More stories about FAIA

  • Coming Soon in RA: Modern Prefab

    When researching a story on modern prefab (coming soon, in the Jan.-Feb. 2012 issue of residential architect) I spoke with so many interesting and intelligent people.

  • 322 Reinvented, Iowa City, Iowa

    This 1941 house, covered in standing seam metal and tongue-and-groove fir, is now open to its large site.

  • Exploring the Ecology of Regional Design in New Orleans

    The AIA 2011 Convention will use New Orleans to explore regional design.

  • India: The Next Big Market

    This country is rebuilding itself, and it needs architects.

  • Civics Lessons

    When a tornado devastated the seamier side of Nashville, AIA helped the town redefine its future.

  • The Future for Architects

    Our first and highest priority has to be getting architects back to work.

  • Q&A with Gwynne Pugh, FAIA, Leed AP

    Late in 2010, architect Gwynne Pugh left the award-winning firm he co-founded in 1991 to set out on his own, and ra recently caught up with him. Turns out, he's been busy.

  • Daniel S. Friedman

    The dean of the University of Washington's College of Built Environments and ACSA president talks about the future of the profession.

  • The Future of the Profession

    The issues of the 21st century are at their core design matters that require the core competency of architects.

  • The Multitaskers

    Architecture is more than just the design of buildings. Meet four professionals bringing design thinking to the masses.