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Design Matters

ABI: Architecture Firms Report a Downturn in Business Conditions in April

Just a bump in the road to recovery, or something more serious?

FabCab Offers Universally Designed Pre-Fab

One Seattle architect sees universal design as the key to bringing pre-fab home.

'Miami Pearl' Wins Miami Marine Stadium Floating Stage Competition

With preservation help from AIA Miami, designs from around the world re-imagine a disused and crumbling Modernist icon.

Exclusive Web Video: 2011 Honor Award Recipients

Web Video: What's the Regional Design Revolution in Your Community?

Slideshow: Small Project Practitioners Awards

Read the Story: SPP Awards

Convention Wrap-Up

Institute Update: What the AIA is Doing for You

A look at how the AIA is working for its members.

International Presidents Forum Looks at Architects' Role in Disaster Recovery

"Architects have the creative ability to envision what should happen," says Robert Ivy, FAIA, Chief Executive Officer/EVP of the AIA.

How BIM Can Help Japanese Disaster Recovery Efforts

Two months after the disasters in Japan, architects are planning emergency shelters with BIM.

Putting the World's Informal Cities on the Map

The fastest growing cities and neighborhoods are the ones architects and planners know the least about.


More Convention News

Former Honolulu Mayor Jeremy Harris, Hon. AIA: Architects Have Experience and Background to Lead Rebirth of American Cities

Harris, and other civic leaders at an AIA Convention keynote panel, ask architects to lead an urban transformation.

Keynote Speaker Jeb Brugmann: Use Strategic Design to Optimize Your Market Advantage

It's time for the urban development industry "to think big, to be more revolutionary."

Fumihiko Maki, Hon. FAIA, Accepts 2011 AIA Gold Medal During Convention Ceremonies

The Gold Medal recipient is "grateful to receive this honor from the country where I spent my formative and youthful years."

TOTO Demonstrates Universal Design to AIA Leaders at Convention

Universal design needs to be a basic part of best practices.

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