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Rem Koolhaas
The 2016 AIA Convention ended with a keynote from Rem Koolhaas, Hon. FAIA, the Pritzker Prize winner and master provocateur who spoke with Mohsen Mostafavi, Intl. Assoc. AIA, on the need to embrace a "multiplicity of interpretations."
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Bruce Sekanick
In a run-off vote that took place on Saturday, Bruce W. Sekanick, AIA, from AIA Eastern Ohio was elected 2017-2018 Secretary.
Carl Elefante, AIA, elected 2017 AIA First Vice President/2018 President-elect >
Peter J. Exley, FAIA, elected At-large Director >
Convention Day Three
The 2016 AIA Convention may have ended, but that doesn't mean we can't still have some fun! Here are some of the social media highlights of the last day of #AIACon16.
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Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship
Featured Stories
Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown
"They showed how people from two very different backgrounds can come together and create work that is far more interesting and diverse than had they practiced alone."
Russ Davidson and Robert Ivy
At the opening General Session of the 2016 AIA Convention, AIA President Russell A. Davidson, FAIA, and AIA EVP/CEO Robert Ivy, FAIA, both spoke on the present and future of the Institute.
Business Meeting
The annual AIA business meeting sparked debate about ethical implications of unpaid labor and conclusions about Seven World Trade Center’s collapse.
AIA Voices, Inga Saffron
Inga Saffron, Pulitzer Prize–winning architecture critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer, discusses her past professional life as a war correspondent and how that experience plays into her criticism of architecture today.
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