Association in Nevada’s Leadership Board.

About the Academy of Architecture for Health:

The AAH mission is to improve both the quality of healthcare design and the design of healthy communities by developing, documenting, and disseminating knowledge; educating design practitioners and other related constituencies; advancing the practice of architecture; and affiliating and advocating with others that share these priorities.