The Denver Business Journal covers the AIA's work on legislation that provides recent architectural graduates loan assistance or tuition forgiveness in return for providing pro-bono services to the community.
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Look Up Film Challenge Winners Announced
The winners of the Look Up Film Challenge were announced in Chicago as part of the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Sherry-Lee Bloodworth-Botop, Executive Director of the Architects Foundation, discusses the importance of the first National Resilience Initiative (NRI) annual report.
Fast Company takes a closer look at the growing obesity crisis among children
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Architecture Billings Index Backslides Slightly
The ABI slipped in August after showing mostly healthy business conditions so far this year with a score of 49.1, down from a mark of 54.7 in July. Midwest and South regions continue to see the best business conditions.Read full press release here
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Film Challenge Highlights Impact Architects Have on Communities
AIA Opposes Legislation That Guts Energy Conservation Goals for Federal Buildings
National contest for filmmakers to showcase impact architects have on communities
2015 AIA Gold Medal Awarded to Moshe Safdie, FAIA
The Board of Directors of the AIA voted to award the 2015 AIA Gold Medal to Moshe Safdie, FAIA, whose comprehensive and humane approach to designing public and cultural spaces across the world has touched millions of people and influenced generations of younger architects.Read AIArchitect story here
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