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Vol. 22    |    July 29, 2016
Architects who overcame disabilities
Twenty-six years after the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibited discrimination against the disabled, we present the stories of four diversely-abled architects who have changed the profession.
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Find clients through social media
The former director of marketing at a small firm explains how their social media strategies created clients—including a group of craft breweries—from seemingly out of nowhere.
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2016 AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Awards
The seven recipients of this year's Healthcare Design Awards—a joint endeavor of the AIA and the Academy of Architecture for Health—exhibit exceptional strengths that tackle aesthetic, civic, urban, and social concerns.
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AIA Economics
ABI
The majority of architecture firms continued to report improving business conditions, starting the summer off on a positive note.
Consensus Construction Forecast
Overall building construction spending is expected to grow around 6 percent this year, and stay in that range for 2017.
AIA State Economic Profiles
These newly updated profiles include a collection of economic indicators that can inform discussions on policies affecting the industry, along with helping on business decisions specific to your area.
AIA Awards
Featured Stories
Ben Edwards
One emerging professional explains how, despite a disability, he successfully tackled the AIA ARE 7in7 Challenge and passed all his exams in a week.
SpeakUp
At the AIA's inaugural advocacy and action event, more than 150 architects received a three-day master class in how to better advocate for the profession.
Public Workshop
A nationwide youth organization is building communities and reusing urban spaces through the power of both young energy and design.
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