Education & Meetings


Continuing Ed & Conference

  • A Hands-On Approach to Parametric Design

    On the scene in Barcelona at the seventh annual SmartGeometry Conference, where the computer wasn't always the indispensable tool and a hands-on approach to design was the order of the day.

  • At Yale, It's Back to Las Vegas

    Symposium and exhibits celebrate the legacy of the Yale Las Vegas studio and the work of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown.

  • School furniture earns Greenguard certification

    Several of Bretford Manufacturing’s classroom and office furniture has received Greenguard certification for Indoor Air Quality and for Children and Schools.

  • Converge conference tables from Gunlocke

    Integrated technology ports and troughs flush with tabletop, concealing plugs and jacks

  • Shameless Plug

    Architect lauches a new website, with project galleries, expert bloggers, free continuing ed courses, new products, and much, much more.

  • Welcome to the Hanley Wood University Continuing Education Center!

    Hanley Wood University is the premier destination for construction professionals seeking continuing education and training programs. Architects, builders, contractors, remodelers, and other professionals required to obtain credits, certifications, or training rely on Hanley Wood University for the...

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  • Is EDAC the New LEED?

    Evidence-based design gets a new cerification. Do all architects need to get it? And will it work with or against LEED?

  • Parametric Design Research Presented at SmartGeometry

    The 2009 SmartGeometry Alumni Summit and Conference offered enough brain-melting information to fill an issue of Architect, but two research projects in particular caught our eye: adaptive pneumatics and parametric design elements.

  • AIA 2009 Convention: Things to Do in San Francisco

    When not walking the floor of Moscone Center or catching up on CEUs, AIA convention attendees should enjoy some of San Francisco's many diversions.



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