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    11 forward-thinking practitioners will receive the 2011 Young Architects Award.

  • AIA Announces 2011 Fellows

    The College of Fellows welcomes 104 members of the American Institute of Architects in its 2011 class.

  • Solar Decathlon Seeking New Location

    The biennial solar-powered home competition is moving from its location on the National Mall—but to where?

  • Study Identifies Trends and Countertrends in Senior Housing

    Perkins Eastman's survey of 90 leading-edge senior living projects around the nation offers a resource for evidence-based design.

  • University Launches Architectural Conservation Degree

    The new multidisciplinary bachelor's degree program at Ottawa's Carleton University focuses on restoring heritage buildings, existing building reuse and retrofit, and new sustainable buildings.

  • AIA Bestows 2011 Professional Awards

    Gold Medal, Architecture Firm Award, Topaz Medallion, and other accolades will be handed out during the 2011 AIA National Convention.

  • Proposal That Would Penalize S Corps Dropped from Senate Bill

    A provision aimed at closing a payroll tax loophole to small business owners filing as S corporations has been eliminated from the Senate version of the "American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act."

  • Construction Products Review: Structural Insulated Panels

    Structural insulated panels (SIPs) have hovered at the far edges of the building industry for decades but have yet to make a large dent in market share. Nevertheless, builders who use these panels say they offer numerous advantages.