Billings continue to grow at architecture firms, but more slowly in April

    After a reasonably volatile first quarter, architecture firms reported slow growth in their billings for April.<br/>     
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Rising up against climbing sea levels

    Hampton University is one of the newest members of the National Resilience Initiative, a nationwide network of resilient design studios.<br/>    
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10 add-ons to an architectural week in Philadelphia

    All 2016 AIA Convention attendees, and Philadelphia visitors in general, should tack these 10 side activities onto their trip.<br/>  
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Asked and answered: Presidential candidates respond to emerging professionals

    The three candidates for 2017 First Vice President all answered three questions of relevance to emerging professionals and young architects.<br/>    
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Gensler suggests architecture firms play larger role in battling climate change

    A new research report from Gensler provides guidance for architects seeking best practices for battling climate change.<br/>     
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Cal Poly: A living laboratory for resilient design

    California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo is one of the newest members of the National Resilience Initiative.<br/>  
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Daniel R. Silver, AIA, architect for over 30 years

    Daniel R. Silver, AIA, whose career spanned more than 30 years at architectural firms, died suddenly on March 8, 2016.<br/>  
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Architecture firms end 2016’s first quarter with an upturn in billings

    After a slight decline in January and a weak recovery in February, architecture firms were reporting healthier business conditions in March of 2016.<br/>    
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Speak up, speak out

    AIA President Russell A. Davidson discusses how an election year is the perfect time to let our voices be heard.<br/>    
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2016 Convention Business Matters

    An overview of business matters for the 2016 AIA Convention, including questions for the candidates from small firms and emerging professionals.<br/>    
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What all architects need to know about materials transparency

    A new white paper from the AIA offers five important insights into the transparency process.<br/>    
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Four lessons from the leading edge of sustainable design

    Four takeaways from "Lessons from the Leading Edge," a detailed report that examines 19 years of the AIA COTE Top Ten awards.<br/>   
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Finding the relevance in resilience

    The director at the University of Minnesota's Center for Sustainable Building Research on joining the National Resilience Initiative.<br/>   
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Goodbye delays, hello permits

    One architect's new permit streamlining process could provide benefits for all.<br/>     
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The dream of the art of architecture

    Architects are asked to deliver what the client has asked for, but also to transcend the program to envision the unexpected.<br/>    
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Architecture firm billings recover modestly in February

    U.S. architecture firms reported a modest recovery in billings in February 2016 following a small dip in January.<br/>   
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Grassroots 2016: Building upon ideas

    For the first time, Grassroots, the AIA's annual leadership conference, broke away from Washington, DC, and relocated to the city of Detroit.<br/>   
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Modest slowdown in architecture firm billings in January

    Business conditions at architecture firms softened modestly in January to start the new year.<br/>   
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Embracing Frank Lloyd Wright’s sense of purpose

    Architects are strong individually, says 2016 AIA President Russell A. Davidson, but together we can do much more for the profession.<br/>   
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Defining the lower limits of an ethical framework

    Architects are so committed to their work that they often have trouble examining architecture within a broader ethical context.<br/>     
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