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May 18, 2018
2018 Housing Awards
The 2018 Housing Awards emphasize the importance of good housing as a necessity of life, a sanctuary for the human spirit, and a valuable national resource. This year, 11 projects across four categories were recognized by AIA's Housing and Community Development Knowledge Community.
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Healthcare and senior living
With an aging population and changes in health services, the need for senior living and healthcare facilities is greater than ever. How can architects and emerging professionals rise to the occasion?
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Member benefit spotlight

Legislators make decisions every day that affect you, your profession, and your community. Members of AIA’s Legislative Action Network (LAN) get first access to prime advocacy opportunities, including legislative briefings and election recaps. Join your fellow members to make a difference for architects across the country.

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Featured Stories
Designing for building safety and high performance
Higher performing buildings can be safer and more livable. In honor of National Building Safety Month, learn how understanding risks, materials, and details can enhance your building projects.
This Texas firm survived a downturn by solving problems beyond design
When times turned tough economically, Fort Worth-based Huckabee thrived by doubling down on its educational clients and reinventing itself as a full-service K-12 thought leader.
The 179D deduction is helping some firms save hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. AIA partner alliantgroup breaks down the benefits and what the deduction could mean for your business.
As workplace environments move toward collaborative spaces and open floor plans, AIA partner Kawneer explores the impact on the office building’s façade.
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