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For more than 150 years, AIA-member architects have worked with each other and their communities to create more valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings and cityscapes. The projects on this page are just some examples of what AIA-member architects are doing.


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Cesar Chavez Library
Location:
Laveen, Arizona
Architect:
Line and Space
Date completed:
2007
The library’s window wall provides abundant daylighting, and the
large overhang protects the building from glare and solar
heat gain. It was chosen as a 2008 COTE Top Ten Green
project. More


Heifer International
Location:
Little Rock Arkansas
Architect:
Reese Rowland, AIA
Date completed:
2006
A reclaimed wetland wraps three sides of the building, chosen
as a 2007 Top Ten Green Project. The narrow, semicircular floor
plan provides daylight and views for all employees.
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Fifth Avenue Duplex
City:
New York City
Architect:
Shelton, Mindel and Associates
Date completed:
1999
The design problem was to join two contiguous floors in a
low-ceilinged, dark prewar apartment building as well as
to provide views of Central Park. More

 



New England Farmhouse
Location:
Hancock, Maine
Architect:
Robert Knight, AIA
Date completed:
2005
The design evokes the shapes and detailing of nearby
19th-century farmhouses but with a distinctly modern treatment.
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