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November 10, 2017
Tax Reform
The GOP's tax reform overhaul proposal—dubbed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—has been released, and it contains major risks for the architecture profession. Here's what tax reform might mean for you, where AIA stands on tax reform overall, and how you can help shape the final bill.
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Practice Innovation Lab
How will architecture be practiced in the future? What new practice models can our best and brightest dream up? Sixty architects, designers, and practitioners from related fields came together at the Practice Innovation Lab to debate these questions and more.
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Innovation Awards 2017
The 2017 Innovation Awards, presented by AIA’s Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community, recognize four unique projects that exemplify and further the use of new practices and technologies.
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Member benefit spotlight

The Building Research Information Knowledgebase (BRIK) offers free access to professionally reviewed, practice-relevant research highlighted by AIA, the National Institute of Building Sciences, and the BRIK partners. Discover resources for evidence-based design and use that knowledge to inform your next project.

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Featured Stories
Small firm contracts
Of all the AIA Contract Documents, which ones are the most valuable for small firms? The principal of a six-person firm provides an overview of AIA's most relevant small firm-centric contracts.
Daniel Brown, Assoc. AIA
As a professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Daniel Brown, Assoc. AIA, places a premium on mentorship as he builds up his students to tackle new challenges in architecture and beyond.
Marvin Windows and Doors
When envisioning the perfect home for their family—one that would work for two daughters with special needs—this couple found an architect who focused on flexibility and accessibility, including products from AIA partner Marvin Windows and Doors.
Zurn Industries
Commercial restrooms can be havens for germs and disease; that's why AIA partner Zurn focuses on the three s's—space, sensor, and surface—to provide systems that'll keep your users happy and healthy.
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