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Vol. 23    |    February 26, 2016
At the AIA's annual leadership event in Detroit, city mayors, entrepreneurs, and past and present Institute leaders gathered to discuss the importance of design and innovation in the future of our cities.
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Young Architects
This year's group of award recipients have shown exceptional leadership and greatly contributed to the field of architecture at an early stage in their careers.
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Associates Awards
The Institute recognizes its associate members who've displayed an unparalleled level of commitment to their communities and the profession.
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Featured Stories
Architects are so committed to their work, says Kin DuBois, FAIA, that they often have trouble examining architecture within a broader ethical context.
Rem Koolhaas
Rethinking, reimagining, revising your plans for the world’s future—it’s all on the agenda on Day 3 in Philly, beginning with Koolhaas, the provocateur and Pritzker Prize winner whose unapologetic critique of politics and urban design is a call to arms for ambitious architects.
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Russ Davidson, FAIA
The realities of practicing today require special considerations. Learn more about what AIA is doing in the upcoming months to address these issues.
The new year opened with both a surge of winter weather and a downshift in firm billings.
Presidential Profiles
With Super Tuesday only days away, stay informed on where the presidential candidates stand on key issues.
Engaging the Media
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In partnership with Houzz, the AIA is kicking off a charitable children's playhouse design competition, PlayHouzz 2016. People will vote for their favorite design on Houzz's website and the winning design will be constructed and displayed at the 2016 AIA Convention in Philadelphia.
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