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Vol. 22    |    August 26, 2016
Justice Facilities Review
The eight award recipients of the 2016 Justice Facilities Review offer a broad range of design strategies and depict the latest trends in the design and construction of these facilities in the United States, including the implementation of sustainable justice principles.
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Emerging professionals
In both modern-day politics and the architecture world, young people are throwing themselves into policy conversations and pushing to have their voices heard. The AIA's inaugural SpeakUp event was no exception.
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Baton Rouge flooding
AIA EVP/CEO Robert Ivy expresses the Institute's deepest concern for all those affected by the flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; he also explains how architects can help.
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Featured Stories
Accessible design
A Seattle-based architect offers up one of his award-winning projects as proof that "design for aging" and "beauty" don't have to be mutually exclusive.
Heading into an increasingly contentious presidential election season, architecture firms continued to report solid business conditions.
Universal design
Safe and accessible outdoor environments are important for all ages, but senior communities in particular need smart, thought-out connections to the natural world.
New overtime rule
With the Department of Labor's new overtime rules set to go into effect this December, we offer a brief outline of what AIA members can expect.
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