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BIM for Lifecycle Management: Bootcamp for Architects, Contractors, and Engineers

Overview:Owners lament: I’ve been given BIMs from our latest project. What do I do with them?This workshop helps BIM practitioners provide answers to this vexing question posed by owners.The workshop begins with a study of the latest research data on the BIM ecosystem. Novel approaches in BIM...

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Voices in Venice: Team USA in ‘Olympics’ of Architecture

In a similar fashion as the leading international sporting events, the Olympic Games that alternate with the Summer and Winter Games, the architecture world has its own version embodied in the Venice Architecture Biennale . As with the Summer Game, it occurs during the summer in the northern...


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UCLA Ambulatory Surgery and Cancer Center Case Study Pilot Project

Architects, Designers and Planners usually conduct literature reviews, site and facilities tours, and occasionally put together informal “case studies” for their clients and teams to review before beginning a new project. The AIA AAH Research Initiatives Committee proposes a new and more formal...

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Institute Honor Awards: St. Patrick's Cathedral

St. Patrick’s Cathedral Restoration ProjectMurphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects(The full project profile is available for download below)By Michael Mills, FAIAThis project was a labor of love and commitment by the design and client team to carefully renew this New York City and world landmark...

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What Is The Significance of Customer Services in Higher Education?

In any business scenario, customer support service bears great significance. At the moment, various conventional higher education institutions are not able to generate enough revenues and they are constantly in search of ways that can help them to do more with less resources. The best...


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COTE Scholar Papers

Since 2008, the AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) has proudly offered the COTE Research Scholarship. This program asks one selected student to conduct research and studies on a particular topic related to sustainable design – both at the building and community scale. The scholar spends the...

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2016 Public Architects Workshop Resources

Resources for the Public Architects WorkshopWE203 - Architects, Public Architects, and P3 Development: Innovation, Challenges, Lessons Learned https://convention.aia.org/Attendee/Schedule/SessionDetails/36181 #Tips #Presentations #Development #publicarchitects #CaseStudies #2016 ...

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RE - TIRE - TENT, Cat Shelter

First Place Winner, Architects for AnimalsMayor's Alliance for NYC AnimalsAn adaptive reuse design, with the aim of provide shelter for New York City's feral cats.Project Team:A collaborative effort between Narofsky Architecture & Jean-Pierre A. Pirrello, AIAStuart Narofsky, FAIAJean-Pierre A....

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Cathedral Bluff Residence

This project involved a “down-to-the-studs” renovation and addition to a 1970’s era home on Whidbey Island, Washington. The architect was contacted by the owners shortly after they had purchased the property as a weekend getaway & gathering place for their family. The home sits perched at the...

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