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aiarchitect | volume 16   the news of america’s community of architects March 27, 2009
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The Power of Diversity
“They say you can’t make great design by committee. But you can, and you should. Buildings are used by many people, and many people should have input into how they are created.”—Craig Dykers

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How Architectural Interns Can Survive the Recession
In this industry, it is sometimes difficult to have a true sense of the direction firms are taking in these tough economic times. What we all do know is that it is going to take some time before this economy recovers.

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Philip G. Freelon, FAIA, LEED-AP, is the founder of The Freelon Group, which since 1990 has grown into a practice focusing on college/university, transportation/aviation, and museum/cultural center projects.
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If you’re an architect who's feeling bad because of the slumping building industry, think of this: at least you’re not an industrial product designer.

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