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Fallingwater Part 4:
The Story of a Country House—Construction
In this installment by Jim Atkins, FAIA, we learn how the strong wills of the architect and his client meshed to marshal a small army of talented individuals to realize a work of art deep in the Pennsylvania woods over Bear Run.
Standards, and Rating Systems
Chris Green, AIA, and Ravi Shah, Assoc. AIA, offer their thoughts on why standards and rating systems are not to be confused with jurisdictionally adopted codes.
in the Here and Now: What’s in a Name?
Charles Miles, NOMA, explains why Harlem is currently being parsed into sometimes inexplicable sub-neighborhoods amidst the current real-estate boom.
Detroit Needs to Get Small
A Newsweek article and an AIA SDAT report have come to the same conclusion. With a dwindling population, Detroit has to start acting like a much smaller city.
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