Michael Crosbie, chairman and associate professor of the University of Hartford Department of Architecture talks with Andrew Caruso, AIA. In his role as the head of Intern Development and Academic Outreach for Gensler, Andrew develops human capital strategy and advises the firm’s chief executives on emerging talent in the design industry. He’s truly engaged in exploring the future of our profession.
In this podcast, we will look into a piece of AIA’s future through the eyes of the newly elected 2015 AIA First Vice President and 2016 AIA President, Russell A. Davidson, FAIA.
Deepika Padam, AIA, is founder and principal of BLEND architecture in San Francisco. While leading her own firm, she has assumed leadership roles for AIA at local, state and national levels, and advocates for sustainable design with the US Green Building Council.
We wanted to inform you that the AIA site will be down for maintenance on Sunday, July 27th.
Styles and building materials -- whether brownstone from Portland or
brick from Windsor -- tell only part of the story of Connecticut's
architectural heritage , which stretches back even...
“Conservation” is a term most often associated with saving species, forests, reefs, old media and art, and old buildings. However this amazing term applies to economics, fuel sourced energy, and many...
Hi AAJ folks,
I thought you would find this piece of interest: a critique of electronic monitoring as a form of "techno-utopianism" that does not live up to its hype. Some good words of caution...
Join us for the 2014 AIA Multicultural Summit: The Many Voices of Architecture, September 12-13, in vibrant New Orleans!
This dynamic event seeks to promote cultural change within the profession...
If you missed today's "Is the Devil in the Details? Exploring the LOD Specification" webinar, you can download a PDF version of the presentation here -http://bit.ly/TAP1402
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