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aiarchitect | volume 16   the news of america’s community of architects September 18, 2009
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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.
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Codes, 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.
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Harlem 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.
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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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