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    To 3D or Not to 3D

    With the array of 3D printers available, and with costs ranging from $1,500 to $150,000, selecting the best model for your firm can be as time consuming as designing a building—almost.

     
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    Just Move It

    The parkour movement is becoming a design program in its own right, which has some architects—and everybody's waistlines—rejoicing.

     
  • Under Romney, "Architects Are Certain To Suffer"

    In response to their side-by-side columns debating which ticket should win architects’ support, political reporter Jamelle Bouie counters Philip Klein’s argument that the Romney/Ryan ticket is the better choice for architects.

     
  • Obamacare “Would Be Devastating for Architects”

    In response to their side-by-side columns debating which ticket should win architects’ support, political reporter Philip Klein rebuts Jamelle Bouie’s argument that the Obama/Biden ticket is the better choice for architects.

     
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    Who Should You Vote For?

    The design and construction industry has had a rough few years. Will the next four get any better? Two political reporters say that it depends on who you vote for.

     
  • Hope & Change

    The American Institute of Architects is engaging its members and the public in an important conversation about the future.

     
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    Community Builder

    Research and the public interest.

     
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    Common Ground

    Architects have to be in it to influence it.

     
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    Across the Institute

    College Park, Pittsburgh, New Brunswick, New York, Portland, Fredensborg

     
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    Well Rounded

    As hospital campuses grow, how can they simultaneously shrink their environmental footprints?

     
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    Pencils Down

    Being an engaged voter has never been easier for architects.