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Vol. 22    |    June 17, 2016
Young architects
With so many alternative career paths open to young architects, what keeps today's generation on the road to practicing? And what can firms of all shapes and sizes do to attract talent and stand out amongst the crowd?
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Home Design Trends Survey
The AIA Home Design Trends Survey for Q1 of 2016 is now available; this interactive report identifies emerging trends in home and property design, along with residential business conditions.
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Featured Stories
Healthy design
The story of two firms that, in an effort to improve public health and stand out in the marketplace, began pursuing WELL Certification for their projects and incorporating healthy design into everyday practice.
The Betty and Clint Josey Pavilion
The latest in a series of case studies on AIA members participating in Public Architecture's 1+ program examines Lake|Flato's pro bono work on Texas's first living building.
AIA Kinetic
In this exclusive excerpt from the AIA Kinetic app, find out what firm leaders need to consider—including benefits and overtime policies—when deciding on a compensation strategy.
Editor's Picks
Editor's Picks, a new feature from the AIA, was created to help busy architects digest critical, newsworthy articles in varied areas of the utmost importance to the profession.
Lapeyre Stair
Look Up Film Challenge
The I Look Up Film Challenge calls upon filmmakers to share their vision with a short minute video exploring the power of architecture to create solutions and uplift communities. Take on the competition; take the challenge.
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