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The AIA Cities project enhances the architectural profession's connection to the public through a series of short audio recordings. Listeners are able to get an “inside look” from the architect’s perspective of the built environment around them through a series of audio tours that highlight iconic structures in Denver, Los Angeles, New York City, and Washington, D.C. Take advantage of this immersive experience using Field Trip, a groundbreaking location-aware mobile app from Niantic Labs at Google, or by listening to the recordings on this website.
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AIA Cities: Chicago

Chicago

Chicago architects are designing the future while honoring the past. Some of Chicago’s premier architects will give you a preview of things to come starting with a trip on the L train at CTA Morgan Station. This trip includes stops at art centers, living spaces and an R & D center.

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AIA Cities: Denver

Denver

AIA National invites you to learn more about the city of Denver's architecture through the voice of practicing architects and AIA members. Learn about featured landmarks such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the Denver International Airport and the Colorado Convention Center.

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AIA Cities: Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Delve into stories behind major landmarks in the number one metropolis on the West Coast through the voices of AIA architects. Featured landmarks include the Bradbury Building, Horatio West Court, and Santa Monica Boulevard Retaining Wall. L.A. architecture calls.

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AIA Cities: New York City

New York City

Explore some of the city's most iconic structures. Immerse yourself in details behind the design of the Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Terminal, Radio City Music Hall, and Hearst Tower as you go sightseeing in the city that never sleeps with AIA architects as your guides.

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AIA Cities: Washington, DC

Washington, DC

View the nation's capital through a different type of lens with the help of AIA architects. Much of Washington, D.C. exudes distinctive architecture. Don't miss out on this political, cultural city's rich architectural history. The U.S. Capitol Building, Howard Theatre, WWII Memorial, and MLK Memorial are just a few captivating stories we offer.

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