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The Guggenheim: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Making of the Modern Museum

The Guggenheim: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Making of the Modern MuseumThis fascinating, beautifully designed volume is the first to fully explore the process behind one of the greatest, most iconic Modern buildings in America-and the world.

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SOM: Architecture of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 1997–2008

SOM: Architecture of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 1997–2008

$60.00

Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment

Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment

$65.00

AIA Compensation Survey 2011: Full Report

AIA Compensation Survey 2011: Full Report (pdf)

$249.00

Down Detour Road

Down Detour Road

$21.95

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Tapies Condominium

Hearst Tower

Bill Bonstra, partner at Bonstra Haresign Architects, LLP, shares insights into the design of Tapies, located in the 16th Street Historic District of Northwest Washington, D.C. Hear how Bonstra created a monument to contemporary architecture in a neoclassical area.

Faces of the AIA

Jody Brown, AIA, LEED AP

Social media and architects

faceofaiaJody Brown shares his views on social media use in the architecture profession.

Craig VanDevere, AIA, NOMA

Using social media to network

faceofaiaCraig VanDevere, AIA, NOMA, uses social media to enhance his networking.

Lira Luis, AIA

Networking through Twitter chat

faceofaiaLive Twitter chats serve as one of Lira Luis's networking strategies.

Jacene England, AIA

Social media connects members

faceofaiaJacene England, AIA, uses social media to educate the public.

Thomas Hirsch, FAIA

The power of design

faceofaiaThomas Hirsch, FAIA, introduces activities that demonstrate the power of design to create postive change.

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