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Flying Camera Sales Get Ready to Soar

AirSelfie, the first smartphone-integrated flying camera will soon be on the... More

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Lakeside Calling Card

When the Architect Is the Client, What Is the Design Expectation? More

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Up and Running: Be Smart in How You Staff

An architecture firm is only as good as its people. Here are a few tips for attracting—and retaining—the best in the business. More

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AIAPerspective: Your Home

Our history, our values. More

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Direct to Video

CRANtv and the client connection. More

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Walmart Wants To Add 3D Printing to Its Retail Empire

The world’s largest retailer is investing in 3D printing, which may be a $8.4 billion industry by 2020. More

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Architects Need to Stop the Superior Dance

We all want to see a more beautiful world before us. But architects must present a prettier face to the public if they're to be trusted with the opportunity to contribute to its improvement. More

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Keeping Your Best Customers for Life

Nearly half of all residential architects' business comes from repeat customers, so relationships with past clients shouldn't be left to chance. More

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Margin Call

Over time, Santa Barbara, Calif., -based custom builder Doug Ford built a business that reflects that philosophy, investing in the staff, infrastructure, and systems required to handle the most elaborate residential projects—and their relationship-conscious owners—as a matter of routine. More

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New Editor Touts Magazine's Fresh Start

This editor's letter introduces the new, redesigned Custom Home as a quarterly, with a hat-tip to upward-bound indices and cautious optimism and a shout-out to new departments written by the same expert hands. More

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