Committee on Architecture for Education

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The Committee on Architecture for Education (CAE) is a large and active group of architects and allied professionals concerned with the quality and design of all types of educational, cultural, and recreational facilities.

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photos from the past AIA CAE conferences 

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Monkeying Around   1.72MB   1 version
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Steve Shiver, AIA, winds up the Monkey Carousel in the Plaza. (c) Claire Gallagher
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Engineering the Chair   816K   1 version
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Paul Hutton, AIA, and Claire Gallagher, Assoc. AIA, are left dangling at Lick Wilmerding High School. (c) Bob Moje
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Tempting Fate   104K   1 version
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Claire Gallagher, Assoc. AIA, tempts fate under a grand piano. (c) Claire Gallagher
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Open Air   846K   1 version
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Phil Poinelli, FAIA, and conference chair David Hurley, AIA, on the b'ball court at the Marin Country Day School. (c) Paul Hutton
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Top Ten Projects   1.43MB   1 version
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Bill Leddy, FAIA, introduces the crowd to Nueva School director, Kim Saxe. (c) Steve Shiver
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Not Just Another Design School   1.50MB   1 version
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Attendees explore the DSchool at Stanford University, where innovators from across the university come to take on the world’s messy problems together. (c) Steve Shiver
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Rolling Through the Bay   1.44MB   1 version
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Steve Shiver, AIA, tries on a head-size portion of world's largest functioning toothpick sculpture, made by Scott Weaver over 37 years. See the entire model on exhibit at the San Francisco Exploratorium. (c) Claire Gallagher
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Exploring Standford   800K   1 version
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Attendees take in the historic quad, SEQ, Arts District, School of Medicine at Stanford University, before heading off to Google Headquarters. (c) Paul Hutton

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