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Practice of Architecture | 2018/01/19

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Growing a Small Firm: Elevating the Role of Women

2013/06/05 |

AIA San Francisco and aecKnowledge are helping small firms succeed in the new economy. One of their latest sessions focuses on Elevating the Role of Women within practice.

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AIACC: “But I Still Think It’s Ugly,” Explaining Architecture to Non-Architects

2013/05/23 |

Architects make beautiful drawings, but that does not mean we are the best communicators. Tim Culvahouse, FAIA of Culvahouse Consulting has a column at AIA California Council addressing just that. His opening conversation, Divergent Mindsets, looks at the psychological difference between Architects and Non-Architects.

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Public Interest Design Launches Their Global Design 100

2013/05/17 |

Our friends over at Public Interest Design unleashed their Global Public Interest Design 100 earlier this week.

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The American Institute of Architects, Repositioned or Irrelevant

2013/05/15 |

Last year, the American Institute of Architects introduced the Repositioning the Institute Initiative. The initial year-long research effort undertaken by Laplaca Cohen was to help “us (the AIA members) hear each other better, talk more effectively with one another across generations, and, finally, communicate with our collaborators and with the public audiences we serve.”

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IDEO.org Launches Year One

2013/04/01 |

IDEO.org launched their “Year One” book, sharing the highlights from its inaugural year.

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STEAM Lab Launches in Philadelphia

2012/12/22 |

Also known as “The Department of Making + Doing,” the STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Mathematics) laboratory opened today in Philadelphia.

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Public Interest Design Reveals Their 100 In Review

2012/12/10 |

Our friends over at Public Interest Design revealed their inaugural “Public Interest Design 100” infographic on Architizer last week and have received a lot of attention.

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