NYC Memorial Gives Shape to Memory
Michael Arad, AIA, started sketching designs right after 9/11. The result is “Reflecting Absence,”
sculptural voids formed from the World Trade Center footprints.
PENNSYLVANIA and WASHINGTON, DC
From The Washington Post:
HOME DESIGN TRENDS SURVEY
Conditions Stabilizing, with Focus on Energy Efficiency
A full recovery is further off in the distance, as key homebuilding sectors remain weak.
NAVIGATING THE ECONOMY
AIA Initiative to Jumpstart Stalled Projects
A new online database will pair architects with investors to get projects moving again.
The New Normal: Part 1
Ownership and equity are about more than square footage in today’s home—they’re about design’s value and process, too.
Small Projects Make Big Splash in Chicago
AIA Chicago hosted its first-ever Small Project Awards for buildings with construction budgets of under $500,000 and small installations with
construction budgets under $50,000.
Coming Up in AIArchitect
FALLINGWATER AND TALIESIN
Help AIA and AIArchitect celebrate some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most iconic works with a special issue on Sept. 23, featuring:
now at AIA LinkedIn.
- newly published photographs of Fallingwater and Taliesin
- an inside look at Fallingwater with longtime director Lynda Waggoner
- In their own Words: How AIA members connect with Frank Lloyd Wright
- a unique interactive graphic portraying Fallingwater’s extensive renovation and more.