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From the Magazine: An architecture firm is only as good as its people. Here are a few tips for attracting—and retaining—the best in the business. [ARCHITECT]
ICYMI: BIG revealed the first renderings of a public square at London's Battersea Power Station, Miami's Institute of Contemporary Art will receive a new permanent home, and the Council on Tall Buildings uncovered data on unfinished skyscrapers.
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Video of the Day: Aerial footage of Chernobyl, Ukraine.
Five More Stories for Tuesday:
A day in the life of real estate developer Craig Robins, founder of the firm Dacra known for helping launch Art Basel-Miami Beach and Design Miami. [The Wall Street Journal]
British architect David Chipperfield, Hon. FAIA, says London's architecture lacks Berlin architecture's sense of culture. [The Guardian]
UNESCO awarded Bilbao, Curitiba, Dundee, Helsinki, and Turin Cities of Design status. [UNESCO]
Autodesk is offering a selection of its design software free to secondary and post-secondary schools worldwide. [VentureBeat]
Melissa Daniel, Assoc. AIA, a senior designer with Washington, D.C.–based Karn Charuhas Chapman & Twohey, was named as one of The Daily Record's 2014 Leading Women.
Step Up, Step Down:
New York- and Philadelphia-based firm Francis Cauffman promoted Haley Driscoll to director of healthcare interior design.
Jill Canales, 3form's SVP of design and marketing, will focus on product and brand management, and Randi Pastrovic will become the manufacturing company's director of marketing.
On Wed., Dec. 3, AIA|DC will be hosting a panel discussion on the future of architectural journalism.
Awards: Enter Now!
The AIA's COTE Top Ten and Top Ten + Awards recognize innovative projects that incorporate sustainable design strategies, while educating the profession and the public about the increased value of buildings that protect the environment. Submissions are due Jan. 26.
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Update: An original version of this article incorrectly stated that Jill Canales took over as 3form's SVP of design and marketing. We regret the error.