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March 9, 2018
AI in architecture
In recent years, technology and automation in architecture have soared. But not all architects have taken advantage of emerging technologies, and there is a growing sense that if firms don’t incorporate artificial intelligence into practice, they’ll get left behind.
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Honorary Membership
This year’s Honorary AIA members excel in fields beyond architecture but have left an indelible impact on architects by enriching their professional lives and inspiring the world to appreciate good design.
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Home Design Trends Survey
The AIA Home Design Trends Survey for Q4 of 2017 is now available; this interactive report identifies emerging trends in kitchen and bath design, along with residential business conditions.
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Member benefit spotlight

With Emerge by AIAU, gain experience on your time and your terms. Earn AXP credit hours on topics ranging from economics and ethics to sustainability. Courses are discounted for AIA members and free for Associate AIA members.

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Featured Stories
Blueprint for Better
AIA’s 2018 public awareness campaign, Blueprint for Better, reinforces the role of architects as leaders in improving our cities, towns, and neighborhoods. We want architects to have a key seat at the table when important civic decisions are made.
Compensation strategies from a small firm principal
On the heels of the Small Firm Compensation Report, a principal of Work Program Architects in Norfolk, Virginia, describes how being financially transparent and sharing responsibilities has improved happiness in her workplace.
Monica Bettendorf Hartberg, AIA
As the president of a 57-person firm in Minneapolis, Monica Bettendorf Hartberg, AIA, has risen to the top of the profession. But the occasional look of surprise when a woman attends a construction meeting reminds her that we still have to work towards equity.
LP Building Products
AIA partner LP Building Products reveals how new approaches to wall design are saving builders time and hassle while boosting cost savings for architects.
Design Justice Summit
GE Monogram
Compensation Report
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