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Vol. 23    |    April 22, 2016
2016 Library Awards
Recognizing the finest in library architecture, from a renovated public library in Kansas to a college library in Massachusetts that holds rare original copies of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.
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2016 AIA COTE Top Ten
Every year, the AIA's Committee on the Environment highlights 10 projects that push the boundaries of both sustainable and beautiful design. This year's crop, along with a fully transformed and environmentally responsive Top Ten Plus recipient from Portland, Ore., continues that trend.
View all recipients | Check out the COTE Top Ten for Students
2016 candidates
All of the 2016 candidates for AIA national office — including presidential candidates Brian P. Dougherty, FAIA; Carl Elefante, FAIA; and Ellis L. “Lanny” McIntosh, AIA — spoke at Grassroots 2016 on their visions for the Institute going forward.
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Featured Stories
After a slight decline in January and a weak recovery in February, architecture firms were reporting healthier business conditions in March.
Russ Davidson, FAIA
When architects invest the time and resources to advocate for smart policy, legislators listen. And there's no better time to speak up than now.
Cal Poly
California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo is one of the newest members of the National Resilience Initiative and faculty members Margot McDonald, AIA, and William Siembieda are leading the curriculum and resiliency initiatives.
Speak Up
From July 13-15 in Washington, D.C., SpeakUp is the place to be for architects. Use your passion to advance positive change for the profession.
Birmingham Video
Learn how the AIA Regional and Urban Design Assistance Team (R/UDAT) brought Birmingham's Pratt City neighborhood together after the 2011 tornado disaster.
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