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Vol. 22    |    June 26, 2015

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AIA Home Design Trends Survey

Home Design Trends Survey
The AIA is proud to present a new visual format for its Home Design Trends Survey results. This Q1 report covers Home and Property Design and offers charts and figures to help identify emerging trends and review business conditions. If you have any feedback on our new graphic, please send it to economics@aia.org.
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Committed to Energy Transparency

AIA 2030 Design Data Exchange
A new tool from the AIA 2030 Commitment allows firms to report and compare energy usage for their project portfolio, opening the door to a new era of openness and efficiency.
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Challenging Filmmakers to Look Up

Look Up Film Challenge
The next step in the AIA’s public awareness campaign asks filmmakers to tell an architectural story by entering the Look Up Film Challenge.
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Field Constructs Design Competition

Treading Lightly on Sensitive Ground

The Field Constructs Design Competition in Austin features finalists that explore the ever-evolving relationship between natural and urban ecologies.
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Business Conditions at Firms Bounce Back in May

After experiencing relatively soft business conditions for much of the past winter and spring, many architecture firms saw signs of improvement in May.
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Apps for Architects: BookBuddy

In the latest of our series on smartphone and tablet applications that provide value for architects, we review the straightforward digital library BookBuddy.
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AIA Trust

A Comparison Guide to Professional Liability Policies

An independent advisor to the AIA Trust evaluates policies from six insurance carriers and provides guidance to AIA members on some of the coverage differences.
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Video: Make Your Mark

At AIA Convention 2015, the Emerging Professionals took the Expo Floor by storm. Their booth started blank and ended up covered in original murals, string art, and crowd-sourced drawings.

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