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SEED: Social/Economic/Environmental Design

Public Interest Design is a quickly growing sector of the practice of Architecture. SEED provides Public Interest Design with a professional standard of ethical practice through a clear mission and step-by-step process

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Focus Search - In a 2011 poll of members of the American Institute of Architects funded by the FAIA Latrobe Prize, 77% agreed that this mission were appropriate for Public Interest Design: Every person should be able to live in a socially, economically and environmentally healthy community

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Wisdom from the Field - 2011 Latrobe Prize

The 2011 Latrobe Prize, awarded to a group of architectural researchers for their study titled, “Public Interest Practices in Architecture” has completed their research and published the findings. The American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows 2011 Latrobe Prize for research...

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Energy Efficient Homes: Tight and Healthy

This September 10, 2012 presentation is a part of the ongoing Housing Knowledge Community research webinar series. View the complete series archive . The new energy codes and guidelines are requiring very tight houses with little or no air infiltration. There has been much debate about the...

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Focus Search - /erv.pdf Efficient Homes:  Tight and Healthy Sponsored by AIA Housing Knowledge Community Future, Free AIA Webinars September 14 5D BIM: Design Costs Analysis September 17 GE Crotonville: Reimagining Global Leadership Education October 25 Brand Building in the Era of the Empowered Client Register at No Cost Next Month’s HKC Webinar Public Interest Design is a quickly growing sector of the practice of  Architecture. The SEED Evaluator provides Public Interest Design with a  professional standard of ethical practice through a clear mission and step‐by‐ step process. Bryan Bell, the Design Corps founder, will present on his current project  “Public Interest Design,” funded through the 2011 AIA Latrobe Prize

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HKC1503: Department of the Navy Housing Privatization and Veterans Affairs Housing Programs

This webinar will present and overview of the Department of the Navy Housing Privatization program and the Department of Veteran's Affairs Enhanced Use Leasing Housing Program. The Navy's program consists of over 62,000 family housing units and over 6,500 rooms for unaccompanied Sailors. This...

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PMKC Digest: 2017 Issues

Read through the 2017 Issues of the Practice Management Digest! This library entry will be updated as new issues are released. April 2017: Greening Your Practice: Sustainable business practices and easy ways to incorporate sustainability into your projects ( Read online ) July 2017: Pro...

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