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January 13, 2017
2017 AIA Awards - Architecture
This year's Architecture program recognizes the best of today’s architecture, regardless of budget, size, or type—including the heart of Stanford University's campus-wide energy system and a Kunsthalle-style art museum in Aspen.
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2017 AIA Awards - Interior Architecture
The 2017 Interior Architecture program celebrates the most innovative and spectacular interior spaces, with projects ranging from the 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City to the restaurant at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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2017 AIA Awards - Regional & Urban Design
The role of the architect continues to expand in urban design, regional and city planning, and community development. These awards identify projects and programs that contribute to the quality of such environments, including the redesign of Cleveland's downtown mall.
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A'17 Conference on Architecture
Featured Stories
Designing for the modern working mom
The conversation around best practices for designing lactation and wellness rooms mirrors a larger, much-needed national dialogue on reproductive health and how to make the workplace more welcoming for new parents.
AIA Global Practice Primer
This primer is designed for architects who are either considering the pursuit of projects abroad or already engaged in international work, serving to highlight the intricacies and potential complications when it comes to working around the globe.
Merging with a contractor
The merger of an architecture firm and a construction firm is a massive endeavor. If your firm is thinking about merging, think over these six elements of the process before proceeding.
Hip hop and architecture
In January's #AIAChat on Twitter, Michael Ford, the hip-hop architect, joined us to talk about the intersection of his two passions.
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